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Jan 19 2019

University of Georgia TA Calls for Death of Whites

We may be closer than we realized to following South Africa on the path to Zimbabwe, to judge by the public proclamations of a University of Georgia teaching assistant who calls for the death of whites, barking that “some white people may have to die for black communities to be made whole in this struggle to advance to freedom.”

UGA philosophy TA Irami Osei-Frimpong made the comment during a conversation on the Overheard at UGA Facebook page. The comment has since been deleted.

Apparently his own Facebook page was suspended a couple years ago after he quoted Tommy Curry, a professor of politically preferred pigmentation at Texas A&M, who bellowed, “in order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people may have to die.”

The philosophy instructor explains that “Killing some white people isn’t genocide; it’s killing some white people.” He declares, “We had to kill some white people to get out of slavery,” forgetting or possibly even unaware that it was white people who killed white people to get blacks out of slavery. The vast majority of the 620,000 tragically lost in the Civil War were Caucasian.

Osei-Frimpong opines that killing white people to advance his black supremacist political objectives “should not be controversial.”

In the faculty lounge, I’m sure it isn’t. But he should be careful about letting the nature of what students are being taught get out to the general public, lest people tire of shouldering the massive tax burden imposed by universities.

Other pontifications shared by the deep-thinking philosopher include this:

Osei-Frimpong also referred to white people as “crappy,” and said that white churches, schools, and families would have to be “dismantled” to remedy the issue of white supremacy.

Despite even Facebook having suspended this maniac, at last word, University of Georgia is taking no action. Fellow UGA professor Janet Frick chirps that his bloodthirsty vitriol is not hate speech but only “hurt your feelings speech.”

On a tip from Lawrence J.




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