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Chinese Man Called “Lu Ke” Makes Racist Videos Of African Children And Sells Them In China

Chinese Man Called “Lu Ke” Makes Racist Videos Of African Children And Sells Them In China

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Lu Ke, a racist Chinese guy, admits to making a film in which Malawi children were encouraged to shout “I am a black monster with a low IQ.”

According to a BBC investigation, Lu Ke is the individual behind the film that sparked worldwide anger when it was posted on Chinese social media in 2020.

In the video, a man off-screen instructs ecstatic children wearing similar shirts to recite Chinese phrases. “I am a black monster with a low IQ,” the children chant.

According to reports, Chinese people in Africa are making recordings of such acts and selling them on social media to other Chinese people.

Several recordings involving the same youngsters were examined by BBC Africa Eye reporter Runako Celina, who discovered that some of the footage was recorded in Njewa, a trading center just outside of Lilongwe’s city.

The BBC discovered Lu Ke, who is known by the community as Susu, which means uncle in Chinese, and who pays the youngsters half a dollar a day to appear in his videos, in which he has them sing, dance, or chant in Chinese. He’d then sell the videos in China to other Chinese nationals.

The BBC eye Africa reporters also visited Kamwendo Village in Mchinji, where a Chinese guy had spent several years filming children.

According to a six-year-old boy named Bright, whose videos have gone viral on Chinese social media, he said Lu Ke used violence to force them to utter the things he wanted.

“He used to pinch us or whip us with a stick when we did something,” Bright said.

The Chinese man, Susu was examined by the investigative journalists with the assistance of another Chinese man, Paul, who pretended to be a video buyer and admitted to producing the “low IQ” film.

“Yes, this was mine,” Lu Ke stated when shown the video. However, he instantly withdrew his statement, claiming that his friend was the one who made the video.

Lu Ke also instructed Paul not to feel sorry for black people, stating that this is “how they should be treated.”

Lu Ke denied making the racist films and beating the children when challenged by BBC reporters, although he did say that he made the videos to promote Chinese culture.

One of the parents of the children who starred in the racist film spoke to the BBC about their concerns about the Chinese man’s behavior and urged that he be ejected from the neighbourhood.

The Chinese Embassy in Malawi, in response to the viral story, stated that they abhor racism, but the video was shot in 2020.

“The Embassy noted with great concern the video Racism for Sale. We strongly condemn racism in any form, by anyone or happening anywhere. We also noted that the video was shot in 2020. It shall be stressed that Chinese government has zero tolerance for racism.”

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