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Rutgers Professor: “White People Are Committed to Being Villains – We Gotta Take These Motherf**kers Out”

Rutgers Professor: “White People Are Committed to Being Villains – We Gotta Take These Motherf**kers Out”

Rutgers professor Dr. Brittney Cooper slammed white people as “villains” during an interview with The Root last month.

Cooper falsely claimed that black and brown people happily co-existed and sailed around the world until whites came along and destroyed the world with violence.

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The racist professor said, “white people showed up being raggedy and violent and terrible and trying to take everything from everybody.”

“White people are committed to being villains,” Cooper said. “We gotta take these motherf**kers out, but like, we can’t say that, right?”

“I don’t believe in a project of violence. I truly don’t,” she said. “Because in the end, I think our souls suffer from that. And I do think some of this is a spiritual condition.”

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Cross-posted from Gateway Pundit

Notes from the Editor

One has to wonder – if whites said something like this about blacks, what would the reaction around the world be? And if this would be seen as racist, and it should be, then why is something racist like this woman is saying not condemned the same way?

But let’s go further; she blames everything on the whites, but the reality is whites brought democracy. They brought the industrial revolution to the world. They brought many bad things, such as slavery, then whites fought other whites over this because one side found this morally wrong. Amazing how she never admits to this; all we hear from her is her all-consuming hatred of everything white.

And she wants to take us out? Ah, in other words, the woman who tells us she is incapable of being racist is saying there should be genocide against whites; how is that not racist?

I am with Jewish blood, know what this hatred brings, what we are hearing today from the Left is no different than what was heard from Fascist Germany in the late 20s and early 30s. They too asked rhetorical questions, like, “Do you think it would be bad if we wiped out all the Jews?” She and liberals today are openly asking this question, how much will it take to push from question to action?

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If you look at books from the 1800s, they portray blacks as less than human; they say that they deserved to be enslaved, whites were saving them from themselves. Back then, the authors described blacks as unable to help themselves; they were born a certain way today. We hear the same about whites, they are guilty not for their actions but due to their chance of birth, they share shared guilt. This sure does not seem much different than what was preached in the 1800s.

Interestingly, the same party that brought about succession, slavery, the KKK, is now doing the same thing, only this time they have changed the direction of where their finger is pointing, nothing else.

If racism is going to be condemned, it has to be condemned in all its forms, or the condemnation loses its force. To say that blacks need to be taken out because of the problems they are causing this nation is equally as evil and vile as saying the same thing about whites, yet one is condemned, and the other is not.

All I can say to these haters trying to drive us to a race war is, “Be careful what you wish for; it may not turn out the way you want. When you are threatening to go to war with less than 30% of the population against what makes up 70%, you could come out not only defeated but subjugated again, or at least find relations pushed back 100 years.”

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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