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“Evergreen’s Equity Council designated May 17, 2017 the Day of Absence for White People – only ‘people of color’ were welcome on campus that day. Staunchly opposed to racial segregation, Professor Brett Weinstein, in protest, refused to absent his white self. Student-rioters rose up to hound and harass him. Menacing mobs ranted and rampaged in attempts to remake their school in the image of an ascendant radical ideology and to destroy a dissenting professor’s livelihood. The result? Weinstein is no longer employed at Evergreen, but the enforcers of the Day of Absence are, and the Equity Council chugs happily along.” – Mark DeVine, “Leftist tyranny in academia is forcing Christians and atheists to join forces” – American Thinker, May 30th, 2020.
“Yes, America is burning, but that’s how forests grow… we must seize the opportunity we have right now to build anew in ways that rid us of the institutionalized racism that’s led to America burning today.” – Massachusetts Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey, quoted by Joseph Klein in “The left’s defense of arson and looting as weapons against ‘institutionalized racism’.” – FrontPageMag, June 5th, 2020.
“As Jean Raspail wrote, ‘The important thing about oppression, if you’re going to keep it panting in the public eye without killing it outright, is to make sure there’s plenty of variety.’ So the narrative and the course of events follow a predictable pattern while the details and the specifics change just enough that it feels novel if you’ve been sufficiently programmed, which unfortunately a huge number of people have been, through various mechanisms including but not limited to the media. The narrative supersedes all facts; in fact, the narrative usually exists in direct opposition to the facts.” – John Q. Publius, “A fish called Wakanda, Part 1” – The Occidental Observer, June 2nd, 2020.
“Who are those masked men in black with secret-service quality ear-pieces, military grade gas masks and backpacks full of Molotov cocktails? They are very likely professional rioters, recruited, transported and paid by the likes of some George Soros front group or other anonymous Cloward-Piven devotees who share Soros’ hatred of America and want to see this nation bought to its knees… Someone is organizing this madness. Someone is supplying the most lethal rioters with all the accoutrements of conflagration and moving them into place to all the affected cities… Antifa owes its funding to Soros as do the more violent branches of Black Lives Matter.” – Patricia McCarthy, “Who is recruiting, moving and paying the professional anarcho-rioters?” – American Thinker, May 31st, 2020.
“Stanley, a Jewish professor at Yale whose background is in language and epistemology and not history or politics, hasn’t published any peer-reviewed material on Fascism or anti-Fascism, but his 2018 book proved a moderate publishing sensation because it represented a thinly veiled attack on the Trump administration. The same administration provoked similar ill-conceived and unhelpful monographs on Fascism from Cass Sunstein (Can it Happen Here?), Madeleine Albright (Fascism: A Warning), and Harvard duo Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt (How Democracies Die). All of these individuals are Jews, and this is not a coincidence… Jews have been at the forefront of paving the cultural, as well as political, path to Antifa activity.” – Andrew Joyce, Ph.D., “When Jews define fascism” – Occidental Observer, May 29th, 2020.