Feminist University Lecturer Argues for Bigotry, Calls Whites Who Believe in Racial Equality ‘Dangerous’
A Boston University guest lecturer was caught on tape last month arguing that white people who see all races as being equal are “dangerous,” as the Left sinks to insane new lows.
A report from College Fix showed University of Washington Professor Robin DiAngelo, who is Caucasian, giving a lecture titled, “What Does It Mean To Be White” where she claimed only a “dangerous white person” believes in individual rights and doesn’t see racial realities.
This directly flies in the face of leftist dogma claiming that race is a construct, but these deranged Marxists cannot seem to keep their own bullpucky straight anymore.
DiAngelo went on a semi-coherent rant while addressing students about how white people who claim that they were “taught to treat everyone the same, or some version of that” are really just rubes unable to come to grips with their subliminal racist tendencies.
“If you are being honest, you’ve probably said it,” she told the audience before claiming that it could not actually be done. “Your parents could lecture you to do it [but] you don’t do it, you can’t do it, there is no human objectivity.”
“And I need to give a heads up to the white people in the room,” DiAngelo said. “When people of color hear us say this, they’re generally not thinking, ‘Alright, I’m talking to a woke white person right now.’ Usually some version of eye-rolling is going on, and a wall is going up.”
She added: “My friend Erin Trent Johnson … she says, ‘When I hear a white person say this, what I am thinking is: ‘This is a dangerous white person. This is a white person who is going to need to deny my reality.’”
Trent Johnson is an African-American race hustler with The Equity Lab, a Mark Zuckerburg-funded social justice scam that trains activists in how to permeate cultural Marxism throughout Western society. Together with DiAngelo, she helps to rip apart Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s dream “to live in a nation where [individuals] will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
DiAngelo came right out and admitted that her leftist pathology is fueled by white guilt.
“I want to be clear that as I stand up here with authority and a voice on this topic, I’m reinforcing whiteness and the centrality of the white view,” she said. “I’d like to be a little less white, which means a little less oppressive, oblivious, defensive, ignorant and arrogant.”
“We live in a patriarchy,” she added before bashing her poor husband as a creation of the evil patriarchy.
DiAngelo released her book, “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism” in 2018. She has centered her entire academic career around hating her own skin.
“The problem with white people,” she told The Guardian, “is that they just don’t listen. In my experience, day in and day out, most white people are absolutely not receptive to finding out their impact on other people. There is a refusal to know or see, or to listen or hear, or to validate.”
DiAngelo is right about one thing: White people do need to open their eyes. They need to open their eyes to what has happened in Zimbabwe, what is happening in South Africa, and then steadfastly reject frigid old shrews like DiAngelo and her feminist, anti-American cohorts as they try to repeat those nightmares in the United States to satisfy their ideology of hate.