Videos: Cannibalism in Post-Colonial Africa

by Hadding Scott

IN THE 19th century under White colonial rule, cannibalism fell into disuse, but since the mid-20th century, following the retreat of the White man from Africa, the Negro has been returning to his old patterns.

African cannibalism seems to fall into three categories that I have noticed:

(1) Cannibalism in war — “Anybody who is your enemy, you can eat him,” says a young Liberian;

(2) Use of body parts (especially from albinos) in “traditional medicine”;

(3) Eating of Pygmies because Negroes consider them subhuman.

Eating of enemies in Liberia. (Begins at 3:00.)

“Traditional medicine” in South Africa.

The danger of being an albino in Africa.

* * *

Source: National-Socialist Worldview

Previous post

Trump Administration Intervenes to Support Orthodox Jewish Takeover of NJ Towns

Next post

Forza Nuova Demands Freedom For Luca Traini

1 Comment

  1. A Swedish Man
    5 July, 2018 at 3:03 pm — Reply

    There was a video on the subject posted on Liveleak recently, showing negroes in Nigeria cooking a racial kinsman.

    It is naturally a gruesome video, so be aware of that before watching. The only proof of White mens attempt to civilize them are the metal kettle, modern clothes and the cell phone someone is filming with. But they are still the savages they have always been.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Slander, crude language, incivility, off-topic drift, or remarks that might harm National Vanguard or its users may be edited or deleted, even if unintentional. Comments may be edited for clarity or usage.