Blacks Go Wild When TV Show Reveals “Whitewashed” Bust of Queen Nefertiti

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
February 8, 2018

Black History Month is in full swing, folks!

This is a time when all of us celebrate the phenomenal achievements of the African race, which include – but are definitely not limited to – peanut butter, Super Soakers and the role of Morpheus in The Matrix.

Unfortunately, not everyone is as supportive of Black History Month as the staff at the Daily Stormer.

It looks as though a bunch of closeted Trump supporters on NBC’s Today Show recently decided to whip the feelings of blacks by revealing that Queen Nefertiti, the famous ruler of ancient Egypt, was…

Well…. maybe not entirely white…

But you know… huwhite.

Not a nigger, anyway.

NotNewHipHop:

During yesterday’s TODAY Show, a reconstruction of Queen Nefertiti decked in her traditional royal regalia was revealed. A team of historians, artists and other professionals, led by Expedition Unknown’s Josh Gates, painstakingly worked on the portrait bust in order to ensure its accuracy. However, the final product has left many people dumbfounded with one very peculiar choice; the colour of Nefertiti’s skin.

Queen Nefertiti was once the queen of Egypt, and mother to the legendary King Tut. She would have had a noticeably dark skin tone similar to residents of the African empire. In the reconstruction, Nefertiti appears to be slightly sun-kissed, and is rendered with an uncharacteristically rosy pout.

The general consensus when describing the physical appearance of an Egyptian queen would be that she would have had brown skin that did not look like a tan acquired on a vacation in the tropics.

After the bust’s grand reveal, people took to Twitter to express their outrage or utter confusion at what they had just seen.

Uh-oh. Black meltdown in 3… 2… 1…

I’m not an expert on ancient history, but I’m pretty sure that even my 8-year-old dog, who still hasn’t figured out that the reflection in the mirror is actually him, knows that the rulers of ancient Egypt weren’t moon crickets from darkest Africa.

Even if you overlook the fact that all reliable historical depictions of Queen Nefertiti exhibit light skin and Caucasoid features, we still have Occam’s Razor to contend with: would a low IQ race that never invented the wheel have ruled over the most advanced and prosperous kingdom on the continent?

Or would they have been the servants of whites and higher-caste Arabs, used for menial labor and other unpleasant tasks?

‘Nuff said.

Nonetheless, we shouldn’t discourage blacks from believing that they wuz queenz ‘n’ kangz. This year’s aggressive surge in black revisionism, coupled with the hype for the upcoming Black Panther movie, has really caused #Blaxit to take off on social media.

And if there’s one thing that we White Supremacists should be promoting on social media with our black Twitter accounts, it’s Blaxit.

Gogogogogogo! Let’s get these stupid apes out of America!