Rutgers Professor Identifies America’s Enemy: White Mothers, and Not the ‘Mom’ Kind
According to its website, New Jersey’s publicly-funded Rutgers University is “one of the leading comprehensive public research universities in the nation.”
In fact, it’s a downright “research powerhouse.”
One of its powerhouse professors, apparently, has done research on white people.
As for what she’s discovered, it isn’t good.
The event was part of The Root Institute, an annual conference “aimed at “exploring socio-political, cultural, and entertainment topics to advance the agenda of Black Americans, as exemplified by the current state of race relations in the US.”
According to The Root, “angry white parents have lashed out at school board meetings over the so-called taboo teaching.”
Hence, the outlet “felt compelled to cut through all of the misinformation that’s been swirling to center the conversation in a healthy dose of reality.”
Cue Ms. Cooper, who’s clearly pro-CRT — she teaches it to college students.
And she asks them if there’s any hope for whites — can we “legislate [racism] away and…march it away…or, do we think white people just always gonna be like this, and our job is to hold back their ability to do the most harm?”
Per the professor, conservatives oppose CRT because they’re anti-truth.
To hear her tell it, the ideology “is just the proper teaching of American history.”
Those white enemies might not be a problem for much longer — there are fewer Caucasians coming out of birthing persons.
And it serves ’em right:
“White people’s birth rates are going down…because they literally cannot afford to put their children, newer generations, into the middle class. … It’s super perverse. And also, they kind of deserve it.”
Birth rates are definitely dropping:
But as for race vs. race, components of the Left seem at odds — a contingent across the aisle demands more black abortions:
Indeed, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s Black Student Movement recently demanded a ban on ‘white supremacists’ such as a “pro-life group…that specifically targeted Black women.”
No matter; the way Brittney sees it, in the story of the Earth, white people are the antagonists:
“I think that white people are committed to being villains in the aggregate.”
And now they’re angry because CRT is exposing the truth:
“White supremacy is the most ridiculous theory of race that ever existed, to begin with. And that really is all that a critical theory of race suggests. … [W]hat [white people] did has they just created a theory about how they thought the world worked. And then they literally browbeat, enslaved, chained, shot, killed, drowned, raped…and essentially subjugated a whole planet to make their theory true. And that is the thing that they are learning. They ain’t mad because Critical Race Theory is untrue. They mad because it’s true.”
So what, then, do we do?
Speaking of birth, the scholar called to mothers:
“The thing I want to say to you is, ‘We gotta take these m—–f—–s out.’ But, like, we can’t say that, right? I don’t believe in a project of violence…our souls suffer from that.”
The lady’s certainly unafraid to speak her mind.
Campus Reform has more:
In 2020, she lambasted Trump supporters for the disproportionate impact that COVID-19 had on the Black community, tweeting, “F— each and every Trump supporter. You all absolutely did this. You are to blame.” In 2016, Cooper blamed racism for Brexit. The year prior, she wrote in Salon that white religious conservatives worship a God who is “an a–hole” with “nothing holy, loving, righteous, inclusive, liberatory theologically sound about him.”
Regarding the idea that its white people stonewalling CRT, that’s not solely the case.
No word on whether the above men are also wicked, but it seems to me there’s a greater American villain than even white people: division.
In the past, words of patriotism were routinely statements of unity.
We were meant to be “one nation under God, indivisible.”
These days, a substantial societal sector appears intent to make us the opposite.
If we become a country divided, in my view, we will cease to be a country.
Some people on the professor’s side may root for such:
Fortunately, Professor Brittney looks to be doing okay.
As noted by CR — and, perhaps, somewhat ironically — teaching Critical Race Theory is allowing her to prosper:
Cooper is an associate professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University. A document obtained by Campus Reform via public records request reveals that Cooper will earn at least $114,248.95 from Rutgers this year.
Now if we can only allow everyone else to succeed…despite the white maternal villains.
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