Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, June 30, 2021
The 2011 documentary Empire of Dust follows Lao Yang, a Chinese Railway Engineering Company employee stationed in the Congo. The movie is a comedy of errors, verging on the absurd, as Mr. Yang can’t find Africans capable of doing anything right. Everything that can go wrong goes wrong, because of corruption, stupidity, misunderstanding, or some combination. At one point, Mr. Yang laments: “It’s all so tiresome.”
That’s a common reaction to videos of black misbehavior shared on social media. Here’s one from May 2020 when blacks in Santa Monica, California who discovered that an Amazon van has been left unlocked.
Forgot to lock the Amazon van oops. pic.twitter.com/MUX8Fm5vaQ
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Here’s another video. It is from somewhere in Europe, and was shared by Dominik Tarczyński, a conservative member of the European Parliament from Poland.
— Dominik Tarczyński MEP (@D_Tarczynski) June 26, 2021