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Twitter pulls slamming tweet of Queen Elizabeth II

Twitter pulls vile tweet by Carnegie Mellon’s critical race theory professor who said she hoped Queen died ‘an excruciating death’ – after Jeff Bezos led an avalanche of condemnation

Twitter has removed a series of vile tweets written by a critical race theory professor mocking Queen Elizabeth II just hours before her death, prompting thousands of people to criticise her, including Jeff Bezos.

Uju Anya is an ‘anti-racist’ teacher and associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who sparked outrage when she referred to the ailing Queen as the head of a ‘thieving, raping, genocidal empire.’

Writing shortly before the Queen’s death was announced, Anya said she hoped the Monarch’s final hours of pain ‘be excruciating.’

Her heinous words have sparked a firestorm of outrage and shed light on previous attempts by hundreds of people to have the outspoken academic fired from her teaching position for her violent, racist remarks.

In a disgusting tweet, now deleted by Twitter, modern language teacher Anya wrote: ‘I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating.

‘If anyone expects me to express anything but disdain for the monarch who supervised a government that sponsored the genocide that massacred and displaced half my family and the consequences of which those alive today are still trying to overcome, you can keep wishing upon a star.

‘That wretched woman and her bloodthirsty throne have f***** generations of my ancestors on both sides of the family, and she supervised a government that sponsored the genocide my parents and siblings survived. May she die in agony.’

Twitter later removed the posts for violating their rules.

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Her Majesty passed away today, at the age of 96. She died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, surrounded by members of the Royal Family.

Thousands of people, including billionaire Jeff Bezos, condemned Anya’s slanderous remarks about the Queen.

Jeff Bezos said: ‘This is someone supposedly working to make the world better? I don’t think so. Wow.’

Journalist Piers Morgan also added: ‘You vile disgusting moron.’

One horrified user said: ‘Don’t expect that of you but do expect common decency, respect for such a loss. If you cannot give that at this time, you are disgraceful of a human being.’

Another added: ‘You are just so uncouth and manner-less. You speak of someone who just passed with such a vile and disdaining comment.

Carnegie Mellon University has spoken out against Anya, telling that it ‘does not condone the offensive and objectionable messages.’

‘Free expression is central to the mission of higher education, but the views she expressed do not reflect the institution’s values or the standards of discourse we seek to foster,’ a spokesperson said.

The ‘anti racist’ professor has faced allegations of racism in the past for the words she has used online – and in one instance, the Foundational Black American organization created a petition to get her removed from Carnegie Mellon University.

Anya, who claims to be an expert in ‘diversity, equity, and inclusion,’ was called out for using an ethnic slur, which means ‘cotton pickers’ or ‘wild animals.’

The petition to get her fired garnered nearly 800 signatures.

It read: ‘Dr. Uju Anya can not be allowed to use the platform of Carnegie Mellon University Department of Modern Languages to further promote systemic racism through her blatant use of ethnic slurs on social media when referring to Foundational Black Americans.

‘This is a step backwards in our fight to destroy systemic racism and discrimination for all people if institutions allow professors to become comfortable with using language as a weapon against people of colour by people of colour.

‘Society MUST hold all people accountable equally and we call on Carnegie Mellon University to take action against this type of egregious behaviour to protect the reputation and integrity of the Higher Learning Institution.’

One person who signed the petition said that the professor can’t be trusted with children.

They added: ‘I’m concerned for the children. She can’t be trusted with kids. I wouldn’t want racists of any colour teaching my children.’

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Another added: ‘She needs to be fired. There’s no way in hell she should be allowed to teach Black American students. She’s a danger to any Black American she comes in contact with. FIRE HER NOW!’

And a third person, who signed the petition for the university to drop her, said: ‘She’s a hypocrite and an ethnic bigot.’

The vicious academic also found herself in hot water when he mocked the death of YouTuber Kevin Samuels in May 2022.

Samuels, who had 1.42million YouTube subscribers and nearly as many Instagram followers, was best known for some of his controversial dating advice. He passed away earlier this year.

But in the aftermath of his death, she wrote: ‘Kevin Samuels told men their worth was in their wallet. He died in a 1BR sublet with less than $1K to his name, no partner, friend, or offspring willing to claim him, only his poor mother begging and borrowing to bury his loathsome carcass.’

Jeff Bezos was one of the many voices slamming the professor for her vile tweets

‘There is no way you aren’t a woman with so much hate in your heart and we certainly don’t need that in women who hold high positions in our society. Horrible!!’

A third social media user, disgusted at the words, said: ‘There’s always someone looking for attention in the midst of a tragedy, which you might understand if the target was a hated public figure but these comments are disgusting, and from a verified blue tick account too. You should be ashamed of yourself.’

As well as Anya and her vile words, a slew of people took to social media to attack and mock the Queen as news rolled in about her tragic death. Millions across the world are mourning the loss of Britain’s longest-serving monarch.

Ebony Elizabeth Thomas, an associate professor at the University of Michigan’s School of Education, wrote: ‘Telling the colonized how they should feel about their colonizer’s health and wellness is like telling my people that we ought to worship the Confederacy.

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‘”Respect the dead” when we’re all writing these Tweets *in English.* How’d that happen, hm? We just chose this language?’

Responding to her tweet and alluding to their happiness at the Queen’s death, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former aide said: ‘I cannot imagine what my Irish grandparents would be feeling.’

Political reporter for the Washington Post, Eugene Scott, also peddled the idea that speaking about the British Empire and its ramifications was the appropriate topic of conversation while the beloved Queen was on her deathbed.

He wrote: ‘Real question for the “now is not the appropriate time to talk about the negative impact of colonialism” crowd: When is the appropriate time to talk about the negative impact of colonialism?’

As did Jemele Hill, contributing writer for The Atlantic: ‘Journalists are tasked with putting legacies into full context, so it is entirely appropriate to examine the queen and her role in the devastating impact of continued colonialism.’

The Queen’s death was announced at 1.30 p.m. EST today. ‘The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon,’ said a spokesman for Buckingham Palace. The King and Queen Consort will spend the evening at Balmoral before returning to London tomorrow.’

Following the Queen’s death, Britain and her Commonwealth realms will observe a ten-day period of mourning as millions of her subjects in the UK and around the world come to terms with her passing.

And, as her son King Charles takes the throne, there will be a commemoration of her historic 70-year reign, which saw her reach her Platinum Jubilee this year – a milestone unlikely to be surpassed by another British monarch.

‘We mourn profoundly the passing of a cherished Sovereign and a much-loved Mother,’ said Charles, who became King after his mother died.

‘I know her loss will be felt deeply throughout the country, the Realms, and the Commonwealth, as well as by countless people worldwide.’


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