Tolerance is a possession of the Left -- or so we're constantly told without asking. But, every now and then, there's a little actual justice that creeps into the waning common sense of the "enlightened" campus elite.
The editorial board of Texas State University's newspaper, The University Star, recently fired a student writer and apologized for running his opinion piece claiming that "white death will mean liberation for all." However, the words "apologize" and "sorry" never actually appear in the letter from the University Star Editorial Board. The board's opening line? "We screwed up."
The opinion piece in question was written by student author Rudy Martinez, who wrote a column titled, "Your DNA is an abomination."
Here's a little excerpt from Martinez's opinion piece,according to the College Fix:
In your whiteness, you are granted the luxury of not having to think about race daily. Your heartbeat does not speed up when you get pulled over and find yourself staring at the red-and-blue lights of the fascist foot soldiers we call the police. You don’t leave your home wondering if you will ever come back. You don’t give a damn.
Sounds like a new member of Antifa in training. I'm sorry -- not really -- but who's heart rate doesn't accelerate just a little when you see those "red-and-blue lights" flashing behind you knowing they're meant for you? I don't care what color you are. That's human nature. Martinez is merely the very thing he claims to hate -- a racist.
Here's another pearl of wisdom from Martinez's piece:
Ontologically speaking, white death will mean liberation for all … accept this death as the first step toward defining yourself as something other than the oppressor. Until then, remember this: I hate you because you shouldn’t exist. You are both the dominant apparatus on the planet and the void in which all other cultures, upon meeting you, die.
Seriously, screw this kid. If someone has that much hate inside them, that's someone beyond help.
In response to the article getting tons of blowback from other students as a result of Martinez's "opinion," the University Star said in a statement, "The author of this column has jeopardized the atmosphere of inclusivity at this university and will no longer be published in The University Star."
While their apology was weak at best -- and SJW'd up -- the paper did take action within days of the piece being brought forth to public.
Honestly, the editors of the University Star either wanted Martinez's piece published, or they're not very good at their jobs as editors and published whatever was given to them.
Martinez responded very glibly in an email to The College Fix saying, "My only regret is not being present at production night, I noticed a couple of grammatical errors that weren’t in my initial draft."
Now, all you have is your "drafts," Mr. Martinez.