Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas allowed a blatantly racist anti-White column to be published in the school newspaper.
As I point out frequently, anti-White racism is all the rage on college and university campuses across the country. The higher education profession is a bubble in which they all live. It does not matter in which state or region of the country they may be located, colleges are, almost without exception, little more than hardcore leftist and racist indoctrination camps no matter where you go. Usually, they hide their racism behind academic jargon and made-up terms such as “White Privilege.” They discriminate against White and male students under the guise of “social justice” and “equality.” But, of course, this is all just a cover. It is racism against Whites and it is sexism against men, pure and simple.
Given this culture, it is not surprising that colleges and universities are creating a generation full of hateful anti-White racists. And make no mistake, that is exactly what they are doing. It appears that many leftist academics and college administrators will not be happy until there is blood in the streets with Americans killing Americans over the color of their skin. It is sick, it is fundamentally un-American, and it is dangerous.
As an example of what our institutions of “higher education” are creating, the opinion piece written by a student Rudy Martinez at Texas State University is a good example. Directed at Whites, Martinez titled his work “Your DNA is an Abomination.” Part of what he wrote is as follows:
“You were not born white. You became white… You don’t give a damn,”
“Whiteness will be over because we want it to be, and when it dies, there will be millions of cultural zombies aimlessly wandering across a vastly changed landscape. Ontologically speaking, white death will mean liberation for all… Until then, remember this: I hate you because you shouldn’t exist. You are both the dominant apparatus on the planet and the void in which all other cultures, upon meeting you, die.”
“When I think of all the white people I have ever encountered – whether they’ve been professors, peers, lovers, friend, police officers, et cetera – there is perhaps only a dozen I would consider ‘decent,’”
After the story received national attention, public backlash forced Texas State University to pull the piece from the newspaper’s website. But that does not change the fact that administrators gave their stamp of approval to this racism by allowing it to be published in the first place.
As for the student Rudy Martinez himself, he stands by his piece. In an interview with The College Fix, he defended his racism and doubled-down on it.
What is so disgusting about this is not just the hatred and racism, but the arrogant sense of pride this student takes in his racism. He believes he is right to hate White people because his college professors and college administrators teach this. The language he uses to defend his racism is the same language he hears from his professors. It is the same language he hears from the diversity officers, conduct administrators, hall directors, and the rest of the administrative staff who use their positions to propagandize students with a daily, relentless barrage of left-wing hate. This is the culture on our college campuses. It is what these students are taught to believe is normal. We must put a stop to the racism, sexism and hatred that is being pushed in our higher education system. We must address this now or this country is headed to a very dark place.
The College Fix is reporting that Rudy Martinez has been fired from the school paper:
The University Star, the student newspaper at Texas State University, has fired the author of a controversial opinion piece that proclaimed “white death will mean liberation for all” amid calls from a growing chorus of students that the paper should be defunded.