July 28, 2023
Two weeks ago, former Toronto District School Board (TDSB) principal Richard Bilkszto, an esteemed educator with 24 years’ experience, took his own life. The 60-year-old principal’s career as an educator spanned 24 years, in which time he was an advocate for anti-discrimination and racism in Canada.
In 2021, Richard and other White teachers were forced to attend two TDSB-mandated diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) sessions, led by the KOJO Institute.
During a discussion of the Black Lives Matter movement and ‘White privilege’, Bilkszto raised a concern, disagreeing with the assertion of ‘White racism’ and claims of Canada being a racist country.
Predictably, the leftist and antiwhite facilitator, Kike Ojo-Thompson, objected and berated him in front of his colleagues. Kike Ojo-Thompson, referring to Bilkszto as an ‘old White man’, demanded that he apologies for his ‘learnt racism’ and confess his so-called privilege.
Her abusive and demented language gives us a window into her sadistic mindset and the other fanatics like her who have taken over our school boards.
According to her LinkedIn, Kike Ojo-Thompson is an ‘equity thought leader and an expertise on anti-racism and anti-Black racism educator,’. Whatever that means.
His stellar career and reputation took on a sour note after he was bullied and humiliated in a multiple TDSB-mandated DEI sessions by Kike Ojo-Thompson. Instead of offering support to Bilkszto and protection in these antiwhite sessions, the school board distanced itself from him. One of his black colleague, Sheryl Robinson Petrazzini, who has since been made an education director in Hamilton, thanked the facilitator for humiliating him and “modelling the discomfort.”
The accusation of racism is something that has been weaponized by nonwhites against Whites. It follows a simple definition:
A person of color is a victim of racism, by definition. A person identified as White is a racist, by definition.
Not only does the new definition fail to capture the full meaning of racism; the definition is itself an example of the antiwhite racism being taught to our children in schools and is being implemented in workplaces.
We have seen over and over again how accusation of racism is used against White people.
- Bryant, a well-known Black Lives Matter activist, ruined White student’s reputation, accusing her of referring to George Floyd rioters as “speed bumps” and threatening to run them over – only to later admit she lied. While Zyahna rose to fame, fortune and went on to have a successful career with glowing profiles in media outlets, Morgan’s life was completely destroyed.
- Sarah was a visibly pregnant White nurse who, after a long 12-hours shift, was attacked by 6 black men over a citibike. When the video of the incident went viral, Sarah was immediately perceived as the aggressor in that scenario. Sarah’s life was completely destroyed, forced into hiding and her workplace placed her on an unpaid leave. When it was later found out that Sarah was indeed innocent and the 6 black men, welfare recipients, were abusing the citibike discount, Monique Judge – a black supremacist who helped dox the pregnant White nurse – responded:
“At the end of the day, the receipts don’t matter. The bike doesn’t matter. Sarah Jane Comrie’s actions in that moment are what matter.”
Whites have become the only group of people where it is socially acceptable and legal to discriminate, hate, slander and accuse with full immunity from any pushback.
Overt acts of anti-black discrimination or any other discrimination today are socially, politically, and professionally unimaginable. Antiwhite hatred and discrimination, on the other hand, has become almost an institutional requirement. Schools and businesses seem fearful lest they are accused of not doing enough to stereotype, denigrate, marginalize, and suppress “Whiteness.”