Flat out, folks, the education system — including at the university level — is broken and full of activists instead of teachers. We have seen more frequent racist rants by college “professors” who like to blame everything on a certain race, because it sells books and indoctrinates young, impressionable students.
Judging by a recent rant on “Unpacking the Attacks on Critical Race Theory” during a video conversation with The Root, Rutgers University associate professor of “African Studies” and “Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies” Britney Cooper looks like she might be kind of racist towards white people.
I’m not going to give you every egregious quote that Cooper said in the five-minute clip posted to MRCTV’s Twitter account, but there were a couple that are of note that are simply racist.
“I think that white people are committed to being villains in the aggregate, right?” Cooper said.
“I do think that all of us can sort of agree that a politics that says there are superior and inferior human beings just isn’t the way to go,” Cooper said before going full racist. “And that’s the thing that white people don’t trust us to do, because they are so corrupt. You know, their thinking is so morally and spiritually bankrupt about power that they fear — viscerally, existentially — letting go of power, because they can’t imagine that there’s another way to be.”
“The thing I wanna say to you is, ‘We gotta take these motherf**kers out,’ but we can’t say that right?” Cooper said after just saying it and before trying to reign in what she literally just said. “ I don’t believe in a project of violence, I truly don’t, cause I think in the end that our souls suffer from that.”
Oh, isn’t that precious. Thank you ever so much for saying you don’t want to be violent towards white people after literally saying that “we gotta take these” white people out.
Tell us how you really feel.
Cooper said more, which continued to be as ignorant as her black supremacist statements make her seem to be. And for those comments, watch below: