Black Activists THREATEN University : ‘If They Don’t Meet Our List Of Demands’

Black Activists THREATEN University : ‘If They Don’t Meet Our List Of Demands’

Hey, if it worked the first time, then why not try again…

The black student activists at the University of California Santa Cruz are a prime example of the beloved children’s book, “If You Give A Moose A Cookie” – but with less lovable characters, believe me…

The commie snowflakes say they will take control of more buildings to force school administrators to cave to their demands – again. My guess is they saw how easy it was to squeeze the school and wanted to pile on a bit more to see what else they could get.

They recently appropriated a campus building and claimed they weren’t moving until the university signed their list of conditions.

After having their first four demands met without a fight, the African/Black Student Alliance decided that their extortion racket they have going was too useful to close on, so they included in those demands the establishment of: “Low income housing cooperative for historically disadvantaged students, ie: non-white; a $100,000 fund for disbursement to the local Santa Cruz student support group; and the promulgation of either blacks studies department at the university, or, at the very least, a black studies minor or major program.”

The University chancellor, George Blumenthal, quickly gave up any resistance to the students that he and his staff helped foster and promised to meet the students’ outlandish wish-list: guaranteed accommodation for all black and Caribbean in the segregated “Rosa Parks African American Theme House,” the return of a lounge for the facility, a fresh coat of paint in the “Pan-Afrikan” color scheme of red, green and black for the building’s exterior and mandatory diversity training for all new students.

Blumenthal showcased his weak resolve, as his students decided to turn on their own mentors and go out on this sit in. He basically thanked the little privileged commies for their coercive methods, saying in a May 4 statement:

“The student demonstrators raised a number of issues with campus leaders, issues we fundamentally agree upon. Students from historically underrepresented communities deal with real challenges on campus and in the community. These difficulties include things that many people take for granted, such as finding housing or even just a sense of community.”

In John Hawkins’ new book, ‘101 Things All Young Adults Should Know’, he teaches in number 10, “People are what they are and probably are not going to change much once they reach adulthood.” These kids are still kids. But not in the sense that they are. It’s more in the sense that they feel like they have a right to extort a school that is funded by taxpayers. Expel all of them and we won’t have a problem.

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