Johnny Eric Williams Got Tenure By Hating Whitey

Tenured Sociology Professor Johnny Eric Williams has recently called for the extermination of White people… again. In fact, calling for our deaths is what secured him tenure.

Trinity Professor Johnny Eric Williams Calls White People 'Inhuman A-holes' Says 'Let Them Die ...

His eyes are naturally so narrow that I don’t know about drooping eyelids or even which side is dominant. He seems to have the pear-shaped head that suggests desire to both respect and be respected but this is not confirmed by the middle third of his face being dominant. Instead, it’s dominant lower third, which denotes practicality… which is not what I would expect of a college professor.

A nose that looks like a plucked turkey tail–wide, bulbous and in profile, angled downward–is correlated with social deviancy but don’t take that as gospel just yet. It’s something I’m still looking into. Physiognomy research is hard.

For what it’s worth, Buddha ears (banana-shaped) indicate good luck in the Chinese system, unless the earlobes poke out sideways, then it’s “die young”.

Trinity College Professor: ‘Whiteness Is Terrorism’

By Tom Ciccotta, 27 April 2019

According to a report from Newsweek, Trinity College Professor Johnny Eric Williams is making waves again. Breitbart News reported in June 2017 that Williams had argued that first responders should have let Representative Steve Scalise die after he was shot during a practice for the congressional baseball game. Williams also shared a blog post by an anonymous author that asked black people to withhold life-saving help from white people in need.

“If you see them drowning. If you see them in a burning building. If they are bleeding out in an emergency room. If the ground is crumbling beneath them. If they are in a park and they turn their weapons on each other: do nothing,” the post read.

That’s cold, man. Yeah, I want blacks shipped back to Africa but that won’t stop me from saving the life of an innocent black given the chance. I don’t hate you guys. I’m just frustrated at 200+ years of failed efforts at integration. It’s you, not us.

I hear that attitude annoys non-Whites across the planet. A story I read somewhere had a NATO observer expressing frustration that American soldiers would invade a village only to put out a structure fire and heal the burned, then come back the next day and torch the opium fields. *shrug* I don’t see the contradiction.

More recently, Williams tweeted that “whiteness is terrorism.” [GQ: On Easter Sunday.] Now, he’s defending those comments. In a conversation with Newsweek, Williams said that his tweets are only controversial to white people.

“They’re not controversial in the academy. They’re not controversial within the black community. I don’t think they’re controversial at all,” Williams said, defending his tweet. “I think they’re controversial with people who see themselves as white, because it reveals in a telegraph that they’re immersed in that whiteness to a point where it’s hard for them to see anything else.”

I believe him. I also believe that’s why blacks have to go back and our gov’t-funded college system, shut down entirely.

“I’m referring to whiteness as an ideology, which everyone in the United States is immersed in because we live in a white supremacy society,” Williams added. “Because there are people walking around believing that they’re white and acting as if they’re white, when there’s just the human race.”

If indoor plumbing is whiteness, and whiteness is terrorism, then we’ll not only send you back to Africa, we’ll track you down by the stink of you. Even our dogs will be happy the see you gone. And if some whites also reject toilets because toilets are white then I guess they can go with you. Bon appetit, ya savage.

I was curious about his 2017 suspension by the administration, in light of his claiming that his behavior was not objectionable to them. Here’s the announcement:

From Trinity President Joanne Berger-Sweeney

June 26, 2017

To the Members of the Trinity Community,

As a follow-up to my note from last week, I write to inform you that Professor Johnny Williams has been placed on leave, effectively immediately. We’ve determined that a leave is in the best interest of both Professor Williams and the college. The review by the Dean of the Faculty of the events concerning Professor Williams will continue.

Very well. Sounds like standard procedure.

Meanwhile, I want to take care to note that the principles that underlie this particular set of events go far beyond the actions of any one person.

Whoa, what? We’re talking about the words of one person, Professor Williams.

These involve principles that concern how we think about academic freedom and freedom of speech, as well as the responsibilities that come with those fundamental values. It’s true, too, that as scholars and citizens, and as individuals and as a community of higher learning, our roles in and relationship to social media and the public sphere are complicated.

No, they’re simple. You college types teach young adults high-level skills and beliefs.

We must be able to engage in conversations about these difficult and complex issues, and Trinity College and other places like it are precisely where such conversations should occur. I, for one, welcome them.

Conversations such as “abandon them to die, even if it costs you your job”? I agree. In the ’90s, there was a famous tenured eugenicist, Peter Singer, who publicly argued that killing malformed babies post-birth was healthy behavior. There were many calls for his dismissal but me, I thought it appropriate that America’s future leaders got the chance to learn firsthand that evil doesn’t come with horns and hooves and reeking of sulfur. It comes in a business suit with a pleasant speaking voice and convincing arguments.

Sadly, without the moral compass of Christianity my position proved to be… counterproductive in hindsight.


