White Fag to Teach College Course on Beyonce and ‘Black Feminist Theory’

Daily Stormer
February 4, 2014

We can feel the black power emanating from her.
We can feel the black female power emanating from her. Or maybe it’s just the normal angry black chick vibe. Hard to tell.

The decline of our civilization can be seen most clearly in our universities. These were once institutions of higher learning, where young White men were trained to be bearers of high culture. Now they have become cesspools of degenerate ideologies, where our youth are poisoned by the anti-White, anti-Christian doctrines of Jewish Cultural Marxism.

The latest example of this comes from Rutgers University, where lecturer Kevin Allred will be teaching a class that examines pop-star Beyonce from the perspective of “black feminist theory”.

This is what your college professor would have looked like back when our civilization was healthy.
This is what your college professor would have looked like back when our civilization was healthy.
Kevin Allred. This is the queer who will be teaching our youth about black feminism.
Kevin Allred. This is the queer who will be teaching our youth about black feminism.

Any sober observer can understand the Beyonce phenomenon quite easily: she dresses and acts in a whorish manner, and she is promoted by the Jew-controlled media as part of an effort to glamorize the American Negro. But Allred plans on filling the minds of his students with nonsense about how Beyonce’s career is a profound commentary on race and gender.

From the Daily Mail:

The class supplements an analysis of Beyonce’s videos and lyrics with readings from black feminists. Allred says he’s seeking to help students think more critically about media consumption.

‘She certainly pushes boundaries,’ Allred said. ‘While other artists are simply releasing music, she’s creating a grand narrative around her life, her career, and her persona.’

The lecturer will only assign readings by black feminist writers on his course, such as bell hooks, Alice Walker and Sojourner Truth.

Allred explained that he discovered the work of these women in the library while growing up in Utah. ‘Their work resonated with me in ways that other content hadn’t,’ Allred said.

‘I found myself identifying with their writing because racism, sexism, homophobia, and privilege are larger systems under which we all operate,’ he added.

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