A Rutgers University professor called white people “villains,” says CRT “is just the proper teaching of American history” and praises falling white birth rates.
Of all the places that should be required to have a stringent screening process to gain employment, our institutions of learning—both secondary and elementary—should top that list.
Teachers, professors, and adjuncts at these institutions should all go through thorough employment and background analysis that takes all aspects of their lives into consideration. That sounds strict, but these are the people that will handle our most precious resource: the young minds of America’s next generation.
Who these people are is even more important than their qualifications to teach. There’s no foolproof way to separate a teacher’s personality and values from their actual teaching…and that means anyone in that kind of position should meet certain criteria.
It’s a massive failure on our part that this system isn’t implemented yet. These are the people responsible for shaping our future, so you’d think that there would be ways to sift the wheat from the chaff.
But apparently, no such system exists.
That’s evident to us all when somebody like Professor Brittney Cooper has a job at one of our country’s most storied universities.
Rutgers Has A Racist On Staff
Cooper, a professor at Rutgers University, teaches classes on women’s and genders studies—so basically she teaches classes on subjects that have no practical application to the real world. She has also written three books “expressing her frustrations, desires, and expectations of society as an African American feminist woman.”
You know from a book description like that that she’s going to be a handful…
And last month, during an appearance for an online conference for The Root Institute, Cooper made some SHOCKING comments that, in a just world, would see her tenure revoked immediately.
The short of it? is that Cooper is an unabashed racist.
She can’t stand White people—and during her entire address, she did NOTHING but degrade and insult an entire people group with a smile on her face.
While discussing Critical Race Theory (CRT), Cooper insisted that it belongs in education at all levels. Kids can grasp the concept, she argued, saying CRT offers an accurate portrayal of history because white people “didn’t discover America.” She points out that there were already indigenous people there and that Whites had merely “committed acts of violence in order to make [themselves] seem superior.”
Wow… is that how it was? Does this woman have a magic window into the past?
Continuing the subject of CRT, Cooper said, “It’s not that white people don’t know what they have done [presumably referencing slavery], they fear that there is no other way to be human than the way in which they are human.”
Are White people the ONLY people who practiced slavery?
Because that is what her comments imply. Of course, any student of history or culture will be able to tell you that every race, every culture, and every society practiced slavery at one point. Some STILL practice slavery today!
It’s not just “White people” – and the fact that Cooper has this idea should be enough to get her a written reprimand in her record…
But it gets worse.
“Black People Are Going To Get Them Back”
While presuming to know the White average person’s mindset and motivations, Cooper said, “They do this thing where they say that how White people have done humanity – how they have acted as human beings – is the way all of us act. So they think Black people are going to get them back. And I wouldn’t be mad at the Black people who want to get them back, but what I believe about Black people is that we have seen what a s**t show this iteration of treatment of other human beings means. And my hope is that we would do it differently in the moments when we have some power.”
“Get them back”? Get WHO back?
Not one person alive in America today has owned slaves! What are you going to do to “get them back”? This may surprise Cooper, but on the whole – very few people, regardless of the color of their skin, ruminate or care about the “power” their race gives them.
The fact that she thinks they do should be enough for her to lose ALL credibility as a professor…but that’s not even the WORST of it.
When Michael Harriot, the host of the conference, asked Cooper what their “options” are as far as “getting them back,” Cooper had this to say:
“The thing I want to say to you is, ‘We got to take these motherf**kers out,’ but like we can’t say that.”
Rutgers professor: "White people are committed to being villains," "We gotta take these MF'ers out."
— MRCTV (@mrctv) October 26, 2021
Can you believe it?
She says, “we can’t say things like that” – but she said it. It doesn’t matter that she tried to cover her ass with the way she framed it or that she “doesn’t believe in a project of violence.” Other people can clearly see her words as a green light to do exactly that.
This is bad…
And the fact that she still has a job lets us know just how far we’ve fallen into the trap of Liberalism.
We’re in it so deep that there’s not a way out that doesn’t look like an attack on a marginalized person.
But this is still violence, folks. REAL violence! And no professor of higher education should be allowed to hold their position if this what their real feelings are.
These are the people shaping our future leaders…
This is why parents should be involved with kids’ educational journey.
This is why we need a change.
Stay vigilant, folks. These people are out there, and they only want one of two things…
Power or destruction.
“Racism is a refuge for the ignorant. It seeks to divide and to destroy. It is the enemy of freedom, and deserves to be met head-on and stamped out.” – Pierre Berton