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(11-12-2015 10:17 PM)Roosh Wrote:  White president is being replaced by black-looking man: https://twitter.com/Yamiche/status/664890820642930688

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I mentioned this earlier in the thread, but one thing I left out is (drum roll, please!) Breitbart is reporting he was in cahoots with the protesters three weeks ago and made a video with them.

I wonder how much of this was orchestrated behind the scenes to be a deliberate coup.

The Breitbart story is worth reading and they could use the clicks, so here it is.
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(11-12-2015 01:23 AM)Days of Broken Arrows Wrote:  Didn't come out against Jim Crow at some point? Well that must mean you support segregation. That's made students feel "unsafe." So...out you go!

History is not my area of expertise, so does anyone know where else this was done? It can't be an original idea.

You're right, it formed a central paradigm of the radicalization of the French Revolution. At every stage, past "errors" were taken as full evidence of disloyalty and treason..and the rubric by which previous actions and opinions were measured changed by the month. Worked with the French government before the revolution? Enemy of the people. Didn't oppose the monarchy loud enough? Enemy of the people. Spoke badly of Danton? Enemy of the people. Didn't denounce Danton fast enough? Enemy of the people. Looked the wrong way at the Committee of Pubic Safety? Enemy of the people. Enemy of the people. Enemy of the people.

In his superb work on the event, Citizens, Simon Schama summarized the underlying mentality that led to the insane bloodletting found throughout the dark pages of the Revolution's history:

Quote:The exterminations practiced there [in the Vendee] were, in fact, the logical outcome of an ideology that progressively dehumanized its adversaries and that had become incapable of seeing any middle ground between total triumph and utter eclipse.

Remind you of anyone?
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Protests at Ithaca College as well.

http://theithacan.org/news/ithaca-colleg...ic-safety/

Apparently this is one of the incidents that are leading to the protests, officers doing their jobs and applying the law:

February Incident

On Feb. 2, one of Bunatal’s residents informed her of being racially slurred in an elevator.

Bunatal said her resident, a black woman, was in the West Tower elevator when two white, male students walked in.

The male students were using the N-word in their conversation, which made the resident uncomfortable.

As she left the elevator, she said, “Stupid white boys.”

One of them responded, “Fucking black bitch.”

Bunatal called the RA of the floor on which the men lived and said the RA quickly got a confession from one of his residents.

The female resident told Bunatal she was uncomfortable with calling Public Safety herself. Bunatal then enlisted the support of Singh and Aidoo to help with talking to Public Safety about the incident.

When Patrol Officer Eric Willman arrived, he told the resident and the three RAs that no action could be taken without also implicating the female resident as well.

An audio recording of the conversation provided by Bunatal includes a man identified as Willman saying that because the men’s use of the N-word wasn’t directed toward her, the resident couldn’t respond without also risking being judicially referred.

Aidoo said the officer was equating the comments made by the female resident to the use of racial and sexist slurs made by the male students.

“You cannot compare ‘stupid white boy’ to the comments made by them,” Aidoo said.

Bunatal said the incident was an example of Public Safety officers not being prepared to handle racial incidents, and Singh said the officer’s actions condoned the linguistic violence from the male students.
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Another resignation:

Amid racial bias protests, Claremont McKenna dean resigns

Quote:Claremont McKenna College’s dean of students resigned Thursday amid protests over racial tensions on the campus, the same day that student demonstrations roiled more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide.

Dean Mary Spellman at Claremont McKenna stepped down after she sparked a campus protest and hunger strikes by two students this week over her email to a Latina student saying she would work to serve those who “don’t fit our CMC mold.”


Spellman later apologized, but her remarks appeared to be a tipping point for students who have pressed the campus for months for greater diversity among faculty and staff and more funding for multicultural services.

Spellman’s resignation came days after student protests over racial discrimination pushed the University of Missouri’s president and chancellor to resign. Hundreds of students at Ithaca College in upstate New York have demanded the resignation of President Tom Rochon over accusations that he has failed to address racial insensitivity. Racial tensions also prompted hundreds of students to demonstrate this week at Yale University.

David Menefee-Libey, a Pomona College politics professor, says the national student protests are giving voice to myriad difficulties facing young adults.

“It’s a tough time to be a young person in the United States today, particularly a young person of color,” he said. “Economic opportunities are constrained. Access to higher education is constrained. Interactions with public authorities are fraught, especially interactions with police.”


At Claremont, about 30 students of color wrote to President Hiram E. Chodosh in April, saying they felt excluded, isolated and intimidated. The 1,300-member undergraduate student body is 43% white, 12% Latino, 10% Asian American, 8% mixed race and 4% black, with the rest international students and others.

