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Anti-White Racism at a New Jersey Medical School

Lewis Loflin

Born and raised in Mozambique and a naturalized U.S. citizen, 45-year-old Paulo Serodio identified himself as "white African American" in one of his classes. This would have thrilled a New Jersey medical school that finally found a qualified "African" candidate to fill its racist quota system known as affirmative action. The only problem was Serodio was white. (There's no reports he applied as an "African American.")

The liberal anti-white racists came down with a steel jackboot. According to press reports he was assaulted and kicked out of the medical school. The ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, and other far-left "civil rights" organizations are silent as usual. ABC News asked (May 13, 2009) "Can a white guy be African-American?"

Dr. Walter E. Williams in an article Race Talk had this to say,

Another problem with the African-American label is not all people of African ancestry are dark. Whites are roughly 10 percent of Africa's population and include not only European settlers but Arabs and Berbers as well.

So is an Afrikaner who becomes a U.S. citizen a part of United States' African-American population? Should census takers and affirmative action/diversity bean counters count Arabs, Berbers and Afrikaners who are U.S. citizens as African-Americans and should they be eligible for racial quotas in college admittance and employment?

Are black Americans a minority group? When one uses the term minority, there is an inference that somewhere out there is a majority but in the United States we are a nation of minorities.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau 2000 census, where people self-identify, the ancestry of our largest ethnic groups are people of German ancestry (15.2 percent), followed by Irish (10.8 percent), African (8.8), and English (8.7) ancestry. Of the 92 ethnic groups listed, in the census, 75 of them are less than 1 percent of our population.

Race talk often portrays black Americans as downtrodden and deserving of white people's help and sympathy. That vision is an insult of major proportions...

But for liberal racists who are really just socialists, socialism needs victims. That's part of its pseudo-religious theology to have the "down trodden" rise up and install a socialist society. If we don't have any "down trodden" we invent them. Continuing with ABC News on the hell inflicted on Mr. Serodio: "I wouldn't wish this to my worst enemy."

I'm not exaggerating. This has destroyed my life, my career." He decided to sue. The following extracts of what was inflicted on Mr. Serodio that would bring hate-crime charges if this centered on a non-white. Intimidation, threats, expulsion, and censorship. Where in the hell are the civil rights crowd on this?

The lawsuit, which asks for Serodio's reinstatement at the school and monetary damages, named the Newark-based University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and several doctors and university employees as defendants...the lawsuit traces a series of events that Serodio maintains led to his 2007 suspension, starting with a March 2006 cultural exercise in a clinical skills course taught by Dr. Kathy Ann Duncan, where each student was asked to define themselves for a discussion on culture and medicine.

After Serodio labeled himself as a white African-American, another student said she was offended by his comments and that, because of his white skin, was not an African-American. According to the lawsuit, Serodio was summoned to Duncan's office where he was instructed "never to define himself as an African-American & because it was offensive to others and to people of color for him to do so."

...The lawsuit claims Serodio began to be harassed by other students who sought disciplinary action against him for his statement in Duncan's class, but was never given a chance to defend his views against the complaints...According to the lawsuit, Serodio then wrote an article for the student newspaper, titled "A More Colorful View Than Black and White," in an attempt to explain his self-identification and to call for tolerance at the school.

But when complaints started pouring into Dr. I. Thomas Cohen, then the dean of student affairs, the lawsuit alleges that Serodio was called in again and told by Cohen that if he "lay low for awhile" Cohen would see that a record of the incident would not be placed in Serodio's transcript...His own children, he said, are of mixed ethnicity: European and Chinese. In his own case, he said, "There's a distinction to be made here between ethnicity and being from Africa."

The lawsuit claims Serodio tried to stop publication on the newspaper article, but was too late. In response, the professor of the latter cultural class posted a reply on the bulletin boards at the medical school stating that Serodio "had failed to learn professionalism and humanism." That's when, according to the lawsuit, the harassment, some physical, began in earnest.

According to the lawsuit, Serodio's tires were vandalized in December of 2006, other students put up posters slamming him and he was denied protection by the school. In January 2007, Serodio was made to promise he would never again write in any public forum at the school at the risk of facing disciplinary action, according to the lawsuit...

He "had failed to learn professionalism and humanism?" In other words he wasn't a liberal racist/cultural Marxist. According to ABC News Serodio was "technically reinstated" to the school. While Serodio may finally get his medical degree, we must end this anti-white racism and demand all citizens get equal treatment. See How Marxism became racism


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