Campus Racial Extortionists Intimidating White Students, Chanting ‘I Love Black Criminals!’

America is being torn apart at the seams and along racial lines. Though it’s inarguable that blacks have been severely oppressed in America’s past, the black supremacists of #BlackLivesMatter now use this historical inequality to justify their crusade to become the oppressors.

Further, it seems the race-hustlers that have infected college campuses are now dropping the act and just saying what they mean; a group of Columbia protesters even recently led in a chant of “I love black criminals” and “I love black people who steal.”

The prestigious Columbia University is the latest campus to fall victim to the racial thugs and white students are being coerced and intimidated into joining this ridiculous cause. Reportedly, #BlackLivesMatter stooges have been forceful in their desire to see the students of Columbia stand in solidarity with Mizzou and Yale and have peppered the campus with flyers and Facebook messages demanding that students wear black to showcase their solidarity with the other supposedly-marginalized students of color across the country.

Both students and parents have raised concerns as students who do not comply with these demands are being threatened with social exile.

One parent shared her concerns:

“There’s been a campaign of intimidation, where students are going dorm to dorm, floor to floor and asking students to go back to their dorms and put on black if they’re not wearing black,” the parent said.

“My daughter told me people are uneasy and fearful,” she added. “Her personal politics are left-wing and she shares their sympathies, but she doesn’t like to feel that she can’t wear blue if she wants to wear blue.”

Hopefully, this daughter sees the true nature of modern day liberalism and transitions to a more thoughtful brand of political ideology.

“We support them, but we’re here to learn,” said one senior who wished to remain anonymous (for obvious reasons). “There’s a divide among students. People who are not willing to walk out are seen as not supporting the movement.”

One freshman noted, “Some students were asking if I knew about the protest and why I wasn’t there. It was just my choice. I’m not really the protest type.”

It’s not just a “feeling” that those who do not participate will be ostracized; as hundreds of Columbia students gathered at the South Lawn on Thursday, speakers and attendees insulted and heckled nearby students who did not participate.

“Look at those guys playing Frisbee — that is the definition of privilege,” one speaker said. The Frisbee players packed-up and promptly left, ceding the ground to the racial thugs.

Another student adorned a T-shirt with the words “Kill White Supremacy” and called Columbia a “white supremacist institution.” She led the crowd in a series of chants which included “I love black people,” “I love all black people” and “I love queer black people.”

Soon, she added chants of “I love black criminals” and “I love black people who steal.”

I’ll be honest; I do not love black criminals. I do not love black people who steal. But, in all fairness, I despise white people who steal and Hispanic people who steal. I despise Norwegian criminals, Thai criminals, and so, so many other types of criminals.

This is a rapidly devolving situation that can be quite dangerous. We have encountered a situation where the loudest, most-obnoxious voices get the attention they crave and there is nothing more dangerous that a radical zealot who believes that their actions are always justified in the pursuit of moral righteousness and social justice.

Mark my words: if campus officials do not begin to get a grip on these thugs and their extortion tactics that masquerade as protests, the university systems of America will be engulfed in violence.

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Greg Campbell
Greg Campbell
An unapologetic patriot and conservative, Greg emerged within the blossoming Tea Party Movement as a political analyst dedicated to educating and advocating for the preservation of our constitutional principles and a free-market solution to problems birthed by economic liberalism. From authoring scathing commentaries to conducting interviews with some of the biggest names in politics today including party leaders, activists and conservative media personalities, Greg has worked to counter the left’s media narratives with truthful discussions of the biggest issues affecting Americans today. Greg’s primary area of focus is Second Amendment issues and the advancement of honest discussion concerning the constitutional right that protects all others. He lives in the Northwest with his wife, Heather, and enjoys writing, marksmanship and the outdoors.

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