Jewish ADL says Nazis are taking over US College Campuses with posters


Less than 6 months after the “Unite the Right” rally on the campus of the University of Virginia led to a man running over violent Antifa protesters with lethal results, a new report indicates that Alt-Right fliers are popping up on the grounds of more and more college campuses across the country.

Since September 1, 2016, the Jewish Anti-Defamation League has recorded 346 instances of white identity propaganda everywhere from community colleges to Ivy League schools. Fliers, stickers, banners and posters qualified as instances of propaganda.

The propaganda contain messages attacking Jews, blacks, Muslims, immigrants and the LGBT community, according to the ADL, while promoting an urgent need to save the white race from being replaced by non-white invaders.

Texas, California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Virginia and Ohio have been the hardest hit, the ADL said January 29.

Identity Evropa, Patriot Front, Vanguard America, a group called The Right Stuff, Atomwaffen Division, the Daily Stormer and the American Renaissance were the most prolific propagandizers, according to ADL sticking posters like “its okay to be white”, forcing leftists to show how psychopathic they are by criticizing such posters, saying its NOT okay to be white… So if its not ok, then why would it be ok to be black? Or what should whites do if its not ok for them to be white? Should they suicide in mass so that browns can be happy? Who cares about their feelings? What about our feelings when they say its NOT ok to be white??

The Unite the Right group at Charlottesville, Virginia chanted slogans like “white lives matter,” “You will not replace us“, “blood and soil” and “Russia is our friend” while walking through the campus with torches to protest the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue by the city government.

Jewish controlled fake-news media such as CNN lied that the nationalists shouted “Jews will not replace us”, when in fact all video video recordings show that they shouted “YOU” not JEWS.

Lee was the commander of the Army of Northern Virginia, one of the primary armies of the secessionist Confederacy during the American Civil War and was a slave owner.

Ironically, the “patriotic” effort to uphold Lee’s legacy leaves out the fact that Lee effectively renounced his US citizenship to fight for the Confederate Army in 1861, before eventually surrendering in 1865. After the war, and until Lee died, his US citizenship was not restored.


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Radical left-wing college faculty member ARRESTED after stealing property of Lucian Wintrich during chaotic campus speech event

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A radical communist administrator from Quinebaug Valley Community College (QVCC) in Connecticut was recently arrested and charged with attempted sixth-degree larceny and disorderly conduct after she decided to steal the speech notes of conservative speaker Lucian Wintrich during a recent “It’s OK To Be White” lecture. Wintrich had tried to deliver his speech at the nearby University of Connecticut (UConn), before being maliciously interrupted and attacked by an angry mob of anti-white leftists – many of whom were “college educators.”

The deranged individual in question is being reported as Catherine “Katie” Gregory, who even after her embarrassing arrest is trying to defend her childish actions of thievery and assault by claiming that they’re important contributions to the fight against “racism and fascism.” Rather than feeling a sense of shame over her utter foolishness like any normal person with rational sensibilities would, Gregory is not only proud of what she did, but she also believes that everyone in the world should actually be praising her for them.

“I want to thank everyone from around the world for their support and solidarity in the struggle against racism and fascism,” the 33-year-old Associate Director of Career Services and Advising at GVCC is quoted as saying in the aftermath of her arrest, insinuating that she’s some type of civil rights hero.

‘Black Lives Matter’ really means that white lives don’t

In case you missed the story, Lucian Wintrich, a Gateway Pundit correspondent and American journalist, was in the process of trying to explain to his listening audience that having white skin doesn’t mean that you’re automatically evil, when all of a sudden alt-left extremists in the room erupted into chaos and violence. Reports indicate that windows were broken and smoke bombs were thrown – all over the fact that a white person had the audacity to stand up for himself and his fellow whites in the escalating climate of anti-white racism that’s sweeping America.

As this ridiculous melee was unfolding, Gregory, who as an administrator of impressionable student minds should know better, decided it would be an opportune time to approach Wintrich’s podium and steal his speech. As this Marxist sympathizer walked away in glee with the speech in hand, Wintrich attempted to retrieve it from the petty thief, upon which a horde of other radical domestic terrorists in the room proceeded to grab the speech from him and rip it apart. It was around this time when law enforcement reportedly stepped in and escorted Wintrich out of the room.

