Apr 28, 2011

Racism, Guilt and Self-Deceit, by Gedaliah Braun

The author of this book, Dr Gedaliah Braun, is a Liberal American Academic who came to Africa in 1975. He travelled, lived and lectured in Philosophy at universities in Africa. He now lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. This is what he learned during that time from his many discussions with Black people across the continent. This book is unique in its subject matter and its message. It will shock many people both inside and outside Africa.
  • Is it bad to say that whites are (generally) cleverer than blacks?
  • Are blacks offended by such a suggestion?
  • Do South African blacks really want black rule?
  • Is it racist – and bad – to not want your neighbourhood (or school) to become black?
  • Have you ever asked a black man any of these things? If not, why not?
  • Why do whites feel guilty about all of this?
  • Why are these questions never asked?
If you are at all concerned with Race and Race Relations, you will want to read this provocative and eye-opening book!!

Click here for an in-depth review of the book on the pages of American Renaissance.