You’ve probably heard the mantra: anti-racist is a code word for anti-White. But have ever seen a better example of the mantra in action than this?
Two white students were barred from a meeting of the Racialized Students’ Collective March 11.
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.
Hewitt and Knope said they made eye contact with an unidentified woman who appeared to be setting up for the event. She approached Hewitt and Knope and asked if they had ever been racialized.
Hewitt said he then told the woman he wanted to cover the meeting for an assignment. He said the woman told him that because he was not a racialized student, he could not sit in on the meeting. Hewitt and Knope then left the room.
“It felt really bad… kind of embarrassing,” Knope said. “If their goal in these meetings was to end racialization then it needs to be something everybody is involved in. If some people are causing the problems, they need to know. Grouping yourself off… is not going to accomplish anything.”
The Racialized Students’ Collective is part of the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU). Its website states that the group “oppose(s) all forms of racism and work towards community wellness for students,” that they focus on “building an anti-racist network” and “fostering an anti-racist environment through campus-wide services, campaigns and events.”
Knope said while she understands they are a support group for each other and don’t want others there, she doesn’t understand why the events are then listed as public and as an RSU campaign.
“It seemed really ironic to me that the meeting was about racialization and they were prohibiting certain people from entering,” she said.
“Right now it’s almost like they’re suggesting they can make racialization go away (and that) if everyone who has been racialized just talks… it will magically go away,” Hewitt added.
RSU coordinator Vajdaan Tanveer told The Ryersonian over the phone that members of the collective have requested a safe space on campus, where they can have an open conversation.
“We don’t want (racialized) students to feel intimidated, that they can’t speak their mind because they are afraid of being judged or something they say might be used against them,” he said.
When asked about Hewitt and Knope’s incident, Tanveer confirmed they couldn’t attend the meeting because they were white.
“In terms of educating, we have some events for public,” he said. “We use the opportunity to tell them about the work and how they can get involved.”
This is wonderful news, and we can only hope for more events like this to happen. The more White people experience malice and discrimination from self-proclaimed “anti-racists”, the more they will begin to dislike those “anti-racists” – and, eventually, they will likely end up turning to us. After all, we love them and accept them while “anti-racists” despise them and bar them from events. I think the choice is obvious for young White people.
Keep up the good work, SJWs. You are the best gift that us White nationalists could have possibly asked for. Keep digging that grave for yourself, and keep completely alienating all White people. White people are the only reason you’re even allowed to exist in White countries, so, by all means, continue to stretch our kindness and altruism to its very limit. See what happens.