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Black Professor Says Killing White People Might be Necessary for ‘Black Liberation’

Yesterday, I was interviewed for an exposé  on the profit-making, non-profit, anti-Christian advocacy group the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). The SPLC has been in the fund-raising business for decades. Its store of cash and its pursuit of “hate crimes” (not real crimes) are notorious. Even liberal advocacy groups have noted how the SPLC uses fear, white guilt, and black pain to raise millions of dollars.

When there were not enough KKK and skinhead organizations out there to raise money off of, the SPLC came up with the ingenious idea of manufacturing hate groups, haters who may be your neighbors. It was genius and a monetary bonanza!

What the SPLC refuses to do is find true hate that does not fit its leftist agenda. Where has the SPLC been when conservative speakers have been denied access to college campuses and threatened with violence where they have been invited to speak?

This type of real hate does not fit the SPLC narrative that “hate” is a condition of the right. If you disagree with the leftist agenda, you are by SPLC definition part of a hate organization or a hate group. Real hate mongers do not qualify because the SPLC can’t raise money from leftist donors by pointing out how hateful and intolerant leftists are.

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The latest hate-mongering that advocates violence against white people comes from, of all places, Texas A&M University where Tommy Curry is a professor. Curry teaches “Radical Black Philosophies” and “Social and Political Philosophy.” He advocates “Critical Race Theory” which is akin to cultural racism.

Someone, please explain to me why courses like these exist? Who would take these courses? Most likely, people spoiling for a fight rather than wanting to be prepared for gainful employment.“

“When we have this conversation about violence, or killing white people, it has to be looked at in the context of historical turn,” said Curry. “And the fact that we’ve had no one address, like how relevant and how solidified this kind of tradition is, for black people saying look, in order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people may have to die.”

Professor Curry’s comments on the following radio show have been around since 2012. Where has the SPLC been? Where has Texas A&M been?

As far as I can see, Curry is still teaching at Texas A&M.

Texas A&M is finally getting around to scrutinizing Curry’s anti-white, violence-laden comments. It’s only taken the university five years!

“Texas A&M University officials have described as alarming several comments made by a tenured professor in a nearly 5-year-old YouTube interview in which he discusses racial divide over time.

“Amy Smith, A&M’s chief marketing and communications officer, told The Eagle on Wednesday evening that administrators found the statements made by Tommy Curry ‘alarming on many levels and we find it certainly in direct contrast with Aggie core values in its content.’” (The Eagle)

If there are any Aggie graduates reading this, maybe it’s time you give the marketing department a call. You might also want to call the folks at the SPLC and ask them where they’ve been for the last five years. That’s right, the organization has been as silent on this guy as it has been on one of its loyal followers who tried to murder people at the Family Research Council in Washington, DC, after reading on the SPLC site that the organization was designated a “hate group.” Floyd Lee Corkins targeted them because the SPLC “hate list” said they were “anti-gay.”

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