The Racialised Students’ Collective (RSC), a so called “anti-racist” activist group at Ryerson University, Canada, has become the latest group in academia to show its true anti-White form.
The group, which claims it “opposes all forms of racism“, says that ‘racism’ is a “system of advantage based on race“.
And no matter what country you’re in – this always means White people.
The RSC has put up posters with a blatantly anti-White narrative.
The posters read: “To all white friends and allies please knock before entering the Racialised Students’ Collective.”
“To all white/non-racialised people, please be conscious of how you race and ethnicity may be taking up space and silencing others.”
Universities and colleges are notoriously anti-White, and this poster is just the tip of the iceberg.
If they said half the things they said about White people, but about another group, they would be shut down immediately and whipped through the streets.
To be a professional anti-racist, you must agree that White people are entirely the problem, and getting rid of us is the solution. That’s precisely why we say anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.