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The Texas State University Newspaper Calls for White Death

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How College Hurts America: Example No. 178,494

The Texas State student newspaper, The University Star, has “apologized” for an, er, “editorial” proclaiming that “White death will mean liberation for all” and telling white people, “Your DNA is an abomination” because “You shouldn’t exist.”

But hey, as long as they’ve apologized…

This screed was written by a Texas State senior majoring in “philosophy.” I used to have respect for that subject, but obviously it isn’t worthy of any.

Y’know, I thought colleges and universities were dead set against “hate,” they’ll kick you out for being a “hater,” or force you into “sensitivity training” until you achieve Diversity by thinking like everybody else–it appears I was wrong.

Am I the only one who thinks that maybe crazy rhetoric like this–which is now extremely common!–might possibly stir up violence? Maybe even a genocidal civil war? Really–what if these collidge wackos genuinely believe this stuff? Am I the only one who thinks that collidges that teach and preach this trash should receive no–repeat, no!–public moneys? Why should white people have to fork over their tax dollars to wicked fools who want to kill them?

De-fund the universities now. Before they can start the kind of fire they’ve been playing with.

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