Monday, November 09, 2015

Victory at Mizzou! Black Supremacist Race Hoaxers Take Over Campus at the University of Missouri-Columbia


Black protesters celebrate their victory over the University of Missouri

Excerpted by Nicholas Stix

Madness in Missouri: Football is Not Worth America’s Future
By Paul Kersey
November 9, 2015, 9:23 p.m.

[See also:

Report from Occupied America: Free the Mizzou Two!]

Capitulation, self-abasement, groveling—are the words even strong enough to describe the actions of Tim Wolfe [Email him] president of the University of Missouri, who has just resigned because of pressure exerted on him by what amounts to a black lynch mob? [Tim Wolfe, University of Missouri System President, Resigns, by John Eligon, New York Times, November 9, 2015] The Chancellor of the University, R. Bowen Loftin, has also been forced out.

The power of social media, a climate of extreme white guilt, the moral hegemony of black issues in America, and the leverage a football team has over a sports-mad community, forced Wolfe, a white man, to resign his position of authority because of incidents he had no hand in creating [How the Missouri football team just took down its university president, by Philip Bump, Washington Post, November 9, 2015]

Hilariously, the 4-5 Missouri Tigers football team wasn’t entirely united in threatening to boycott the upcoming game against BYU unless Wolfe resigned. One white player has been quoted as saying: “”As much as we want to say everyone is united, half the team and coaches—black and white—are pissed. If we were 9-0, this wouldn’t be happening” [Missouri player says many on team don’t support practice boycott, by Sheldon Richardson, ESPN, November 9, 2015].

[Read the whole thing at VDARE.]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

He had to resign because his testicles were shrinking by the hour...and the Chancellor caught the same problem.If these guys can t stand up to a minority protest over nothing--I can t be optimistic about the future..This is nothing but appeasement and cowardice.Maybe someone, somewhere will stand their ground.I d love to see it for many reasons---as soon as possible.