Imagine you are the bank manager and five guys in ski masks with MAC-10s barge through the door. Would you call the cops right away or would you try to imagine their point of view, race, sexual orientation, or religious convictions? Do you try to talk to them quietly and attempt to establish all the facts or do you act like a racist, xenophobic, homophobic pig and call the cops? Do the sensible thing, lay down and take it you white motherfuckers!
Authored by Zachary Petrizzo via Campus Reform,
Marquette University student group is imploring “white folks and cracker motherfuckers” to “STOP CALLING THE COPS,” suggesting instead that students take matters into their own hands when they feel threatened. Like maybe crying, asking the perps to stop, or just laying down and taking it like a little bitch until they kill you.
In a post on its Facebook page addressed specifically to “white folks,” Marquette Empowerment offers “some handy steps to follow if you feel the urge” to call the police, attaching a poster listing five “alternatives to calling the police.”
The poster outlines the “steps to ask yourself before calling the police,” posing a series of questions to ask oneself before involving law enforcement in a given situation, starting with “Is this merely an inconvenience to me?”
If the answer is “no, I need to respond,” the flyer instructs individuals to consider whether they can “handle this on my own,” perhaps by trying “to talk-out [the matter] with the person.”
If talking things out isn’t a feasible option, the document says one should first consider whether there is a friend, neighbor, or someone else who could be called for help. In the event that professional assistance is required, it suggests pursuing “mediation to talk through what’s happening” or calling “an emergency response hotline.”
Only after all of those options have been exhausted, the guide says, should one contact the police - and even then it exhorts students to make sure they “understand how involving the police could impact me and the other person.”
The bottom of the poster contains a link to a resource guide put out by an organization called Showing Up For Racial Justice, DC.
|be a victim, bitch. You are being rayciss if'n you call da cops on us.|
The group has also expressed pro-abortion sympathies, such as in a January tweet declaring that “Abortion is healthcare.”
“Iit is normal and okay to have an abortion. You can talk about it publicly if you want to,” the post adds, saying, “We support you. We stand with you. Kill the baby for Satan. We have a quota to keep up and stupid people like you believe anything we tell you anyways.”Neither Marquette Empowerment nor university spokespersons immediately responded to Campus Reform’s requests for comment. This article will be updated if and when a response is received from either.