On Saturday, I covered the case of psychiatrist Aruna Khilanani, who spoke to a Yale School of Medicine crowd about her fantasy of murdering white people
“The Psychopathic Problem of the White Mind” saw Aruna express her passionate peevishness toward the pale: “Nothing makes me angrier than a white person who tells me not to be angry, because they have not seen real anger yet.”
She admitted she’s cut off most white friends.
And don’t fall in love with her, counsels Kenny Rogers — she’s a dreamer:
“I had fantasies of unloading a revolver into the head of any white person that got in my way, burying their body and wiping my bloody hands as I walked away relatively guiltless with a bounce in my step. Like I did the world a f—–g favor.”
On the other hand, her website lays out a love for people:
My background is literary, and I have a love of stories, people, and immersing myself in other worlds.
Call it a wash.
Aruna’s fantasy of cold-heartedly murdering people solely on the basis of their color garnered a curious label: not great.
Some even went so far as to rate it as racist.
Perhaps it was the skipping away that came across as uncouth.
Yale Professor Nicholas Christakis saw it sourly:
“The racism expressed by Dr. Aruna Khilanani…is deeply worrisome & counter-productive.”
“[H]er views must be soundly rejected,” he wrote.
The racism expressed by Dr. Aruna Khilanani in a Grand Rounds at Yale, just released by @bariweiss & @kittypurrzog, is deeply worrisome & counter-productive. Of course, as an invitee, she is free to speak on campus. But her views must be soundly rejected. https://t.co/9KoFtOXOG9
— Nicholas A. Christakis (@NAChristakis) June 4, 2021
Many called for her medical license to be revoked.
“When I entered her office, she put a revolver to my head and said I needed to play five rounds of Russian roulette before I could get an appointment,” one critic reportedly claimed.
Well, there’s big news: She’s
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