Students have compiled a list of instances of bias, including vandalism at the Queer Resource Center, the defacement of Black Lives Matter posters, racial slurs, perceived mockery of their cultures and what they allege were university efforts to silence their complaints.

Their requests included a new resource center, funding for multicultural clubs, more diverse hiring, a mentoring program and an administrator to oversee diversity. Students said their pleas to Chodosh, Spellman and other administrators went largely unheard, according to the Student Life campus newspaper.

The tensions escalated after Spellman responded last month to an op-ed by Lisette Espinosa, who described her discomfort as a low-income Latina student at Claremont. Spellman's pledge to help students who don't “fit the CMC mold” prompted more protests and triggered a university review of her office.

In her resignation email Thursday, Spellman wrote: “To all who have been so supportive, please know how sorry I am if my decision disappoints you. I believe it is the best way to gain closure of a controversy that has divided the student body and disrupted the mission of this fine institution.”

Spellman and Espinosa could not be reached for comment.

Taylor Lemmons, a Claremont student who began a hunger strike this week to draw attention to the demands for Spellman’s resignation, thanked supporters Thursday.

“Let this be a message to anyone who sees a wrong and speaks out to make it right. You can do it,” Lemmons wrote. “All you have to do is speak up, be strong in your convictions and never give up.”

On Wednesday, Chodosh announced that new leadership positions on diversity and inclusion would be created in the offices of academic and student affairs. The administrators will work to increase diversity in hiring and in the curriculum, and a new space will be dedicated for work on diversity, identity and free speech, he said in a letter to the campus community.

“I stand by our students,” Chodosh wrote. “I support their right to speak out forcefully, and want their voices to be heard.”

After Chodosh’s announcement and Spellman’s resignation, student protest leaders said they would continue to press for greater institutional support for students who feel marginalized.

“This is not the be-all and end-all,” said Jincy Varughese, 21, a senior environment, economics and politics major. “The fact that it took eight months of protest and two students saying that they wanted to go on a hunger fast to create all of this to happen is very telling.”

Varughese says students want to be involved in creating and designing temporary and permanent resource centers that have been promised as well as in the hiring of the new dean of students and a diversity administrator.

“I think we are seeing some movement in claiming a voice for ourselves and receiving acknowledgment that we do have a problem,” Varughese said.

Teeana Cotangco, a Claremont freshman of Filipino ancestry, said she had not experienced any bias and had made a smooth transition into campus life as a member of the women’s basketball team, Christian athletes club and Asian Pacific American mentoring group. But she said she welcomed the student activism on race.

“I feel if we just overlooked it, the issues would just boil over,” she said. “Somebody had to take a stand.”

Students across the nation also protested the escalating cost of education and mounting debt. The Million Student March is intended to bring attention to what organizers say is a crisis in education brought about by budget cuts, administrative bloat and corporate influence, which have cut off access to higher education for many and left many others deeply in debt.

Demands include tuition-free public higher education, cancellation of all student debt and a $15 hourly minimum wage for all campus employees.

Claremont McKenna is often ranked among America's top liberal arts colleges.

Claremont McKenna is part of a consortium of seven campuses that make up the Claremont Colleges and includes Pomona College, Scripps, Harvey Mudd and Pitzer College.

Noted for its highly selective admissions, Claremont McKenna tied with Vassar College as the nation's 10th-best liberal arts college in U.S. News & World Report's 2013 rankings. The campus enrolls about 1,250 students; annual tuition and fees top $44,000.

So apparently trying help people "fit in" now makes you a racist who should resign?! The answer for this bullshit is more Diversity staff?!
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The protests and protesters are clearly going overboard and seem to be crazy, but saying a student doesn't fit their mold because of their race does seem a bit racist. Assuming that is actually what happened. Maybe she isnt racist but that clearly could have been worded better.
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Now rumors that the Mizzou football coach will resign at the end of the season.
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(11-12-2015 12:57 PM)Veloce Wrote:  
(11-12-2015 11:45 AM)_GQ_ Wrote:  There are a lot of racists on this forum. Not surprised.

So how about you engage in discourse when you see something you disagree with, rather than making a sweeping generalization that attempts to discredit the forum?

We're going to need a :sjwdetected: smiley.

@Veloce, GQ's response is the pedestrian, run of the mill tactic of the left.

Calling someone a 'racist/sexist/bigot/homophobe' is their number one weapon. They are used to this working. They are used to this tactic shutting up whoever is disagreeing with them on their beliefs, because, it usually does.

It's all they've got cause God knows they don't have truth and logic on their side.

Unfortunately, most cowards ( institutions/companies/universities) cave and cower before this tactic, so it is effective. Just look on Mizzou's faculty is caving.

The last thing some company president, or university wants to be branded is a racist or any other attack moniker the left chooses to use. Even if it's an idle accusation from a 19 year old kid playing second string linebacker.

