At UCLA, pro-Hamas agitators have started preventing Jews from freely traversing campus.


Again, this is an example of mid-level violence.

These Hanasniks are intimidating Jewsish students.

They are using their bodies to block Jewish students from traveling where they are legally allowed to travel.

But, if the Jewish student takes a swung at one of them, it will be the Jewish student who gets in trouble for being violent.

The law should recognize that mid-level violence is violence, and that escalation should be legally protected.

If someone blocks you from traveling where you are allowed to travel, then knocking their fucking teeth out should be a legally justified action.

The current system let’s the people who engage on mid-level violence win, and that is morally abhorrent.


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6 thoughts on “The need for hyper-violence against mid-level violence”
  1. The question I always ask…Who did they vote for and what did they expect to happen?

    For the ‘left wing jews’… have they not read ANY actual history of socialist/communist movements? The academics and Jews are ALWAYS turned on after the strongmen get into power.

  2. thats the liberal way- let the bully be a bully and when the victim fights back go after the victim for “starting a fight”…. I have a cure, but it involves people growing a pair and not backing down… but we have had 50 plus years of liberal hand wringing and crying… the Jews need to band together on campus and go to class together. when masked assholes try to block them , SMASH them. and when the pussy cop tries to interfere SMASH them for allowing violence against them. then ALL the Jews on campus go to the dean and boards and tell them enough..THAT is what it will take… will it happen?? doubt it. it has long gone past yime to give what you get twofold.. only way bully’s learn

  3. Refuse to pay tuition; demand (by lawsuit, if necessary) a refund if you did. Refuse to re-enroll.

    Employers, why hire applicants for any position, other than the most menial employment, from any of these schools?

  4. What curby said, above. After the SMASHing, everyone adopts the names of the Nuffin cousins — Dindu and Dinsee.
    (On that note, physically preventing someone — by force or threatened use of force — from going someplace they’re legally allowed to be has to be some manner of kidnapping, doesn’t it? Isn’t kidnapping a forcible felony that justifies a forceful response? Just sayin’.)
    And then go after the school under Titles II and VI of the Civil Rights Act of ’64.
    Title II is the “public accommodations” part; it prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, or national origin regarding the use of public accommodations engaged in interstate commerce. (Do the universities accept out-of-state students? Then we can argue that they are engaging in interstate commerce.)
    If that doesn’t work — or even if it does — Title VI is the “nondiscrimination in federally assisted programs” part; it prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, or national origin by any programs or activities that receive federal funds. (Do the universities receive federal funds? Then we can argue that they are obligated to ensure equal access — see below about Section 601.) Being found in violation of Title IV can result in ALL federal funds being denied.
    Based on my reading of the relevant sections (IANAL warning), it shouldn’t matter whether the people doing the blocking are university employees, students, volunteers, or interlopers unaffiliated with the school. The language of Section 601 is very short: No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
    Nothing about who does the excluding; it says no person shall be excluded or subjected to discrimination. Period. Full stop. To my non-lawyer mind, this implies that it’s not enough that the university doesn’t exclude or discriminate against anyone. To remain eligible for federal funds, they can’t allow anyone else to do it, either.
    Hit the universities right where it’ll hurt.
    (And the grandest smack-upside-the-head irony would be if the Jewish students found an open-minded Muslim attorney willing to bring their case against the university.)

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