So, I do believe that the words from this founder of BLM in Toronto begs the question:
Is this not Racism in its purest form?
Yusra Khogali is a woman who at one point had, as these things go, a fair amount of gravitas within the Black Lives Matter orbit.
According to the Toronto Sun, she’s the co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto, the organization’s official chapter in Canada’s largest city. She’s also a poster child for why conservatives don’t necessarily believe the transnational Black Lives Matter organization — as opposed to the lower-cased three-word construct “black lives matter” — is a particularly representative movement.
You may have seen Khogali’s name once or twice in your Twitter feed this week, although not because of any her own tweets. Her account is gone. Same thing with Facebook.
Before then, however, she left quite the trail.
In 2015, she wrote this message, which one popular Twitter user reminded us all of:
That’s James Lindsay, famous as one of the minds behind the “Sokal Squared” grievance studies academic hoax.
This, alas, isn’t a hoax. Nor is the fact that Khogali won a leadership award from the city. What Lindsay gets wrong is that the city was Toronto and that she received the award in 2018, after she wrote this, according to the Toronto Star.
The post got a bit of play in the media a few years back, though, and it’s worth revisiting if just because this is what Black Lives Matter Toronto was willing to countenance.
“[W]hiteness is not humxness,” Khogali wrote in the Facebook missive, which used post-gendered spelling. “[In fact], white skin is sub-humxn. [A]ll phenotypes exist within the black family and white ppl are a genetic defect of blackness.”
I don’t believe I’ll get an answer, but I’m curious — how does that work? Her explication reads like someone just watched her first Louis Farrakhan speech on YouTube and was duly mesmerized: “[W]hite ppl have a higher concentration of enzyme inhibitors that [suppress] melanin production.”
White people are “genetically deficient” because, among other things, “melanin is present at the inception of life … directly linked to the strength of the nervous system … directly linked to the strength of neuro systems affecting capacities like intelligence, memory and creativity.”
It also “enables black skin to capture light and hold it in its memory mode which reveals that blackness converts light” and “directly communicates with cosmic energy.”
“[T]his is why the [indigeneity] of all humxnity comes from our blackness,” Khogali said. “[W]e are the first and strongest of all humxns and our genetics are the foundation of all humxnity.”
“THEREFORE white ppl are recessive genetic defects. [T]his is factual,” she continued. “[W]hite ppl need white supremacy as a mechanism to protect their survival as a people because all they can do is produce themselves. [B]lack ppl simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to.”
“[D]o you ever wonder how black ppl after centuries of colonial violence, genocide and destruction — no matter what systems created to make us extinct … how we keep coming back?” she concluded.
“[I]t is because we are superhumxns.”
This post, unearthed by the Toronto Sun in 2017, was deleted, because of course it was, though it wasn’t the only controversial statement Khogali had made on social media:
That’s not even particularly surprising, given what we know about Khogali. It had also, like the strange post about eugenics, been written before she became a media figure.
In a column for the Toronto Star shortly after that tweet — and the backlash it caused — she said she was reacting to negative tweets.
“During Black History Month, I was bombarded by tweets from white men asking me to prove that racism, Islamophobia and misogyny exist. Why should I have to prove the existence of the forces that torment me and members of my community to people who don’t believe they exist and, worse, who perpetuate them?” she wrote.
“And so two months ago I tweeted, ‘Plz Allah give me strength not to cuss/kill these men and white folks out here today.’ I put my rage and trauma into words, not action, not threat. Faced with hate, I sought restraint from god and support from my online community.”
That tweet got traction, however, after she became visible due to the BLM movement.
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Again I pose the question to the reader:
Are the words of this young woman – a leader in Black Lives Matter Toronto – are they not PURE RACISM?
After all, isn’t it the subject of Systemic Racism of Whites against Blacks; isn’t that always the premise of the narrative? That’s a rhetorical question because the answer is a resounded YES.
But BLM is true to its Marxist ideology. Karl Marx said this:
“Accuse your enemy of what you are doing, as you are doing it to cause confusion.”
The problem is not SKIN – the problem is SIN
As Christians, we can see that which is happening in America for what it truly is. Hatred comes from Sin. Satan uses this sinful hatred for his own purposes.
I wrote this article so that those “whites” who have jumped on the BLM bandwagon and feel that it is a noble thing which they have done; these people need to know the truth. Black Lives DO Matter – especially as followers of Christ, we would agree. But the ‘Black Lives Matter’ organization is a different issue.
They are backed by Jihadist groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, Hamas and other Islamist off-shoots. They are Trained Marxists. Those whites joining this group will be disappointed or worse when they wake up and understand that these people are dangerous and not looking for “white” friends. They are looking to overthrow our American way of life and implement Marxism and possibly Sharia Law.
I am praying all throughout the day for America and for all of those involved in this battle. I am praying that many will come to know our Lord and Savior in the midst of this chaos.