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Obviously something went terribly wrong, and a magnificent animal is dead, and who’s at fault no doubt are the humans, and of that there’s no confusion.

From the outset there was one indisputable fact of “HOW COULD THIS HAVE HAPPENED?

Killing an endangered gorilla at a zoo for a white boy’s safety is white privilege. If the boy was black they would’ve found a tranquilizer.

— Hood Intellect (@NelsonEmpowered) May 29, 2016

There's just one tiny little issue here. The child was black. So much for the "White Privilege" theory. This is just another case of race baiters jumping to a conclusion that fits their world view.

“Harambe” was a massive silverback male gorilla, an incredible creature who lived at the Cincinnati zoo, who by all reasoned accounts should have lived out his life within his tranquil environment, in peace and in harmony with his two female mates. That, however, was not to be.

“CIVILIZATION INTRUDED” when arrogant and careless people put a child’s life at risk – and because they did –  this beautiful creature was executed.

Because of that stupidly, that carelessness, people are outraged and rightly so! No one in their right mind would want a child hurt, and therefore there was no question that “Harambe” had to be put down.

Moreover those parents need to be vigorously questioned as how their 4-year old son ended up in a moat, facing off with a 400 pound gorilla.

The noise apparently taking place on social media by some within the African-American community that the universal outrage taking place, is somehow due to “white privilege” rather then careless and irresponsible parents who apparently allowed their child to crawl off into a gorilla’s pen, is the distraction of race baiting hustlers attempting to change the subject.

The parents' negligence is the real and perhaps uncomfortable issue.

However the carelessness doesn’t end with these parents, but rather with zoo officials who apparently didn’t do their due-diligence in securing Harambe’s habitat that allowed this tragedy to unfold.

The surreal video footage captures Haramble sitting in the pond holding onto the child, seemingly attempting to protect him, and then suddenly dragging the child through the water.

Obviously protecting the life of the child was paramount, and although Haramble seemed calm, he could have easily killed the child with one quick blow, therefore zoo officials had no choice but to take Haramble down.

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