Student debate highlights shocking anti-white racism at Harvard University
Paul Joseph Watson
March 15, 2016
A YouTube video shows two black student activists from the University of West Georgia asserting that white people should kill themselves in order to atone for “white privilege”.
The debate, which was held at Harvard University, features Damiyr Davis and Miguel Felician from the University of West Georgia, who won second place at the 2013 Cross-Examination Debate Association Nationals.
A glowing University of West Georgia write-up of the pair explains that Davis and Felician have, “already established themselves as one of the elite teams in the country.”
During the debate, Felician argues that “white life is wrong” and that white people shouldn’t be able to affirm that their lives have value.
“Our argument is that we should never affirm white life,” asserts Felician because “white life is based off of black subjugation.”
When a white debater asks if his friend should kill himself, Felician responds, “I don’t see why not, it’s ethical.”
Felician says the white student should kill himself “because you have white privilege.”
“Why does having white privilege necessarily mean I should kill myself, why shouldn’t I struggle against the structures that….,” asks the white student.
“Struggling against the structure means putting yourself on the line, putting your body on the line, do it….affirmative suicide, that’s cool, it’s one little step in the right direction” responds Felician.
According to the description accompanying the video, “Miguel Feliciano works as an instructor at Coppin State University’s Eddie Conway Liberation Institute, run by Professor Shanara Reid-Brinkley of the University of Pittsburgh.”
As I explore in the video below, “white privilege” is no longer a privilege at all and more of a way for social justice warriors and extreme leftists to claim that everyone is born racist because of their skin color.
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This article was posted: Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 8:10 am