In a comment on my latest post, Farm Boy at 15 June, 2021 at 4:21 pm gave us this link:
From the linked article:
The group Student Solidarity at OSU argued that the incident was not a hate crime, as racial slurs directed toward White people “are not based on a history of violence and oppression towards White people.”
I would like to ask them, at what point does an attack become a racial hate crime?
The university reported that the verbal attack was followed by a physical attack. It was clear from the student group’s reaction that they still did not think it amounted to a racial attack.
But what if the black students had murdered the white student? What if they had gone on to murder his family as well? What if they had formed a gang and gone around murdering white people because they are white? What if the racist-but-not-racist movement grew into a world-wide slaughter intent on racial genocide?
Q: When will all the world realize that this woke dogma (“Racism directed toward white people is not racist”) is sick gobbledygook?
A: When it’s too late, and then the lesson that was inherent within it while the victim still existed will no longer be inherent and will never be learned.
The entire madhouse is deserving of demolition, I think.