April 19, 2018
Shut it down all you like, kikes. Don’t be surprised it you someday wind up in an oven, tho.
Look at these brave Jews, fearlessly fighting against American universities, those bastions of hardcore Jew hatred.
Will they ever manage to overcome colleges’ discriminatory practices and open atmosphere of intolerance?
Hard to say.
Life really is just a series of decisions.
But this new law restricting speech on college campuses is definitely a step in the right direction.
A controversial proposal that aims to curb anti-Semitism on college campuses, but has drawn the ire of free-speech advocates, will likely become law.
The proposal — a “proviso” slipped into the Senate budget that is only effective for one year — would require South Carolina’s public universities to take into account set criteria in determining whether a given act met the State Department’s 2010 definition for anti-Semitism.
The proviso likely will encounter little resistance in the House, where last year a similar bill passed overwhelmingly, and already has the support of Gov. Henry McMaster.
Oh, it didn’t encounter resistance. The bill is now law already.
— James Maisano Esq. (@JamesMaisanoEsq) April 18, 2018
No lawmaker would dare vote against a bill specifically meant to protect Jewish interests.
And wow, this definition of “anti-Semitism” goes way beyond just hating the Jews.
Even mild criticisms of Israel can now be banned from college campuses on the grounds that they qualify as “anti-Semitism.”
This is extreme even by liberal standards, considering that they love whining about how Israel slaughters brown people as their national sport.
And that last one, wow:
“Denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination and denying Israel the right to exist, provided that criticism of Israel similar to that leveled against any other country cannot be regarded as anti-Semitic.”
Imagine if someone denied White people their right to self-determination, or their right to exist as a nation? Is that banned from college campuses, too?
Proponents say it gives universities tools to investigate and define anti-Semitism. When the bill was introduced last year, Jewish community centers throughout the country, including one in Columbia, had received bomb threats.
Yeah, they received bomb threats… from some kike in Israel.
Reminder that they immediately tried to blame this on us before being exposed.
These people are openly using a Jewish criminal plot to justify restricting the freedoms of the goyim to criticize Jews.
This is nuts.
Are false flag attacks the only trick in the Jew book? It seems like every time Jews want to push some unpopular (and illegal) agenda, they just hoax some kind of attack and then ram it through, regardless of if the attack was immediately exposed.
But every time they do this, more goyim start knowing.
And they’re getting really, really sick of dealing with these kikes, I can tell you that.