Skip to comments.Ivy League prof floats idea of racial justice strike, hundreds of academics fall in line
Posted on 09/02/2020 7:06:56 AM PDT by C19fan
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And were supposed to care? What if elitist liberals hold a demonstration and no one notices?
Please do so at once.
better yet, they should all resign and go home.
I say go big or go home.
Make it a few YEARS.
Better yet, why don’t you resign in protest? That’ll show ‘em!
Well do it without pay oh brave one.
The radical left has been pushing for a “general strike” for weeks/months.
They treat this like we see it as some kind of “bad” news. They’re not particularly well connected with reality.
Only two days?
Here, let them go on strike for the next 10 years and put themselves out of business permanently.
To paraphrase Oliver Cromwell when he dismissed the British Parliament in April 1663:
“You have been sat too long here for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!.
Let them go first. Then all us white people can go on strike.
They wont be missed
Why just two days? Show us how committed you elitist academics really are and make it a full year.
From the U of Penn site: Anthea Butler is Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. A historian of African American and American religion, Professor Butlers research and writing spans African American religion and history, race, politics, Evangelicalism, gender and sexuality, media, and popular culture. You can find more of her writing and public engagement at Antheabutler.com.
She has this comment on the Ferguson Missouri riots of 2014; Americas racist god required black peoples blood to atone for the sins committed by its followers, and that such blood [is] shed in sacrifice to this god of white supremacy.
Obviously she has a beautiful soul at work here!
Shut down all the indoctrination centers they call colleges.
They wont be missed
The academics and athletes revel in their own imagined self importance. Nobody misses any of them.
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