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Saudi Influrence In Our Colleges.

Reader comment on item: Speaker Shouted Down at U.C.-Irvine
in response to reader comment: Absurdities

Submitted by clarence puckett (United States), Feb 7, 2007 at 23:28

The Saudis are buying the favor and influrence of our colleges and implanting unqualified college applicants, most of whom couldn't pass a sixth grade exam, but they are installed there for the purpose of stiring up a hodgepodge of non-academic activities. I believe in first amendment rights for all, but I don't believe those same rights should be used for abuse and disorder. you can't stand up in our courts and raise hell at our judges or you will find yourself in jail for running your gate mouth. so there should be an order of how disputes in Q&A's in colleges should be carried out.

it just shows that our liberal colleges are not institutions of higher learning, but have become hotbeds for terriorist organizations, in most cases recruiting our own students to serve their devious causes. When a speaker is invited to speak, the proper protocol for the occasion should be done decently and in order and the college staff should make that very clear to the faculty and staff and all students and anyone out of order should be arrested for disturbing the peace.


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