CBC host tells genocidal Black author that she is sorry Whites are so bad and make him fantasize about murder

CBC host blames Whites for making Black author fantasize about murdering White people

Earlier today, the Canadian Broadcast Corporation [CBC] interviewed Ben Philippe, who wrote the book “Sure, I’ll be your Black Friend.” In the book, he describes his fantasy about murdering large numbers of White people with poisonous gas. Philippe is being interviewed on the show Q with Tom Power, but a female host is interviewing him.

Philippe’s parents were born in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. He was blessed enough that his family was able to immigrate to Canada, the wealthiest country in the Western Hemisphere. Instead of growing up in abject poverty in the world’s oldest 100% Black-run nation, he grew up middle class in Montreal. He spent his youth playing Dungeons & Dragons, a game whose very name invokes images of suburban middle-class nerds.

Instead of being thankful to White Canadians, he spews vicious hatred at them. Philippe brags to the female host that the section about murdering White people was originally much longer, but the editor made him tone it down.

The female host, whose name is not listed on the CBC website, responds, “I’m a Jewish person, who has family that survived the holocaust … I wanted to say to you that I’m so sorry that your experience of the world made you feel that way and made you write that.”

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