Sunday, August 26, 2018

Tucker Carlson Tonight: Julius Malema is the leader of South Africa’s third largest political party. He’s one of the country’s most famous figures. Here’s what he said two years ago about murdering people on the basis of their skin color...


Nobody is alleging that individual farm owners in South Africa stole their land. The claim is that people who resemble them did, and that’s enough. Our elites see no problem with that standard. That should worry you, a lot. If you got mugged, how would you feel about imprisoning someone who happened to look like the mugger? How about the mugger’s children? Should they be punished too? If those sound like insane questions, that’s because they are. In the West, we punish only the guilty. We do not punish their descendants, or everyone with the same hair and eye color. For more than 200 years, pretty much everyone in America agreed on that. Now the people who run our country aren’t so sure. Increasingly they think generational guilt seems like a fine standard. So where does that end up? For a preview, let’s go back to South Africa. Julius Malema is the leader of South Africa’s third largest political party. He’s one of the country’s most famous figures. Here’s what he said two years ago about murdering people on the basis of their skin color...

-Tucker Carlson Tonight