Two Jews and a negro debate whether there is anything worth preserving in goy/Whitey civilisation, the record of which they call a "canon". The negro, incidentally is Kehinde Andrews, who previously described Britain's universities as "institutionally racist slave plantations" (link).
Quotes of some highlights:
Jewess: "Do you agree that somewhere we have got into this sort of canon of accumulative (sic) experience and it's just time to blow that up and start again?"
Negro: "This idea of these great white European men who've had all these discoveries, that is part of the problem. Plato builds his work from the Egyptian base of knowledge. If you look at well before the Enlightenment, Islamic scholars like Ibn Khaldun in the 12th century who were keeping knowledge, curating knowledge, taking physics so you can even have physics when Europe was in its dark ages, so this idea that there is this special European knowledge which has changed the world is in itself the problem. That is why the idea of the Enlightenment is in itself racist. That Europe is there to civilise the darker nations."
Jew (supposed to put the contrary case): I agree with much of that.
Negro: "Of course the Enlightenment was racist. It was built on the idea that there was a special knowledge from Europe."
Only a complete ignoramus could think that the Enlightenment was aimed at civilising the darker nations. The efforts at "Enlightenment" were focused on Europe. But this negro, without the most basic of clues, apparently "teaches Kant" at some forsaken university.
The negro also repeats the bogus claim much favoured by Muslims that Islamic civilisation somehow preserved "Greek knowledge" [the same knowledge that he denies exists] and passed it on to Europe which would otherwise have lost it during the "Dark Ages". This claim is false, as I've discussed several times over the years (link and link). Greek literature continued to be available in Europe during the "Dark Ages" and was also being translated then.