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Tuesday, October 23, 2012, 07:00pm - 11:00pm
by One People's ProjectHits : 682

Jared Taylor is apparently feeling his oats because now he is going to speak at Texas A&M on Oct. 23, but given how he presented the prospect of a White Student Union at Towson University earlier this month, he comes off as pretty damned hypocritical. At Towson, he promoted the formation of a White Student Union there because to him it is only fair, given that other ethnically-based student groups are there as well and the school position on diversity should include the kind that allows a group on campus that whines about diversity all the time. At Texas A&M, he and the person bringing him there, white supremacist Preston Wiginton, are pissed because of a report that recognizes the growing enrollment of people of color at the university and adresses the need to help their students of all races, cultures and ethnicities to compete in an rapidly growing diverse society. In Taylorspeak, this becomes "ongoing efforts to displace white Texans at the university", and he is going there to whine about how diversity is soooooo wrong, just like he did at Towson as he encouraged them to embrace his version of it. So to answer the question posed to him there, it does indeed seem that he has a fear of a Black planet! Sucks to be him. This event is open to the public, and if there is a good number of people of color there, make sure he is asked about his position that blacks are genetically inferior to whites. He apparently doesn't like that.

Location : Memorial Student Center, room 2300 D Texas A&M University


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