Education

Anti-White Riot Video Leak: Students Voice Their Outrage At Internet

Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr

“The internet never forgets” or as an another anonymous person would put it, “nothing you ever put online will ever remain hidden.”

Furious outrage was the response when an anti-white video by students was put online for the entire Internet to view.

According to the College Fix, the video which had gone viral few hours after its release contained scenes of students of Evergreen College ranting about “racist white teachers” and “white-ass administrators” while shouting “black power” chants.

The cause of the outrage was the refusal of one of their professors to grant the demands SJWs that all white people stay off the Evergreen College campus for one day, The Olympians reports.

“They imagine that I am racist and that I am teaching racism in the classroom,” he said according to the outlet. “And that has caused them to imagine that I have no right to speak and that I am harming students by the very act of teaching them.”

The video contained a lot of swear words with notable comments such as, “FUCK YOU AND FUCK THE POLICE!”

“Whiteness is the most violent fucking system to ever breathe!”

“This white-ass faculty members need to be holding HIM, and HIM, and ALL these people accountable.”

“I’m tellin’ you, you’re speakin’ to your ancestor, all right? We been here before you. We built these cities, we had civilization way before you ever had … comin’ out your caves.”

The College Fix reports that students “demand that the video created for Day of Absence and Day of Presence that was stolen by white supremacists and edited to expose and ridicule the students and staff be taken down by the administration by this Friday.”

They also demand “an extensive forensic investigation of the theft of this video,” stating they are determined to learn who “stole” it.

“If that investigation yields a suspect, we will seek criminal charges against the individual in consultation with the Attorney General,” they also state.

In response, the professor whose refusal caused the outrage was interviewed by Fox News and was quoted as saying that the “riot was way worse than what was portrayed in the video.”

 

Comments are closed.