Skip to comments.[VIDEO] University Professor brands ‘illegal immigrant’ as ‘racist' and ‘classist’
Posted on 10/03/2012 1:46:14 PM PDT by oliverdarcy
The term illegal immigrant is racist and classist and puts illegal immigrants at risk of having their [rights] taken away, a professor of African American Studies at Temple University said while speaking on a roundtable last month.
Professor Niambi Carter made the remarks while appearing as a panelist with the Politics of Race, Immigration, and Ethnicity Consortium (PRIEC) at Purdue University.
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If we as a country are compelled by ‘social justice’ to allow unfettered immigration from Mexico because of the abysmal living conditions there, then we as a country have the right to take it over and run it ourselves in the name of ‘social justice’.
These pin-headed “professors” (especially those with such BS degrees as this one has) need to stuff it. I think he is a parasite drawing a public salary without any basis. Anyone who attends a class “taught” by this clown doesn’t deserve to get a degree in anything. What a clueless waste of space.
It might be cheaper in the long run. Just think, a shorter border, oil reserves, the cheap labor could just stay there where “thet like it.”
I think many of them are self-appointed “Professors”. So, I think I will, as of today, declare myself PROFESSOR TWINKIE. I’ll change it on my screen name option if I can figger out how to do it, and if it isn’t too long a name.
Is that OK?
I never had a problem with WETBACKS!
Illegal immigrants give a bad name to immigrants and emigrants, particularly those who are illegal immigrants, especially to the current president of the United States of America who himself is an illegal immigrant from Kenya.
The correct term is “illegal alien”.
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