Our nation’s college campuses have become breeding grounds for off-the-wall liberal ideology, preying on the impressionable youth of America.
The egregious example in recent memory was the Milo riot at the University of California at Berkeley, in which the liberal New Fascism movement shut down conservative speaker Milo Yiannopolous’ speaking engagement on campus by employing violence, arson, and intimidation. Their effective nullification of Free Speech at UC Berkeley has alarmed many liberty scholars in the United States, who believe wholeheartedly that the left will continue to employ these violent tactics for the remainder of the Trump presidency.
Now, however, an even more disturbing message has been brought to light at Texas A&M, where a professor’s 2012 remarks are being touted as some of the most radical, leftist ideas ever committed to an interview.
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“’So today I want to talk about killing white people in context,’ Professor Thomas Curry begins his interview on Rob Redding’s radio show, before going on to discuss the historical justifications for the murdering of white people and referencing several obscure academic texts that discuss ‘killing white people as self-defense.’
“’Look, in order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people may have to die.’
“’So when we have this conversation about violence or killing white people it has to be looked at in the context of historical terms, and the fact that we have not addressed like how relevant and how solidified this kind of tradition is for black people saying, “look, in order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people may have to die,”‘ Curry continued, expressing that he has ‘been immensely disappointed’ at how little the topic is discussed.”
Curry’s comments have come to light merely months after the Black Lives Matter movement radicalized into a domestic terror group with the killing of 5 police officers in Dallas, Texas in 2016.
As the nation continue to heal from that vicious attack, the entire liberal community continues its march toward militarization. The UC Berkeley riots will go down in history as merely the tip of the iceberg as it pertains to liberal radicalization.
The left has previously attempted segregation of political beliefs after Donald Trump’s electoral victory with a set of signals that were employed by liberals to identify and discriminate against conservatives, the most famous being the wearing of a safety pin to proclaim your resistance to the newly-minted President.