Khogali’s tweet – no longer on the social media platform – reads:
The National Pulse (h/t nita) The daughter of Sudanese Muslim refugees, she has also insisted white people are “recessive genetic defects” who should be “wiped out,” that “whiteness is not humxness,” and “white skin is sub-humxn” in 2015 Facebook posts.
Khogali, an alleged “anti-racist” activist and founder of the Black Liberation Collective Canada, only had one qualm with the tweet: it “drowned out the discussion we sought to spark about the black lives of those who have died at the guns of police in this country.”
Despite these clearly racist attacks, Khogali received a Canadian government-sanctioned“Young Women in Leadership Award” in 2018.
Recipients of the awards are connected with “women interested in politics with female leaders on council and in the civil service,” and “the program is meant to encourage women to run for public office. Khogali has also been invited to speak at countless universities.
While BLM has turned increasingly violent in the wake of George Floyd’s death – tearing down historic statues and monuments nationwide – it appears this radical leaning has long been a lifeblood for the movement.
Embodying a quintessentially Alinskyite tactic – to accuse the other side of that which you are guilty – BLM’s accusation of racism in white people pale in comparison to the racism entrenched in their movement.
In the video below, Yusra Khogali provided her own insights about the motivation behind the terrorist attack on Quebec City mosque on January 29, 2017. She claimed that Canadian Muslims are subject to a threat of being murdered as they live in a “white settler colonial state” and as a result of the war on Islam because “it directly challenges white supremacy violence.”