York U banned the victim of hate
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« on: December 12, 2019, 07:29:49 am »

The jewish group held a meeting on campus, like they have done for years.  Snowflakes, who hate jews, violently attacked the jews.  

York U banned the jewish group.  

You can find videos of the attack on YouTube.    The hate mob attacked them when the meeting was over and the jews came out.  You cant see that some stuff started during the meeting, as well.

York U admin pandered to the hate mob, just like many other colleges have, and punished the victims of hate.

York U is in Canada.


« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2019, 03:14:05 am »

You're being more than a little disingenuous about what happened here.

The meeting was not simply "a Jewish group" - it was a pro-Israel rally linked to right-wing political movements in Israel, and featuring former IDF soldiers speaking against the BDS movement.

The meeting attracted a counter-demonstration from critics of Israel and supporters of BDS.  Press reports suggest that the protest was mostly peaceful, and nobody was punished.

The only remotely surprising thing about any of this was that the University was seemingly unprepared for such a confrontation.

The National Post writes:

"Video posted to social media of the protest showed little outright violence, but many people jostling in an unruly crowd overseen by police, and loud chanting of “Viva viva Palestina,” “Occupation is a crime,” “viva intifada (uprising)” and “One two three four occupation no more five six seven eight Israel is an apartheid state.”

Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook told the Canadian Press there was a physical altercation involving several people, and one person suffered minor injuries.

There were no arrests although some people were removed by police.

The event was disrupted by the protest but managed to continue, aided by police barring the doors and eventually escorting attendees out. "

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« Reply #2 on: December 31, 2019, 08:42:35 am »

Have you seen the videos?  I have.   They are freely available to watch on YouTube. 

The video of the small outside corridor was pretty bad compared to the ones on the inside of the building.

BDS is a violent group, as are most "liberal" groups. 

Why was the jewish group banned, but BDS not banned from York U over this?

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