Connecticut College Professor Calls for Death of White People
What's black, bitter, and never sweet, even with sugar? Coffee. You thought I was going to say, "Black Lives Matter." Racist bigot. You must be white (see IT’S OVER: Violent Black Lives Matter Receives ‘Global Peace Prize’… and WATCH: Bimbo Katy Perry Confesses ‘Cultural Appropriation’ Sins to Black Lives Matter Hero Deray). According to a professor at Trinity College in Connecticut, white people deserve to die. Slowly and painfully. Drowning in SJW tears, impaled by a drag queen's stiletto, and choking on a feminist's p***y hat. Whatever it takes.
Two days prior, Williams had shared a Medium article titled “Let Them Fucking Die” in which the anonymous author suggests that “bigots,” such as those numbered among the victims of the congressional shooting, should be left for dead.
“What does it mean, in general, when victims of bigotry save the lives of bigots?” the author begins by asking, later saying that his black peers “imagine...that by becoming a shining example of this ‘righteous’ behavior, we might, somehow, guide these cannibals into becoming upright beings capable of following the very rules they enforce upon us.”
“If you see them drowning. If you see them in a burning building. If they are bleeding out in an emergency room. If the ground is crumbling beneath them. If they are in a park and they turn their weapons on each other: do nothing,” the article instructs readers.
According to this professor, if you're a first responder, doctor or nurse, your job is to make sure white people die. Because they're white. If they are colored, they live. Double standards sprinkle Professor William's posts like Tess Holliday sprinkles parmesan on her pizza: excessively. But now I'm hungry.
The quickest way to determine if something is racist is to replace "whiteness" with "blackness." Go back and reread the professor's posts. He's a racist turd with an axe to grind against anyone he deems unfit to live.
But conservatives are literally Hitler. Fun times.
There's always been divisiveness in political discourse. During the election, I frequently referred to Madam Cankles as some kind of messenger demon for Satan himself. It was hyperbole. But I never once called upon true believers to run a sharp object through her blackened heart to free our world from the shadow of evil. If I had, I would've been fired and rightfully investigated by Secret Service.
This professor is writing about "whiteness" with all sincerity. Based upon actions from tolerant liberals, we know they think of their opposition (us) as actual nazis. So while I referred to Hillary's minions as flying she-monkeys (not real), the left is referring to the right as actual villains: nazis and white supremacists.
Is this professor free to say whatever he wants? Yes. But he's not free to act upon it, or incite others to act violently. That's where the problem lies.
Co-written by Courtney Kirchoff and Nichole Cooper