Resurfaced Interview Shows Ted Nugent Using N-Word, Defending Apartheid
The key takeaway is Nugent‚Äôs statement, ‚ÄúAll men are not created equal.‚ÄĚ This puts in context Nugent‚Äôs recent Tourette explosion that President Obama is a ‚Äúsub-human mongrel.‚ÄĚ His bon mos come from a 1990 interview in the Detroit Free Press.
Ted Nugent on apartheid:
‚Äú[A]partheid isn‚Äôt that cut-and-dry. All men are not created equal.‚ÄĚ
Ted Nugent on black South Africans:
‚ÄúThe preponderance of South Africa is a different breed of man. I mean that with no disrespect. I say that with great respect. I love them because I‚Äôm one of them. They are still people of the earth, but they are different. They still put bones in their noses, they still walk around naked, they wipe their butts with their hands. And when I kill an antelope for ‚Äėem, their preference is the gut pile. That‚Äôs what they fucking want to eat, the intestines. These are different people. You give ‚Äėem toothpaste, they fucking eat it‚Ä¶I hope they don‚Äôt become civilized. They‚Äôre way ahead of the game.‚ÄĚ
Ted Nugent on using the n-word:
‚ÄúI use the word nigger a lot because I hang around with a lot of niggers, and they use the word nigger, and I tend to use words that communicate‚Ä¶I don‚Äôt mean to offend. I‚Äôm a fun guy, not a sexist or racist.