University Professor In California: ‘Genocide’ of White People Is ‘Morally Acceptable’

University Professor In California: ‘Genocide’ of White People Is ‘Morally Acceptable’

Apparently we need to rethink the way we look at genocide. Who says it’s a bad thing only considered by dictators and racists?

According to Mohamed Abed, a Muslim professor at California State Los Angeles, the definition of “genocide” has become too narrow after that pesky Holocaust. People need to look at the broader definition and consider the ways in which genocide may be useful to the world.

Because sanity.

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Abed is a tenured professor at the public University and teaches a variety of subjects including ethics, social & political philosophy, and classical Islamic philosophy. He also seems to think that genocide is “morally required” for people of color. (If you’re not a person of color, I think you know where this is going.)

From Taki Mag:

Abed, a tenure-track professor of ethics, social & political philosophy, and classical Islamic philosophy, believes that, in large part due to the overbearing historical presence of the Holocaust, the definition of genocide has become unnecessarily narrow. When someone cries “genocide” these days, folks expect to see gas chambers, crematoria, and Nazis stuffing Jewish children into trains. This “Holocaust standard” for genocide, Abed claims, betrays the vision of the fellow who invented the term, Raphael Lemkin. Lemkin, Abed argues, always intended for his gift to the lexicon to have a more open-ended, fluid definition. There are lots of ways to make a people, a culture, or a society disappear, and more often than not, there won’t be gas chambers, ovens, or manically emoting Hitlers.

Would you be totally shocked if I told you that the President of this University has had absolutely nothing to say about this disgusting man, but wouldn’t allow conservative icon Ben Shapiro to speak at his school in 2016?

Why is the mainstream media not all over this? Because I assure you, if some alt-right/neo-Nazi loser had said something that even hinted of this, it would be everywhere.

How the college responds to this will be extremely telling.

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