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College Radicals Call for Violence to Halt Free Speech


By:  David Deschesne

November 25, 2015


   Following the Saul Alinsky playbook, communist radicals at Missouri's Amherst College have issued a list of demands that includes a threat to stage “civil disobedience” if the President of the college doesn’t punish and prevent other students from expressing support for “free speech.”

The demands were issued in support of the “Stand with Mizzou” movement where a professor called for “muscle” to silence the First Amendment of a reporter attempting to cover the story.

   The list of demands, attributed to a group calling itself ‘Amherst Uprising’, was handed to President Biddy Martin, following a “sit in,” and was subsequently published on the Amherst Soul website.

   Unless action is initiated within 24-48 hours, the students warn they, “will organize and respond in a radical manner, through civil disobedience.”

   The group of radicals is angered over a poster entitled, “All Lives Matter” because it seeks to be more inclusive than the slogan, “Black Lives Matter.”  The racist radicals only believe their opinion should be heard and any other opinion that seeks to espouse the equality of all other races should be quashed.  One of their demands is that, “President Martin must issue a statement to the Amherst College community at large that states we do not tolerate the actions of student(s) who posted the “All Lives Matter” posters, and the “Free Speech” posters that stated that “in memoriam of the true victim of the Missouri Protests: Free Speech.”

   “In other words, free speech, if it counters the narrative being pushed by ‘Amherst Uprising’ – will not be tolerated,” wrote Paul Joseph Watson, from

   “Not content merely to purge the school of opinions with which they disagree, the students also demand that they be given time off from class and that the school’s mascot be expunged,” writes Campus Reform’s Peter Fricke.

   The letter also demands that the college issue an official apology to “injustices including but not limited to our institutional legacy of white supremacy, colonialism, anti-black racism, anti-Latinx [sic] racism, anti-Native American racism, anti-Native/indigenous racism, anti-Asian racism, anti-Middle Eastern racism, heterosexism, cis-sexism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, ableism, mental health stigma, and classism.”

   “This letter merely serves to confirm the fact that 'safe spacers' like ‘Amherst Uprising’ are attempting to use race baiting, mob rule and intimidation tactics in order to completely eviscerate free speech on campus,” notes Watson.

   During the protest, a Missouri preacher was physically assaulted  on campus in a so-called “free speech zone” for preaching Christianity. It’s not clear if the preacher is a student or not at this point.  The black radical activist reportedly punched the preacher in the mouth and then took the microphone where he began a tirade of rambling on about fighting back and oppression.  The assailant is reportedly part of a network of New York communists who came to the Missouri campus to join the movement

   The communist radicals attempting to hi-jack the Missouri college system have no interest in free speech if it conflicts with their racist ideologies and have pledged a greater uprising in order to convert their school into an authoritarian police state reminiscent of the former Soviet Union.