(TeaParty.org) – It’s not exactly news that those in the employ of America’s higher learning institutions are usually crazy leftists, but one Georgia teacher’s aide just went above and beyond.
Irami Osei-Frimpong, a Ph.D. student and teaching assistant at the University of Georgia, recently made a series of posts calling for the “dismantling” of white “churches, schools, and families”.
And no, that’s not an exaggeration.
One of the posts, which (stunningly) actually got removed from Facebook, was shared on Twitter after Osei-Frimpong got suspended:
30 more days it is. pic.twitter.com/CiPc9FWeCW
— Irami Osei-Frimpong (@IramiOF) November 9, 2018
“We can talk about voter suppression. We can talk about ID laws,” Osei-Frimpong wrote. “But all of this begins and ends with the fact that we make crappy White people.”
“So if we are serious, we have to dismantle the institutions that make crappy white people: their churches, their schools, their families.”
No, you’re not reading that wrong. Yes, he is calling for white churches, schools, and families to be “dismantled.”
He did not specify how, exactly, he hopes this will be done, but there’s a good chance it’s certainly not by peaceful means.
Nothing to see here, just a teacher telling students to ‘wage war’ on the ‘crappy white electorate.’https://t.co/xXPmNmecjV
— Cabot Phillips (@cabot_phillips) November 9, 2018
He apparently wasn’t done. In another Facebook post, Osei-Frimpong suggested ending “respectability” and going “to war on the White electorate.”
So, Georgia, are we finished with the illusion that White Georgians don't vote to protect the perks of White…
“Respectability Democrats, Black and White, are worthless,” he added.
And these psychotic liberals wonder why their candidates don’t get elected.
These aren’t Osei-Frimpong’s first highly-controversial posts.
There is a way in which White people in the South learn manners as a series of behaviors the way autistic kids learn to read social cues for behaviors. Except since these guys and gals aren't autistic, I just feel like I'm around a bunch of sociopaths.
— Irami Osei-Frimpong (@IramiOF) August 13, 2018
“There is a way in which White people in the South learn manners as a series of behaviors the way autistic kids learn to read social cues for behaviors,” he wrote in August. “Except since these guys and gals aren’t autistic, I just feel like I’m around a bunch of sociopaths.”
And no, he has not lost his job at the University of Georgia.