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Disruptions on College Campuses

Reader comment on item: Speaker Shouted Down at U.C.-Irvine

Submitted by Bob Jack (United States), Feb 13, 2007 at 17:23

The Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) interfered with the flow of free speech back in the 70's, and with the conduct of the educational process in general on UC campuses--you can always count on the terrors of the day getting their sway on a UC campus. The only way to attack these anarchists, which is all they are, is to disrupt their meetings with outraged speech .For example, the next time that the local Muslim club on campus puts on a hate Israel or hate America presentation, shout them down with your own slogans--such as "if you don't like America get the hell out of here" Shout out"Go back to where you came from, we don't want you here".

I shouted out in an SDS meeting at UC San Diego in the 70's, and disrupted their meeting, and it got real quiet in the room--it was great! They cannot take their own medicine basically. They are just a bunch of bullying cowards--If you are a student that does not like the way Daniel Pipes was treated by these Muslim cowards then get active in return--it works!


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