‘White genocide’: Higher education’s bizarre tolerance of racism

Looking the other way on racial bigotry

The case of George Ciccariello-Maher is an interesting and instructive one. Ciccariello-Maher, a former professor at Drexel University, generated headlines a while ago when he tweeted favorably about the ethnic extermination of white people; later he blamed the brutal Las Vegas massacre, without evidence, on a “narrative of white victimization,” claiming that the sadistic mass murder “is what happens when [white people and men] don’t get what they want.” To say that Ciccariello-Maher has a chip on his shoulder about white people would probably be an understatement; it is uncomfortable, in any case, to witness such naked racism so proudly and publicly flaunted. Most people keep that stuff under wraps, out of shame if nothing else.

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  • Editor

    There are few people to oppose them internally. Faculty, especially in the humanities and “studies”, are mostly on board, administration are cowed by the vocal SJW contingent, a pitiful example given by the President of Evergreen College last spring and students are well advised to keep their head down if they want a passing grade. Luckily, there is social media and the fact the internet never forgets.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    White Genocide is real.
    Why are its advocated tolerated any more than the advocates of the Holocaust?

  • mobuyus

    They won’t fucken get my coloured TV!

    • Drunk by Noon ✓

      I think they would rather have our white women, or at least our daughters.

  • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

    He didn’t resign.

    He still works for them teaching classes but doing it via video from home.

    • He did resign but was almost immediately hired by a New York State University.

  • pdxnag

    If you are not for the extermination of White folks then you must be a White SUPREMACIST! Objection becomes all the proof the haters need.

    True/False Question:
    I am not a racist because I am not White.