Rutgers Prof: Whites Are Villains. “We Gotta Take These MotherF***ers Out.”
In an openly racist attack on whites during an interview with The Root, Rutgers “professor” Brittney Cooper slyly suggested that whites must be exterminated.
Cooper backed off the remark and then said she doesn’t support violence, not because exterminating whites would be mass murder, but because it would harm the souls of blacks. Yet the gist of her interview was clear: As a group, whites are evil.
Cooper’s frankly expressed hatred in the bull session with Michael Harriot is no surprise for those who have followed her career as a racial agitator masquerading as a serious academic. She once said that time is the white man’s tool to oppress blacks, and that Jesus Christ was either a homosexual or married to prostitute.
Nor is it a surprise that a major university gives a platform to Cooper. American universities are packed to the rafters with radical crackpots, and they are not above hiring terrorist bombers and convicted communist murderers.
Take Them Out
Harriot and Cooper were discussing Critical Race Theory when he provided the chance for Cooper to embark on a disjointed, demented, anti-white tirade.
“White people are committed to being villains in the aggregate,” the “africana studies professor” averred.
Looking back through history, Cooper said “white people thought there’s a world here and we own it.” But “prior to them, black and brown people had been sailing across oceans and interacting with each other for centuries without total subjugation, domination, and colonialism.”
Cooper didn’t offer examples of those hardy, intrepid seafarers, but that aside, she understands why blacks might want to get revenge against whites After all, “we have seen what a s**t show this iteration of treatment of other human beings means.” But “my hope is that we would do it differently in the moments when we have some power.”
White people are “so corrupt,” she said:
You know, their thinking is so morally and spiritually bankrupt about power.… They fear viscerally, existentially letting go of power, because they cannot imagine that there is another way to be. It is either that you dominate or you are dominated. And isn’t it sad that that is spiritually who they are, and that they can’t imagine a more expansive notion of the world.
Harriot, of course, agreed. Whites must “give some s**t up” if they aren’t going to “hoard” power, he said, wondering how whites can fix their putative failings. “What should we expect?” he asked.
“What kind of question is that? There is no answer that is sufficient,” Cooper replied:
The thing I want to say to you is that we gotta take these motherf***ers out, but like, we can’t say that, right?
I don’t believe in a project of violence. I truly don’t. Because I think in the end, our souls suffer from that. And I do think some of this is a spiritual condition….
See, part of the challenge around whiteness is it totally skews our view of everything….
The world didn’t start when white people arrived in America and tried to tell all the rest of us how things are going to go. There were people out here making worlds — Africans and indigenous people being brilliant, and libraries, and inventions, and vibrant notions of humanity, and cross-cultural exchange long before white people showed up being raggedy and violent and terrible and trying to take everything from everybody.
Again, Cooper did not offer a list of the “libraries” and “inventions” white colonialists found when they “subjugated” Africa and the New World, but she did offer a measure of hope for oppressed minorities. Because whites are not “infinite and eternal,” white colonialism and imperialism will end.
Whiteness is but “an inconvenient epochal interruption of like black and indigenous world making.”
Knowing that whiteness will end doesn’t provide much comfort, though, given the “travesties that they create” and “the sense that they want to destroy the planet.”
Time and Jesus
Of course, this isn’t our first look into Cooper’s sinistral mind.
Last year, she unbosomed herself of the opinion that supporters of Donald Trump were responsible for the deaths of blacks from the China Virus: “ “F*** each and every Trump supporter,” she tweeted. “You all absolutely did this. You are to blame.”
Two years ago, she explained that time is a weapon with which whites oppress blacks. Cooper complained that her mother was a stickler for punctuality, which defied the black custom of observing CP time, or “colored people’s time.” CP time is a “long-standing joke about our perpetual lateness.”
“If time had a race,” she concluded, “it would be white. White people own time.”
As for Jesus Christ, Cooper offered this historically and scripturally unsound opinion:
Jesus … was a radical, freedom-loving, justice-seeking, potentially queer (because he was either asexual or a priest married to a prostitute), feminist healer, unimpressed by scripture-quoters and religious law-keepers, seduced neither by power nor evil.
Cooper earns about $113,000 annually. Tuition at Rutgers so your kid can hear Cooper denounce whites: Between $28,000 (in-state) and $50,000 (out-of-state) annually.
H/T: College Fix
Published at Thu, 28 Oct 2021 16:33:03 +0000