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So the Smith College chick who claims to be traumatized from a non-incident in which she briefly had to speak with an unarmed campus cop just won’t end. She’s the new Maude. And you gotta see her interview yesterday with Boston.com after she falsely outed two innocent employees for being the ones who called the campus cops on her for sleeping in an unauthorized area:
Kanoute said she’s done her best to forget the experience of being approached by a uniformed officer asking what she was doing in the school building. But even being back home in New York, surrounded by family and loved ones, she said she’s felt the school year “creeping up on her” with the rising fear that she will face a similar situation again.
In a way, she says it feels “inevitable.”
My heart shouldn’t race when I see a campus police car or a cop car. Little things like that already made me nervous before because of what I see on the news, but now that it’s actually happened to me, it makes me hypersensitive to the fact that it could happen again. And that it could be worse if it were to happen again.”
“Rising fear” that she might at some point in the future speak to a campus cop for 15 seconds over a misunderstanding. I can’t. I just can’t.
She has since taken the innocent cafeteria worker’s name down (since it’s libelous and she is well aware that she was wrong) but has offered no apology. Instead she insists that the woman was likely in on it, and that racist Smith College is covering it up.
“I just don’t feel safe,” the 21-year-old said. “But I can’t leave. I’m not only advocating for myself, I’m also advocating for my peers. I need to pressure change on that campus to make it a better place for incoming students in the future.”
She doesn’t feel safe on campus BECAUSE they overly cautious about people who might not belong on campus. Makes sense.
As she recounted the decision to start filming when she saw a uniformed police officer approaching her, Kanoute started to cry.
“I just immediately thought of my family and started praying,” she said. “And in my head I was just like, ‘Stay calm. Do not stand up. Do not try to walk away. Just stay where you are. Be polite, answer their questions, and use your phone.’ That’s all I could think.”
A campus cop asked her a question and she “started praying.” Totally not dramatizing this whole thing for a pay day. And she thought things like “don’t stand up and try to walk away.” Ya know, stuff people should think when the cops are trying to ask them a question.
She also doesn’t wanna hear people tell her that she’s not the victim of a traumatic event….
“Basically devaluing my existence and my entire experience as a woman of color,” she said. “To have a white person tell me how I should feel about racism is just — I don’t even have the words. To have someone — who has never experienced racism — tell me how I should react to it or how I should respond.”
She pointed to an article by Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby titled, “At Smith College, the racist incident that wasn’t,” as an example of the criticism and attitude she’s encountered. [Boston.com is owned by the same parent company, Boston Globe Media Partners, as the Globe.]
“Misunderstandings happen,” Jacoby wrote in his column. “One aspect of maturity is learning to distinguish malice from error. What happened to Kanoute last week was unfair, but it was a momentary unpleasantness, not a hateful assault on her dignity as a black woman.”
Newsflash – you did not experience racism. You experienced a misunderstanding that has happened to millions of people, including those of us who are white.
It’s sad that I have to do so much racial labor to teach people how to not be racist. It’s like c’mon, we’re not in the ’50s, you know?
Racism in the 1950’s:
Racism in 2018:
Yup. She’s the one who should be educating other people about this country’s history of racism. She’s obviously very familiar with it.
Then finally there was this:
“I want people — especially if they’re white — to stop exercising their white privilege by calling authorities on us, on people of color, for absolutely nothing except existing,” Kanoute said of what she wants people to take away from her experience. “I want them to realize that it’s just wrong. If you have a concern, at least approach the person and talk to them first before calling the police on them. I’m tired of being demonized and devalued and dehumanized for how I look. It’s just not fair. I am not a threat.”
As soon as you mention “white privilege” you officially become a joke. Keep in mind, this girl is part of the 1%. She comes from a filthy rich family that could afford to send her not only to the very expensive Smith College, but also to a $60,000 a year boarding school in Connecticut before this. She defamed two innocent people, refuses to apologize for it, and will not be punished for it. The school is actively trying to offer her settlement money to stop defaming their employees specifically BECAUSE she is not white. If a white student falsely accused a black faculty member or student of something they did not do they would likely have been expelled by now.
In other words, she is the definition of privileged. She gets things other people don’t, and a lot of the advantages she gets are specifically because she is black. I’ve had the cops called on me over non-issues before and never was offered cash to stop talking about it.
The easiest way to debunk the myth of “white privilege” is to pose SJWs with this simple question – how much could I sell my white skin to a person of color for? How many dollars would a person of color pay to be the white coal miner from West Virginia making $24,000 a year? Oh right. They would be zero dollars for that. Which makes being white completely worthless, because it has no monetary value whatsoever.
Oumou also claimed that she feared for her life because the cop had a gun:
“… it was particularly traumatizing to realize that someone with a lethal weapon, and the full authority of the state of Massachusetts might have been called to respond to the incident,” Kanoute had claimed in an earlier post.
Except that was a lie too:
“Unarmed Campus Police officers respond to all on-campus calls, 24 hours a day, 365 days per year,” the College said. “Campus Police may contact the Northampton Police Department for additional support only in those instances where required–large events, major crimes, etc.”
But if you think that’s gonna get her to tell the truth you’re dead wrong. Oumou lies like this for one reason – dumb white women. There are no shortage of woke white women who will believe anything someone like Oumou says because they are consumed with white guilt. But I’ve never, ever seen anything quite like this woman:
Pamela Thilo is from Cambridge, so you know where this is going. But she’s not content with being just another Cambridge SJW. She’s going for the crown of Queen Woke with this amazingly hot take:
Yup. There it is. The stupidest thing you will read all day. What happened to Oumou was the same thing as 9/11. Terrorists killing 3,000 people by flying planes into buildings is equal to speaking to officer friendly for 10 seconds. It’s like a bad episode of “When keeping it woke goes wrong.”
She also thinks this woman doesn’t look like a man (as the caller thought she was) and anyone who does think she looks like a man is a fragile white guy racist….
She looks nothing like a man???
Oh yea, she totally doesn’t look like the love child of Scottie Pippen and Otis Nixon:
Of course Pamela Thilo knows a lot about what it’s like to be black from her experiences with never hanging out with any black people….
Despite living in a fairly diverse city, when her husband Marc McGovern for City Council their campaign team was about as diverse as a Pearl Jam concert…..
Here’s a hot take – Pamela Thilo is the one who is racist. After all, she seems to go out of her way to stay in nearly all white circles, despite living in an area where she’d have no problem interacting with diverse groups of people.
Speaking of racist, she’s also a big supporter of a famous white woman who pretends to be a member of a historically oppressed racial group so she can benefit off of the injustices they suffered:
Oh, and she likes that congressman from Melrose who looks like she could be hired to work at a haunted house….
Of course the reason people like this jump at the opportunity to call other people racist is because they are masking their own racism. If Pamelo Thilo insists on calling other people racist for being logical then it’s only fair to point out that it’s actually her who is the racist.