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Et Tu, Tutu?

I usually avoid commenting on the disaster that racial preferences have been in other countries, since it’s so obvious and since Thomas Sowell has written so definitively on this topic. But I can’t resist noting this news item today, given the prominence of the particular critic:

[Archbishop Emeritus Desmond] Tutu said rampant corruption and crime in the country was ‘horrible,’ and added that affirmative action had been poorly applied and had resulted in the appointment of inefficient and incompetent people occupying jobs they did not deserve.

However, rugby and cricket helped in uniting the nation, he said.

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