NO WHITES ALLOWED at Georgetown University “dialogue event” on racism… because the organizers are racists

Sunday, May 27, 2018 by

Students with fair skin were told that they couldn’t attend a recent “community dialogue” session about racism that was held on the campus of Georgetown University because the racist campus group that organized it wanted it to be a “safe space” accessible only by browns and blacks.

Known as “Georgetown United Against Police Aggression” (GUAPA), this anti-white cohort of radical racists basically converged a gathering of non-whites to fuss and moan about “police aggression,” which apparently only affects people who aren’t white. In an announcement on Facebook, GUAPA wrote in no uncertain terms:

“It’s time to talk. All of us have a story about GUPD (Georgetown University Police Department). All of us know someone who has been targeted. Let’s do something about it. Come this Tuesday for community and discussion. This space will center the voices and experiences of students of color, allies for the safety of students of color, allies are not welcome to attend this preliminary dialogue.”

In other words, white people have never been victims of police abuse, according to GUAPA, which means that only non-whites are allowed to talk about police abuse in a public forum. Even white people who GUAPA considers to be “allies” in support of its racist mission are relegated to third-class status, simply because of the color of their skin.

Here’s a small sampling of some of the MANY incidents in which white people have endured abuse by police officers

That GUAPA even exists at all at Georgetown says a lot about the dismal state of “higher education” in America today, which has been all but completely obliterated as a result of affirmative action. The racist members of GUAPA are clearly of such low intelligence that they fail to recognize that white people are victims of police abuse, too.

Here are a few prominent examples from recent headlines that didn’t make the cut in national news, seeing as how they don’t quite fit the narrative that “people of color” are the only victims of police abuse:

• In 2016, a now-28-year-old police officer by the name of Philip Brailsford opened fire on an unarmed white man by the name of Daniel Shaver, murdering him in cold blood. Brailsford was later acquitted for murdering Shaver, even though the whole incident was captured on tape.

• Justine Damond, a white woman from Minnesota, was shot and killed by a black police officer named Mohamed Noor after calling 911 about “a possible assault in the alley behind her home.” Noor later turned himself in for murder and manslaughter of an innocent woman, but the story never gained national attention because Damond was white instead of black.

• A white man from Iowa was shot and killed by police during a routine traffic stop. Like the other aforementioned incidents, there was no nationwide call for change or any “White Lives Matter” protests in response.

Even the left-leaning Newsweek media outlet reported back in late 2017 that far more white people than black people are killed by police officers, which makes them prime candidates for discussions about police abuse like the one that recently took place at Georgetown.

According to actual statistics, only about one-quarter of all police shootings involve black people. The other 75 percent are white victims, almost none of whom are given a voice on the national stage to rally-cry for justice. Racist blacks and browns, as well as their brainwashed white allies, simply don’t allow for this type of equality.

For more insane news on the prolific racism of black and brown people on college and university campuses, visit CampusInsanity.com.

Sources for this article include:

Breitbart.com

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