Ew: Cream Crust Columbia Student Goes Viral For Racist Rant

Ew: Cream Crust Columbia Student Goes Viral For Racist Rant On Loving White People [Video]

- By Bossip Staff

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He Thinks White People Are The Best Thing To Happen To The World


Someone’s talking about “White pride” again.

This time the mayo upliftment is coming from a Columbia University student who was giving his racist speech to a diverse group of students. Someone recorded the ridiculousness and the video posted to Twitter has since gone viral.

“White people are the best people that ever happened to the world,” yelled the student in the video, who’s identified by the Columbia University Spectator as sophomore Julian von Abele.

“We are so amazing! I love myself, and I love my people! Fu** yeah White people!” Von Abele yelled AT 4 A.M. ON A SUNDAY!

The pasty pontificater followed his classmates from Butler Library to a campus dining spot, according to New York Daily News. In the clip, he went on to wave his arms and scream that Europeans “built the modern world.”

“I don’t hate other people, I just love White men!” he said, as someone off-screen sighed, “Oh God.”

Peep the BS below if you have the energy.


Several school deans have denounced Von Abele’s rant in a letter to the student body, and they revealed that the university was starting a disciplinary investigation.

“Although we cannot comment on the proceedings, this incident is already under investigation by the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, and we want to assure you that it will be investigated thoroughly, beginning with interviews of witnesses,” the letter said.

It continued, “We are alarmed at the rise of incidents of racism and hate speech in our world today. It is more important than ever that we continually demonstrate our core values and restate our commitment to a diverse, inclusive community on campus. At Columbia, we stand firmly against White supremacist language and violence.”

One email from “Justice for Julian,” an anonymous group of Columbia students, tried to defend Von Abele.

“We do not agree with or condone the content of what Julian says from a historical and factual perspective; however, we maintain that he has a right to speak freely without fear of retribution from the administration and tyrannical mobs of students on campus,” the e-mail said. “We further maintain that what he stated in the recorded footage is neither racist nor a threat to students of color on campus.”


But okay anonymous racist group.



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