Dr. Curry does a brief interview with a podcast called ‘Context of White Supremacy‘ where he discusses when it is appropriate to kill white people.
Curry: “In order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people might have to die”
Curry also rattled off about the 2nd Amendment being about whites using guns to intimidate blacks (I guess black on black violence doesn’t exist according to him). He also spoke about anti-black forces killing blacks including children (again he fails to mention black on black crime).
**UPDATE** The President of Texas A&M has responded. The following statement is from President Young via KTBX:
May 10, 2017
I am writing you tonight with a message that may seem ill-timed given our wonderful graduation ceremonies taking place this week. At the same time, this is a message about Aggies and that for which we stand. As such, I cannot think of a more appropriate time in many ways to write to you in this regard.
As you may know, a podcast interview by one of our professors that took place approximately four and a half years ago resurfaced this week on social media, seen for the first time by many of us. The interview features disturbing comments about race and violence that stand in stark contrast to Aggie core values most notably those of respect, excellence, leadership and integrity values that we hold true toward all of humanity.
As we know, the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects the rights of others to offer their personal views, no matter how reprehensible those views may be. It also protects our right to freedom of speech which I am exercising now.
We stand for equality.
We stand against the advocacy of violence, hate, and killing.
We firmly commit to the success, not the destruction, of each other.
We wish no violence or harm even to those who espouse hateful views under the First Amendment, a sentiment that by its very nature is one that they would deny others.
Tonight, therefore, I write to you, our beloved Aggies. Our core values are very much intact, including those for which we stand, and in contrast to that for which we most assuredly do not. This is something that needs to be said here and now and lived in all of our days.
Sincerely, Michael K. Young
So President, Michael Young says the school stands for equality and is against advocating violence, hate or killing yet they have not fired this hate-filled professor who said, “some white people may have to die”.
If this were a white professor who said the same thing about blacks or any other race, do you think the ‘free speech’ angle would work?
Below is the audio of this professor talking about ‘killing whites in context’: