Psychiatrist says white people are ‘psychopathic liars’ after saying she fantasized about shooting them in Yale speech

THE psychiatrist who confessed to fantasizing about shooting white people now says they are “psychopathic liars.”

Dr. Aruna Khilanani said on Wednesday: “The level of lying that white people do that has started since colonialism – we’re just used to it.”

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After lecturing about white murder fantasies at Yale University back in April, Dr. Aruna Khilanani appeared on television on Wednesday and said: “The level of lying that white people do that has started since colonialism – we’re just used to it”[/caption]
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Dr. Khilanani claims white people continue to lie about American history[/caption]

Speaking to Black News Tonight’s Mark Lamont Hill, the New York City forensic psychiatrist and psychoanalyst was asked: “Would it be fair to say based on your expertise that White people are psychopathic?”

Khilanani replied: “I think so. Yeah.

“I think there are many lies… The level of lying that white people do that has started since colonialism – we’re just used to it,” according to video of the interview and reported by Fox News.

She then pointed the finger at white people for sterilizing the discourse of the founding of the US.

Dr. Aruna Khilanani is a forensic psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in New York City
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Dr. Khilanani drew criticism after lecturing about fantasizing of “unloading a revolver into the head of any white person that got in my way”[/caption]

“Every time that you steal a country, you loot, you say you’ve discovered something. I mean, this level of lies [is] actually part of history.

“We don’t say that we killed all these people, that we got rid of the Native Americans – we say ‘We discovered America.’

“You don’t talk about the level of death. You don’t talk about the level of what actually occurred.

“You wipe the slate clean – you sanitize the violence and you actually got lost along the way while trying to go to India – then you say you discovered something.”

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Yale University officials described the talk’s tone and content to be “antithetical to the values of the school”[/caption]

Khilanani said the same kind of lionizing of explorer Christopher Columbus without facing past wrongs is pervasive today.

“This level of discovery is everywhere,” she said. “You discovered vegetarianism. You’ve discovered yoga.

“Everything is a discovery and it’s all actually stolen.”

Khilanani created a racial maelstrom when she delivered a talk at Yale in April.

“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,” she said.

“Like I did the world a f***ing favor.”

Khilanani’s lecture was presented at Yale’s Child Study Center on April 6, where she also said white people “make my blood boil” and “are out of their minds and have been for a long time.”

The Ivy League institution took action to tamp down some nonplussed faculty and public outcry after video of Khilanani’s speech circulated.

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Khilanani’s April 6 lecture was presented at Yale’s Child Study Center on April 6, where she also said white people “make my blood boil” and “are out of their minds and have been for a long time”[/caption]

Officials described the talk’s tone and content to be “antithetical to the values of the school” before they limited the video of it to the Yale community, according to NBC Connecticut.

The Yale School of Medicine added a disclaimer to the video, which reads: “This video contains profanity and imagery of violence. Yale School of Medicine expects the members of our community to speak respectfully to one another and to avoid the use of profanity as a matter of professionalism and acknowledgment of our common humanity. Yale School of Medicine does not condone imagery of violence or racism against any group.”

In her television interview with Hill, Khilanani explained the source of her harboring violent feelings towards white people was an effort to air repressed emotions that too many are afraid to face.

“The intention is to actually talk about unconscious negative feelings, because if we’re not actually aware of unconscious negative feelings, it’s going to turn into a violent action.

“So of course I don’t want to kill white people. That’s completely ludicrous.

“But I think through my words, white people feel like they’re actually getting murdered because my words are troubling.

“It’s going to cause the death of their preferred self-image, the image that they’ve had through colonialism of being good, helping and teaching.”White people actually – they have a different conscious experience of themselves, rather than what they’re actually doing,” she said.



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