Whites have recently come under attack by liberal America led by the black lives matter group and liberal America has only exacerbated the problem by continuing to incite the unwanted race-war. In a recent 'battle' a group of black students at a university has decided to target white Americans. Luckily for us the university saw through this attack and had the absolute perfect response.

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A group of minority students at Pitzer College posted ads for “people of color” to be their roommates, adding that whites need not apply. However, they never expected that the college’s first black president would see their racist promotion, prompting him to give the perfect response.

Thanks to the promotion of skin color over character, leftists have succeeded in setting race relations back half-a-century, creating the same segregation and racial hatred America fought so hard to overcome. Now, many in the minority communities have become the very bigots they claim to despise, once again dividing the freest nation on earth.

Campus Reform reports that Karé Ureña and her roommates posted a vacancy in their off-campus housing on Facebook. In her advertisement, she explained that they wanted “POC [people of color] only,” reiterating her racist request by adding, “I don’t want to live with any white folks.” Almost instantly, a heated debate ensued.

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Dalia Zada (PZ ’18) expressed concerns about the anti-white discrimination. “‘POC only?’ Maybe I’m missing something or misunderstanding your post, but how is that not a racist thing to say?”

“This is directed to protect POC, not white people. Don’t see how this is racist at all…” responded AJ León (PZ ’18), a member of the Pitzer Latino Student Union.

“People of color are allowed to create safe POC only spaces. It is not reverse racism or discriminatory, it is self preservation [sic],” Sara Roschdi (PZ ’17), another Pitzer Latino Student Union member, stated. “Reverse racism isn’t a thing.”

While Ureña and her fragile safe space buddies were busy ironically explaining why certain races should be allowed to exclude other races, they had no idea that someone else had stumbled across their bigoted rant. The Claremont Independent reports that Melvin Oliver, Pitzer College’s first black president, saw how the millennials were justifying their own closed-mindedness and publicly denounced them.

“Recently, an article in local media quoted Facebook comments made by Pitzer students regarding their preference in race for their roommates in non-Pitzer housing. Specifically, the post indicated that only people of color should inquire about the housing option,” President Oliver stated in his first-ever email to the Pitzer College community. “While Pitzer is a community of individuals passionately engaged in establishing intracultural safe spaces for marginalized groups, the Facebook post and several subsequent comments are inconsistent with our Mission and values.”

Oliver added that he refuses to tolerate the isolation of “individuals on the basis of any protected status,” including the notion that just because one is a minority that they can promote racial segregation.

The definition of racism is the belief that all members of any particular race possess certain characteristics that distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race. It is quite literally the prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed at a different race, which is exactly what these students are doing.

Even their justification that they cannot be considered racist because of their own racial characteristics is racist in itself. They are identifying their own race and other minority races as superior and deserving of distinctive privileges simply because they deem themselves wronged.

However, even this is not a cry for equality. This is a demand for a promotion of certain races and disparaging others based on nothing more than skin color. As for those without a minority pedigree, Ureña and her kith would like to see them socially demoted and treated unequally as second-class citizens.

 

 

 

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