Koko the Gorilla Passes Away at 46

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
June 22, 2018

Unlike your average nigger, Koko read books and engaged in a wide variety of intellectual pursuits. 

Koko the gorilla has passed away at the age of 46. Koko will go down in history as one of the most important gorillas to ever live. She proved to the world that gorillas are more intelligent than the average nigger.

New York Post:

Koko, the thoughtful gorilla who captivated the world through her ability to use sign language and revealed an empathetic side to great apes, has died. She was 46.

The western lowland gorilla passed away in her sleep Tuesday morning at the Gorilla Foundation’s preserve in California’s Santa Cruz mountains, the foundation said.

“Koko touched the lives of millions as an ambassador for all gorillas and an icon for interspecies communication and empathy,” the foundation said on its website. “She was beloved and will be deeply missed.”

Koko was believed to have had an IQ of between 75 and 95 and could sign more than 1,000 words. The average IQ of a human is around 90 to 110. She also understood spoken English.

Even if we were to assume that Koko’s IQ was only 75, that’s still higher than the average IQ of nearly every African country.

Koko also showed compassion and befriended numerous kittens. She was even able to play musical instruments.

Her remarkable ability to sign landed her on the cover of National Geographic twice — in 1978, in a photo she took of herself in a mirror, and again in 1985, with an image of her mourning the death of one of her pet kittens.

Throughout her life, Koko adopted several felines, using sign language to give them names like All Ball, Lipstick and Smoky. She was gifted a box of kittens on her 44th birthday.

Her love of animals spawned the children’s book “Koko’s Kitten” and her own branded line of toys.

In 2012, she stunned scientists by playing wind instruments, including the recorder, harmonica and party-favor whistles — an ability that showed primates can learn to control their breathing, NPR reported. Controlled breathing was believed to be beyond their ability.

And let’s ponder this question. Are the traits shown by Koko traits that you would see from your average nigger? The answer is no. Koko was by far a much more civilized creature.

This is why so many people were angry about the death of Harambe the gorilla back in 2016. Harambe was shot dead after a little black kid fell into his enclosure (who the gorilla naively tried to help). Common sense dictates that Harambe’s life was far more valuable. Unfortunately, common sense did not win the day. For some strange reason the people at the zoo were under the misconception that a nigger’s life is more valuable than a gorilla’s. Considering what Koko has shown us, that belief is a fallacy. A gorilla’s life is definitely more valuable. It’s really sad to see how they got this backwards.

Koko will be sorely missed. She helped us come to the understanding that the average nigger is a very low IQ and dangerously savage creature. The importance of this realization can not be understated.