The “Protect Academic Freedom Act” is a Jewish Plot to Restrict Academic Freedom

Daily Stormer
February 9, 2014

Marxist liberation theory and anti-nationalistic equality dogma has been pushed, against the will of the people, through the university system.  But when people look to Israel as embodying these things the Jews told them to be against, the Jew screams "wait, no, we didn't mean us!"
Marxist liberation theory and anti-nationalistic equality dogma has been pushed, against the will of the people, through the university system. But when people look to Israel as embodying these things the Jews told them to be against, the Jew screams “wait, no, we didn’t mean us!”

It would be difficult to imagine a more flagrant demonstration of the total control Jews exercise over the American university system and American society as a whole than the recent passing of legislation to cut the funding of any school which has an element within it that desires not to support Israel.

The hilariously named “Protect Academic Freedom Act” is nothing less than an extremist attack on the basic concept of academic freedom.

From Academe Blog:

Now, you might think that it’s purely a symbolic law because no American college would ever endorse an academic boycott of Israel, and it doesn’t even apply to colleges that are institutional members of the American Studies Association (the wording requires that the organization be “significantly funded” by the institution, which the ASA and other associations clearly are not). Still, even if the proposed law was purely symbolic, it would deserve condemnation for the evil symbolism of allowing the government to dictate the policies of colleges with regard to global injustices.

But, in reality, the amendment would have a very real impact beyond mere symbolism. The proposed legislation would cut off federal funds under the Higher Education Act to all universities unless they violate the First Amendment by cutting off funding to student groups that support a boycott of Israel.

That’s because the proposed amendment would apply not just to the college itself joining a boycott of Israel, but also if “any significant part of the institution, or any organization significantly funded by the institution adopts a policy or resolution, issues a statement” supporting an academic boycott of Israel. So, what is an organization significantly funded by the institution? Well, registered student organizations receiving student fees are the clearest example of an organization funded by a university.

This proposed law would mean that if a campus chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) is a registered student group getting most or all of its funding from the university’s student fees, then the entire university would lose federal funding under the Higher Education Act if that student group makes any kind of statement supporting an academic boycott. The only way to avoid these restrictions would be for all colleges in America to rescind any funding for any student organization that expresses support for an academic boycott of Israel, an act that would clearly violate the First Amendment at public colleges. If an academic department passed such a resolution, the college would be obligated to shut down the entire department in order to avoid the cut off in federal money.

Jews have polluted every aspect of our society, and are ensuring that the whole of society is organized solely for their benefit.  In order to fix this situation, we must first identify, and then expel, the Jewish menace.

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