Liberal Professor Tweets “All I want for Christmas is White Genocide”!

A professor at Drexel University in Philadelphia had a disgusting idea for this Christmas. He’d like to see white people wiped from the face of our planet.

No joke.

Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies, George Ciccariello-Maher, tweeted his desire of white genocide on Christmas Eve, he quickly realized that he’d made a mistake and deleted the tweet. (But the Internet is forever…)


He followed up that disgusting tweet by doubling down on the disgusting.

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But don’t worry, Ciccariello isn’t some weird, evil alt-leftist… no, he says he’s just “a communist.”


I believe that communism is evil, but nowhere in communist philosophical theory have I ever read about the benefits of “white genocide” or any kind of purposeful genocide really. While Ciccariello might believe that the mass murder of white people is a good thing, I can tell you most assuredly that it is not… mass murder of any kind is always a very, very bad thing.

How have we as a modern, supposedly moral society, allowed such vile and violent racism to become so commonplace?


H/T Breitbart

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