On February 9, 2016, Khogali wrote only social media: “Please Allah, give me the strength not to curse/kill these men and whites today. Please, please, please.”
In 2015, she said on Facebook that people with white skin tones were “genetically defective” and “subhuman” and that they should be “eradicated” .
“Being white is not human. In fact, white skin is even sub-human. All phenotypes exist within the black family and white people are genetic defects of blacks. […] Melanin affects […] abilities such as intelligence, memory and creativity […] Melanin enables black skin to absorb light and keep it in its memory state, which shows that blackness turns light into knowledge. Melanin communicates directly with cosmic energy. Hence the indigenousness of the people comes from the black. We are the first and strongest of all humans and our genes are the basis of humanity. […] Black people could literally wipe out whites through their dominant genes if we had the power to do so. ”
The statements by this BLM founder are crystal clear, much more so than the alleged “systemic” racism present in the ranks of police officers. Yusra Khogali is sadly not an isolated case – other BLM representatives have also called for violence and retribution.
And while the system media editors are well aware of this, no one has yet condemned these alarming pronouncements. Chanelle Helm, co-founder of BLM’s Louisville, KY chapter, told whites to hand over their property to blacks and urged blacks to get white co-workers fired for “racism”.
Harvard graduate and Princeton part-time teacher Claira Janover threatened to stab anyone who dared to say “all lives matter.” They were mostly praised for their extreme views on social media.
Harvard grad and Princeton part-time teacher Claira Janover threatens to stab anyone who says “all lives matter.” The end result of an Ivy League college education. pic.twitter.com/slSHd2TMxR
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 1, 2020