University of Georgia Employee and BLM Activist: “White People May Have to Die for Black Communities to Be Made Whole”

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If there’s one location where we ought to be concentrated on tidying up its schools and universities.

If we do not do that– in a BIG way– this is only going to get worse and it will defeat us.

A Black Lives Matter activist and University of Georgia PhD prospect who currently operates at the university as a mentor assistant was cleared by the university following controversial anti-white remarks in which he appeared to advocate political violence.

Irami Osei-Frimpong, a University of Georgia Ph. D. candidate in philosophy and Black Lives Matter activist, said that he was under examination after making an inflammatory social networks post where he stated that “Some white individuals might need to crave black neighborhoods to be made whole,” and “To pretend that’s not the case is ahistorical and normally naive.”

Osei-Frimpong, in another post, composed “Fighting white people is a skill,” and after receiving criticism for what seems to be advocacy of political violence, added that he is “confused why that is so questionable.”

Though he declares he is not requiring violence, Osei-Frimpong thought it should still remain as an alternative when talking with local media.

“It’s simply a fact of history that racial justice often comes at the expense of white life,” the Ph. D. candidate discussed. “I didn’t advocate for violence. I was just sincere of racial development.”

Nevertheless, according to WBCK, he wrote the following in a Medium post:

Eliminating some white people isn’t genocide; it’s killing some white individuals … We had to kill some white people to leave slavery. Possibly if we ‘d eliminated more throughout the 20th century we still would not speak about racialized voter disenfranchisement and housing, education, and work discrimination. This should not be controversial.Do you think we’re in a

“Spiritual War “right now in America?

Yes, this battle is excellent vs wicked No, this is strictly a political ideology battle