Ryerson Social Justice Warriors Discriminated Against White Students Because Whites Don’t Face Discrimination

First-year journalism students Trevor Hewitt and Julia Knope were told that because they were not victims of racialization, they were not allowed to stay in the meeting room and report on the event. 

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  • Exile1981

    ie they were afraid the two would not hide what the sjw’s really had planned.

    • WalterBannon

      you have to be black to be trusted inside the clubhouse

      they are by definition, racists

  • eMan14

    No… white people don’t experience racism. The sun doesn’t shine. There’s no water in the ocean. And Islam is the religion of peace.
    What incredible idiots are being nurtured in Ryerson? All our universities for that matter.
    Perhaps Hewitt and Knope were lucky enough to miss the “event”. Which will probably be nothing more than some white bashing.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    We need a ‘safe space’ from all of the minorities that commit violent crimes against my people.
    How do I put in for that?

    • JoKeR

      Racist! Do you not have any respect for their culture? 🙂

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        For the most part, none what-so-ever.
        If their culture was that shit-hot, I’d be living over there rather than them living here.

        • JoKeR

          I suspect it doesn’t matter if Justin is elected Prime Minister this year.

          I think his goal is to make Canada the “Number One” country. Unfortunately that is the number one, third-world country.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Man, that is INARGUABLE and, I might add, rather brilliant!

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Well thank you!

          • Justin St.Denis

            Hey! Somebody had to be the first to say it bluntly today. Apparently, that would be you! 😉

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  • BillyHW

    The truth is white people are the least racist people on earth these days.

    • mauser 98

      millions in slavery in Middle East,Asia today

  • David Murrell

    There could be a few positives emanating from the institutionalized racism, at places such as Ryerson. (And to think I have to read a paper at a conference at that dreadful institution at the end of May this spring!). It is this. The two journalism students — facing race-hate at their school — might want to re-think the liberal-left race-hate underpinning their education, and consider, instead, the fresh alternative called conservatism,

    As a Reform Party organizer back in the early 1990s, I met a new, young Reformer — a student at the liberal-left school called St. Thomas University. He had just sat through a “women’s studies” course, where the bigoted professor stated that, on the first day of class, that he was not to speak at all in the class for the entire term (he was the only male in the class). The little bit of crass sexism, on the professor’s part, was sufficient to drive the kid over to the Reform party — a win for us, since he turned out to be a good field worker.

    Many conservatives are ex-liberals mugged by reality. The reality at Ryerson is that it is a big cesspool of racist, ugly fascism — where everyone is unhappy.

  • mauser 98

    Ryerson has been an open sewer for decades

    • WalterBannon

      then how come their white privilege did not get them into this meeting

  • angrymike

    Do these people realize that excluding whites from the meeting and bashing them in private is racism ???????

    • To them it’s social justice

      • angrymike

        This country was built by old white guys, those old white guys made it fairly easy for minorities to rise above anything they would have achieved in their country of origin, yet they want to dismantle this once great country to make it into the hell hole they came from.. So my type of social justice will be running these jerks back to the counties their parents came from to save what’s left, how long before we can start ??????

        • WalterBannon

          yesterday is not soon enough

    • Justin St.Denis

      They are not “people” yet, and that is the first issue to deal with.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Whenever “university students” – i.e. youngsters who have not yet acquired the full set of skills/knowledge to actually be socially functional – and “social justice” are in the same headline/context, you know it’s time to strap in for a bumpy ride. Because being blind on the stock car circuit really isn’t an advantage.

  • Chris P. Bacon

    If these two student journalists weren’t racialized before, they certainly are now! Let ’em in!