BBC Helps ‘Black Studies’ Prof Claim the West is ‘Built on Racism’ and Call for Black ‘Revolution’ Unchallenged | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


BBC Helps ‘Black Studies’ Prof Claim the West is ‘Built on Racism’ and Call for Black ‘Revolution’ Unchallenged

BBC Newsnight has given a self-styled ‘black radical’ free rein to insist that the West is “built on racism” and black people should unite to secure reparations and stage a “revolution”.

Kehinde Andrews, who was appointed Britain’s first ever professor of ‘black studies’ at the publicly-funded Birmingham City University, was invited to the publicly-funded broadcaster’s flagship news programme to speak to Emily Maitlis about his new book, Back to Black: Retelling Black Radicalism for the 21st Century.

The academic appears to be a favourite of the media giant, having also been filmed for a BBC 3 segment in which he argued the English flag should be scrapped — in part because he believes the English were “flying this flag during the Crusades, and going around through Muslim countries trying to convert them” — just last month, and for another Newsnight segment in which he argued British sports stars should “take a knee or clench a fist” during the British national anthem” because the country’s flag represents “oppression” last October.

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