At first, Wintrich was the one who faced charges after he was accused of “breaching the peace” by trying to get his speech back. But thankfully reality set in and Gregory was pegged as the perpetrator in the whole thing. Video evidence also revealed that Wintrich was the victim in this whole saga, which began even earlier than Gregory’s theft when radical extremists in the room disrupted his speech with racist chants like “Go home, Nazi!” and “Black Lives Matter.”

“I obviously think it’s wonderful that finally the system corrected itself,” Wintrich told the local media outside of the Superior Court in Rockville after the charges against him were dismissed. “We don’t want to create a precedent that people can walk up to speeches they find disagreeable and steal them. I mean that’s really not what America is about.”

According to reports, Gregory is currently free on a $1,000 bond and will soon have to appear in court for her crimes. Her lawyers will apparently try to argue that stealing personal property, in this case, was really just Gregory exercising her “First Amendment rights.”

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College students going hungry, relying on donated food and food stamps


A nitro cold brew sells for $5, and a large mocha for $4.50 at a popular coffee and muffin bar in UC Berkeley’s student union. Downstairs, business is just as brisk at another food emporium.

The provisions there are free.

“I’m low on funds,” shrugged Christopher, a junior, as he stuffed apple juice, a half gallon of milk, a box of peanut butter Puffin cereal and two cans of organic pinto beans and sweet corn – the UC Berkeley Food Pantry’s five-item limit – into his backpack.

Christopher, who asked that his last name not be used, said he depends on the pantry’s donated groceries to make ends meet, especially during emergencies. Someone slashed his tire last week, he said, and now he’s out $110 for a new one. Without the help, he’d have to make a choice: wheels or food.

Faced with such choices, students often skip the nutrition.

Christopher is one of thousands of UC Berkeley students who rely on the Food Pantry for help – records show 1,549 unique visits in September alone – and many are also signing up for food stamps, known as CalFresh, that can provide up to $192 a month for groceries.

More than 500 UC Berkeley students have applied for food stamps since January, up from 111 in all of 2016, and just 41 the year before, said Michael Altfest, spokesman for the Alameda County Community Food Bank, which helps students fill out the forms. Last year, food bank representatives showed up once a month to help the students. Now they have to come every week to meet the need.

Not all applicants qualify. This year, the acceptance rate is 73 percent, up from 62 percent in 2015, Altfest said.

Three years ago, state lawmakers passed AB1930 to make it easier for students to prove eligibility for food stamps. But it’s taken a few years for the ripple effect to hit.

A University of California survey of 9,000 students across all 10 campuses shed light on the need in 2015: Nearly 1 in 5 students, 19 percent, said they had too little to eat “due to limited resources.” Another 23 percent routinely ate substandard food with little variation.

Suddenly, the phrase “food insecurity” – from poor nutrition to outright hunger – became a campus buzz word, and not just on UC campuses.

Aware that some low-income students are stuck on campus during school vacations, Stanford University will keep a dining hall open during spring break for the first time next semester. California State University is working to get each of its 23 campuses equipped with the technology to accept food stamps, which have been provided electronically using debit cards since 2004.

Community college students are especially challenged by soaring housing prices – the two-year schools typically offer no student housing – so on Nov. 9, City College of San Francisco trustees voted unanimously to begin developing a program to help students who are chronically homeless and hungry.

At UC, President Janet Napolitano announced in 2016 that she would spend $302,000 over two years at each of the 10 campuses to expand food pantries and register more students for food stamps through CalFresh.

Last spring at UC Berkeley, Esteban Vasquez became one of those students.

“It’s a huge sigh of relief knowing I can walk into a grocery store and purchase the items I need,” he said the other day.

Vasquez is 21, majors in business and has a management consultant job lined up after he graduates in May. He’s needed his brain cells sharp and his energy well-fueled to make that happen. What he’s needed is food.

