Fanon's view towards the bourgeois ideology in the colonial countries is critical to say the least. In this view, the bourgeois all but pillage and rape the countries that they take advantage from. He believes that the capitalist system is at fault. It churns out the need to exploit third world countries for their diamonds and any precious commodity that it might hold dear. The more that is stolen from the countries the more profit, and the more profit, the more that needs to be taken.
There is a comparison drawn between Europe at the end of the third World War with regards to Germany and colonialist countries. He brings up the fact that at the end of the world war, the countries that had been devastated demanded penance for what they had lost. This offer has never been made to the third world countries which are used for capitalist's own personal gain.
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