Leftist Students Harass White Students with So Much Racism You'll Want to Defund College
College sure has gotten insane in the past twenty years. It was not the cesspit it is now when I walked through the halls of higher learning all the way back in 2002-2005. The video below was taken, on purpose, by the same student of color who harassed two young white dudes just sitting to study while being white. That was the crux of their crime. Well, that and daring to have a pro-police sticker on a laptop. We all know how stickers are violence. The video wasn't posed by the same person, it was obviously sourced somewhere and posted by a third party. Still. This level derangement has to be seen to be believed.
Karens freak out over police lives matter sticker ( Arizona State University) youtu.be
Boiling this down to the most basic of elements, the ASU students who filmed this video want segregation. They want a space away from white men specifically. Or at least white men with pro-police stickers on their laptops. For now. They might add to the list later.
If there's a sign or a rule anywhere for this designated space to omit people based on their skin color, that's racism. It doesn't actually matter what the skin color not permitted is. Racism is based on skin color. How is it that I have to explain this in 2021?
One thing I do appreciate is how the masked student filmmaker admitted multiculturalism isn't about all cultures coming together, it's about protecting certain classes of people. According to her. I'll agree on the first point, multiculturalism isn't about unification, it's about segregation and division. Two ideas she reinforced when she bullied the two white men out of the space.
Furthermore, if you're feeling threatened, the reaction to the fear isn't to attack. It's like when leftists harass legal gun owners saying they're feeling threatened. Obviously not, or they wouldn't actively and brazenly attack a gun-owner who, at any time, could end their life with a trigger pull. They're not afraid the gun owner will pull the trigger, so they harass. Similarly with the situation above, the masked student filmmaker didn't feel threatened at all. She felt empowered as a bully often does. She felt like she had the upper hand because she knows that right now, "white men" are lower on the social justice totem pole.
There used to be a time when the dream was all people to come together regardless of skin tone. I guess that's an antiquated notion now for certain factions of the left. Unity was a nice idea while it lasted.
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