“Sophomore year was the most difficult,” he said. “I was out of the dorms and didn’t have a meal plan anymore. It was just rough.”

It’s also rough to talk about, he said. “You feel helpless. You enter this very dark space. In a sense, you become depressed.”

He considered dropping out. He began comparing himself to more affluent students whose families were well equipped to help them succeed. And he acquired an “impostor syndrome,” he said – a sense that he didn’t really belong at UC’s flagship campus.

Born in Oxnard (Ventura County), Vasquez is the youngest of four children. His parents had no schooling at all, he said, and instead spent decades picking fruit “in pretty much any field you can think of.”

At home, food meant eggs, beans and fideo – noodle soup – every day. If he wanted more, his mom warmed up a tortilla and gave it to him with a dab of sour cream and a sprinkle of salt.

“We were pretty much low-income,” Vasquez said. He credits his fifth-grade teacher, Mr. Paul, for referring him to a program for gifted students that inspired his love of reading and set in motion his journey to UC Berkeley and the scholarships and financial aid that would pay for most of it.

But like many students, Vasquez arrived better equipped to handle the university’s challenging academics than other, seemingly simpler hurdles: stress, time – and food.

“He was one of our students in crisis three years ago,” said Ruben Canedo, chairman of UC Berkeley’s committee on basic needs – meaning food, housing, health and security. “He was chronically food-insecure. If he was eating once a day, that was a good day for him.”

So Canedo asked the freshman to help him stock shelves at the food pantry. “I’m a very big believer that students who are struggling – helping others helps them,” he said.

“He was phenomenal. He went from being in crisis to becoming operations coordinator of the food pantry,” Canedo said.

As he learned to manage the finances of others – going on to track funding requests for the basic needs committee, for example, and creating an operations model for its four accounts totaling $750,000 – he learned to manage his own.

And to take better care of his health.

Shortly after 6 in the morning he’s at the gym – students join for free – then heads back to the seven-bedroom home he shares with nine people. His share is $800 a month. The CalFresh program provides roughly $50 a week for food.

Breakfast is usually a smoothie he makes with frozen fruit, from mangos to goji berries. For lunch, Vasquez preps a jar of oatmeal, raspberries, chia seeds, flaxseeds, chocolate chips and coconut shavings, plus a spinach salad, and carries them around to eat as needed. Dinner is usually pasta with vegetables.

“I tell my friends I’m plant-based – unless you take me out to eat,” he joked. As for CalFresh, “I think without it, a lot more students would be struggling.”

Vasquez said his own CalFresh-inspired super diet is also influencing his mom’s cooking, and she’s been asking him for ideas.

“So I recently bought her a recipe book in Spanish,” he said. “She said it was the first book she’s ever owned.”

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UNREAL: 3 out of 4 college-educated Democrats found to be "biology deniers" who reject physical reality

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According to a recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, three out of four college-educated Democrats, or 75 percent, believe that internal feelings are what ultimately makes someone a male or a female, not biology, genetics and genitalia. In other words, they think that a man can be a woman simply by saying “I identify as a woman,” and vice versa.

The Pew Research Center’s official write-up reads: “The survey… finds that Democrats with a bachelor’s degree or higher education are more likely than other Democrats to say a person’s gender can be different from the sex they were born with. About three-quarters (77%) of Democrats with a bachelor’s degree or more say this, compared with 60% of Democrats with some college and 57% of those with a high school diploma or less. No such [education] divide exists among Republicans.”

Needless to say, the idea that sex is determined by how one feels on the inside as opposed to science and biology is absolutely ridiculous. By that same warped logic, a white person who “identifies” as a black person is indeed black, a child who “identifies” as 65 years old is in fact 65, and a person who “identifies” as a dog is a dog. There are certain scientific rules that just cannot be broken, regardless of how uncomfortable that may make the average liberal democrat feel. (Related: However you “identify” there are only two types of brains – male and female.)

Furthermore, there is a reason why more college-educated Democrats think this way than Democrats who have received less education. The truth is that most colleges and universities have become social justice boot camps, where young people learn all about diversity, political correctness, feelings, and – you guessed it – that sex is defined by what’s between your ears instead of what’s between your legs.

