The president and vice-president of Georgia’s Mercer University, William Underwood and Larry Brumley, agree. The US media agrees. Everyone quoted by the media agrees. Anything pro-White is ‘divisive’ and ‘controversial.’ This is essentially the message of NBC 41 WMGT’s article about the recent posting of flyers around the Mercer campus calling for a White History Month. The article, written by anti-White reporter Rachad Hollis, reads almost like an opinion piece from the Southern Poverty Law Center, a notoriously anti-White organisation which contributed to the climate of hate and intolerance that led to an act of domestic terrorism this summer in Washington, DC. Hollis describes the flyers as ‘controversial.’ He quotes students who agree with his opinion saying that the flyers are ‘pretty divisive’ and ‘there to start trouble.’ One student quoted in Hollis’ biased article states that ‘racism is still real’ and claims that the flyer ‘shows how real racism is in our community.’
As noted in a previous SNN article, culturally and racially-specific groups are active and welcomed at Mercer University. There is a Black Law Students Association, Hispanic Law Students Association and a South Asian Law Students Association. As well, the Organization of Black Students, Muslim Students Association and National Society of Black Engineers all operate on campus with the university’s support. None of these racial and cultural groups are denounced by reporter Rachad Hollis, President William Underwood or Vice President Larry Brumley as ‘controversial’ and ‘divisive.’ Only efforts which portray Whites in a positive light are ‘controversial.’ Only groups which advocate for the interests of White students are ‘divisive.’ Only months set aside to acknowledge the contribution of Whites are denounced by the media and leaders in academia. It’s clear that regarding those whom Hollis, Underwood and Brumle may claim to be ‘anti-racist,’ what they really are is anti-White. Once again we see that anti-racist is really just a code word for anti-White.
Note: If you object to the anti-White bias of Rachad Hollis’ article, email him at email@example.com and ask him to apologise to the White people in his audience and revise his article so that it is no longer anti-White.