So, they cave and apologize (and when necessary "step down" ) trying to demonstrate what compassionate, diversity minded people they are.

GQ tried to pull that BS here on RVF and the men of the forum saw through this shallow tactic and called him on that BS.

So, those tried and true leftist tactics work in the general society and culture.

Amongst the men of RVF, not so much.

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(11-13-2015 04:30 PM)It_is_my_time Wrote:  Now rumors that the Mizzou football coach will resign at the end of the season.

Confirmed, although the man has Lymphoma. Good luck to him.
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(11-13-2015 05:01 PM)Mr. Brightside Wrote:  
(11-13-2015 04:30 PM)It_is_my_time Wrote:  Now rumors that the Mizzou football coach will resign at the end of the season.

Confirmed, although the man has Lymphoma. Good luck to him.

Oh damn, I just heard he was resigning. Best of luck to him.
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The Oatmeal is a comic popular with college students and nerds.

In a recent web comic, he featured the difference between men and women's bathrooms is that men's bathrooms have drug addict junkies with intravenous needles that are so high they are drawing swastikas on the wall with their poop.

Is this the source of the poop swastika? Some drunk hipster fan of The Oatmeal mimicking the comic into real life to show how high he was at the time?

The timing is extremely suspicious.

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Used to be a fan of The Oatmeal years ago. The humor quickly gets stale though - it's basically the type of stuff you would see on some hipster nerd's Twitter: jokes about bacon, CAPS TO SHOW THAT YOU ARE BEING OUTRAGEOUS AND WHACKY, random non-sequiturs as well as just generic RANDOMNESS to show how crazy and over the top a situation is etc. etc. as naseum. A lot of his comics also started to get super preachy in a secular leftist sort of way which was a really big turn off as well. If you guys have ever read xkcd then you'll know what I'm taking about.
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The Oatmeal has always been awful. Agreed about the "lel, random!" and omega-nerd humor, that shit has never been clever.
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For those who don't know, the mizzou president is not only the president of Missouri but if also mizzou St. Louis and 2 other schools. There were not only minority students who were not happy with the leadership from him but also graduate students and faculty with their own issues. It just so happens that the racial strife was the 'straw that broke the camels back' as they say.

I am just not sure what's next. The football team takes a stand for a week and the president gets fired. Now they are back to playing football and have seemed to have drop the subject. Nothing has yet to be accomplished to make the campus better for any groups.

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(11-13-2015 09:27 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  Posted this in the Paris thread to but its certainly relevant here.
A link to a handful of screen shots from tweets from #Mizzou people mad about the terrorist attacks in Paris stealing their thunder.
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Good find.

Milo Yiannopoulos just wrote a full story on this at Brietbart News. Here is the first part of his article:

Mizzou Campus Activists and Black Lives Matter Complain About Paris Stealing the Spotlight

Black Lives Matter and Mizzou protesters responded to the murder of scores of people in Paris at the hands of Islamic extremists by complaining about losing the spotlight and saying their “struggles” were being “erased.” Their struggles, remember, consist of a poop swastika of unknown provenance and unsubstantiated claims of racially-charged remarks somewhere near Missouri’s campus.

So debased has the language on American campuses become that these incidents, which many observers believe to be hoaxes, just like previous campus scandals celebrated by progressive media, are being referred to as “terrorism” and a “tragedy” by moronic 20-year-olds who have never been told, “No.”


The rest has a lot of Twitter quotes which I can't reproduce here, so click here to read it.
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I'm bumping this topic to include statistical reports from The Failing New York Times, two years after these protests. For those of you who have forgotten what happened, I'll include the video that most vividly recalls what happened, (at least for me, anyway, but I suspect for you).

Video below, start at 1:12.







The Failing New York Times Wrote:Freshman enrollment at the Columbia campus, the system’s flagship, has fallen by more than 35 percent in the two years since.

The university administration acknowledges that the main reason is a backlash from the events of 2015, as the campus has been shunned by students and families put off by, depending on their viewpoint, a culture of racism or one where protesters run amok.

Before the protests, the university, fondly known as Mizzou, was experiencing steady growth and building new dormitories.Now, with budget cuts due to lost tuition and a decline in state funding, the university is temporarily closing seven dormitories and cutting more than 400 positions, including those of some nontenured faculty members, through layoffs and by leaving open jobs unfilled.

Few areas have been spared: The library is even begging for books.

“The general consensus was that it was because of the aftermath of what happened in November 2015,” said Mun Choi, the new system president, referring to the climax of the demonstrations. “There were students from both in state and out of state that just did not apply, or those who did apply but decided not to attend.”


*skipping*


By sheer numbers, the drop in white students has caused the greatest damage, since they make up a majority of those on campus.

