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Despite explicitly stating the massacre of white people during the bloody Haitian revolution was "a good thing" and wishing for "white genocide" on Christmas eve, professor George Ciccariello-Maher says Drexel University supports him.
A Drexel University professor, whose tweet that he wanted "white genocide" for Christmas sparked a firestorm of criticism from the school and social media, said on Tuesday that administrators supported his right to take part in political debate.
He is an expert on Latin American social movements with about 10,000 Twitter followers.This is fake news. Ciccariello-Maher explicitly clarified his comment to say the massacre of whites during the Haitian revolution "was a good thing indeed."
Ciccariello-Maher has a rich history of anti-white hate preaching as The Daily Caller reported on Sunday:
Ciccariello-Maher’s anti-white tweets, however, did not start this weekend. On Feb 3, 2013, the Drexel professor said that “Yacub made a lot of white folks.” According to Nation of Islam theology, Yacub is a black scientist who created the white race to be a “race of devils.”Reuters continues:
Ciccariello-Maher said in an email that he had spoken with Drexel administrators by phone about the tweet.I'm sure if a white professor "joked" about genociding blacks the university would be just as understanding and the fake news media would run cover for his comments.
"White genocide" is a conspiracy theory promoted by white nationalists who contend that majority-white countries promote low fertility and immigration to wipe out the white population.College professors can explicitly wish for white genocide and say the massacre of whites is "a good thing indeed," but to suggest there's an agenda in "majority-white countries" to "promote low fertility and immigration to wipe out the white population" is a "conspiracy theory."
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