Although former college instructor Lisa Durden is a vile anti-white Negress, I strongly oppose her firing by New Jersey’s Essex County College.
One reason is that if teachers can be fired for what they say outside the classroom in a public forum, then conservatives will be the ones fired in 99 out of 100 instances.
The second reason is that I believe in free speech. Lisa Durden did not threaten anyone when she appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program. She didn’t advocate violence. All she did was show that she has issues with white people. Well, lots of white people have issues with black people. Let everyone have his say.
Essex College didn’t see things my way. The college president who fired the untenured adjunct instructor is black.
The issue of her firing is separate from whether blacks should be hired as college instructors to begin with. My position is that ladies and gentlemen of color should NEVER be employed in higher education. If you look at the distribution of black IQ, there simply are no blacks with the level of intelligence required to effectively teach college students. I strongly suspect that black Essex College is populated with dumb teachers and dumb students going through the motions to get phony degrees that mean NOTHING.
A college professor who recently appeared on Fox News to defend a Black Lives Matter event in which only black people were invited has been fired.
It was announced Friday that Lisa Durden, a former adjunct professor at Essex County College in New Jersey, would be let go from her job following a heated argument on the June 6 episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight. While speaking about an “all-black Memorial Day celebration” hosted by a Black Lives Matter group, Durden, who is black, told the host “you white people are angry because you couldn’t use your white privilege card” to attend the event.
The former professor, who taught communications and pop culture classes as an adjunct according to the Newark Star-Ledger, also called America a “racist society.”
“The college was immediately inundated with feedback from students, faculty and prospective students and their families expressing frustration, concern and even fear that the views expressed by a college employee (with influence over students) would negatively impact their experience on the campus,” newly appointed Essex County College President Anthony Munroe said in a statement, according to NJ.com. “I fully believe that institutions of higher learning must provide a safe space for students… The character of this institution mandates that we embrace diversity, inclusion, and unity. Racism cannot be fought with more racism.”
Munroe said the school suspended her with pay for six working days and fired her after a public meeting at which Durden addressed the school’s board on June 20.
“The college affirms its right to select employees who represent the institution appropriately and are aligned with our mission,” Munroe said, while noting it “supports and affirms the right of free speech and independent views and expressions of those views for our faculty and staff.”
Durden, who did not mention the school she worked for during the interview, told NJ.com that she was abruptly suspended following her appearance on the show, only learning that she had to cancel her classes when she arrived on campus on June 8 to teach one.
“They did this to humiliate me,” she said. “Essex County College publicly lynched me in front of my students.”
After her firing, Durden told NJ.com that said she has received support from staff members and students. The Newark resident said she thought living in a “black and brown city” and working for a “black and brown college” would be a “safe space” for her to share her viewpoints.
“It should be a safe place for me,” she said. “I thought when I came home from war, I would be safe.” Instead, “I was fired.”
Honey, there are no safe spaces for white people, who are subject to victimization by black thugs anytime,anyplace.
Watch the full interview, which is less than 7 minutes. Lisa Durden is actually pretty likable when she’s not arguing for Black Lives Matter, although Tucker can’t shut her up. Like many black women, she’s a real loudmouth.
I don’t mind black folks having their own segregated parties and events, so long as white people are given the same privilege. That’s where Tucker would disagree with me. He’s for integration; I’m for segregation.