Facebook Jail for Killing Some White People

I’ve been banned from facebook for posting this:

I guess I am going to post once more on Curry’s situation. We are too easy on white people. The Washington Examiner posted an article with the lead: “Curry called for white genocide, saying in a 2012 podcast ‘in order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people may have to die.’ “ http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/texas-am-wont-fire-professor-who-called-for-killing-white-people/article/2622810
First of all, killing some white people isn’t genocide; it’s killing some white people. We had to kill some white people to get out of slavery. Maybe if we’d killed more during the 20th century we still wouldn’t talk about racialized voter disenfranchisement and housing, education, and employment discrimination.
This should not be controversial. Some white people are really bad, and America abetted them reproducing that badness in their white progeny. I’d rather contain them with law enforcement, but US law enforcement isn’t particularly committed to making sure that white people act in accordance with racial justice. If we want racial justice without having to kill them, then all of our educational and media institutions should be preparing white people for the hit they are going to have to take, so that we get racial justice without killing too many of them.
This includes drilling down the notion that in order to make the country whole, we are going to have to take some of their shit. Whether it’s their money, their illusion of safety, or their self-esteem, a lot of the stuff we’ve led white people to believe is inalienably theirs; we are going to have to alienate and redistribute. And if I know white people — and I do — some of them are going to resent it and fight back with arms. I’d rather not have to kill them, but like Tommy said, “In order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people may have to die.” The deep problem is that we’ve spent too long making policies out of coddling and producing the wrong type of white people.
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