Thirteen Kent State students were shot by the National Guard on May 4, 1970. This is what real terrorism by the United States government sounds like:
Today we have students who have been taught by leftists to exhibit symptoms of emotionally illness when someone might use the wrong word; a word denounced as offensive or insensitive, or racist, sexist, or homophobic.
On the other hand, the students at Kent State had a real cause to protest: the illegal war in Cambodia; yet one more war not authorized by Congress; yet one more illegal war in which our troops failed to refuse to disobey illegal orders as Oath Keepers should do. WWII was the last time Congress used its constitutional authority to declare war. That means every soldier who has fought in every war since 1945 followed illegal orders rather than obey their oath to support and defend the United States Constitution.
In 1970, the U.S. government shot 13 students, four of whom were murdered, to remind us that they have more power than we do. Do they, really? Or is it just ignorance that is keeping our troops from refusing to fight in or engage in any preparatory activity to fight in an illegal war?
All wars currently engaged in by the U.S. government are illegal wars. None of them have been authorized by Congress. That’s what students should be protesting today, just like the students at Kent State did in 1970.
Instead, we have simpering emotionally retarded people who have nothing better to do than whine about words that hurt their retarded minds while they demonstrate to eliminate final exams. It just doesn’t get stupider than that, especially when the instigator who went on a hunger strike because of his delusional perception of “oppression” is supported by a father who rakes in $8 million a year. Yeah, what an oppressed dude. I feel so sorry for him.
Want something to protest about? Well violating other people’s right to freedom of thought and expression by protesting their words is not the way to do it. Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me.
If you want something to protest, then consider protesting the repeal of posse comitatus 45 years after American soldiers shot 13 unarmed students on an American campus, murdering four, because they didn’t like hearing what those students had to say.