University of Wisconsin-Madison Students Sell Hoodies Online With Racist Anti-Police Messages
Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are selling hoodies online through the website Etsy. The hoodies are emblazoned with blatantly racist messages.
How much do you want to bet these students would be the first to accuse other people of racism?
Campus Reform reports:
UW students sell anti-police, anti-white hoodies
Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are asking people to buy sweatshirts promoting violence against police officers and classifying all white people as racists.
“Racism,” claims one hoodie’s page, “is a set of systematic, institutional, cultural, and epistemological (although not limited to said forms) structures that inherently empowers white folk and in turn disempowers people of color. This power dictates who lives, have housing, access to education/healthcare etc. Racism has little to do with hatred and mostly to do with who has power.”
“White folk or those who see themselves as white are given said power inherently regardless of socioeconomic class, education etc. This is why white men created race in the first place—to maintain power. Racism gave birth to the idea of race. This is a [sic] oversimplified definition,” the description continues.
Facebook has already removed an original picture of the sweatshirt for not following Facebook’s Community Standards. However, as of this writing, Facebook has yet to remove the post selling the sweatshirts.
One of the sweatshirt says “If I Encounter Another Cop With A God Complex I’m Going To Have To Show The World That They Are Human”, seemingly promoting violence towards police.
Remember when liberals told us Obama would bring the country together and end racism? Good times.
This still sums it up:
My favorite part about the Obama era is all the racial healing.
— jon gabriel (@exjon) November 24, 2014
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