Racebaiters & Racists

The Sarah Jeong Exposé et al.

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The Objectives

The Sarah Jeong Exposé is a blog with a few objectives. Firstly, it is a collection of tweets that branded her a racist. Many of the tweets date back to 2013. Secondly, Jeong doesn’t believe she is a racist since she is Asian and that ‘reverse racism isn’t a real thing. Even so, she must believe in ‘affirmative action’. Likewise, it benefited people of colour. Thirdly, Anyone can be a racist. Racism isn’t exclusive to whites. For instance, Asians, like Koreans, and blacks have history. This is something Jeong can’t deny.

Our objectives will also bring to light the role the New York Times played in this instance. The New York Times admitted they hired Jeong after they reviewed her tweets. The hatred for the police and white people must be an epidemic at The New York Times. They support Black Lives Matter but never fully vetted the organisation. They printed an opinion piece that claimed police brutality was pervasive. There is no evidence that it is. Matter in fact, communities without police presence have high crime rates.

Et al. means others will be so named. These include well-known racebaiter Tariq Nasheed. We exposed him in 2020 and we will continue to do so. He was even banned from entering the UK! He is the very worse of human kind. And his misdeeds should be revealed. He’s with the bottom feeders of society including Cambridge professor Priyamvada Gopal and Nick Canon.

People of colour can be race baiters and racists too. The colour of your skin doesn’t nullify hate. It amplifies it. You can no longer blame the ‘white race’. It’s all you. It’s all on you.

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