A deranged Rutgers professor went on a racist rant after white children had the audacity to be in the same restaurant as he was in. He said they were displaying their white privilege. The professor, James Livingston, claims he resigned from the white race.
(I find that hard to believe since we excommunicated him years ago. Didn’t he get the memo?) He was upset because he went to buy a burger to go when little white children appeared before his eyes.
According to the outlet, Livingston wrote, “OK, officially, I now hate white people. I am a white people, for God’s sake, but can we keep them — us — us out of my neighborhood? I just went to Harlem Shake on 124 and Lenox for a Classic burger to go, that would [be] my dinner, and the place is overrun with little Caucasian a**holes who know their parents will approve of anything they do.”
He added, “Slide around the floor, you little s***head, sing loudly, you moron. Do what you want, nobody here is gonna restrict your right to be white.”
“I hereby resign from my race,” Livingston concluded. “F*** these people. Yeah, I know it’s about access to my dinner. F*** you, too.”
Then Livingston announced that FB took down those postings. He then tried to provide context (Tried is the key word here):
“I don’t get the FB threat thing against me because as far as I can tell, my page is intact, including my earnest, angry, and ridiculous resignation from the white race,” he wrote. “As if I could! Calling Noel Ignatiev.”
“Who am I kidding?” Livingston continued. “The FB algorithm conjoins the words ‘race’ and ‘hate’ and designates the origin, which would be me, as a problem. OK, God knows I am. But not in this regard.”
He concluded, “I just don’t want little Caucasians overrunning my life, as they did last night. Please God, remand them to the suburbs, where they and their parents can colonize every restaurant, all the while pretending that the idiotic indulgence of their privilege signifies cosmopolitan — you know, as in sophisticated ‘European’ — commitments.”
Doesn’t Rutgers have a drug testing policy for its faculty? If not, now might be the perfect time to start one.