That's one way to save time.
Read this article whose writer openly admits receiving bad grades at school and slacking off in work on top of making a petty revenge review of a book without having read more than the sample. This writer's former teacher had to suffer through that sort of schoolwork over however long that class lasted, and the writer doesn't bother to return the courtesy by using a fully informed opinion in this article. It's more egregious when this author doesn’t have to search for supporting information, since where else does one get the sample if not from the page on which the book is sold?
I hope it's understandable that I clearly won't be following this voting example. (Or settling for this one.)
Also, I'll just leave these bits of fraudulent behavior here for comparison...
"Some White colonizers "adopted" Black children. They "civilized" these "savage" children in the "superior" ways of White people, while using them as props in their lifelong pictures of denial, while cutting the biological parents of these children out of the picture of humanity."
Oh, you mean like The Material Girl, the woman from Monster, and Lara Croft?
I initially passed this off as some trashy bot-based social media nonsense from a compilation on a partisan feed. Turns out it's trashy higher-ed social media nonsense from a news article and a partisan feed. Congratulations on messing with someone else's kids, providing a quote that's as easy to counter as the 熊, and another reason to question that sort of judgment.