Hey-hey, ho-ho, non-commie students have got to go
A conservative black activist says Americans must stand up to left-wing name-calling and push back the bullies.
The bullying of white students at a California college, and growing support for the Black Lives Matter movement, represent “an indictment against those of us who call ourselves patriots,” observes Ted Hayes, a Los Angeles-based activist known for his conservative views on jobs and the homeless, and immigration.
Among numerous left-wing college campuses Berkeley is among the most radical, and a October protest didn’t disappoint.
Protesters blocked white students from using a main campus pathway (see video below), physically blocking them back if they didn’t turn around. But non-white students were allowed to pass through the chanting crowd.
The protestors were calling for “safe spaces” for transgender people as well as “spaces of color,” which Fox News reports they already have.
Hayes says the infamously far-left Berkeley allows socialist beliefs to creep into our culture and take advantage of young people “who don’t have a clue as to what they’re doing or what they’re saying.”
Meanwhile, 2,000 Seattle educators showed their support of Black Lives Matter by wearing BLM shirts to school. Educators across the district also held rallies before classes began, calling for racial equality in education.
Derryck Green of Project 21 says students are being hurt by a movement that supposedly supports them, because it creates a sense of victimization that suggests racism will keep them from succeeding in life.
Believing that narrative, he says, “reduces the hope and optimism these children have going forward.”
The BLM movement and NAACP have spoken out against school choice, including charter schools, and Green says that puts them in direct opposition to most black parents who support both initiatives.