Scientists don’t discover ‘coloniser’ gene
The elusive coloniser gene, which makes Europeans prone to taking over other people’s land and resources hasn’t been discovered. “Nobody’s even looking for it, we’re really not interested,” says Igor Blimey of the Centre for Research on Non-Whites. The gene may explain why Europeans display a tendency to use extreme violence to control other countries. “It’s true that there must be some genetic disposition in Europeans toward imperialism – packing troops into leaky sailing ships and sending the half-way around the worlds to steal other people’s land doesn’t make much sense when you’ve got plenty land of your own. Scientifically speaking, White people are a bunch of dangerous maniacs,” says Blimey.Dick ‘Chalky’ Miller of the group Honkies for Shonky Deals says the gene is a great excuse. “We can’t help ourselves, theft and murder is just part of our biology and we want that recognised in law. “The group is demanding Maori return the axes and blankets colonisers handed over in return for land. Police advise anyone owning land to keep it out of sight when people of European ethnicity are around.
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