The office of BGLTQ Student Life at Harvard University, for example, recently released a school-sponsored guide urging students to not only “fight transphobia” and “get the facts about gender diversity,” but also asserted that “there are more than two sexes.” The guide claimed that “gender is fluid and changing,” adding that gender identity “can be affirmed and/or expressed in many ways,” and can even “change from day to day.” (Related: There has been a huge increase in the amount of children being indoctrinated with gender identity propaganda.)

But schools teaching students that sex is determined by internal feelings isn’t anything new. Back in 2015, The College Fix published an article detailing various colleges and universities across the country that teach “gender fluidity” as fact to students. Oberlin College, for instance, defines gender as a spectrum of attributes and behaviors. UCLA has a similar definition.

At George Washington University, students attending orientation were instructed to choose whatever gender pronoun best matched their self-identity. Wesleyan University even offers students a course on Transgender Theory, which assigns books such as Read My Lips: Sexual Subversion and the End of Gender and F2M: The Making of Female Masculinity.

All across the country, students are being indoctrinated with left-wing propaganda and blatantly false information. Based on what schools like Oberlin College, UCLA, George Washington University and Wesleyan University are teaching our children, is it any wonder why 75 percent of college-educated millennials think sex is based on how you feel on the inside instead of genitalia and basic biology?

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Why I Believe A University/College Education & Corporate Media Are Responsbile For Brainwashing The Masses

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A declassified document from the CIA archives in the form of a letter from a CIA task force addressed to the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency details the close relationship that exists between the CIA and mainstream media and academia.

The document states that the CIA task force “now has relationships with reporters from every major wire service, newspaper, news weekly, and television network in the nation,” and that “this has helped us turn some ‘intelligence failure’ stories into ‘intelligence success” stories,’ and has contributed to the accuracy of countless others.” Furthermore, it explains how the agency has “persuaded reporters to postpone, change, hold, or even scrap stories that could have adversely affected national security interests or jeopardized sources and methods.”

Although it is a document outlining their desire to become more open and transparent, the deception outlined by various whistleblowers (example) requires us to read between the lines and recognize that the relationships shared between intelligence agencies and our sources of information are not always warranted and pose inherent conflicts of interest.

Herein lies the problem: What is “national security,” and who determines that definition? JFK bravely told the world that the “dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweigh[] the dangers which are cited to justify it.” He also said that “there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment.” 

“National security” is now an umbrella term used to justify concealing information, but who makes these decisions? You can read more about our world of secrecy and the Black Budget here.

Not only are countless documents classified every single year in North America, but false information and “fake news” are routinely dispersed, mainly by mainstream media outlets — a reality that is clearly conveyed in this document and has been expressed by multiple mainstream media journalists themselves. And as with the NSA surveillance program that was exposed by Edward Snowden, it’s a global problem.

Dr. Udo Ulfkotte, a prominent German journalist and editor for more than two decades, is one example. He blew the whistle on public television, stating that he was forced to publish the works of intelligence agencies under his own name and that noncompliance with these orders would result in him losing his job. (source)

Sharyl Attkisson and Amber Lyon, both well-known mainstream media reporters and journalists, have also exposed funded movements by political, corporate, and other special interests, and have revealed that they are routinely paid by the U.S. government as well as foreign governments to selectively report and distort information on certain events. (source)(source)

Let’s not forget about Operation Mockingbird, a CIA-based initiative to control mainstream media.

The document not only outlines the CIA’s role in media, but also the entire entertainment industry in general, lending further weight to revelations offered by celebrities like Jim Carrey. He appeared as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live, saying that, “For years now, talk show hosts, people on television, people in sitcoms have been, hired by the government to throw you off the tracks, to distract you, to make you laugh and stuff like that, make you happy and docile so you don’t know what’s really going on.”

While some question whether he was merely joking, the facts still remain. Another celebrity, who was clearly serious, is Roseanne Barr, who referenced the CIA’s MK Ultra mind control program — a previously classified research program through the CIA’s scientific intelligence division that tested behavioural modification and perception manipulation on human beings.

