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: Kill all the White people.
First, a little bit of mood music:
“President George Bridges of Evergreen State College sent an email to ‘colleagues’ about a recent incident of graffiti on campus. The full email was published by former Evergreen Professor Bret Weinstein on Twitter (see below). The email reads in part:
“‘ Earlier this week, some graffiti was spotted on campus that sought to couterpose intersectionality and the sciences, equating the latter with white supremacy.'”
Of course, the real reason people perpetuate Whiteness throught science is because of a lack of Vegan diet…
“A sociology instructor at North Carolina State University (NCSU) is warning in a new academic article that vegan men are guilty of perpetuating ‘white masculinity.’
“‘Meatless meals and masculinity’ was written by Mari Mycek, a doctoral candidate and teaching assistant in the NCSU sociology department, who argues that vegan and vegetarian men have reclaimed their ‘previously-stigmatized consumption identity’ to wield power over women by framing their lifestyle as a rational, rather than emotional, choice.”
Of course, isn’t it easier to just commit genocide?
“The in-school suspension coordinator/counselor at a Bridgeport, Connecticut high school has been arrested after threatening to ‘execute every white man he gets his hands on.’
“Warren Harding High School’s Carl Lemon was taken into custody Wednesday on charges of second-degree threat and breach of the peace.
“According to NBC-4 in New York, the police report states a teacher heard Lemon say ‘he couldn’t wait for the Panthers to give the OK and a revolution begins,’ so he could carry out his threat. The teacher said Lemon had made ‘similar statements in the past.’
“During Lemon’s arrest, the school was put on lockdown for approximately ten minutes. Police noted the counselor was ‘pacing around his desk and repeatedly’ and opening and closing a desk drawer which contained a kitchen knife.”