Evolutionist Claims That Comparing Blacks To Apes Is Not Derogatory
Professor Chuck D. Arwin is speaking out in the wake of the latest racial controversy regarding Roseanne Barr. Earlier this week Roseanne Barr came under serious criticism and claims of racism after saying that an African-American member of the Obama administration was the product of a relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and The Planet Of The Apes.
Prof. Arwin is over the evolutionary sciences division at Boredreaux University in Detroit, Michigan. He is astounded that anyone could consider it racism to compare a human to one of our revered ancestors. "We are all connected. We have been teaching our children in grade school that humans are animals for decades. We have been teaching them that we 'descended from monkeys'... who came from Africa. Now we turn our back on them and consider it degrading to say that some of our species are closely aligned with those revered ancestors. It is appalling."
The gap between the progressive movement and modern science is becoming wider than the gap between Dryopithecus and Cro-Magnon Man. "It's a real shame," says Arwin. "I'm always flattered when someone notices that I carry a resemblance to my forebears. If what we say about evolution is true, and apes are our ancestors, why would it be offensive to suggest that we look like apes?"