I hear the Black community’s call for an apology for slavery. I hear that.
I hear them very well. Black people who were never slaves are asking Whites who were never slave owners to apologize for slavery, for crimes that their ancestors may or may not have committed.
I hear that.
I hear very well that the Black community is defending the idea of collective guilt.
Let’s talk about collective guilt, shall we?
I ask that Black people apologize for:
- Sarah Halimi, the French jewish retired schoolteacher who was murdered by a black man, Kobili Traoré, in April 2017.
- Ilan Halimi, kidnapped, tortured and murdered by a black man, Youssouf Fofana in 2006.
- Amedy Coulibaly, a black man, who murdered four Jews in a kosher grocery store in Vincennes near Paris in January 2015. Yohan Cohen, 20, Yoav Hattab, 21, François Michel Saada, 64, and Philippe Braham, 45, lost their lives. Patrice Oualid, the store manager who managed to escape was injured.
On your knees please, and apologize to the Jews. On your knees please, to apologize to me.
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