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A professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey has attracted attention after a disturbing, racist rant he wrote against white children and their parents.
Livingston was at a Harlem restaurant he frequents, according to The Blaze. He was apparently annoyed by the “little Caucasian a——-” brought in by white parents who apparently don’t belong in the historically black New York City neighborhood (Livingston belongs there, obviously, being a member of the history department at Rutgers).
The article goes on to state the following:
“OK, officially, I now hate white people,” Livingston wrote Thursday.
“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——- who know their parents will approve of anything they do.”
“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 added. “F— these people. Yeah, I know it’s about access to my dinner. F— you, too.”
Ah, gratuitous academia-based anti-white racism and expletive-laced restaurant rants. It’s like Manhattan distilled down into a few sentences.
Livingston’s rant may be read here.
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