VIDEO: “I’m not a racist. I’m just studying.”

This article cites two examples of major U.S. universities condoning abusive treatment of white faculty and students at the hands of campus race arsonists.

Millions of people have watched video of a racially-charged incident that recently occurred in the multicultural center at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus.

Two belligerent black female students angrily demanded that two white male students, who were quietly studying, must immediately leave the school’s recently established multicultural center.

One of the white male students had a sticker on his laptop that read “Police lives matter,” which triggered the black female students to accuse him of being—you guessed it—a racist.

Had the skin colors been reversed, with white students aggressively confronting peaceful black students, the white students would have been summarily kicked out of school for committing a hate crime.

But because the racially confrontational students were black, Arizona State’s woke administration swept the incident under the rug by characterizing it as nothing more than a harmless disagreement.


The race-baiting black students in the video have been well coached by Democrats at inciting racially-charged incidents on college campuses as a means of keeping racial tensions at a boiling point.

There will never be racial harmony in America because Democrats will never allow it.

The type of ugly incident that took place at Arizona State occurs with regularity at leading institutions of higher learning across America, and is invariably given a pass by woke college presidents who give a wink and a nod to race arson politics.


White students peacefully studying aren’t the only targets of campus race arsonists.

Using the police killing of George Floyd as an opportunity to incite anti-white hatred on campus, more than 200 left-wing faculty at Princeton University signed a letter in July 2020 that contained a long list of demands pertaining to alleged “anti-blackness and racism” at the Ivy League school.

Professor of Classics Joshua Katz issued a strongly worded public critique of some of the demands, which included giving unearned benefits, such as additional pay, to all faculty members, except those who were born white.

Led by the school’s spineless president, Chris Eisgruber, Princeton’s perpetually outraged racial grievance community went on the attack, calling Katz a racist and harshly condemning him for daring to express politically unapproved opinions. So much for academic freedom at one of America’s leading universities.

Read more about the tar and feathering of Prof. Katz here.

Please read My Letter to the President of Princeton about “Systemic Racism”

John Edison. All rights reserved

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