Created by a white-hating racist named Jonathan Garcia, Why Don't We Murder More White People features a slew of black and brown people basically griping about how much they hate white people and want to see them eradicated from the planet.
One colored person is seen stating in the film, in unintentionally ironic fashion, that "whiteness" means "abusive and violent." Another claims that "whiteness invades my life and my mind." And yet another states, "I'm angry at white people most of the time."
This 11-minute piece of "art" had originally been uploaded to YouTube, but was since removed by the Google-owned platform for its overt racism. But Yerba Buena Center for the Arts aired it from July 23 to August 25, with the help of grants from the City of San Francisco, the National Endowment for the Arts, Bloomberg Philanthropies, and the James Irvine Foundation.
An official description of the film states that it's "an examination of whiteness, its unassailable immortality, and how it permeates our daily lives," the suggestion being that all white people are evil and need to be murdered to achieve social "equity."
Blaming all acts of violence against "black and brown people" on "white people," the film asks why society hasn't "normalized" allowing acts of violence to be committed against white people, including cold-blooded murder.
"As we continue to watch the death of black and brown people become normalized in parallel with the rise of white supremacy, this project asks – why isn't the inverse true?" the film's description goes on to state.
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Keep in mind that Garcia actually works for the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and is paid with taxpayer dollars to be its "Community Engagement & Inclusion Associate" – which is even more ironic, seeing as how white people apparently don't fit into this "inclusion" paradigm.
As of this writing, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts has given no explanation or attempted justification for why it's using taxpayer dollars to fund anti-white racism and open calls for violence against white people. And we don't expect one anytime soon, seeing as how hatred for white people is now a leftist "virtue."
Yerba Buena CEO Deborah Cullinan has likewise chosen to remain silent on the matter, demonstrating that she's in full support of white genocide as a form of "tolerance" and "acceptance."
"One of San Francisco's most prominent cultural institutions has revealed its naked, violent hatred for an entire race of people," writes Richard Moorhead for Big League Politics. "Conservatives could point out that the left isn't as 'tolerant' as advertised, but Jonathan Garcia and Yerba Buena seem to have discarded the notion of tolerance entirely."
Other noteworthy segments in Garcia's film include an interview with a white liberal woman who claims that "the insidious nature of whiteness begins at a very young age." Another pronounces that "whiteness should be, definitely, harmed and like, destroyed."
"What we have to eradicate is whiteness," screams another. "I think the reason we don't murder more white people is because they are protected, in a sense," yet another opines.
As we reported on previously, some universities are now accepting this same position in favor of white genocide, including the University of Southern California (USC), which actually tacked up a mural on one of its buildings calling on students to "Dismantle Whiteness."
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