What we seem to have here is an attempt to manipulate public perception of global events through mainstream media and news publications. But what’s perhaps most interesting is the fact that a lot of people are now waking up and seeing through many of these lies and manipulation tactics. Instead of just blindly believing what we hear on television, more people are starting to think critically, do independent research, and examine a wide array of sources and information.

So many opportunities have emerged within the past few years allowing others to see this more clearly. One was the recent “fake news” epidemic, where evidence surfaced exposing information that threatened the global elite. Wikileaks is perhaps one of the greatest examples. For mainstream media to basically label everything else as “fake news” was quite ironic, given that it seems the majority of people consider mainstream media themselves to be the real  “fake news,” and this is now even more evident given the information presented above in this article.

The documents also touch upon the fact that they are constantly in touch with the entertainment industry, giving advice on scenes and direction, as well as how things happened in certain situations. Personally, I feel the industry is largely used to push propaganda, like patriotism. Patriotism is pumped into the population to support a large military in the name of “national security.” We are being fooled, wars are not waged for defence, but for offence and to push forth political agendas.

So you see, there are multiple reasons for these CIA connections to various industries.


From a young age we’re taught that getting an education is the key to living a good life. Getting a decent job, making good money, even finding the right partner — all depend on following a certain path. Yet many concepts and topics are, as previously illustrated, kept from public viewing, and this includes plenty of important science.

The U.S. intelligence community investigated parapsychology (ESP, remote viewing, telepathy, etc.) for more than two decades, for instance. Russell Targ, a physicist who has spent several decades working in a U.S. government program exploring these concepts, recently shared his experience doing so in a TED talk that is now approaching 1 million views.

Another great example of Black Budget science comes from Ben Rich, the second director of Lockheed Skunkworks, who worked there from 1975-1991. He’s been called the Father of Stealth, having overseen the development of the first stealth fighter, the F-117 NighthawkBefore his death, Rich made several shocking open statements about the reality of UFOs and extraterrestrials.

“We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects, and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity. Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do it.” 

“We now have technology to take ET home. No it won’t take someone’s lifetime to do it. There is an error in the equations. We know what it is. We now have the capability to travel to the stars.” 

“There are two types of UFOs — the ones we build and the ones ‘they’ build.” 

To read more about those comments and examine the sources, you can refer to this article that goes into more detail about it.

Information like this, including testimony from hundreds of others, suggests that the “classified world” is much more advanced than our mainstream one.

This particular document states that the agency exposes administrators of academic institutions to the agency on a regular basis.

Obviously, as with any other job, the CIA would be looking for what they consider to be qualified individuals. But the document does outline its close relationship with academia in general.

This is because certain developments and information that stem from academia could threaten national security and therefore must be kept out of the curriculum, and the public domain.

Take, for example, documents obtained via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that reveal how the U.S. government has been using a secret system to withhold the approval of some applications.

This 50-page document was obtained by Kilpatrick Towsend & Stockton, LLP, who commonly represent major tech companies that include Apple, Google, and Twitter (to name a few). You can view that entire document here. (source)

The program delaying patent applications is called the Sensitive Application Warning System (SWAS). Usually when an application is submitted for a patent approval, it requires a couple of examiners who work with the Patent Office to go through their process of approval. This process usually takes one to two years, but  applications that are filed in SAWS must be approved from several people, and can be delayed for a number of years.

One great example (out of many) of delayed patent applications comes from Dr. Gerald F. Ross, who filed a patent application for a new invention he had devised to defeat the jamming of electromagnetic transmissions at specified frequencies. It was not until June 17, 2014 (almost 37 years later) that this patent was granted. (source)

It’s important to note (as reported by the Federation of American Scientists — see annotated bibliography) that there were over 5,000 inventions that were under secrecy orders at the end of fiscal year 2014, which marked the highest number of secrecy orders in effect since 1994. (source)

Steven Aftergood from the Federation of American Scientists reports:

