‘White People Are Committed to Being Villains’ — Says Black Professor — ‘Take These Motherf**kers Out!’
By Raymond Ibrahim
As I have closely documented elsewhere, historical relations between Islam and the West have been utterly distorted in order to present the aggressors as victims and the victims as aggressors.
In this article, we look at a similar but even more urgent topic: how history in general has been intentionally distorted in a way that makes segments of the nonwhite population hate, despise, and even want to murder whites.
This is no exaggeration. In a speech late last year, Brittney Cooper, a black associate professor at Rutgers University, spewed so much hate against “white people,” to the point of concluding that “we got to take these motherf**ers out!” (Needless to say, she still teaches at Rutgers.)
At one point during her racist rant, Cooper said:
I think white people are committed to being villains, in the aggregate… What I think that white people viscerally fear, it’s not that white people don’t know what they’ve done — they know. They fear that there is no other way to be human but the way in which they are human. So you know, you talk to white people, and whenever you want to have a reckoning by them they say stuff like, you know “It’s just human nature. If y’all had all of this power y’all would have done the same thing,” right?
Right, indeed. Some 15 years ago, I wrote an article that made this very same point: