The psychiatrist who has been labeled as controversial admits to having fantasies of shooting white people in the head.
She has expressed her hatred towards white people and recently has been in a new interview.
Dr. Aruna Khilanani runs her own techniques located in Manhattan. She recently delivered a talk that is called “Psychopathic Problem of the White Mind” to medical students and faculty that are studying at Yale. She had been invited in April to talk at the Yale School of Medicine’s Child Study Center.
She made a bunch of controversial statements that did not sit well with everyone in the audience, admitting that she’s wanted to shoot white people in the head.
In the talk she states, “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**king favor.”
She appeared on Marc Lamont Hill’s Black News Tonight and continued to elaborate on the claims that she made during the talk. In the interview, the host asks, “Would it be fair to say, based on your expertise, that white people are psychopathic?”
In which she responds, “I think so, yeah. The level of lying that white people do that has started since colonialism, we’re just used to it.”
She continues to break down the specific lies that she was talking about, and says that white people have reframed the horrors of colonialization.
Going further into the subject, she says that “every time that you steal a country, you loot, you say you’ve discovered something.This level of lies is actually part of history. We don’t say that we killed all these people, we got rid of all the Native Americans, we say we discovered America.
You don’t talk about the level of death, you don’t actually talk about the level of what actually occurred.”
According to the psychiatrist, they say that they’ve “discovered vegetarianism, you know. You’ve discovered yoga. Everything is a discovery. And it’s all actually stolen.”