Colleges and universities are the most anti-white institutions in our culture. Having spent 30 years in academia, I can tell you that professors and administrators are like cattle. They look to the lead steer to lead them. Today’s lead steers are cultural Marxists. Thus the sheep follow in order to get raises, grants, course releases, travel money, and other perks doled out by leftist administrators to favorites.
Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who might be struggling to fill an ethnic studies requirement for graduation have a new course available to them. “The Problem of Whiteness” — yep, this is for real — will be offered in the spring semester, according to UW’s website.
“Since white supremacy was created by white people, is it not white folks who have the greatest responsibility to eradicate it?” the class description reads. “Our class begins here. We will come together with our socially ascribed identities of black, white, mixed and other and, with the problem properly in its place we will ask ourselves and our allies, what are we going to do with it?”
The description goes on to say: “Critical Whiteness Studies aims to understand how whiteness is socially constructed and experienced in order to help dismantle white supremacy. It explores how [white people] consciously and unconsciously perpetuate institutional racism and how this not only devastates communities of color but also perpetuates the oppression of most white folks along the lines of class and gender. In this class, we will ask what an ethical white identity entails, what it means to be #woke, and consider the journal Race Traitor’s motto, “treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity.”
It’s not the first time colleges have offered this course. Last year an Arizona State University course entitled “U.S. Race Theory and the Problem of Whiteness” sparked protests and elicited hate mail for the instructor.
The new course at Wisconsin is part of the school’s Department of African Cultural Studies. The associate professor teaching the course, Damon Sajnani, will be teaching one other course this spring: “Global Hiphop and Social Justice.”
Another effort earlier this year, called Our Wisconsin, was criticized for actually exacerbating racial tensions as students began selling anti-white and anti-police hoodies, Campus Reform reported. The slogans on the hoodies asserted: “All White People Are Racist.”
The state legislature could cut off funding for this type of anti-white propaganda, but only if it has the political will to do so.
The objective is to guilt trip as many white students as possible while creating a cadre of hard-core young leftists ready to create chaos for the next 50 years.
Recall the steady advice given here: Never donate money to any university. It will be misused.