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Dec. 10, 2018
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Twitter SJWs targeted and doxed Columbia student Julian von Abele over an out-of-context video where he went on a late-night drunken rant saying white people "invented the modern world."
Columbia student Aala Nasir posted the video Sunday on Twitter, saying "Twitter do your thing."
Twitter "did their thing" by doxing him immediately and demanding his life be destroyed.
Here's how the video went down via Heavy:
The video opens with von Abele, wearing a blazer and a button down shirt, loudly proclaiming, “We invented the modern world.”You can hear the other students yelling at him at the start of the video as well.
“Who?” someone asks him. “Europeans,” von Abele clarifies. (He doesn’t answer when someone asks, in mock surprise, whether he is European himself.)You can hear a student respond saying, "I just want to kick him. I just want kick him."
He goes on, “We saved billions of people from starvation. We built modern civilization.” You can hear the other students expressing shock. “Oh, my God,” one says. Another asks, “what about slavery?”They do not protest his characterization of their comments as saying white people are "so bad." They instead cited slavery as evidence of white people's badness.
“White people are the best thing ever,” he yells. “I love myself and I love my people,” he yells, jumping up and down.The video also shows one student shoving her finger into Abele's face:
The Columbia Spectator accused von Abele of "spewing racist, white supremacist rhetoric":
In a statement sent to students Sunday evening, the deans of Columbia College, the School of General Studies, and the School of Engineering and Applied Science denounced the “racially charged incident,” and invited undergraduates to an open reflection on Monday night from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in Lerner Hall. Barnard administrators also emailed students reiterating the importance of campus safety in regard to diversity and inclusion.According to Columbia student Kwolanne Felix, as reported by Bwog, a bystander called a "public safety officer" to the scene who determined von Abele didn't actually do anything wrong.
"Ultimately the Public Safety officer lingers and when we ask for action, [the officer] replies, 'He is just saying how he feels," Felix said, evidently outraged by his lack of action.
Columbia University also sent out this statement Sunday night:
Dear Undergraduate Students,You can see from von Abele's YouTube he appears to be a boy genius (this video is from 2013):
He also wrote a book on quantum physics in 2015 titled, "Physics Reforged: The New Theory of Parallel Universes, Hidden Dimensions, and the Fringes of Reality," which people appear to be buying just to support him.
Though these social justice warriors are throwing out all sorts of wild accusations against him, the only actual "crime" -- as opposed to "thought crime" -- which may have occurred on video is the woman appearing to assault him by shoving her finger in his face.
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