Tyler Morris, a white student from St. Louis, said he was afraid of being stereotyped as a bigot if he went to Missouri. So he decided to go to Missouri Valley College, “just down the road” in Marshall.

“The discrimination wasn’t against white people, but I didn’t want to be that person who I guess was stereotyped because I was white,” he said.


*skipping*


Aly Zuhler’s mother and cousins went to Missouri, and her mother would have liked for her to go there as well, she said. But Ms. Zuhler, who is Jewish and grew up in suburban St. Louis, said she could not stomach going to a place where blacks and Jews might feel unwelcome.

When she heard that a swastika had been smeared in feces on a dormitory bathroom at Missouri, she decided not to apply. She enrolled instead at Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo., where she will be a sophomore this coming year. “Looking for colleges is intimidating just by itself,” she said. “Adding anti-Semitism on top of that was just too much.”

(My recollection is that no one found out who made the Swastika, which means it's equally likely that a Black Hoaxer did so. And this means that Black Hoaxers, if guilty here, damaged their cause.)

*skipping*

(Referring to the Melissa Click video) In the minds of many, her outburst and the resignations became symbols of a hair-trigger protest culture lacking any adult control.

The university received a barrage of emails from alumni and families, some of which were published by National Review and Heat Street, a conservative news site.

In one, the parents of a junior wrote that while they did not underestimate the extent of bigotry in the world, “the way to effect change is NOT by resorting to the type of mob rule that’s become apparent over the past few days.”


The university, they added, had shown a “complete lack of leadership,” and their two younger children had “all but eliminated Mizzou from their college list.”

The email was forwarded to Ellen de Graffenreid, vice chancellor for marketing and communications, with a brief note saying, “I’m sure you already know this but you have a P.R. nightmare on your hands.” Ms. de Graffenreid, in turn, forwarded it to other administrators with a note saying, “This is pretty representative of the middle of the road people we are losing.”



In my opinion, the monstrous loss of money and students at Mizzou indicates that Protest Culture is dying, even though colleges like Evergreen, Middlebury, and Berkeley haven't felt the punishment yet.
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Good necro^.

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Quote:(My recollection is that no one found out who made the Swastika, which means it's equally likely that a Black Hoaxer did so. And this means that Black Hoaxers, if guilty here, damaged their cause.)

Their cause is to keep the hate going, that's why they do false flag swastika stunts.

Here's Aly Zuhler, the girl that got turned off by the Mizzou smearing:

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My cousin went to school at Mizzou back in the late 80s, he loved it there and said the women were amazing.

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Related article: Pew Research Center releases poll results - Majority of Republicans Think Higher Education Is Bad For America.

News Article Wrote:A sizable majority of Republicans consider higher education to be a negative influence on America, according to a new Pew Research Center poll published Monday.

Pew found that fifty-eight percent of Republicans viewed college education negatively, while 36 percent of GOP voters saw these institutions positively.

Democrats, on the other hand, overwhelmingly viewed higher education favorably, with 72 percent of the party’s self-described voters having a positive opinion of it. Only 19 percent of Democrats had a negative view of higher education, according to Pew.

The prestigious research firm said that Republican views on college have dramatically changed over a short period of time. In just two years, the number of Republicans who positively viewed higher education declined from 54 percent to 36 percent, Pew reports.

The study also reported that self-described conservative Republicans were more likely to suspiciously view college education — 65 percent versus 58 percent for all GOP voters.

Pew didn’t offer reasons for why the sudden change in Republican views of higher education, but it is possibly due in part to greater attention toward the left-wing excesses on campus that have shut down conservative speech and pushed progressive views on students.

Pew’s poll attempted to study which major institutions Americans trust and distrust based on party affiliation. Republicans were also found to overwhelmingly view the news media negatively, while Democrats were more evenly split on the institution.

Eight-five percent of Republicans said they had a negative opinion of the press versus only 10 percent with a positive view of this institution. Most Democrats as well were found to negatively view the media, but by a much smaller margin of 46 percent with a negative opinion versus 44 percent with a positive view of the press.

The only institution with the majority of members of both parties positively viewing it were churches/religious organizations. Pew recorded 72 percent of Republicans believing faith-based groups as a good thing for the country, while 50 percent of Democrats shared the same opinion.


That two year drop involving Republican views of higher education is staggering.
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(07-10-2017 05:08 PM)911 Wrote:  
Quote:(My recollection is that no one found out who made the Swastika, which means it's equally likely that a Black Hoaxer did so. And this means that Black Hoaxers, if guilty here, damaged their cause.)

Their cause is to keep the hate going, that's why they do false flag swastika stunts.

Here's Aly Zuhler, the girl that got turned off by the Mizzou smearing:

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I guess you could say she poo-poo'd the thought of attending Mizzou.

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