BLM Leader Says White People Are Sub-Human

The co-founder of the Toronto Black Lives Matter Chapter completely hates white people. This BLM leader says white people are sub-human.

On Facebook, Yusra Khogali wrote that “Whiteness is not humxness” and also that white skin is sub-humxn.” Khogali changes human to humxn to eliminate man from the word. This is a very common move that many left-wing feminists do. She was not done at this point. She also said that white people have “recessive genetic defects” and that “they need white supremacy to protect their survival as a people.”

That’s not all she had to say. She said “simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to.” On top of that, black people are “superhumyn.”

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According to the Toronto Sun, this was written in December of 2015. It can still be viewed online in cached form.

Just last week at a Toronto protest, Khogali called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a “white supremacist terrorist.” She called him this because he is not doing enough, in her mind, to stand up and take action against President Donald Trump.

Just last year, in a tweet, Khogali asked Allah for the strength to not kill white people.

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