In Portland, Oregon, a Black History Professor, James Harrison, gave a speech about how the world would be so much better without *ahem* “Whiteness” (by which, of course, they mean White people.)

Harrison’s anti-White comments yet again prove that anti-racist is just a code word for anti-White. He, and many others, claim to be against “racism”, but you will notice that this “racism” they complain about only ever exists where there are White people.

Speaking at Portland Community college he said:

Imagine all the people living life in peace. John Lennon penned these words in 1971, and my interpretation is that he’s talking about imagine everyone living together in peace.

That would be not necessarily a perfect world, but a good world, and how do we get to that good world is the question.

A world without conflict, and to me, my interpretation of these words is it would be a world for [the] US without Whiteness . . . in terms of the power structure.

And then so the question would be: what is Whiteness?

Black people are kicking White people out of Zimbabwe, killing Whites in South Africa, and evendenying citizenship to non-Black people in Liberia, but every professor (who wants to keep their job) must agree that White people are all evil Nazis. Evil KKK racists who have ruined the world and must be “diversified” into a minority.

Apparently, this is the “moderate” viewpoint; the “Extremist” viewpoint, according to those in power, is to be against White genocide.

Yes, you read that right – being AGAINST the genocide of White people is an “extremist” viewpoint.

H/T White GeNOcide Project