Communist George Ciccariello-Maher Calls For Racial Genocide
On Christmas Eve while family and friends gathered for their annual ritual of merriment and bonding over the viewing of holiday favorite Die Hard, a real life Grinch by the name of George Ciccariello-Maher sent out a holiday wish for the only gift that could feed his two-sizes-too-small heart: The extermination of 77% of people in the United States.
“All I want for Christmas is white genocide,” tweeted the self-proclaimed communist and an associate professor teaching politics and global studies at Drexel University, a private school in Philadelphia.
In response, the university issued the statement:
“Drexel became aware today of Associate Professor George Ciccariello-Maher’s inflammatory tweet, which was posted on his personal Twitter account on Dec. 24, 2016. While the University recognizes the right of its faculty to freely express their thoughts and opinions in public debate, Professor Ciccariello-Maher’s comments are utterly reprehensible, deeply disturbing, and do not in any way reflect the values of the University.
The University is taking this situation very seriously. We contacted Ciccariello-Maher today to arrange a meeting to discuss this matter in detail.”
The cornered communist quickly pulled a Hillary, attempting to delete the evidence and lie about his wish to send white people to their graves. ‘Tis but a joke, he excused. But it was too late. After being called out as a murderous racist, he concocted a far fetched lie regarding his previous proclamation: “To clarify: when the whites were massacred during the Haitian Revolution, that was a good thing indeed.”
“A good thing,” he praised, also included the wholesale slaughter of children and raping of women during a slave uprising in Haiti, a country plagued with a history of vicious political turmoil ever since.
One might also wonder, does his Christmas list of wishful atrocities also include the extermination of thousands of white farmers in South Africa? Perhaps he wished that the Barbary Slave Trade in Africa kidnapped and enchained millions more of white Europeans. Or maybe that Abdul Razak Ali Artan could’ve injured more people while executing his terror attack, targeting over a dozen white students and faculty at Ohio State University?
Perhaps there was also praise for Fidel Castro for sending gay people to prison and driving millions to die at sea in attempts to escape Cuba.
He did say, “Sorry, I’m not ‘alt-left,’ just an actual communist,” in another tweet. For those not in the know, the “Alt-Left” are Cultural Marxists that push for socialist policies that result in economic and emotional egalitarianism, bringing society down to join them in poverty and turmoil. They look up to tyrants like Franklin D. Roosevelt who sent Japanese people to concentration camps, Che Guevara who hated black people, Mao Zedong who butchered tens of millions of people, and Stalin who prosecuted millions of Christians. Most of these people can be found in your local Democratic Party groups. Others are avowed communists that revel in death cult worshipping and practice entryism in leftist groups and on college campuses to interject Marxist ideals. Hence George Ciccariello-Maher’s occupation at Drexel University. The belief that all white people are oppressors, and that they must be sent to their graves is a central tenet in the racist circles of communists.
In response to the University’s reprimand George Ciccariello-Maher tried in vain to appear as a victim, shifting the blame to everyone but Russians hackers when writing:
“While Drexel has been nothing but supportive in the past, this statement is worrying. While upholding my right to free expression, the statement refers to my (satirical) tweets as ‘utterly reprehensible. What is most unfortunate is that this statement amounts to caving to the truly reprehensible movements and organizations that I was critiquing. On the university level, moreover, this statement — despite a tepid defense of free speech — sends a chilling message and sets a frightening precedent. It exposes untenured and temporary faculty not only to internal disciplinary scrutiny, but equally importantly, it encourages harassment as an effective means to impact university policies.
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.”
Is it okay, then, to call for the genocide of blacks, asians, or latinos (like myself) as long as you also announce it’s satire? One needs only to examine his pattern of behavior to negate his claim of sarcasm.
And there you have it. George Ciccariello-Maher is a liar, and a cowardly one at that. By his logic, the first person he should execute is himself.
While white people do make up a majority in the United States, when accounting for the rest of the world’s population, whites are a minority group in comparison to the billions that make up asians. There’s also the Census Bureau currently projecting 2045 as the year when whites in the United States will become the minority through either race mixing or high birth rates among other races, which is how the term “white genocide” was made popularized first by white advocacy groups. This is important to bring up because it exposes George Ciccariello-Maher in another lie: attempting to equate his meaning of the mass murder of white people with the colloquial meaning.
In regards to university policy, the Public Safety – Workplace Anti-Violence Policy states, “All employees are entitled to perform their work, regardless of location, whether on the University’s premises or elsewhere, free from violence.” A definition given for workplace violence includes, “written threats, vicious cartoons or notes, and other written conduct of intense distortion that is meant to threaten or create a hostile environment,” such as calling for the mass murder of white people, a demographic that makes up more than 60% of the university faculty and 53% of attending students.
George Ciccariello-Maher, in attempt to frame himself as a victim engaging in freedom of speech, forgets that property rights are the highest hand in determining freedom of association or disassociation. This is why talking on your phone or yelling fire in a private establishment like a movie theater can get you discharged, or why private schools like Drexel University have employment policies against threats of violence that can led to termination. While academic debates grappling tough issues and sensitive topics should be encouraged, a line should be drawn when the argument escalates to the advocation of murdering peaceful people. Civilization, after all, belongs to the civilized, not to genocidal barbarians.