The 1971 list indicates that patents for solar photovoltaic generators were subject to review and possible restriction if the photovoltaics were more than 20% efficient.  Energy conversion systems were likewise subject to review and possible restriction if they offered conversion efficiencies “in excess of 70-80%.” (source)

This is all thanks to an act many people are unaware of. It’s called the “Invention Secrecy Act,” and it was written in 1951. Under this act, patent applications on new inventions can be subject to secrecy orders, which can restrict their publication if government agencies believe that their disclosure would be harmful to national security. (source)(source)

Final Thoughts

So, as you see, science and academia in the mainstream world can only go so far. We continue to rely on government institutions to define truth and reality for us, to outline the limits of what is possible. In many instances, these places to which we go to “learn” are actually diminishing, not supporting, our creativity and critical thinking skills. That’s not to say that there aren’t good aspects of the experience, but overall, we are not accessing our full potential.

When information is hidden from us as well as manipulated at the same time, it’s only going to spark more curiosity among the people. And that’s one aspect of the current shift in consciousness that’s happening on our planet. We’re beginning to see the human experience in a different light, and starting to recognize that the time for change is really here. What are we going to do about it?

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Front-flipping US college football player makes viral touchdown (VIDEO)

California Golden Bears quarterback Ross Bowers scored the incredible touchdown by executing an unbelievable jump into the endzone, flipping completely over another player in the process.

Footage of the feat shared by Sports Illustrated on Facebook gathered over 63,000 views within five hours of posting.

The impressive acrobatics left audiences stunned at the player’s dexterity.


Some sports fans pointed out a likely explanation for the 20-year-old’s high flying stunt: Bower’s mother, Joanne, is the former head gymnastics coach at the University of Washington.

His team went on to trounce the Washington State Cougars 37 to 3.

This is not the first time Bowers has demonstrated his somersaulting prowess on the football field.

He pulled off a similar stunt while still in high school – front flipping over two defenders before landing on his feet.

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‘Scandal’ Season Premiere Peddles Free College To Viewers

Olivia: “The whole people” –

Pryce: Please don’t quote me Adams.

Olivia: “The whole people be willing to take upon themselves the education”…

Pryce:[ Sighs ]

Olivia:…”Of the whole people”…

Pryce: She’s quoting Adams.

Olivia:…”And must be willing to bear the expenses of it.”

Pryce: Terrific. Bravo. Founding fathers. I am very impressed. My question-

Olivia: Yes, Curtis, what is your question?

Pryce: Who pays for it? Who gets stuck with the check?

Olivia: The ones who can afford it — corporations who’ve gone decades without paying taxes. “Sacrifice” wasn’t always a bad word in this country.

Pryce: Why is it always Washington elites constantly lecturing regular folks on what they should sacrifice?

Olivia: Was that your Mercedes I parked next to this morning?

Pryce: My mom is an immigrant. My father was a longshoreman. I was the first in my family to go to college at 24, after I volunteered building shelters in Central America.

Olivia: I could spend the next six shows dismantling your anecdotal systemically racist, “Pull yourself up by the boot straps” argument. But I’ll keep it simple — It doesn’t fly.

Pryce: I wasn’t ready for college at 18. It’s reasonable many Americans don’t want to foot the bill for someone’s six-year keg party.

Olivia: That’s very narrow thinking, Curtis.

Pryce: And your head is in the clouds, Ms. Pope.

Olivia: Do you honestly believe what you’re saying?

Pryce: I don’t say anything I don’t mean. That’s why I’m sitting where I am, and you’re Olivia Pope. Okay, you are supremely talented. But keeping it real? [ Scoffs ] It ain’t one of your talents.

Olivia: I think you’re losing your audience, but to get back on track — college is a benefit to almost every individual who attends. So, if we’re telling it like it is, let me run down some numbers, real facts that will actually –

Pryce: Unfortunately, that’s all the time we have here today. Thank you, Ms. Pope, for coming on to the show. We’ll see you tomorrow — Same time, same Pryce, more power.

