Anti White CBC features Ben Philippe, a fragile black man with an inferiority complex who writes about blowing up and gassing white people during a ‘race war’
The CBC invited an author who wrote about “detonating” white people, while “the exits are locked and the air vents [are] filled with gas” to be interviewed on their flagship arts program.
Ben Philippe, a fragile black man with an inferiority complex appeared on Q where he discussed his newest book and racial issues in North America, talked about documenting the experience of being the token Black friend in his new collection of essays, Sure, I’ll Be Your Black Friend: Notes from the Other Side of the Fist Bump.
During this program, an excerpt from his book was read where he considered what his actions would be in a race war.
“When this race war hits its crescendo. I’ll gather you all into a beautifully decorated room under the pretense of unity. I’ll give a speech to civility and all the good times we share; I’ll smile as we raise glasses to your good, white health, while the detonator blinks under the table, knowing the exits are locked and the air vents filled with gas.”
After the host read this passage aloud, she responded by saying: “I mean that’s… I’m a Jewish person, and my grandparents survived the holocaust. I can’t tell you how it felt to read that sentiment, and I wanted to say to you that I’m so sorry that your experience of the world made you feel that way.”