As many of you know I spent a fair amount of time working in Africa, an experience which my wife claims transformed me from a liberal to a Nazi. Being in the technology field my interactions were largely with 'the best and the brightest' that those countries offered.
Remarkably these people, though dispersed from South Africa to Ivory Coast, all demonstrated a number of common characteristics, characteristics which they even share with black 'intellectuals' in the West such as Michael Eric Dyson. This interview between JF Gariepy and the son of an Ethiopian immigrant to America provides a perfect illustration.
An attitude of supreme (but totally unjustified) narcissistic confidence. Loud, assertive and patronising. Whether this is just posturing or whether they actually realise their inadequacies is unclear but the spurious confidence probably derives from being unused to questioning from their less intelligent fellow blacks and White libtards. In the land of the blind the one-eyed man is king and all that.
An inability to process a logical and coherent argument. Similarly they're unable to anticipate when they're painting themselves into a corner, when an averagely intelligent White person could see it coming a mile off. And they never prepare adequately....which probably derives from their narcissism and delusional confidence. For instance Nimrod talks down to JP on the issue of eugenics only to discover that it's a field in which the latter is an acknowledged expert.
Their apparent expertise is skin deep. Always. Despite the confident assertions their expertise quickly dissolves in the face of informed counter-arguments. I've seen this so many times. It seems - truly - that blacks are unable to build deep expertise in any subject.
Rhetorical devices which they wield as required to get themselves out of a corner and/or to put down their opponent. These include constant interruptions, throwing out 'big words' to make themselves appear intelligent, snickering, dismissing semantic consistency as 'word magic', and saying 'I don't even know what you're arguing' or 'hey, that was funny' or 'it's called xxx. Do you know what xyz is? Look it up'. For the record, we could make some use of these devices ourselves.
On a closing note I see that despite the firestorm that followed Trump's 'go back to where you came from' suggestion his popularity has actually gone up among Republicans (and I imagine a lot of White Democrats as well).
Source: The Irish Savant