Everyday when a non-white person comes across a white person in all walks of life, one of the things one must consider is what type of white person they are dealing with. Is this a racist white person or just someone I should suspect and keep my racism radar up when in their presence.
Who knew other than possibly the family and friends of North Carolina math teacher Cynthia Ramsey, that the woman is a blatant white supremacist and racist who fantasizes about killing non-white people. Perhaps, Ramsey wishes she could follow in the footsteps of many a so-called founding father of the United States.
Cynthia Ramsey teaches at Camden County High School in North Carolina and a parent, another white person, has come forward to reveal that the math teacher told her that “if she only had 10 days to live that she would kill all Black people,”. While parent Kimberly Ashcroft says she is “shocked”, she should not be shocked when white supremacy symbolism is on display all around the country for all to see like the money they use everyday. The United States revels in its white supremacy roots.
Before Benjamin Franklin was helping to sell car insurance in tv commercials, in real life the highly held “founding father” was hocking rum as a means to help wipe out the indigenous tribes of North America.
In the 1750s Franklin wrote in his autobiography, “If it be the design of Providence to extirpate these Savages in order to make room for cultivators of the Earth, it seems not improbable that rum may be the appointed means.”
In plainer words, Ben Franklin, a farmer, was pondering on how to turn a large number of indigenous people into drunks and make them defenseless against a white genocidal onslaught so that their land could be stolen.
No one should be shocked when a white person makes the mistake of letting their mental sickness be known. Ramsey allegedly was suspended with pay for two days but is back on her job to practice racism and white supremacy against the non-white teens of Camden County High School. Camden County North Carolina has a population of just under 10,000 and is over 82% white. Camden County is also the location of Academi’s Blackwater Lodge and Training Center for paramilitary and security operations. Several former Blackwater employees were recently found guilty of committing mass murder against Iraqis in 2007.