Columbia Protest Leader Says 'Zionists Don't Deserve to Live' In Live-streamed School Meeting

Brittany M. Hughes | April 26, 2024

In an unhinged and shockingly honest video, rising Columbia senior Khymani James, one of the leaders of the unauthorized protest encampment current set up on the school’s lawn, admitted he believes that pro-Israel supporters don’t deserve to live before saying he “hopes” he doesn’t have to murder any of them - but suggests he will if necessary.

Oh, and he also uses “he/she/they pronouns,” in case you’re wondering what IQ level we’re working with here.

“I think that taking someone’s life in certain case scenarios is necessary and better for the overall world. I personally have never killed anyone. Thank the lord that no one has put me in that position,” James says in the video, which is from a live-streamed meeting with Columbia’s Center for Student Success and Intervention that took place back in January.

“These were masters who were white supremacists. What is a Zionist? A white supremacist. So let’s be very clear here, I’m not saying that I’m going to go out and start killing Zionists. 

“What I am saying is that if an individual who identifies as a Zionist threatens my physical safety in person, i.e., puts their hands on me, I am going to defend myself and in that case scenario, it may come to a point where I don’t know when to stop,” continued James, who heads up the Columbia University Apartheid Divest currently spearheading campus protests.

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“Zionists don’t deserve to live comfortably, let alone Zionists don’t deserve to live. The same way we are very comfortable accepting Nazis don’t deserve to live, fascists don’t deserve to live, racists don’t deserve to live. Zionists, they shouldn’t live in this world. I feel very comfortable, very comfortable, calling for those people to die,” he added.

The Daily Wire reports that in a separate social media post, James says he "carry that tool" and is “moving like I’m in an open carry state,” suggesting he has a firearm on his person.

To remind, this was a live-streamed video of an official school meeting from four months ago - and James is still very much a student at Columbia University.

Meanwhile, students at Columbia and other schools across the nation hav rallied in support of Palestine and Hamas terrorists, openly calling for the death of the Jews, praising Hamas and their attacks on Israeli civilians, and even suggesting their fellow Jewish students be the targets of the next terror attack.

And if James’ own admission is any indication, it’s only a matter of time before one of them decides mere words aren’t enough.

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