If you think Trevor Noah chopped racists in the UK because their reaction to Rishi Sunak becoming UK Prime Minister was monumental, hold your breath. The Daily Show has now tweeted a video Between The Scenes in which the popular TV presenter’s racists get better.
In the video, Noah is seen interacting with the audience following the backlash to the Indian-origin Sunak entrance at 10 Downing Street. The backlash, he said, has been “one of the more telling things about how people view their or their people’s role in history”. “You hear a lot of people saying, ‘they’re taking over, the Indians are going to take over the UK and what’s next. I always find myself going’, so what?'” he said.
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“Why are you so scared? I think it’s because of the quiet part that a lot of people don’t realize they’re saying is ‘we don’t want formerly oppressed people to come to power because they might harm them. me, said Noah.
He said: “Going to all the places where the British rule, to South Africa, unless people are delusional, people won’t turn their backs on anyone. It’s not like when Barack Obama became President. , he’s like that”. Okay, where are the whites, time to show you all what’s going on’. Didn’t happen. “
To those who were frustrated by the Indian-born Rishi Sunak becoming Prime Minister, Noah said, “King Charles is still the King of Jamaica. Come to think of it for a moment, he is still considered (King of Jamaica). “
The TV presenter said: “It’s amazing that when people say the quiet part, you reveal yourself.”
“Why are you afraid of power transitioning to another gender or another race? Ask yourself that question because deep down inside you’ll find yourself acknowledging something that you wouldn’t have admitted to before. language,” he added.
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