This July 15th marked the 10-year anniversary of the death of Brittney Watts, a 26yr old woman killed by an African as revenge for “white privilege”. VDARE writer Paul Kersey, who shared a mutual friend with Watts, tells us the story:
In 2011, 22 yr old Nkosi Thandiwe shot three women in a parking garage, killing Watts and injuring two others. The shooting sparked many questions on who would want to murder happy and newlywed Brittney. However, during the trial, the racial element of the story came to light. Thandiwe would go on to confess that his spree was fuelled by hatred against whites that he had learned in anthropology classes at the University of West Georgia. He later testified, “I was trying to prove a point that Europeans had colonized the world, and as a result of that, we see a lot of evil today,” he said. “In terms of slavery, it was something that needed to be answered for. I was trying to spread the message of making white people mend.” Thandiwe’s public defender attempted to enter a plea of insanity, but the plea did not succeed and Thandiwe was sentenced to life in prison without parole, plus 65 years.
Let it sink in: A black male was motivated to murder based on what he was taught about white people at the college he attended, strongly mirroring today’s rampant anti-white CRT creating racial hostility in schools. Apart from dissidents such as VDARE.com and Jared Taylor, no one paid any attention to the racial motivation behind Brittney’s murder. It might even be the first time you are hearing this story. The anti-white hatred being stoked in schools is well-illustrated by this middle school teacher: “In isolation and without historical perspective, the thematic message in every book was clear: White Europeans were and are evil and African Americans were and are victimized by white oppressors.”
In 2011, the year of Watts’ murder, CRT was largely sequestered in university and college humanities courses. Today, as Paul Kersey points out, “We have corporations like Coca Cola telling their white employees to be ‘less white,’ and Lockheed Martin sending white executives to re-education camps to atone for their white privilege.”
Through the story of Brittney Watts and the motive of her murderer, the true nature and purpose of CRT comes to light, and it must be stopped.