Colonialism 12

The coloniser, who in order to ease his conscience gets into the habit of seeing the other man as an animal, accustoms himself to treating him like an animal, and tends objectively to transform himself into an animal. (…) They talk to me about progress, achievements, diseases cured, improved standards of living. I am talking about (…) development oriented solely toward the benefit of the metropolitan countries, about the looting of products, the looting of raw materials. They talk to me about civilisation. I talk about proletarianisation and mystification.