Candace Owens Claims Britain’s Brutal Colonization Of Africa Was A ’Good’ Thing

Candace Owens Claims Britain’s Brutal Colonization Of Africa Was A ’Good’ Thing

Controversial Republican commentator Candace Owens is making some shockingly disturbing statements on her speak present, Media Take Out has discovered. Based on Candace, the British authorities’s brutal colonization of Africa “ended up being a internet optimistic.”

She made the disgusting feedback whereas defending the royal household amid revived criticism over their position in English imperialism over the centuries.

Following the September 8 loss of life of Queen Elizabeth II, detractors have spoken out concerning the world affect of British imperialism. They’ve additionally demanded the return of “stolen” treasured jewels to former colonies. Following the “Scramble for Africa” within the Eighties, Britain got here to regulate an estimated 30 p.c of the continent’s inhabitants, and quite a lot of African kingdoms had been destroyed.

Based on estimates, the British authorities is chargeable for the brutal homicide, and torture of thousands and thousands of Black Africans. They dedicated heinous atrocities meant to terrorize the individuals and permit for management the colonies – together with burning infants, raping younger girls, and eradicating the limbs off of Africans. It was actually one of the brutal regimes in human historical past.

However Candace thinks that it was a superb factor.

“What are your ideas on the issues individuals have with the British royal household and their historical past with colonization?” a viewer requested.

Owens mentioned: “The actual fact of the rationale why individuals hate the queen has nothing to do with colonization…. Which, by the best way, simply to be clear, the Brits invading Africa truly represents—and that is going to get me in bother—but it surely was, when you take a look at how ahead it introduced the African colonies, it ended up being a internet optimistic.

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