Joanne Berger-Sweeney
President and Trinity College Professor of Neuroscience

June 2017. But Williams’ LinkedIn profile says he got tenured in… July 2017. Hating whites got him IMMEDIATELY PROMOTED. Time for a look at Joanne, and that hyphenated name probably says it all.

Trinity College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney.

She needs to go back… to Innsmouth. Pedo eyes, hey, the same plucked-turkey-tail nose as Williams, lips are thicker than standard pedo but it might just be lipstick. Yeah, she’s got some sex freak in her closet and I don’t mean her disrespected husband.


By Janell Hazelwood, 27 March 2014

On Tuesday, March 25, the Trinity College Board of Trustees elected Joanne Berger-Sweeney, Ph.D., its 22nd president, making her the first African American and female to hold the post in the institution’s more than 190-year history. A leading scholar, neuroscientist and administrator, Berger-Sweeney will transition into the position from her current role as dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

Three years into her position, the first black and first female to lead Trinity College rewarded calls for the murder of innocent whites and assassination of conservative politicians with tenure… practically on the spot.

“We are confident that Joanne Berger-Sweeney is the right leader for Trinity. She is a world-class educator and scientist, who during her career has run a lab committed to Alzheimer’s research,” Cornelia Parsons Thornburgh, chair of the school’s presidential search committee, said in a statement. “As dean of Tufts’ School of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Berger-Sweeney is an accomplished administrator who knows the NESCAC well, manages a $311 million annual budget, and oversees a school of 5,000 students and a 385-member faculty. She is a collaborative innovator with a student-centric focus. She values our position in Hartford, recognizing it will be a key element in defining our future. ”

It’s a rare person who is good at science AND good at administration, even among whites and Asians. Joanne is either a supergenuis or a diversity fraud.

Berger-Sweeney brings more than a decade of educational and administrative experience to the post, having served as an assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and Allene Lummis Russell Professor in Neuroscience at Wellesley College. A graduate of Wellesley, she also holds an M.P.H. in environmental health sciences from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in neurotoxicology from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She completed her postdoctoral training at the National Institute of Health (INSERM) in Paris, France.

Yep, diversity fraud. UCB in particular means she’s been vetted for Narrative loyalty.

Let’s look at Joanne’s research in neurotoxicology, specifically alcoholism. Now, I’m not a neurotoxicologist but as a college-educated everyman, I understand the primary mechanic of drunkenness at the molecular level is prevention of sodium ion neuron reuptake, which prejudices the electrical conductivity of various synapses. What does PhD Joanne say about the causes of drunkenness?

Trinity College Leader Sees Diversity as Stemming the Alcoholism Tide

By David Desroches, 2 February 2015

Alcoholism and sexual assaults on college campuses continue to make headlines across the country, but for one college president, part of the solution could involve simply increasing diversity among the student body.

Stop laughing, comrade! The PhD neurotoxicologist from the French National Institute of Health is speaking.

Joanne Berger-Sweeney, president of Trinity College in Hartford, told WNPR’s Where We Live that by actively creating an environment that reflects the diversity of the state’s capital, students would be exposed to different values that might alleviate some of the social and cultural pressures that lead to alcohol and drug abuse, as well as sexual misconduct.

“We have to try and break the culture of privilege on our campus,” Berger-Sweeney said. How does she plan on doing that?

“I think we do that best by making sure that we have a diverse campus of students that come” to Trinity, she said. “Because when you let a particular class dominate — as if they are the entire social scene — I think that’s when you have the problems.”

White people cause alcoholism! Negroes hold their liquor so much better, doncha know?

Trinity has not traditionally been recognized as a diverse school, although the percentage of white students dropped from 73 percent to 65 percent between 2001 and 2015, according to the college’s Office of Institutional Research. The percentage of Hispanics attending Trinity dropped by half during that time. This happened while the Hispanic population in Hartford jumped by over 3,000 people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Most of the change in demographics involved people identifying themselves as an “other” race or having multiple racial identities, school data showed.

Whites aren’t stupid. When administrators say “we need more diversity”, white students hear “we want to get rid of you” and given the chance, identify as “other” or “multiple”. Sure, I’m part Tanzanian… somewhere in the past… probably. Heck, the professor of evolution says I’m part fruit fly.

Interesting that Latinos also reached for the “other” dodge. Maybe they listened when the Powers That Be called Asians the model minority?

As the student body diversifies, Berger-Sweeney suggested that some social problems could be alleviated. The same type of pressure that may drive students to drink could be reversed in a more diverse cultural context, she said. This means that students would be pressured to avoid drugs and alcohol, though she suggested that this method works better for alcohol abuse than it does for drugs.

