The world mourns the death of Britain’s longest-reigning Queen Elizabeth II – a dissenting voice has given the late monarch an opportunity to lament.
US professor Uju Anya recently doubled down on prior critical comments, wishing Her Majesty the “excruciating” death, among other barbs – which resulted in her being slammed by billionaire Jeff Bezos.
After news broke yesterday that Her Majesty, 96, was under medical supervision, Anya began her initial rescue. Uzu Anya, an associate professor of second language acquisition at Carnegie Mellon University, tweeted at the time, “I hear the main king of a genocidal empire who raps a thief is finally dying.” “Her pain can be excruciating.”
The professor’s condemnation was later removed by Twitter, but not before it caught the attention of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, the world’s third richest man, who retweeted it. ugly message and written: “This is someone working to make the world better? I don’t think so. Excellent.”
However, the message had little effect on Anya, who made even more anti-queen comments just after the palace announced the emperor’s passing yesterday afternoon.
“If anyone expects me to express anything but disdain for the ruler who oversaw the government that sponsored the genocide and displaced half my family and whose consequences still remain alive today, trying, you can wish for a star, “the Hell-wishers got pissed off in a follow-up tweet at 1:51 p.m.
Anya also took a potshot at billionaire Bezos in the below responses to her criticism, Writing,
“You and your relentless greed that has harmed everyone in this world remember you as your colonists.”
When reached by The Post for comment, a Carnegie Mellon representative said, “We do not condone the offensive and offensive messages posted by Uzu Anya on her personal social media account today. Free expression is core to the mission of higher education.” However, the views shared by them do not represent the values of the Institute, nor the standards of the discourses we seek to promote.”