Brittany Cooper, an asst. professor of gender studies and Africana studies at Rutgers, after exhaustive research, has come up with her own theory of why the Brits voted to leave the EU.
White racism, of course.
Leaving aside the other main reason, Brexit succeeded at the polls-the desire to escape Brussels' non-stop control over British lives, Let's examine the racism charge.
Is it racist to want to have a sovereign nation with real border controls?
Is it racist to want to be safe from Islamic terror?
Is it racist to be angry over the presence of (certain) immigrants who refuse to assimilate?
Is it racist to be angry when (certain) immigrants spit on your national traditions and values?
Is it racist to rebel against the EU when they say your country must accept "its fair share" of refugees, most of whom will never assimilate and who may pose a risk of terror?
Professor Cooper, who is sitting over here on our side of the pond, shows the same arrogance as President Obama did when he went to Britain recently and told the Brits that if Brexit passed, they would find themselves at the end of the queue when it came to trade agreements.
Brittany Cooper. I knew that name rang a bell. So I dug into the Fousesquawk archives and sure enough, I found this nugget:
You want to talk about racism? let's talk about Brittany Cooper.
"…This white, blond-haired, blue-eyed, gun-toting, Bible-quoting Jesus of the religious right is a god of their own making. I call this god, the god of white supremacy and patriarchy...
This God isn’t the God that I serve…He might be “biblical” but he’s also an asshole."
It seems self evident by now that gender studies is little more than part of the feminist, man-hating, bra-burning movement. Africana (or whatever you want to call it) studies is all too often racist in its own way, always indulging in bashing white people and attributing everything that goes wrong to white racism. Both fields of studies turn out graduates who are little qualified to do anything in the real world other than remaining in academia and teaching the next generation of "victims". And that's not just me talking. That's people like Shelby Steele, Larrty Elder, Thomas Sowell and numerous other black thinkers who say the same thing.
If Cooper were a Cub fan, she would blame their failures on-you guessed it- white racism.