There is some idiot Black Lives Matters Activist/professor/whatever over at Amherst College named Ben Brucato who had this to say to a city council candidate.
But when he realized the exchange was being published in different online places, he started to threaten people. I think he accidentally invoked The Streisand Effect and I am happy to oblige.
And since we are here, I saw this in Facebook and I have to share it.
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In the link: “Amherst College is defending the right of an anti-police researcher to issue death threats.” How nice. Is “anti-police researcher” an academic position these days?
I’m willing to bet that Ben Brucato still has an active Facebook account. One thing I’ve learned is that Facebook’s reporting system is bunk. Flag a breastfeeding mom photo, it’s gone in about a minute. Flag this guy’s comments, they are there forever.
That being said, I’m glad the commentary stays put, that way there’s a record of this guy’s actions. Ideally Facebook would just be a free-for-all.
His twitter account is a gem:
For a supposed academic, he seems rather ignorant about what happens in Revolutions, specially those who boast them the most.
That’s ’cause he thinks that this revolution is going to end with him in charge. He’s so smart, we should all listen to him…
step 1: foment unrest.
step 2: unrest!
step 3: ???
step 4: Large, and In Charge! Yeah, baby!
What is hilarious is a white guy instigating black revolution. Helter Skelter anyone?
Apparently, there were quite a few folks in the Gulags who thought that their imprisonment was either a mistake, or a sacrifice for the greater good of the Revolution.
Seems Ben is about to go Vester Flanagan on us; he needs to be watched.
He justifies violence in response to a perceived social wrong?
Lmao, pschopaths. Comparing blm to kkk. When you see white folks hanging, white children killed in broad daylight with non guilty verdicts, all in the name of christianity, then this might make a little sense.
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