Boomer Professor to Class: “Calling Someone a Boomer is Like Calling Someone a Nigger”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 12, 2020

Professor Peter Gade might be a boomer, but he sure as hell ain’t no nigger.

When I saw the headline reading “OU Gaylord College professor uses racial slur during class in comparison to ‘OK, boomer’ phrase,” I assumed that the teacher was discussing the fact that boomers had made the comparison, and was shaming them for it.

In actual fact, it was the opposite of that.

OU Daily:

An OU professor in the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication used a racial slur during a class Tuesday morning, according to multiple students present in the class.

Peter Gade, director of graduate studies and Gaylord Family Endowed Chair, teaches Journalism, Ethics and Democracy — the only capstone course offered for journalism majors. When asked to comment by a Daily reporter after the class had ended, Gade declined.

Gade was discussing the changes in journalism related to technology and social media and made the point that journalism should stick to its more traditional roots, according to multiple students in the class.

Gade then called on a student who said journalists have to keep up with the younger generations as they continue to change. Gade said the student’s comment was the equivalent of saying “OK, boomer” to him.

The class broke into light laughter but was interrupted by Gade’s next comment.

“Calling someone a boomer is like calling someone a n—–,” Gade said.

Molly Kruse, The Daily’s assistant culture editor, told Gade during the class that was not a word he should use, and he attempted to defend it and then changed the subject.

Some students left the classroom immediately afterward, and others left once class ended and Gade kept talking over the scheduled time for the class. Students present at that time said he told the class he was sorry if he offended anyone.

Ed Kelley, dean of Gaylord College, said the first thing they wanted to do in Gaylord was meet with students, so he, associate dean David Craig and assistant dean Yvette Walker met with five students from the class afterward.

“I’m not sure that (type of language) does (have a place in the classroom),” Kelley said. “Perhaps it did once upon a time. Perhaps he was using it as an educational tool. We have no record at all of Dr. Gade, a distinguished professor who’s been on the faculty here for more than 20 years, of him ever using this term, much less any kind of other racially inflamed language.

Clearly, he snapped.

So what is going on here?

Basically, boomers grew up thinking that they were the coolest of the cool and would always be hip and awesome. It is only with the emergence of the “OK boomer” meme that they have realized how totally out of touch they are with modern society.

Most people would be okay with being 60 and out of touch with society, given the ridiculous extent to which society has changed in the last 60 years. But the boomer thinks he is forever cool, and this breaks his entire conception of himself.

So he starts saying “nigger.”

Speaking of niggers, there is a nigger response to this nigger event. OU literally has something called a “Black Emergency Response Team” that tweeted about this.

But honestly, all of the black college stuff is really just boring at this point and I don’t have any interest in it.

Boomer psychology on the other hand does interest me.

Boomers are the perfect creation of a complete media saturation, and of a situation of abundance where no one ever had to worry about not having enough. As such, they became absolutely vapid, caring exclusively about feelings and appearances. The highest ideal of the boomer is to be “cool,” and if you take that away from him, there is nothing left.

And so it goes.

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