Status message

Operating in maintenance mode.

Yale Stirs Controversy By Hiring 'Black Lives Matter' Protestor

In a surprising move, Yale University hired DeRay McKesson, who is a prolific "Black Lives Protestor" that caused loads of problems in various cities across the country. He will be a guest lecturer teaching a section of a course called “Transformation leadership in the #BlackLivesMatter Movement.”

His background is as a human resources administrator and paid hacktivist. He had also attempted to teach once previously, but it only lasted a few years. Many of his protests came rife with violence and looting. In addition, one of the required reading materials is titled "In Defense of Looting." Here is an excerpt:

"The mystifying ideological claim that looting is violent and non-political is one that has been carefully produced by the ruling class because it is precisely the violent maintenance of property which is both the basis and end of their power. Looting is extremely dangerous to the rich (and most white people) because it reveals, with an immediacy that has to be moralized away, that the idea of private property is just that: an idea, a tenuous and contingent structure of consent, backed up by the lethal force of the state. When rioters take territory and loot, they are revealing precisely how, in a space without cops, property relations can be destroyed and things can be had for free."

He also appears to target people with this statement:

"White people deploy the idea of looting in a way that implies people of color are greedy and lazy, but it is just the opposite: looting is a hard-won and dangerous act with potentially terrible consequences, and looters are only stealing from the rich owners’ profit margins."

Although, many convenience stores are owned by a diverse set of individuals from America and abroad.

Photo: National Review

Tell Us What You Think

More News Stories

A man from Brazil is trying to shake his addiction to plastic surgery after his surgically modified nose began falling off while he took a...

On Saturday, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal predicted that the GOP would defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton, saying, “We will beat Hillary Clinton and...

An Ohio businessman who is the son of a prince and who lives in a large, lavish mansion has been collecting food stamps and Medicaid. He says he...

Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters responded to White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s resignation Friday morning with a tweet ridiculing...

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been complaining a lot lately about how the election has been rigged by the media. One Fox...

Latest News Stories

2016 Presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) argued on Sunday that he didn't believe being gay was a choice, but is actually how some...

In a battle to preserve Christian beliefs, the Cochran, Georgia City Council voted 5-1 to fly a Christian flag at city hall--right below the...

A UK man noticed one day that the wheel of his car was stuck in a hole in his driveway. The homeowner realized he was going to have to do a little...

Matt Powers was driving through Altoona, Pennsylvania when he was pulled over by a police officer and he had no idea why.

“He approached...

They knew it was incredibly dangerous, but they had to do it anyway. The two brothers had spotted the snapping turtle while out on a stroll near...