In a stunning example of how the university system in the United States is increasing worthless to the task of actually educating people, Rutgers University professor Brittney Cooper, a radical feminist and Critical Race Theory (CRT) advocate, defended the racist teaching, saying White people need to roll over to the theory.
Cooper, who in 2020 blamed COVID deaths on Trump voters, said White people “kind of deserve” a declining White birth rate and said that they were “villains.”
During a recent presentation titled “Unpacking the Attacks on Critical Race Theory,” Cooper said when she attempts to teach CRT to college students, she asks if it’s possible to “legislate [racism] and march it away,” or if they believe “White people just always gonna be like this, and our job is to hold back their ability to do the most harm.”
She also insisted White people and conservatives are opposed to CRT because they don’t want to admit the truth.
“The issue that the Right has is that Critical Race Theory is just the proper teaching of American history,” Cooper insisted.
When asked if she believed that White people would ever relinquish their inherent power, Cooper said pointedly, “The thing I want to say to you is ‘We gotta take these motherf*ckers out,’ but, like, we can’t say that, right?”
Why This Is Important
Cooper’s dismal command of the English language aside, how in the hell did this person score a job at Rutgers University?! She is a blatant racist. She is tunnel-visioned in her mindset; prejudice to her personal beliefs. And she is incapable, because of both, to teach any form of critical thinking.
While educators at the university level are tasked with challenging their students to think about certain subjects in uncomfortable ways, those challenges are meant to teach the student how to consider both sides of an argument on the subject, not bully them into believing as the instructor does,
Our education system has undergone a hostile takeover by radical, ideologically-motivated activists. It is becoming increasingly rare to find honest, real educators at the university level any longer.
Cooper is transparent in her racism, in her intolerance, and in her disillusioned version of American history. When laypeople can see this clearly, one has to wonder why those who bestowed a professorship upon her did not during the vetting process. In fact, the answer is simple. Those doing the vetting agree with people like Cooper.
It is increasingly clear that in order to save the country we have to start to expunge activists from all walks of life, i.e. education, politics, government, media, and entertainment, or we have to start embracing autodidactism.
Either way, we must start confronting the activists, pushing back against them in every genre and at every turn.