Apr 28, 2015

Blacks Applaud Appalachia State University’s Continuing its Course 'The Problem of Blackness'

via White GeNOcide Project

Black students also spoke contemptuously of the two Black advocacy groups whose ignorance and racism led them to mount a hateful protest that claimed that the course “The Problem of Blackness” was “anti-Black.” In regard to Professor Bebout’s choosing as his course’s title “The problem of Blackness,” ASU President Michael Crow responded, “The professor was not attempting to be derogatory toward any group or any race.”
All of the above is accurate if you replace the words “Black” and “Blackness” with “White” and “Whiteness.”
What actually happened is that President Crow announced that the course “The Problem of Whiteness” will be continued, saying, “(The) course looked like a pretty good critical thinking course to me…It’s looking at a very important thing, how have we ended up with — in the country — the notion of race as such a strong and powerful social construct, not actually based in biology.”

ASU President Michael Crow takes stance on controversy surrounding “Problem of Whiteness” course – The State Press

So, reader, why is that what actually happened, instead of some scenario like the imagined one in this present article’s title and first paragraph?

It’s because anti-whites only teach Whites to believe things that are silly.

The most important silliness that our anti-white schools teach Whites is that although massive immigration and forced assimilation is genocide in Tibet, massive immigration and forced assimilation in White countries is “diversity.”

Diversity is a code word for White Genocide.

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