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Nov 23 2023

BBC Denounces Medieval Plague as Racist

Every sector of society is now devoted to fabricating racism — even archeology, which has been enlisted to prove that the Plague discriminated against black women:

Black women of African descent were more likely to die of the medieval plague in London, academics at the Museum of London have found.

That must be why they called it the Black Death.

Data on bone and dental changes of the 145 individuals from East Smithfield emergency plague cemetery, St Mary Graces and St Mary Spital formed the basis of the study.

This primary data was then examined by applying a forensic anthropological toolkit to estimate whether the bones were likely to have come from someone with African heritage.

I could have spared the experts the trouble by reminding them that anyone buried in London in the 1300s was almost certainly not of African heritage.

Nonetheless, the study managed to reach its intended conclusion:

It found there were significantly higher proportions of people of colour and those of Black African descent in plague burials compared to non-plague burials.

We are told to believe that 18.4% of the plague burials were blacks. In 14th century England.

The research concluded that higher death rates amongst people of colour and those of black African descent was a result of the “devastating effects” of “premodern structural racism” in the medieval world.

The story is ludicrous even by BBC standards. But it must be admitted that there were black women in England long before welfare colonists started pouring in over the past few generations. Anne Boleyn was now black.

On a tip from Franco.


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