(Natural News) A small liberal arts college in central Kentucky that was founded by a Presbyterian minister held an event the other day called “White Citizenship as Terrorism: Make American [sic] Great Again, Again,” the purpose of which was to vilify all Trump supporters as “terrorists.”
Berea College, the first integrated, co-educational college in the South, according to the college’s website, apparently thinks that Donald Trump and everyone who supports him is a “white supremacist.” Chances are this narrative was ripped straight from a CNN broadcast and turned into a presentation depicting all white people as bad.
Sponsored by Berea College’s “Women’s and Gender Non-Conforming Center” and Law, Ethics & Society, the event featured a talk by Amy Brandzel, author of Against Citizenship: The Violence of the Normative.
The stated goal of the presentation was to cast “Trumpism and white citizenship as forms of white terrorism enacted against the majority of people living within the borders of the U.S. and beyond,” according to Young America’s Foundation (YAF).
The school claims that the controversial hyperbole and “provocative” language used to market the event was not intended to push people with alternate political views away from participation.
“At Berea, we strive to live out our motto: God has made of one blood all peoples on earth,” reads a statement issued by the school to YAF.
“Berea accepts students off [sic] all faiths (or none at all), religious beliefs, ethnicities and political leanings, creating a diverse environment that encourages acceptance, respect and even appreciation across our differences.”
The response went on to talk about how Berea supposedly promotes and accepts “open dialog on difficult topics,” including “white nationalism.”
“The event … seeks to confront aspects of the political spectrum that relate to the difficult topic of race in America,” it goes on to read.
“While that may cause discomfort, it is a valid and important conversation in this time of political and racial division. It is our hope that these types of conversations will occur across the country. Open, honest dialogue is essential to understanding racism and moving toward an anti-racist society.”
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An announcement flyer about the event would seem to suggest a much different tone than the one Berea presented to YAF, however. The description portion is filled with anti-white rhetoric that screams of hatred against white people.
“Despite calls for multiculturalism and color-blindness, segments of white America mourn their so-called loss of privilege, consistently begging to return to the nostalgic past in which their esteemed value as white citizens went unquestioned,” the hateful flyer reads.
“Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ appears [sic] to follow suit by offering a seemingly benign promise to return America to a previously ‘great’ past.”
It goes on to complain about Trump’s tweets, along with his administration’s alleged promotion of “whiteness.”
“If terrorism is defined as the use of violence and threats to create a state of fear towards particular communities and identities, then this is what ‘Trumpism’ is at its core,” the flyer concludes.
Also featured on the flyer is a disturbing photo of Brandzel along with a snapshot of the Charlottesville false flag incident.
According to the event’s organizers, “white terrorism” is a threat “against the majority of people living within the borders of the U.S. and beyond.” This would suggest that white people are the true minorities, which should qualify them as a protected community.
“It’s only an open and honest debate when you’re knocking white people,” wrote one Fox News commenter in response to Berea’s canned response defending the racist talk.
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