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Rutgers Prof Lashes Out at White People While Defending Critical Race Theory

Rutgers Prof Lashes Out at White People While Defending Critical Race Theory

“We gotta take these m—–f—–s out”

Is this really appropriate for an educator? Try to imagine the outrage if the races were reversed.

Campus Reform reports:

‘Take these m—–f—–s out’: Rutgers prof rails against white people while defending CRT

During a talk titled “Unpacking the Attacks on Critical Race Theory,” Rutgers University professor Brittney Cooper called white people villains and said that they “kind of deserve” the current declining birth rate.

She also told writer Michael Harriot, “I think that white people are committed to being villains in the aggregate.”

The event took place on Sept. 21 as part of The Root Institute, a conference hosted by an African American-focused online publication called The Root. President Biden delivered this year’s opening address.

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.

Cooper began teaching at the university in 2012, and she has been paid a six-figure salary each year from 2018 onward. Cooper did not respond to request for comment, though an auto-reply email stated that she is not regularly checking email because she is on sabbatical leave.

Rutgers is funded in part by both federal and state taxpayer dollars; it is New Jersey’s flagship public university. This fiscal year, 18.9 percent of the university’s budget comes from state appropriations. Additional taxpayer dollars flow to the university through federal student aid, research grants, and COVID relief.

She addressed the rising cost of living for white people, saying, “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.”

When asked if white people would ever release the power they currently hold, Cooper answered, “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, I truly don’t,” because “our souls suffer from that.”

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“I think that white people are committed to being villains in the aggregate.”

You have just declared yourself to be a bigot. In case no one ever mentioned it to you, this makes you a terrible human being. No one should ever listen to you or even deal with you at all. Go away.

    Kevin in reply to irv. | October 26, 2021 at 7:20 pm

    All this is is a bunch of gobbledygook for a Women’s and Gender Studies prof to say to make herself sound as if she has a point to make. “Villians in the aggregate”. I mean, WTF does that really mean? That in itself is the most breathtakingly racist thing I’ve ever heard. For that matter, 90% of the most racist things I’ve ever heard came from blacks, or whites trying to virtue signal to blacks. Blacks seem to want to make white people out as evil because whites invented everything that makes modern life possible. I’m sorry there weren’t any blacks around when people invented the electric motor, or steam power, or the internet ( Al Gore, are you listening?). Automobiles, airplanes, trains, rockets, computers, cell phones, the telephone, the telegraph, ships, the fricking wheel! Sorry, there were no blacks around when any of these things were invented. Its just the facts. I don’t know why. There weren’t any trans people, either. Perhaps because they are a creation of mentally ill people has something to do with that. There were some gays, but certainly not a large amount, as until 20 years ago people still thought being gay was a mental issue. The world is what it is largely thru the efforts, creativity, and brain power of white people. No racism involved, it’s just the way it happened. And the only way blacks will get out of the hole that the largest % of their population is in is for them to stop shooting each other, stay in school, and stop blaming every-fucking-body else for their plight. The reason whites are scared of blacks and stay away from them is because there are alot of blacks who will rob and kill you. Simple facts. If blacks stop their thuggish behavior, start taking responsibility for their own actions, such as HAVING A CHILD, and things will get better. Trying to make out that it’s REALLY the fault of white people will never change the fact that every person is responsible for their own actions. No one will ever pay you, or give you any kind of money for things that happened 150 years ago. Hurt feelings or “rage at the white man” ain’t gonna be a paying job for anybody. Sorry

      Pepsi_Freak in reply to Kevin. | October 27, 2021 at 11:21 am

      “Hurt feelings or “rage at the white man” ain’t gonna be a paying job for anybody. Sorry”

      I dunno. “The Reverend” Sharpton seems to be doing pretty well with that.

        There’s plenty of demand for non white employees to carry the white hating CRT banner in government and business. They’ll find plenty of jobs.

    Yuckster in reply to irv. | October 27, 2021 at 10:05 am

    The people that nodded and agreed with this statement are no different than Hitler’s followers in 1920-1930 Germany. Hearing hate and not speaking out against it, is evil as well.

Who’s the villain when she says we have to take white people out (but she doesn’t believe in violence)? Is that one of those dog whistles we keep hearing about?

She’s a terrible person, a terrible teacher, and Rutgers is a terrible university for continuing to employ such a racist

This person is an obvious bigot who should not be teaching anywhere

The root is rotten to the core…I’ve wandered over to that site and saw the ridiculous displays of blatantly evil projection and the fascination with all things totalitarian and anti-white.

Dont’ go there…you can’t unsee it and it just makes you want to hate.

She clearly is screaming for attention. Perhaps learning respect for others, and by ceasing her narcissistic focus on gender and skin tone she might find fulfillment in her life (beyond gorging).

Regardless, her absolute stupidity is evidenced in her failure to understand the implicit social reciprocity conventions that most cultures have accepted in order to succeed.

Has she never heard: “Your rights end at the tip of my nose.”; or “You have no right to yell ‘Fire !’ in a theater, when no fire is present.” ? And, this the “Silver Rule”, clearly in her self-interest: “Do nothing to others you would not have done to you.” ?

How do Rutgers’ trustees and academic leaders rationalize such toxic waste as “academic freedom” ? And, what purpose in preparing students for a lifetime of continual learning and productive living does the useless carbon-footprint of Brittany Cooper serve … other than to demonstrate how one should not waste their life ?

Article after article has been suggesting to me that, other than soiboi Kendi, the VAST majority of these wacked-out activists are crazy women. Any studies?

The Friendly Grizzly | October 26, 2021 at 5:38 pm

A women and Gender Studies professor. I am so shocked I am falling off my chair.

George_Kaplan | October 26, 2021 at 6:41 pm

So it’s not that racially motivated homicide is evil, she’s concerned about the karmic cost or something.

Here she is:

https://womens-studies.rutgers.edu/people/core-faculty/66-people/core-faculty/572-cooper-brittney

I assume she has control over this page, and that’s how she wants to present herself.

Hate speech.

I am pleased and proud to live in a diverse country.

For this dipshit, Liberia calls.

Q: What’s the most dangerous thing you can do around Brittney Cooper?

A: Get between her and the buffet line at Golden Corral.

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