The BBC has produced and aired a “take” by trans model Munroe Bergdorf, in which white people are excoriated as inherently racist and “the most violent and oppressive force of nature on earth”.
Bergdorf, who was previously given a platform by the BBC when cosmetics firm L’Oreal sacked them for similar racist comments, was speaking on the October 12th edition of the BBC This Week current affairs programme.
Arab Muslim slavers in North Africa, who had enslaved white Europeans and black Africans for centuries, were forced to curb their practices after the intervention of the Royal Navy, and British Christian missionaries like Dr. David Livingstone and Dr. John Kirk worked tirelessly to put an end to the related East African slave trade.
“The uncomfortable truth is that the white race is the most violent and oppressive force of nature on earth,” the model concluded.
The police arrest hundreds of people for similar comments about non-white people every year, and encourage the public to report them through its online hate crime portal.
— BBC This Week (@bbcthisweek) October 12, 2017