What happens when someone is such a moron that they think ultra-Liberal Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau is a white supremacist? What kind of person would yell through a megaphone, saying that there is a wave of violence against Muslims, all throughout North America? What kind of intellectual authority would be given to someone who does not know the difference between recessive and dominant genes? Oh, and this person is using these grown-up words to claim that “White people are subhuman“. What role in society would someone have if they Tweeted something like “Allah give me strength not to kill white people”?
The answer to all of these questions is simple. Such a person would be a Muslim co-founder of Black Lives Matter.
And naturally the Huffington Post would publish an article stating that they stand behind this person.
And of course, she would be given the opportunity to give a TED Talk.
The co-founder of Black Lives Matter’s Toronto chapter believes white people are “recessive genetic defects” and sub-human.
Yusra Khogali wrote on Facebook that “Whiteness is not humxness” and that “white skin is sub-humxn,” according to The Toronto Sun. (Khogali intentionally misspells “human” in order to eliminate “man” from the word, a common practice among left-wing feminists.) She goes on to say that white people are “recessive genetic defects” who “need white supremacy to protect their survival as a people.”
Black people, Khogali writes, “simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to,” later adding that black people are “superhumxns.”
According to the Sun, Khogali wrote the post in December 2015. The post, which was resurfaced by the Sun over the weekend, can still be viewed online in cached form.
Khogali has a history of making racially inflammatory statements. (RELATED: Black Lives Matter Blames ‘White Supremacy’ For Orlando Terror Attack)
At a Toronto protest last week, Khogali called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a “white supremacist terrorist” for not doing enough — in her eyes — to stand up to President Trump.
In a tweet last year, Khogali asked “Allah” for strength to not kill “white folks.”
“Plz Allah give me strength to not cuss/kill these men and white folks out here today,” she tweeted.