Adopting African babies
Adopting African babies is a fad started in the late 20th century. It is fad full of white guilt and ethno-masochism. The webcomic Billy The Heretic even has its premise that a family tried to adopt an African baby but they accidentally adopted a white orphan from Africa rather than a black African.
The ultimate expression of white guilt is making sure not to breed and instead adopting a niglet from Africa where the negroes breed like rats and due to white man's vaccines, there's nothing to keep the population in check. Often the adopted niglet is from a country like Zimbabwe where they regularly genocide white people and the negro baby is a spawn of one of the murderers of whites.
To the leftists' surprise, their adopted niglet is hard to raise. Mothers such as Stacey Conner of Spokane, Washington have even returned them because they are unable to bond with them. Stacey had previously volunteered in an orphanage in Haiti, caring for the descendants of those who brutally genocided all the white people on the island in 1804. Despite her practice in the orphanage, her experience with her adopted male niglet was, “But if I said ‘It’s time to go’ or anything that asserted I was in control, he’d rage, bang and scream for hours.” The niglet also would regularly chimp out, attacking his mom and siblings.
This brief quote says it best:
The top countries adopting African babies are the USA and France. Many times the adopted niglet was abandoned by its parents shortly after birth. Caring for such spawn produces a dysgenic trend because it circulates into the gene pool the genes to not care about one's offspring. In nature, Eurasians evolved the ability to care for their children because those who didn't failed to have offspring survive.
Evangelicals have topped even Jake Rapp as the biggest cuckolds of all time. Aaron Halbert is white and his wife is too. The couple adopted two black children. Then later in 2015, the couple agreed for the wife to be implanted with three negro embryos and had triplets.