Laura Fitz-Gerald of fightwhitegenocide.com has sent the letter below to Drexel’s president John A. Fry. The letter suggests a debate on White Genocide between Bob Whitaker and Drexel professor George Ciccariello-Maher, who tweeted on Christmas Eve, “All I want for Christmas is White Genocide.”
Dear President Fry:
My name is Laura Fitz-Gerald. I am the proprietor of fightwhitegenocide.com and a member of a group of human rights activists calling attention to the crime of white genocide.
I am contacting you today in regard to one of your professors, George Ciccariello-Maher, who tweeted on Christmas Eve, “All I want for Christmas is white genocide.”
It is deeply sickening to see that the university has condoned such a tweet from one of its professors, with no consequence for the professor.
The professor called for the genocide of an entire race. Genocide is a crime. He also posted on twitter, “..when the whites were massacred during the Haitian revolution, that was a very good thing indeed.” Does Professor Ciccariello-Maher think Turkish genocide would be a very good thing indeed, since Turks kidnapped and enslaved millions of white people?
If a professor at Drexel University had called for Black Genocide, or for Japanese Genocide, even in jest, would that professor still have a job?
In a statement released by the professor, he stated, “White supremacy is on the rise, and we must fight it by any means. In that fight, universities will need to choose whether they are on the side of free expression and academic debate, or on the side of the racist mob.”
The only mobs I see on campuses are mobs of thugs who threaten violence against any speaker who dares to commit heresy against the Religion of Political Correctness as promulgated by its professor priesthood. The only people I see calling for speech restrictions are the anti-whites posing as “anti-racists” who call any defense of white people “hate speech.”
Professor Ciccariello-Maher claims to believe in “free expression and academic debate,” so I ask Drexel University to facilitate an open discussion between the professor and our spokesman, Mr. Bob Whitaker.
I think we deserve a chance to confront someone who considers opposition to genocide “supremacy.” President Obama himself says America will inevitably become browner. Anti-whites openly brag about turning white countries non-white. We just call that policy what it is: white genocide. The UN Convention on Genocide defines genocide as any attempt to eliminate a race in whole or in part. Let professor Ciccariello-Maher explain how flooding every white country with millions and millions of non-whites and force–integrating them by law does not fit the definition of genocide under international law.
Mr. Whitaker created the campaign that has made White Genocide a public issue, and he has also been a college professor, an international aviation negotiator, a Capitol Hill senior staffer, and a writer for the Voice of America.
Is Drexel University truly on the side of free debate? Is professor Ciccariello-Maher prepared to defend his position in open debate, or will he and Drexel University hide behind their mob of thugs and say, “Oh, we can’t do that. There might be violence!” I look forward to hearing from you and working together to have an open discussion on this issue.
Ms. Fitz-Gerald’s letter was also included in the current mass emailing to Drexel by Educators and Students against White Genocide.