UC President ADMITS She is a Racist?Claims ALL White People Are Racist

If you are white, according to the President of the University of California, you are a racist. That means Eric Garcetti, Jerry Brown, San Fran Nan, Jim Brulte and John Burton, are all racists?because they are white. This is the mentality that is running our government schools. By extension, every white student that is enrolled is a racist, as is every professor that is hired that is white.

If the President of the UC system really believes this, why isn?t she firing the white professors and expelling the white students? In fact she should also fire all Administrators that are white?if they are racist they should not work for the people of California. The first person she should fire is herself?she is a white racist, by her own definition.

?In a Dec. 5 op-ed, the president of California State University (CSU) claimed if you are ?light skinned? you have ?significant unearned privilege? and routinely think less of those who are different than yourself.

In her piece, ?Privilege at The Beach,??referencing the Long Beach area where the school resides?Jane Close Conoley, a white woman herself, asserts that ?light skin color and high income levels may attract significant unearned privilege.? Those who qualify for such privilege, often unknowingly exert distrust and ?lower expectations of behavior? on those of another skin color.?

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Univ. of Calif Pres: All Light Skinned People are Automatically Racist

By Warner Todd Huston, Publius Forum, 12/11/14

This is the utter stupidity that our tax dollars are paying for in our failed institutes of ?higher? learning. The president of the University of California says that all ?light skinned? peoples everywhere are automatically racist simply because they happen to have light skin.

This sort of ?thinking? is the very definition of racist. UofC prez Jane Close Conoley is herself a virulent racist to automatically assume that a skin color means that someone is inherently one thing or another. It is the very definition of racism to assume that a mere skin color can tell us all we need to know of someone.

Racist Conoley made her racist statements in a recent article.

In a Dec. 5 op-ed, the president of California State University (CSU) claimed if you are ?light skinned? you have ?significant unearned privilege? and routinely think less of those who are different than yourself.

In her piece, ?Privilege at The Beach,??referencing the Long Beach area where the school resides?Jane Close Conoley, a white woman herself, asserts that ?light skin color and high income levels may attract significant unearned privilege.? Those who qualify for such privilege, often unknowingly exert distrust and ?lower expectations of behavior? on those of another skin color.

?This privilege can manifest itself in numerous ways that afford automatic trust, deference, and security,? writes Conoley, in the piece first noticed by the Pundit Press. ?Those who are less affluent with darker skin or from other cultures can be targets of micro to macro aggressions, distrust, and low expectations for behavior.?

Conoley claims that if a non-white person walks into a department store they may be followed by employees and their presence is often times acknowledged with ?suspicion and fear.?

?Those with privilege are often unaware of this discrepancy, as people treat them with respect?as all individuals should be treated,? Conoley writes. ?When they enter department stores they are greeted with smiles and offers of help. When they ask questions or request additional service, they are answered cordially. On approach, they are seen as benign.?

This is the sort of childish, illogical, politically skewed (and politically motivated) garbage our tax dollars are paying for in the nation?s colleges. It is further proof that if conservatives don?t take back our system of education, we will continue to lose the culture war.

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