CALLER: Question -- If white culture values are bad, how does the African-American History Museum suggest we live our lives? Do they offer any suggestions for what we should do otherwise?
SEBASTIAN GORKA (HOST): Good question. No, no, no -- you have to kneel down, okay, and you have to flagellate yourself. You have to whip yourself, okay? It's just -- it's just that whiteness is bad, Dave, don't you understand? Whiteness is bad.
CALLER: I have a hard time understanding that.
GORKA: I mean, because -- what has whiteness brought us? What has western civilization brought us?
CALLER: Best country in the world.
GORKA: Yes, and when you look at the western civilization, when you look at representative democracy, you look at rule of law, you look at equality before the law, you look at equality of the sexes.
Or, we could go to the African subcontinent and have female genital mutilation be a part of their local culture, or we could have slave markets in Libya. I guess -- maybe, Dave, maybe that's what they're talking about. Maybe we should follow the slave markets of Libya, as opposed to the inherent whiteness of our civilization.
GORKA: You asked the right question. If whiteness is bad, then what do we replace it with?
If we have to replace it with, I don't know, blackness or yellowness, what does that mean?
Does it mean that some cultures are better than others? Oops -- I thought we weren't allowed to say that.