A week or so ago there was a lot of controversy on social media about a new range of clothes for children by the clothing giant H&M. This was because one of the items featured the slogan "The Coolest Monkey in the Jungle." 

This was obviously an innocent reference to how naughty little boys can be. But, unfortunately, in the advertising pictures that were released, the item in question was modelled by a young Black boy. No doubt the people in charge of the project were so progressive and post-racial that they didn't even realise what a "shithole" they were lowering themselves into by this naive action. 

It wasn't long before they were inundated by a tsunami of "racism" accusations, leading to the usual desperate corporate damage control of abject cucking and apologising.

Now Black Marxists in South Africa have taken things to the next stage, launching a series of protests against what they claim is a negative stereotype that unfairly maligns Black people. 

Unfortunately for the "Black people" brand, the protests, organised by the Economic Freedom Fighters led by the anti-White racist Julius Malema, have involved a lot of trashing, looting, and vandalising of H&M stores, with plenty of whooping, hollering, and general "chimping out."

Hopefully these noble actions will convince everybody that there is absolutely no connection whatsoever between apes and Black people. 

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  1. If I was a chimp I'd be chimping out about such a comparison.

  2. Yip, we have to live with this more than often