SJW Radicals Blindsided – Racist ASU Students Angry After Being Punished For Confronting Their White Peers

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The first and most prominent University in the U.S., Harvard, was established in 1636 and continues today. Yale University was established in 1701 to train ministers in theology and sacred languages and is also still educating future generations in 2021.

Following these and other original places of higher learning, universities and colleges have rapidly declined over the past 100 years with many embracing social justice causes, and in effect have become progressive, Marxist portals of indoctrination.

Instead of preparing students to join the marketplace and work their way up in the profession, they received their degree in, the teaching faculties instead are training the young people to reject American patriotism, convince them white Americans have been and are still systemically racists, and are positioning the government as the only option for people of color to obtain equity.

Three months ago, a video circulated showing two black females walking into the Arizona State University multicultural center and saw two white male students on their laptops, minding their own business, and started harassing them for daring to sit in an area available for all students.

The two male students, who were visibly caught off guard, calmly listened to the racist tirade of the two social justice wannabees, which considering the state of our nation, was quite admirable as they had a right to challenge the radical activists.

The two females decided to berate them, calling them offensive, telling them the multicultural center was for them. They said “whiteness” was not a culture and their presence was an act of racist violence.

On a surprising note, it appears ASU actually reprimanded the two activists for their obscene and overtly racist behavior. These same two females took to social media to complain about the punishment they received. How have they been punished? A warning and a three-page paper from the administration.  So here is what the angry girls had to say in response.

“We’re going to give ASU and educational intervention on why telling students of color at ASU to be more civil in the face of white supremacy and neo-Nazism on this campus is actually violent.”

“ASU is a violent place.”

ASU is replete with this kind of ridiculous “thinking.” After Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty by a jury of his peers, students at ASU organized a protest, demanding that the white supremacist murderer be kicked out of the school. (Rittenhouse was attending the university online.) The protest was a damned circus and achieved absolutely nothing, but it is demonstrative of an environment that fosters ignorance, in academics, in current events, and in life, in general.


So there you have it, folks.

Arizona State University did the right thing, for all students, by putting a stop, even so gently, to these two video happy racists, showing the campus that everyone who is accepted into the school, is entitled to pursue their education without skin color being used as a justification by others trying to prevent them from doing so.

This story sounds like what the black students demanded as part of the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Racism is always wrong, hopefully, these 2 girls got the message and will eventually understand what they were actually doing to these boys, is what people of color fought to stop in their recent past, winning equality in the end.

Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show.

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