Friday, November 13, 2015

Regarding Safe Zones and a Die-in

Why are college students so panicked about not having "safe spaces" on campus choosing "die-ins" as a form of protest?

Ithaca College students protested racial injustice on campus and called for the school's president, Tom Rochon, to step down, the Ithaca Journal reported on Wednesday.

Students conducted a "die-in," where they lay down throughout the campus, simulating being dead throughout campus as a form of protest.

Sheesh. If only these baby fascists were that considerate and cooperative!

I like the way our military holds die-ins. For the other side in their safe zone:

The United States targeted British Islamic State leader "Jihadi John" in an air attack in northern Syria which Britain said would "strike at the heart of Islamic State" if the militant's death is confirmed.

Good jihadis are a wonder to behold.

And for those crybaby proto-fascists on our campuses, you know who needs a safe zone? France. And not from that bullshit micro-aggression nonsense you peddle.

UPDATE: The die-in taking place in France seems to have climbed well over the one hundred mark at this point.

UPDATE: Not all students are willing to go along on the Viking funeral ride that the radical leftists are trying to sail:

We are adults, and we need to be mature enough to take ownership of and responsibility for our feelings, rather than demanding that those around us cater to our individual needs. The hypocrisy of advocating for “safe spaces” while creating an incredibly unsafe space for President Chodosh, former Dean Spellman, the student who was “derailing,” and the news media representatives who were verbally abused unfortunately seemed to soar over many of your heads.

Lastly, we are disappointed in students like ourselves, who were scared into silence. We are not racist for having different opinions. We are not immoral because we don’t buy the flawed rhetoric of a spiteful movement. We are not evil because we don’t want this movement to tear across our campuses completely unchecked.

We are no longer afraid to be voices of dissent.

Yes. Don't let the proto-fascists define your generation.

And to bring it back to terrorism (tip to Instapundit):

Here's another instance of political correctness on a college campus going a smidge too far, courtesy of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities: A proposed resolution to recognize the 9/11 terrorist attacks on campus each year was rejected by the Minnesota Student Association as it may potentially violate a "safe space" on campus.

The college idiots believe such a remembrance will promote "Islamophobia."

Which is odd, since doesn't that thinking assume Islam is responsible for the 9/11 attacks? Why should remembering what Islamist nutballs with their own twisted version of Islam did on 9/11 get to define Islam? Why assume that most Moslems--who represent the number one victim of Islamist nutballs--would thank these college idiots for "protecting" them?

Face it, there is a civil war within Islam to define Islam. If we don't condemn and defeat the Islamist nutballs who define Islam as a religion where Allah celebrates carnage in Paris and 9/11-scale attacks and your individual beheadings and gang rape of Infidels, that twisted version of Islam will defeat the more tolerant and less violent versions of Islam.

If that Islamist victory happens, we will have an Islam that looks like ISIL. Of course, at that point "Islamophobia" will be the perfectly rational reaction to Islam.

UPDATE: The crybaby proto-fascists (or Maoists if you prefer, but it's all just different versions of the same totalitarianism) bring it all together as only they can in their self-centered world:

UN-EFFING-BELIEVABLE! Mizzou protesters are ANGRY Paris terror attacks stole their MEDIA SPOTLIGHT!!!

Tip to Instapundit.

UPDATE: More on the divide between pretend enemies and real enemies.