A liberal professor at San Diego State University attacked a white female student for “cultural appropriation” when she wore braids in her hair. However, he quickly halted his racist attacks when he saw how she got the last laugh.
Forgetting one of the major reasons they lost the 2016 presidential election, leftists continue to focus on identity politics, further dividing up and segregating fringe special interest groups. One of the most divisive and regressive aspects of their campaign is the denouncement of alleged “cultural appropriation,” which embodies the extreme claim that one must refrain from utilizing aspects of other cultures, regardless of the effects it would have on our unity and progress.
One such insufferable advocate for this segregation is San Diego State University professor Oscar “Ozzie” Monge, who not only prides himself on his Native American and Chicano background but openly showcases racist abhorrence against the Caucasian race.
When faced with free thought, Monge wielded his authoritative position against one of his own female students, Crystal Sudano. Monge relentlessly harassed and berated Sudano for the smallest of liberal offenses, including wearing her hair in braids and donning an SDSU shirt depicting a spear.
However, Monge’s attacks soon came to a head. After discovering Sudano’s thought crime of opposing his campaign to eradicate the university of its Aztec mascot, Monge threatened to fail the student for disagreeing with him. Unfortunately for him, Sudano wasn’t a mindless liberal snowflake he could indoctrinate or intimidate.
According to Campus Reform, Monge has been found guilty of racial discrimination, harassment, and making threats toward Sudano after a 6-month investigation by the California Department of Justice. Sudano, now an SDSU graduate, brought 4 discrimination complaints against the American Indian Studies lecturer and exposed at least 15 harassing and threatening Facebook messages in which he vowed to lower her grade if she continued to defy his political agenda.
“Monge retaliated against Sudano … after she complained to (him) about his discriminatory and harassing conduct, and appeared to undermine Monge’s thesis in the mascot resolution debate,” the California DOJ report read. “Monge told Sudano that her grade would be lowered, ultimately causing her to seek a constructive withdrawal from (his) class.”
The racist professor used his teaching position to stifle Sudano’s First Amendment rights and constantly derided her based on her skin color. Additionally, Monge often used his podium to lambaste “whiteness” in bizarre racist rants, according to Fox News.
The professor also complained about the make-up of the university’s student union, telling the student that “The AS (Associated Students) is something else that confuses me … the way it’s structured, the way it runs and how damned white it is.”
Monge denied any wrongdoing, writing to the investigators that “It is quite easy to argue that ‘whiteness’ is synonymous with evil.”
The report concluded that “Monge uses ‘white’ whenever he wishes to explain someone who has done something wrong, or bad.”
Although other students may have suffered the same attacks but are too afraid to come forward, Monge consistently criticized Sudano’s appearance and views, chiding her every decision and focusing arguments he initiated on ad hominem attacks.
“Glad you chose to remove your bandana and braids,” he messaged Sudano. Forced to defend her choice of hairstyle, Sudano explained that she only wore braids to contain her locks while riding a motorcycle to class. Instead of finding solace in Sudano’s explanation, Monge childishly chastised her alleged “cultural appropriation” of motorcycle culture from Native Americans.
Of course, once Sudano expressed her opposition to Monge’s attempt to ban the school’s mascot, which the Associated Students (AS) voted 24-1 to keep, he threatened to fail her. Monge also spoke negatively about Sudano to her classmates, causing her to be ostracized in class.
The university confirmed that they are looking into Monge’s case, citing Executive Order 1097, which states that “all students have the right to participate fully in CSU programs and activities free from Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation.” However, they added that they are not allowed to discuss pending matters but will make a decision regarding his employment.
Monge has 14 days to appeal the California DOJ’s decision, which would give the university 60 days to respond with a final determination.
If Monge wants cultural appropriation to stop, perhaps he should get the plank out of his own eye, considering he’s appropriating Italy’s culture and heritage by teaching in a university. Of course, the first braids are believed to have originated in African over 5,000 years ago — but don’t expect Monge to stop wearing them in his hair or denounce his fellow Native Americans for appropriating the style. His selective racism won’t allow it.
This is the liberal indoctrination and corruption that’s taking place on campuses across the U.S. The left is proselytizing young people in an attempt to raise up armies of mindless socialists who give back power to the government.
Not only should Monge lose his job, he must be made to serve as an example that political propaganda, especially that which undermines the constitutional rights and liberties of the students, will not stand in our education system.