Another “quick takes” on items where there is too little to say to make a complete article, but is still important enough to comment on.
The focus this time: Weißfrei.
First, a little mood music:
Because the entire point of college is to mobilize the masses to stop White people:
“The State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY-Binghamton) is offering a training class titled ‘StopWhitePeople2k16,’ to instruct residential assistants (RAs) on how to deal with ‘uneducated’ people who don’t believe in ideas like white privilege.
“The class is just one of several available to RAs at the school, and was discovered by the Binghamton Review, a student newspaper. Residential assistants are students who agree to assist with overseeing and monitoring residential life in return for receiving a free room from the school. Apparently, though, Binghamton RAs also have the responsibility of ‘stopping’ white people.”
If that doesn’t work, just mock White people as being “fragile“:
“A city-run class will be available to residents of Seattle if they want to learn about ‘white fragility.’ The course will teach attendees about why they can’t handle issues of race.
“Lecturer Robin DiAngelo, who coined the term, is teaching the taxpayer-funded class for the city Office of Arts and Culture. She defines white fragility as ‘a state in which even a minimum amount of racial stress becomes intolerable, triggering a range of defensive moves.'”
If that doesn’t work either, just punch Whitey!
“An indigenous woman in Calgary, Canada who yelled ‘I hate white people’ before punching a white woman in the face and knocking her tooth out did not commit a racially motivate hate crime, a provincial court judge has ruled.
“Judge Harry Van Harten’s written decision in the case argued that the motivation of the perpetrator, Tamara Crowchief, in the attack on the victim, Lydia White, was not related to racial bias.”
Because only White people, according the Left, can be racist. Whenever a non-White person assaults a White person, it isn’t racist, it’s justice… or something…