If you want to find true racists — those who genuinely hate people based solely on their ancestry — just listen for the loudest voices denouncing others as racists. MSNBC’s pretentiously mononymous Touré, for example:
MSNBC host Touré founded a student newspaper dedicated to black liberation theology while he was a college student attending Emory University from 1989 to 1992.
Touré’s flagship publication, The Fire This Time, lavished praise on famous anti-Semites, black supremacists, and conspiracy theorists whom Touré helped bring to campus. Before he became an intense-but-sardonic TV personality, Touré also decried “the suffocating white community” and defended a nationally famous fake hate crime.
In an interview with The Daily Caller, Touré described the newspaper as “an important black voice on campus” and “a form of community building.”
I guess that would make him a community organizer. As we have seen, even an adolescent fool can go far with those credentials these days — given the right skin color and sufficiently hard left ideology. Turdé qualifies.
Touré’s duties included more than just publishing. The young campus gadfly brought to Emory speakers whom The Fire described as “role models from the real world to speak about life” and a “stunning list of visitors.”
This list of role models included Conrad Muhammad, at the time the would-be heir to Louis Farrakhan’s anti-white Nation of Islam.
Among Conrad Muhammad’s contributions to modern liberal thought was blaming Jewish “bloodsuckers” for making a hole in the ozone layer.
Another role model: H. Rap Brown, a.k.a. Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, author of the autobiography Die Nigger Die! At one time, Brown had been on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List for inciting a riot and carrying a gun across state lines. He spent five years in prison in the ‘70s for a robbery conviction and converted to Islam.
If you want H. Rap’s autograph, you will have to get it by mail; he is now serving a life sentence for killing a police officer.
Also included was Lenora Fulani, who ran for President as an independent in 1988. In 1989, according to the New York Times, Fulani wrote that Jews “had to sell their souls to acquire Israel” and had to “function as mass murderers of people of color to stay there.”
The next role model should have her own show on MSNBC:
Frances Cress Welsing, a self described black supremacist … is famous for putting forward the theory that white people are the genetically defective descendants of albino mutants.
No doubt those who don’t agree with this theory are racists.
As for the fake hate crime:
Sabrina Collins, a black freshman at Emory, reported in March 1992 that a dormitory had been vandalized and racist words written on her walls. The news made national attention. Touré and others protested for television cameras. Collins said the event had traumatized her.
Six months later Collins admitted the entire dorm vandalism story was a hoax.
Like so many others.
But Touré continued to defend Collins’ allegations after she retracted them. “In the aftermath,” Touré wrote in The Fire This Time, “THE POSSIBILITY THAT COLLINS HERSELF PERPETRATED THE CRIME HAS SEEMED TO MINIMIZE THE INCIDENT’S IMPORTANCE. IN ANALYZING THE EVENT’S IMPORTANCE TO EMORY, IT IS NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT IF COLLINS DID IT.” (Emphasis added by Touré.)
Touré went on to insist the incident be used to leverage a list of demands against the university, “including instituting an African American studies class as a distribution requirement.”
With liberals, it all comes down to lies, coercion, and brainwashing. Boor-aye’s future in the establishment media is secure.