DJ Paul Elstak cherishes no resentment against Dutch slave owners
April 16, 2019 08:37
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The ancestors of Paul Elstak, better known with the addition of DJ to his name, his slaves. But the 53-year-old artist takes on the Dutch in question is nothing amiss.
“I think that’s the same as people who are still angry at the Germans. No one is responsible for his ancestors, not even for what his own father has done,” says She in the series of Robert Vuijsje says in the Volkskrant.
Elstak, the son of a half-Surinamese, quarter Indonesian, quarter Chinese father and a half-German and half-Lithuanian mother, will not be able to if people their unemployment due to the slavery to disclaim: “I think That’s weak. Get over it. You just need to make sure that you are working, just like everyone else.”