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A Nigerian novelist told a white, American magazine editor that he did not get to “define what racism is” when the two got into a heated row over Donald Trump’s rhetoric during his presidential campaign.On Friday’s BBC Newsnight programme Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie told Robert Emmett Tyrrell, editor-in-chief of The American Spectator, that racism is an “objective reality” which the president-elect has “inhabited”."Remember the former things of old, for I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like Me, declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times things that are not yet done,...."God's path of time extends from the beginning (eternity past) to forever and ever (eternity future).You occupy a miniscule speck of time and space on this path.
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Tyrrell retorted: “Do you know of the false consciousness which is a theory you are talking about is a Marxist concept? I can’t even open my mouth here because I am a white male.” Adichie said: “No, of course you can.
I am just saying to you that Donald Trump has shown us and has said things that are objectively racist.” When Tyrrell asked what Trump had said that is racist, Adichie replied: “If he says to us, for example, that a judge - a United States judge - is unable to judge him fairly because he is Mexican, that is racist - objectively racist.” Thanks and praises to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.