It's now considered "white supremacist" for an Asian to advocate for rule of law, which makes me think this isn't about white supremacy anymore.
· Dec 6, 2020 ·

It's taken a long time, but there is increasing evidence that wokism has broken out of the backwaters of obscure gender studies professors' lounges and irrelevant celebrity activists struggling to get Instagram likes, and has begun making inroads into the hard sciences.

The most recent example is the kerfuffle that came about from an email sent out by the president of Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, or MDPI, an open access publisher of author-pays scholarly papers.

You could tell this was going to be trouble right from the start.

First, look at the guy's name. Shu-Kun Lin. Talk about signaling white supremacy. Might as well be Bradley Witherspoon III.

Fortunately, Michelle Nolan, an Assistant University Librarian at The University of Florida responsible for Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, and Materials Science & Engineering, was not going to stand idly by and allow this outrage to stand.

Rather than point out the questionable judgment of sending a nakedly partisan email to a professional list-serv, she went right for the obvious elephant in the room.

This was "fascistic rhetoric."

What made it fascistic, other than the fact that nowhere in the email did he condemn President Trump and even suggested he might have a positive quality or two?

Ah, it was his use of coded white supremacist dog whistles.

You can read this for yourself in his email above if you don't believe me. He actually supports the "rule of law," and "western civilization" clearly white supremacist coded language according to a University of Florida Chemist who likely has frequent interactions with impressionable young minds.

And that wasn't the worst of it as she intimates. No, it gets genuinely horrific after this.

Yes, he went there.

"All lives matter."

The hatey hatred from this hater is almost too much to handle all at once.

I mean, ALL lives. Really?

Shame on this white supremacist.

(This picture may or may not have been doctored.)

Finally, now that we have clearly established that Shu-Kun Lin is an unrepentant white supremacist who believes in the fascistic concept that the rule of law is the foundation of western civilization, we can now make fun of the fact that English is not his first language.

Enjoy your daily dose of woke-approved racism!

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