I heard a story about a black guy on a predominately white college campus. He paid for his education with drug dealing. When caught and interrogated, he said, “I just wanted an education. But everybody kept coming to me asking for dope so what the heck, I found a supplier and did what everybody expected me to do. I didn’t advertise or nothin’, just kept a few bags with me and sold it when asked.” Is this the sort of thing Joanne meant by diversity being “better for alcohol abuse than drugs”?

Known as a “Little Ivy” due its high academic standards and $40,000 in-state tuition price tag, Trinity has also earned a reputation as a party campus.

Which is it? High standards or party campus?

This status was likely intensified by allegations last year regarding a college fraternity that faced “serious alcohol violations,” according to an email from the school’s interim dean and obtained by WFSB News.

Berger-Sweeney acknowledged the connection between class privilege, alcohol/drugs and sexual misconduct, and noted that one of her first priorities upon taking the role of Trinity’s president last summer was to establish a task force to focus on sexual misconduct prevention, which she chairs.

I easily found drunkenness incidents and similar frat pranks going back to 1991, so it’s “party campus” not “high standards”. But here’s an interesting segue on Trinity College frat life:

…Officials at Trinity College in Connecticut aren’t thinking about today’s standards. They’re thinking about the standards of 2023. That’s why they’re requiring Greek life to go coed.

It’s part of a strategic plan to improve the sense of community and image of the college, where students tend to run in cliques, retention rates have declined slightly, and social culture has grown out of proportion to academic life, said Frederick Alford, dean of students. At the outset of the planning, the president asked officials to ponder what they wanted Trinity to look like in 2023, the year of its bicentennial.

The president of Trinity College of Connecticut, Joanne Berger-Sweeney, announced in a campuswide email Friday that the institution was ending a controversial plan to force Greek organizations to become coeducational. The plan, adopted prior to Berger-Sweeney’s appointment, has been opposed by many on campus, especially those affiliated with the fraternity system. In her note to the campus, Berger-Sweeney said that half of the campus fraternities would lose their charters because their national organizations do not permit coeducational chapters. Further, she said that she was not convinced the plan was achieving its goals.

“I have concluded that the coed mandate is unlikely to achieve its intended goal of gender equity,” she wrote. “Furthermore, I do not believe that requiring coed membership is the best way to address gender discrimination or to promote inclusiveness. In fact, communitywide dialogue concerning this issue has been divisive and counterproductive.”

Go Team Fratboy! Seriously, kudos to the national Greek dudes for telling the wimminz NO. Note this decision happened the semester after Joanne thought that “increasing diversity” would end alcoholism. Strange that Joanne backed down from forced integration so soon after claiming diversity would be their strength.

More frat shenanigans at Yale for the interested:

End segue.

“It’s not just a legal issue, this is moral issue,” she told Where We Live. “I have an 18-year-old daughter who will go to college next year. I care about these issues a lot. I care very much that we are, at Trinity College, on the cutting edge of some of these issues and not just following.”

Ohhhh. That’s why Joanne backed down from forced integration. Her daughter will be attending next year. Having skin in the game changes everything, doesn’t it?

Sexual assaults tripled on Trinity’s campus between 2012 and 2013, according to a Hartford Courant analysis. This happened while Berger-Sweeney was still at Tufts University. The college certainly has a responsibility to handle these allegations appropriately, she said, but preventing and handling these incidents takes cooperation. Law enforcement agencies are also on the hook for pursuing claims with vigor, which is sometimes not the case, she said.


At Trinity College, the number of reported “forcible” sexual offenses climbed from 8 in 2012 to 25 in 2013.

Fred Alford, Trinity’s dean of students, said in an email that he believes the “increase in the number of reported sex offense incidents shows progress toward creating a safer and more responsive environment at Trinity for students to disclose incidents.”

Definitely not the “one quarter of college women are raped” statistic we’ve heard about. I agree with Mr. Alford that the increase is probably due to encouraging the reporting of such incidents rather than an actual increase. Interesting that this heightened awareness of female sexual assault happened only 1-2 years before the first female President was installed. Almost as if some pozzing was going on within the administration.

There’s a pattern that when Baby Boomers finally wander off, they appoint vibrant wimminz to replace them. They will never stop virtue-signaling on this side of the grave.

Meanwhile, I present this chart without comment:

End segue.

At the end of the day, Trinity is a place of learning, and it looks to broaden its reach. With the recent purchase of the former Travelers Education Center on Constitution Plaza for $2 million, Trinity is poised to not only expand its footprint and student offerings, but lead the way toward a less dangerous undergraduate educational experience, Berger-Sweeney said.

Pay no attention to the Sociology professor calling for your violent death, white boy. Or the President who thinks only whites are violent alcoholics.


One thought on “Johnny Eric Williams Got Tenure By Hating Whitey

  1. It looks like Trinity is sitting on a huge endowment and feels like delivering the basics in good order is no longer necessary. This era is quickly becoming like the Dark Ages of the 13th and 14th centuries where university students were despised, indolent rich kids who caused havoc. It took the Reformation to clean them up.


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