Monday, May 30, 2016

A First Consideration of the Harambe Incident

Considering explanations.

The best photographic evidence of the background of the child is in this somewhat blurry picture here.  Also see this.

From what I see, one could consider possible explanations for the behavior of all involved, including why the gorilla was apparently behaving in a "protective" manner toward the invader.

Who says phenotype isn't important?

Is this unfair?  More unfair than Negroes claiming that the ape was killed to save a "White life" and folks elsewhere calling the mother "White trash?"

Whites are blamed even when all involved, the invader as well as the dead Harambe, are all "people of color."