Entitled "Your DNA is an abomination," the anti-white, hate-filled rant written by Rudy Martinez (who's pictured here alongside a screen capture of his article in print form) is arguably the most in-your-face call for white genocide yet to hit modern American academia.
Martinez makes no bones about calling all white people an "aberration," stating plainly: "Remember this: I hate you because you shouldn't exist." In his shameless call for ending whiteness and white people in America, Martinez further mocks what he envisions as millions of "cultural zombies" roaming around "a vastly changed landscape" – a reference to his fantasy of stripping all white culture from the country, leaving white people with no identity.
Not surprisingly, news of TSU's publishing of this venomous hate speech quickly went viral, calling into question why TSU would agree to publish such shamelessly racist content in the first place. Seeing that it was obviously garnering terrible press for the San Marcos-based institution, the article was declared to have been "pulled," even though it had already been published in print form.
Not long after, the university's president, Denise M. Trauth, openly condemned the column as racist, saying she was "troubled" by its publishing. She further called Martinez' article "abhorrent" and "contrary to the core values of inclusion and unity that our Bobcat students, faculty, and staff hold dear."
This is nice and all, but thus far Martinez has not been punished for spewing his racially-motivated diatribe of anti-white poison. Presumably because he's brown as opposed to white, Martinez is not only getting away with spreading anti-white hatred at TSU, but he's also quite proud of it, insisting publicly to news media that doesn't regret a thing.
"The article speaks for itself," Martinez told The College Fix in the aftermath of his article gaining national attention. "... Though my language, especially when I claim to have only ever met '12 decent white people,' could be deemed as hyperbolic (just barely), it has accomplished its goal: starting a conversation and outing racists."
Ironically enough, the only racist who's been outed by this pathetic stunt is Martinez himself, who clearly has some kind of chip on his shoulder. Furthermore, his brown skin has afforded him the entitlement of being able to print such garbage without consequence, which says a whole lot about TSU's lack of commitment to protecting its white students against this type of hate.
If it had been a white person who wrote a column condemning illegal immigration, for instance, such content likely never even would have been published. And can you imagine what would have happened had a white person written an article condemning Mexicans as being an inferior race that drags everything down to third-world status? Such a student probably would have been expelled and possibly even murdered by social justice warrior (SJW) terrorists.
But because Martinez belongs to the protected class of "Latino," his actions have afforded him free publicity along with an empty statement of "disappointment," a.k.a. silent approval, from his school's president. The white student population at TSU would do well to consider filing a collective class-action lawsuit against this joke of an institution, and withdraw and enroll elsewhere while they're at it.
After all, if there's anything that shouldn't exist for the betterment of society, it's phony institutions of higher learning like TSU that coddle anti-white racists like Martinez while giving them platforms to spread their genocidal rhetoric.
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