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Drexel’s ‘white genocide’ prof whines about white nationalist flyers posted around campus

A few cretins in the Philadelphia area put up some “white nationalist” flyers around Drexel University’s campus last weekend, and one of those not at all happy about it is well known to College Fix readers.

Professor George Ciccariello-Maher gained notoriety (or infamy) late last year after tweeting “All I want for Christmas is white genocide.” After the predictable uproar, he claimed the tweet was satirical, a play on a concept “invented by white supremacists.”

Keeping in line with this mode of thinking, Ciccariello-Maher told Philly Voice via email that the white nationalist posters are “standard alt-Right narrative of white victimization.”

From the story:

Multiple flyers containing white nationalist messages appeared on Drexel University’s campus during the weekend, according to reports on social media.

One of the flyers reads, “ARE YOU SICK OF ANTI-WHITE PROPAGANDA IN COLLEGE? YOU ARE NOT ALONE.” The flyer then directs people to visit therightstuff.biz, a website run by a white nationalist group.

Another flyer calls attention to “Euro-Americans,” ordering them to stop apologizing, living in fear and denying their heritage.

A third flyer claims Drexel’s professors are lying to students about race and depicts eight books that the white nationalist group asserts tell a different story about race.

Drexel University officials could not immediately be reached for comment on Monday.

Ciccariello-Maher added “Some students are rigthly [sic] tearing these down, but it is deeply concerning that white racists are attempting to make inroads onto the Drexel campus.”

Well, sure it’s deeply concerning, prof. But whoever’s behind the placards is here today and gone tomorrow, and will have a negligible-to-zero impact on the student body.

You know what else is deeply concerning? Someone teaching a captive audience of young adults who makes comments about desiring the genocide of white people, and “doing” (re: killing) a police officer like Old Yeller because he didn’t like how the cop handled a school classroom situation.

And, unlike yourself, it’s highly doubtful these white nationalists will get a sympathetic, feel-good story from a local reporter about how they “grew up poor […] shopped at the Salvation Army store and lived without electricity for nine years.”

At least Tucker Carlson once had the opportunity to bring Ciccariello-Maher’s foolishness to a wider audience:

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Dave has been writing about education, politics, and entertainment for over 18 years, including a stint at the popular media bias site Newsbusters. He is a retired educator with over 25 years of service and is a member of the National Association of Scholars. Dave holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Delaware.