February 14, 2007
Supremacist Views Proudly Spouted in UNC Newspaper
According to an essay by Linda Quiquivix, published in the Daily Tarheel (Univ of North Carolina), her requirements for a boyfriend (Feb 9, "Know this, future ex-boyfriends" are that he must believe that people with darker skin are superior to people with lighter skin. And he must not have any compassion for Jewish children blown up by Hezbollah and Hamas rockets and bombs, because (Quiquivix presumes) Israelis are white.
Aside from being blatantly callous and racist, Quiquivix is ignorant of the fact that most of Israel's citizens are darker skinned Jews whose ancestors lived for centuries in places like Ethiopia, Yemen, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, India, Morocco and Spain. For example, Palestinian Qassam bombs blew into pieces 4-year-old Yuval Abedeh and 2-year-old Dorit Benisian, whose families were part of the 21,000 persecuted starving black Jews rescued en masse from Ethiopia by Israel in Operation Moses (1984) and Operation Solomon (1991). Quixquivix also appears unaware that 20% of Israeli citizens are Arabs, who have also been victims of Palestinian terror.
How odd that Quiquivix is knee-jerk anti-Israel, when Israel is the most progressive, free country in the Middle East, with equal rights for people of all ethnicities, sexual orientation and religions. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of a society where people are judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin seems very far away when uninformed supremacist views such as Quiquivix's are welcome in a student newspaper.
Posted by LG at February 14, 2007 12:17 PM
After reading her "essay" it would seem that she's just a common Jew-hater.
She mentions nothing about any other conflicts in this world, no other oppressed peoples, no other children being killed...this tells me that she cares not about people...she merely cares about and supports any enemy of the JOOOOOS.
why not send this to the unc newspaper's letters to the editor and get them to publish it?
Posted by: Arik at February 14, 2007 05:17 PM
If that girl's saving the world, I'd prefer to let it die.
Posted by: Johnny at February 14, 2007 05:54 PM
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