Much of white society has been browbeaten into submission by the radical left’s racial victimization ideology. The application of white guilt being so thorough that even the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors is apologizing to a black man who talked about gassing white people.
Eva Vlaardingerbroek, a Dutch political commentator, summed up the sad state of affairs perfectly in asking what’s left to say?
Barnard College English instructor Ben Philippe, a black man, created a firestorm in response to a depiction in his book about gassing white people.
The segment in the book is titled, “Sure, I’ll be your Black Friend,” and Phillipe offers his fantasy on the mass killing of white people, borrowing from Nazi Germany.
“When this race war hits its crescendo, I’ll gather you all into a beautifully decorated room under the pretense of unity,” he wrote. “I’ll give a speech to civility and all the good times we share; I’ll smile as we raise glasses to your good, white health, while the detonator blinks under the table, knowing the exits are locked and the air vents filled with gas.”
Vlaardingerbroek, who called the passage “gruesome,” shared audio of Philippe being interviewed on Canadian radio by a Jewish woman who asked about that segment of his book.
Watch me respond one of the most shocking examples of anti-white sentiment I’ve ever come across, in which author Ben Philippe talks about gassing (yes, gassing) his white friends. And it gets worse. Watch till the end to hear what the Jewish woman who interviews him has to say. pic.twitter.com/tVzWl2zdPV
— Eva Vlaardingerbroek (@EvaVlaar) May 6, 2021
“I guess I was wrestling with the question that, isn’t the end result of that, all-out warfare, like, ‘Game of Thrones’-style warfare? And what does that look like? And I lived in that sort of stray thought for a few pages,” Philippe responded.
“And it was disturbing to write, too. Because I’m not a violent person,” he said, before laughingly claiming, “I love all my white friends.”
As disgusting as the whole concept is, it gets worse as Vlaardingerbroek warned in her tweet. Far worse.
The woman, identified online as host Talia Schlanger, is taken aback by the notion.
“She’s obviously shocked,” Vlaardingerbroek observed.
“I’m a Jewish person and… grandparents survived the Holocaust,” Schlanger told Philippe. “I can’t tell you how it felt to read that sentiment.”
“And I wanted to say to you that I’m so sorry that your experience of the world made you feel that way,” she added.
Vlaardingerbroek buried her head in her hands when she heard Schlanger apologize. More importantly, she went on to ask a serious question that society honestly needs to ponder.
“If this type of highly, highly disgusting, like deeply hateful, violent rhetoric — if this is something that now a modern day Jewish woman who had her grandparents survive the Holocaust listens to and says ‘I’m so sorry for you that the world made you feel this way’ — you’re still the victim in all of this — where are we heading?” she asked.
“Really, like where are we heading?”
While some talk about free speech and academic freedom, recent history has proven that had a conservative instructor made such a remark, they’d be out of a job today.
But the larger picture is that the highly toxic critical race theory being taught in many schools today is ushering in the very sentiment Philippe gave voice to. Which is part of a campaign designed to break down society in order to build back better — a quest for a progressive Shangri-La that will include financial reparation, of course.
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