A history professor from Rutgers University was banned from patronizing a diner in Harlem after he penned a scathing rant about the white children he encountered there.
Professor James Livingston, who suffers from a bad case of white guilt, wrote, “OK, officially I now hate white people,” in a Facebook post last Friday.
The academician complained there were too many “little Caucasian assholes” when he visited the Harlem Shake diner last week.
“I just went to Harlem Shake on 124 and Lenox for a Classic burger to go, that would my dinner [sic], and the place is overrun with little Caucasian assholes who know their parents will approve of anything they do,” an irritated Livingston wrote in a post obtained by The Daily Caller.
“Slide around the floor, you little shithead, sing loudly you unlikely moron. Do what you want, nobody here is gonna restrict your right to be white,” Livingston wrote.
“I hereby resign from my race. Fuck these people. Yeah, I know, it’s about access to my dinner. Fuck you too.”
In subsequent Facebook follow-ups, the professor appears unable to comprehend why Facebook restricted his post. – Infowars
The first thing you see when you open the front page of Rutgers Student Affairs page on the Rutgers University website is a video about how inclusive their students are. The video, of course, opens with a student in a hijab, as it takes you through a litany of students who believe they are being persecuted because others naturally assume the worst about them because of how they look. The video goes on to assure prospective students that this behavior will not be tolerated at Rutgers University.
What about racist professors at Rutgers University? Do they get a pass? Or is it okay to make vile accusations and generalizations against a group of people, as long as they are the same color as you?
Rutgers University, where James Livingston is a history professor, has very clear guidelines for their students as it relates to acts of bias against others based on their race. Is Livingston exempt from the same rules Rutgers has put in place for their students? Should the students at Rutgers be held to a higher standard than Professor Livingston?
Feel free to contact Rutgers University and let them know how you feel about their openly racist professor, James Livingston at 732-445-4636.
Speaking to The Blaze, the owners of the restaurant, Jelena Pasic and Dardra Coaxum, condemned Professor Livingston’s comments and asked that he not return.
“For five years and counting, we built our business on a prerogative [of] cherishing diversity within our ownership, staff and customers in our beloved Harlem COMMUNITY. We refuse to be sucked into your racist rants, so if you wish to name drop, please use names of those with similar views,” the two business owners told The Blaze.
They added they wanted the professor to delete their business’ name from the post.
“We ask that our name is removed from your rant because we do not want to have anything to do with you,” they stated. “And yeah, we ask that you get your burgers somewhere else. We do not tolerate ‘racism’ either. We thrive on equality and fairness and have full intentions to keep it that way!”