To slightly misquote the great Thomas Sowell: "What precisely is your 'fair share' of another peoples' history". This question must be asked relentlessly of those that insist it is unfair for the members of a population influx into Europe dating back to the 1960's to not be represented in the history of their new nation. That it is only fair and appropriate for politically correct amends to be made for them to feel included.
To the pictures and videos of historical European peoples (like the Picts above) in which black African faces will increasingly emerge (in the retrospective application of diversity quotas to the history of European peoples spearheaded first by the BBC), the patent absurdity of these cases must held on displayed. This is largely to show European peoples that they aren't some transcendent principles to be universalized to the benefit of all races, ethnicities, and peoples (the European assumption that they are unique in this way likely the tail end of the mother of all racial superiority complexes), but are a race and ethnicities themselves and have very right to think of themselves as such, as does the rest of humanity. This includes having an exclusive identity that, at the very least, retains the ancestral history of that people for there descendents.
Methods for displaying to Europeans how absurd their willingness to universalize themselves out of existence truly is, may include replacing figures in depictions of Zulu warriors, or other black African tribes, with white men. Or by replacing Japanese Samurai with black men. It is only when they see what such absurdity looks when applied to a people who are not beholden to an arrogant-guilt god complex, that white Westerners' own such lens may removed, and self awareness may start to emerge.
The only hope of reversing this tide before the tens of thousands of years of European history, perhaps, is permanently reshapen by the ministry of truth of but a single generation, is with memetic warfare.
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