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Evergreen College sanctions 80 snowflake students and issues a guide on how to deal with free speech like an adult


Evergreen State College doled out punishments to 80 students they say were involved in an incident last spring that led to a schoolwide shutdown and a million dollar legal settlement.

They’ve also issued a handbook to students explaining, in great detail, how to handle the concept of “free speech” and what students should do if they encounter an opposing viewpoint (hint: it’s not riot until the school shuts down and harass a professor and his wife out of their jobs).

Evergreen is facing both a budget and an enrollment crisis since students attacked Professor Bret Weinstein last May, alleging that he was “racist” for choosing not to participate in an event designed to show the impact of minority students on campus – but would have required all white students and faculty to stay home. Students became so enraged at the incident that they seized control of campus facilities, driving off campus safety officers and forcing the school to shut down for several days.

Just last month, Weinstein and his wife, also a professor, settled with the school for half a million dollars, in a lawsuit that alleged Evergreen students had interfered with the teacher’s right to free speech and his academic and intellectual freedoms.

Even before that happened, Evergreen announced that enrollment had dropped off, and that the school was facing a major budget crisis that could lead to cutbacks and layoffs.

In an effort to stem the bleeding, apparently, Evergreen told local media that they were investigating 180 current and former students for interfering with campus life.

“Of those 180 students, approximately 80 were found responsible for their actions,” an Evergreen spokesperson said. “They received sanctions ranging from formal warnings, community service and probation, to suspension.”

Most have already served their sentence, the school added.

This year, Evergreen has also issued a “Free Speech Guide” to students that instructs them in the basics of the First Amendment and reminds them that they cannot shut down speech, regardless of how offensive they may find it.

“The First Amendment allows speech that you may find extreme or hateful. It’s not unusual for people to want to silence others’ speech and eliminate that which is unwelcome, disagreeable, or even deeply offensive,” the guide states, according to The College Fix. “However, it is the protection of unpopular expression that lies at the core of the First Amendment, which makes it unlawful to prohibit speech based on content.”

The booklet also outlines possible punishments that could result from acts of civil disobedience that wander into censorship or violence. If student protests interfere with school operations, damage buildings or other infrastructure, or result in the school having to engage the assistance of law enforcement and emergency personnel, students will face swift and immediate “social justice” of their own.

Such rules and regulations probably won’t go over well with Evergreen students, who attend the “alternative” school so that they can learn the basics in a “social justice” environment.

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FBI arrests several NCAA coaches, cracks down on college basketball corruption

In a broad crackdown on college basketball corruption, U.S. prosecutors unveiled charges Tuesday against 10 coaches, managers, financial advisers and representatives of a sportswear company, accusing them of bribery, fraud, and corruption in recruitment in college basketball. Additionally, a key part of the case includes allegations that an executive at a global apparel company bribed students to attend universities where the company sponsored athletic programs.

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan said Tuesday the charges followed a two-year investigation into criminal influence in NCAA basketball. According to Bloomberg, among those charged are four coaches, who are accused of steering players to advisers who had paid bribes to the coaches. Federal prosecutors in Manhattan said they will announce the charges against the defendants at a noon news conference.

The defendants include coaches at top U.S. college basketball programs, one agent, one financial adviser and a former referee. The coaches are Lamont Evans, an assistant at Oklahoma State University, Emanuel Richardson, an assistant for the Arizona Wildcats, and Chuck Person, associate head coach at Auburn University.

According to the WSJ, law-enforcement officials are expected to arrest at least a half-dozen people and unseal charges Tuesday “as part of a wide-ranging investigation into alleged bribery and kickback schemes at several of the country’s top-tier college basketball programs, people familiar with the matter said.”

Investigators have been looking at whether coaches at these schools have been paid by outside entities—such as financial advisers, agents, and apparel companies—in exchange for pressuring players to associate with those entities, people familiar with the investigation said. Executives at least one apparel company are expected to be among those arrested, a person familiar with the matter said.

The investigation, which is being led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s office, has shed light on the highly competitive recruiting pipeline that brings elite high-school basketball players through Division I college programs and into the professional leagues, and the role played by assistant coaches in that process, WSJ sources said.

Via ZeroHedge

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