If you want to know how out of control social justice warriors have gotten on our college campuses, then I may direct you to the University of Texas at San Antonio, where students are proudly launching an unabashedly racist magazine.
According to Campus Reform, students launched “No Whites Allowed,” a magazine said to be for “QPoC” or “Queer People of Color.” According to the Facebook page, the launch event will allow white people to attend, but the celebration is for LGBT members of the black or brown community.
The description for the event reads “for a very long time, black and brown people, especially those who are queer, have been told that they don’t have a space. That they don’t have a voice or a say. With this we would like to create a space.”
It doesn’t elaborate on who said that or when that was said, but we can assume by all the black and brown celebrities and politicians that exist on the world stage that they are indeed mistaken. I believe the Democrats are putting a lot of their hopes on one such black woman to run against Donald Trump right now, who made her name as the woman who everybody loved to hear speak.
This event wasn’t launched in a narrative vacuum, as the group was indeed confronted about their racism. The man who pointed out the bigotry was then told that his attempt to promote equality was the product of our sexist, homophobic, white society.
Oh, and apparently inclusion isn’t inherently good now, despite the social justice left demanding everything be more inclusive:
“Support from white people and heterosexual people is appreciated but is not necessary for the success of this event,” she continued, stating in a second comment that “inclusion is not inherently good, and exclusion is not inherently bad.”
An individual named Thor Menslage questioned whether the event would constitute “racism” by excluding “whites,” but he was rebuffed by defenders of the event who stated that “there have literally been whites-only establishments that were government sanctioned and approved.”
“So you’re saying that because segregation happened, it’s fine to be racist against Whites?” Menslage countered, to which another student, Katie Gee scoffed that “equality is just more cishet [cisgender heterosexual] white supremacist patriarchy trying to write the narrative.”
“We have a host of liberal organizations who regularly pass around anti-white propaganda,” one anonymous student told Campus Reform. “Our campus does nothing about this, doesn’t label it hate speech, won’t remove it, etc.”
This is the social justice left’s insanity on display. Inclusion or exclusion is something they can pick and choose to be appropriate, and that time seems to be when it’s showing racism against the white or male community.
Luckily, this was not endorsed or supported by the University of Texas, who upon seeing the flyers for the event on their campus, took them down.
“This flyer showed up on Feb. 15,” he said. “It was not approved or authorized by the university and was not affiliated with any campus organization or event. It was immediately removed,” UTSA Chief Communications Officer Joe Izbrand told Campus Reform.