College campuses pride themselves on being safe spaces — but not for white people:
Texas State University’s student newspaper published an op-ed Tuesday telling “white people” that “your DNA is an abomination.”
“When I think of all the white people I’ve ever encountered—whether they’ve been professors, peers, lovers, friends, police officers, et cetera—there is perhaps only a dozen I would consider ‘decent,’” student columnist Rudy Martinez begins the op-ed, which The University Star has not posted on its website.
From there, it goes downhill. Martinez — whose name suggests that he is descended in part from Conquistadors or Spanish colonists — barks about “stolen land,” as if Europeans were the only group ever to expand into new territory, yelps about “white privilege,” and more:
Addressing white classmates, he asserts that “you were not born white,” but rather “became white” and “actively remain white” through “allegiance to a country that was never great.”
Martinez shouts at whites:
“Remember this: I hate you because you shouldn’t exist.”
Imagine if someone of American heritage used a college newspaper south of the border to denounce Hispanics and Mexico. Such a jackass would not be well received — to the credit of Mexicans.
In stark contrast, liberal Americans depraved by moonbattery fall over themselves in their eagerness to provide soapboxes and megaphones to characters like Rudy Martinez.
On a tip from J.
Looks like even now, it is still possible to cross the line — at least, it is if you generate enough negative publicity. Rudy Martinez has been banned from The University Star.
A-Quaalude-too-far. Somethings never change, generations come and go, the college changes its name but the Quaalude supply remains stable.