Black professors remain under university protectorate for racism against whites while whites fired after nonracist words
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Black professors remain under university protectorate for racism against whites while whites fired after nonracist words


Since the war for the Black Supremacism has already spread across the ocean and protests are not only in the United States, the total denial that the black radical part of the activists has turned into a caste of untouchables is a long-held fact.

The most high-profile and demonstrative cases occurred in the midst of riots in the United States, when Harvard professor Cornel West allowed himself to say “Then check yourself, negro!” during an interview on television, and just because he is African American, none of the university management even dared to think about dismissing West.

Another professor from the University of Georgia, in social media openly shared his extremist views on society, declaring that “white people may have to die for black communities”. And if the overwhelming majority of sane people seemed like a call to violence, at the moment the author of these words, Irami Osei-Frampong not only retained his position, but also gained popularity.

In comparison, a white member of the Board of Governors of UBC, Michael Korenberg, was forced to leave his post because of “likes” under the tweets of the US president. In an official statement, Korenberg apologized for supporting Trump and the BLM movement at the same time.

Continuing the topic of white oppression, Cambridge University defended his professor, a black professor, despite tweets with very racist content.

“White lives don’t matter,” “abolish whiteness” and “I’ll say it again. White Lives Don’t matter,” Dr Priyamvada Gopal tweeted.


To understand how “tolerance” has turned into an anti-white agenda, you just have to look at the official statement of the university, which not only encourages “to express their own lawful opinions,” but does not even initiate checking or internal investigation.

“The University defends the right of its academics to express their own lawful opinions which others might find controversial and deplores in the strongest terms abuse and personal attacks. These attacks are totally unacceptable and must cease,” said the statement.


Nevertheless, contrary to the absurdity of the university, a sensible society has created a petition calling for the dismissal of the black racist professor.

Image: Global Look Press / PPI / Keystone Press Agency / Prt Scr / @PriyamvadaGopal

Author: Usa Really