Wild Ape “Professor” Endorses Killing White People

Azzmador
Daily Stormer
May 14, 2017

We wuz space niggaz an’ sheeit, but den Whitey came along and stoleded all our sheeit…kill Whitey!

Now and then, when I’m reading the news, I come across a story like this and my first thought is always something like, “who thought it was a good idea to make these monkeys into professors top teach our children at the most expensive universities in the USA?”

Of course, my default answer is “The Jews.”

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So we have this situation at Texas A&M. When I was at Texas A&M, a SWPLy White professor came out and interrupted my interview with NPR, just as I was getting to the good part about Hitler being right and having done nothing wrong, because he was aghast at my assertion that the campus was a rat’s nest of anti-White leftism. He said I had no idea what I was talking about.

Really now?

Campus Reform:

A Texas A&M University professor is facing backlash for a 2012 interview that recently resurfaced in which he argues for “killing white people in context.”

“So today I want to talk about killing white people in context,” Professor Thomas Curry begins his interview on Rob Redding’s radio show, before going on to discuss the historical justifications for the murdering of white people and referencing several obscure academic texts that discuss “killing white people as self-defense.”

“So when we have this conversation about violence or killing white people it has to be looked at in the context of historical terms, and the fact that we have not addressed like how relevant and how solidified this kind of tradition is for black people saying, ‘look, in order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people may have to die,’” Curry continued, expressing that he has “been immensely disappointed” at how little the topic is discussed.

Yeah, there’s not enough talk about killing innocent White people, so here’s Professor Magilla Curry talking about it.

Can you believe Texas A&M hired this retarded pavement ape? Is it any wonder that a college diploma is no longer worth the paper it’s written on?

This dindu is openly advocating for anti-White racial terrorism in the very university that saw fit to pluck him from the zoo and give him a nice paycheck just for ooking and eeking nonsensical negro fairy tales at students who should actually be learning something of value.

Too stupid to work at KFC, but he sho’ nuff gone learn yo chillens!

So did the allegedly non-leftist, totally not anti-White Texas A&M University fire this trouble making negroid when they heard about it?

No.

They issued a bland “we love everybody” statement and made a passive-aggressive denunciation of anyone holding the completely logical opinion that multiculturalism sucks.

Texas A&M President Michael Young issued a statement condemning Curry’s comments as “disturbing,” saying they stand “in stark contrast” to the school’s values.

“As you may know, a podcast interview by one of our professors that took place approximately four and a half years ago resurfaced this week on social media, seen for the first time by many of us,” Young wrote in a statement obtained by Campus Reform. “The interview features disturbing comments about race and violence that stand in stark contrast to Aggie core values – most notably those of respect, excellence, leadership and integrity – values that we hold true toward all of humanity.”

“We wish no violence or harm even to those who espouse hateful views under the First Amendment, a sentiment that by its very nature is one that they would deny others,” he added.

The cherry on top of this whole thing is the Campus Cuckservatives. Some limp-wristed debate team cuck said he was alarmed at what this nefarious negro said, but he was glad the university allowed the negro to say it, because not to do so would be wrong and scary.

Student Michael Buse, a conservative on campus and president of the school’s Speech and Debate Team, told Campus Reform that while Curry’s “rhetoric could be deemed reckless and even bigoted by some, he has a right to free speech.”

“Dr. Curry’s words calling for violence are concerning to a lot of people,” Buse remarked. “His words are inflammatory and, like so many academics, need a reality check, but I would be far more uncomfortable studying at a university where professors are policed, than at one where there are radicals with podcasts.”

These cucks and their “principles.”

This is why we can’t have nice things…

 

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