I am the student who put up the 'It's Okay To Be White' flyers at the University of Manitoba.
The flyers were intended to convey one thing and one thing only: IT'S OKAY TO BE WHITE.
They were posted in protest of a racially discriminatory ideology that is taught at the University of Manitoba that targets white individuals.
The absurd over-reaction
to a statement indicating it is "Okay" (i.e. acceptable) to be genetically European (White) is proof many people do in fact believe it is not acceptable for an individual to be White. Simply stating that it is acceptable for an individual to have certain DNA has sparked outrage, accusations of "racism", "white supremacy", and "hatred", and has even been condemned as "offensive" and a "scare tactic".
The individuals levelling these accusations of hidden meaning and intent have only been able to support their vitriolic claims by attempting to tangentially associate the benign message on the flyers with random ideologies such as "Neo-Nazism" or vaguely defined groups of individuals such as the "Alt-Right", neither of which I have any affiliation with in any capacity whatsoever.
I have been a student at the University of Manitoba for several years now, and the horrifying reality is that many professors explicitly teach in their courses that it is in fact NOT okay to be white.
Professors at the University of Manitoba teach that white people:
- Are guilty of possessing "unearned privilege and power"
- Are inherently, by their very existence, oppressing "people of colour"
- Are born "racist" and are the only racial group capable of being "racist"
- Must submit to "people of colour" by "giving up their power
Professors at the University of Manitoba also teach:
- That white people "giving up power" involves reducing the proportion of white people in business organizations and government (mandatorily enforced "diversity") [Note: This is ethnic cleansing]
- That white people must accept becoming a minority demographic (and thus lose their right to self-determination) in their own countries as penance for "colonialism"
[Ironically, people who adhere to the above ideology have asked the president of the University of Manitoba, David Barnard himself, to "give up his power" (because he is white) by stepping down so he can be replaced by an "Indigenous leader" so as to "combat inequality and racism".]
To top it all off, these same professors teach that while white Canadians are guilty of these sins and must therefore repent by "giving up their power" (including, via demographic shift by mass immigration, their countries), they have simultaneously claimed that white people do not in fact exist, that "whiteness is a social construct". So when it's time for "justice" (i.e. punishment) in the form of whites "giving up their power", they have no problem identifying who is white based on their genetic heritage (just ask the university admissions office if they have any difficulty determining who is white and who is a "person of colour" for admissions purposes), but when white people object to this plan for systematic disenfranchisement of their entire race in the name of "social justice", suddenly "whiteness is just a social construct" and therefore white people are not entitled to having a voice.
What happens if a white individual decides they want to have a voice anyways, and speaks out in any manner whatsoever, including just to say something as innocuous as "It's Okay To Be White"? That's when these professors and the students they have indoctrinated resort to using racial slurs to dehumanize and silence white individuals. Terms like "racist", "white supremacist", and "nazi" are nothing more than racial slurs directed explicitly at white people.
The response to the flyers:
The official statement released by UMSU admitted that the phrase "It's Okay To Be White" is not "explicitly racist" (so it's just implicitly racist, then?), but claims it is intended to "promote a message that is dangerous and triggering".
UMSU president Jakob Sanderson claims that "It's Okay To Be White" is "really dog whistling at white supremacy" and that the real message is "universities are going too far to help marginalized students, that we're over-policing thought, that we're over-policing expression." Ironically, he then explained that he was working with campus police to review security camera footage of the posters being put up, and that security services went around campus removing the flyers; i.e. they literally called campus police to remove the expression "It's Okay To Be White" and made efforts to hunt me down (presumably to exact punishment of some nature).
UMSU also made the astonishing claim that the flyers were "targeted" at aboriginal students, implying that a hate crime had therefore been committed. They claim a flyer was faxed "directly to the University of Manitoba Native Studies Department Office". Assuming that fax is even real, I did not send it or any other faxes. Flyers were put up across the entire university and no group or individual was specifically targeted. It's plainly obvious that an attempt is being made to misconstrue the 'It's Okay To Be White' flyers as a hate crime so as to set a legal precedent for pursuing criminal conviction of individuals who speak the words "It's Okay To Be White".
U of M president David Barnard, left, claims I am part of an "international effort by neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups", which is patently false. I am a member of no group or organization, and do not adhere to either the ideology of "neo-Nazism" or of "white supremacy". The phrase "It's Okay To Be White" does not in any manner imply relation to either of those ideologies, and these accusations are only being made in an effort to intimidate white individuals on campus so as to prevent them from raising their voices. They want white students to be afraid to even speak the phrase "It's Okay To Be White", for them to be afraid of challenging the orthodoxy of the ideological narrative being woven into their minds by the politically correct priests of the ivory towers.
So the question is: Is it okay to be white at the University of Manitoba?
The answer: Not according to many of the professors and many of their students, and especially not if you have the nerve to assert that it is in fact okay to be white. If you do so, the president of the university will call your speech "racist", accuse you of being a member of an international "neo-Nazi" syndicate of some kind, and order a police manhunt to track you down.
If it was okay to be white at the University of Manitoba, I wouldn't have had to wear the mask.
It simply does no good to try to reason with the anti-white forces in society. Sanity cannot have a meaningful dialogue with insanity. No matter what logical arguments one may bring forth, the anti-white diversicult will throw a fallacious argument back, usually while screaming and yelling. Rather than be on the defensive all the time, it's well past due that whites start pushing back proactively. We need to start taking the offensive in order to grab attention and deprive the anti-whites of it. They've had the public platform for far too long and we've reaped the ugly harvest from that. Whenever people call me a "racist" or "white supremacist", I don't even acknowledge it beyond saying "whatever" or "is that the best you have?" and continue with logic. When they call you such things, it merely means that you've said something factual and they don't like it.
We have to put an end to this foolishness or else Western civilization is going to die. How many of you out there would allow a bunch of strangers to dictate to you that your house was not your own and that you had to divest yourself of it in order to rid yourself of "privilege"? The notion is absurd, yet it's exactly what is happening on a national scale. We all need to wake up to this scam, and do so soon.