Friday, April 09, 2021

Professors blame Whites for Black crimes

Today's universities teach White hatred all the time, and don't miss a chance to blame Whites. Here is the latest example:
White supremacy is the root of all race-related violence in the US

[by] Jennifer Ho, Professor of Asian American Studies, University of Colorado Boulder ...

The point’ve made through all of those experiences is that anti-Asian racism has the same source as anti-Black racism: white supremacy. So when a Black person attacks an Asian person, the encounter is fueled perhaps by racism, but very specifically by white supremacy. White supremacy does not require a white person to perpetuate it.

White supremacy is an ideology, a pattern of values and beliefs that are ingrained in nearly every system and institution in the U.S. It is a belief that to be white is to be human and invested with inalienable universal rights and that to be not-white means you are less than human – a disposable object for others to abuse and misuse.

The dehumanization of Asian people by U.S. society is driven by white supremacy and not by any Black person who may or may not hate Asians.

By "Asian", I assume she means Oriental. And she blames Whites when a Black commits a crime against an Oriental.

The department has this Land Use Statement:

We honor and acknowledge that the University of Colorado’s four campuses are on the traditional territories and ancestral homelands of the Cheyenne, Arapaho, Ute, Apache, Comanche, Kiowa, Lakota, Pueblo and Shoshone Nations. Further, we acknowledge the 48 contemporary tribal nations historically tied to the lands that comprise what is now called Colorado.
These statements have become common. Again, this seems to have no purpose except to express hatred for Whites. It credits non-whites, but not the Whites who built the state and the university. If they really think that they are occupying stolen land, then they can leave.


MikeAdamson said...

I don't take the territorial acknowledgment as anti-white but rather simply that: acknowledging ancestral ownership of the territory. Conservatives are triggered by the strangest things.

Roger said...

The Colorado statement goes farther than that. It complains about "the painful history of ill treatment".

MikeAdamson said...

I'd be disappointed if it didn't. The treatment of American indigenous people was and is shameful and contrary to Western values. This statement calls for acknowledgement and I fail to see any signs of hatred.

Roger said...

China has been doing shameful things for thousands of years. Would you also be disappointed if you viewed a China university web site, and it did not list the shameful things that China has done?

MikeAdamson said...

They definitely should make similar acknowledgements.