Black Lives Matter Leader Calls White People ‘Sub-Human’: We Could ‘Wipe Out the White Race If We Had the Power’

The co-founder of the Toronto Black Lives Matter chapter not only believes white people are genetically inferior to black peoples, but that blacks could “literally wipe out the white race” if they only “had the power to” do it.

Yusra Khogali’s racist rant, posted on Facebook in late 2015 and since deleted, recently gained renewed attention after she called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a “white supremacist terrorist,” as reported by Mediaite.

The original Facebook rant read, in part:

“Whiteness is not humxness (gender-neutral alternative spelling). In fact, white skin is sub-humxn. All phenotypes exist within the black family and white [people] are a genetic defect of blackness.”

“White [people] are recessive genetic defects. This is factual.”

Screenshot: Toronto Sun

The Toronto Sun posted a screenshot of the complete post, which also reads:

“white ppl need white supremacy as a mechanism to protect their survival as a people because all they can do is produce themselves.

black ppl simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to.”

In Khogali’s mind, it’s all about the amount of melanin in the skin.

“Melanin enables black skin to capture light and hold it in its memory mode which reveals that blackness converts light into knowledge. Melanin directly communicates with cosmic energy.”

During a Toronto protest in February, she ranted against Trudeau, the Province of Quebec, and President Trump, calling him a “white supremacist coward.”

Incidentally, in early 2016, according to the Toronto Sun, Khogali tweeted: “Plz Allah give me strength to not cuss/kill these men and white folks out here today. Plz plz plz.”

So far, unlike her Facebook posts, it appears that Khogali’s race-related diatribes are not going away.

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