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November 12, 2023
Video goes viral of pro-Hamas student interrupting an MIT class, but the admin's response is what's truly offensive
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was one of the highest institutes of higher learning in America. It's where Matt Damon went in a janitor and came out a really smart masshole. Sadly, as we see with other once-respected schools, it's nothing more than another woke antisemitism factory. And the viral video of a math class being interrupted isn't the worst of it.
$250,000 so your math class can be interrupted by a pro-Hamas advocate screaming nonsense comes with the territory of going to an "elite" university. MIT alumni tried to warn about the woke mind virus. No one listened. This is what you get:
At least the student was free to leave. Other students, particularly the ones wearing Yarmukles, haven't been so lucky.
Where the story gets offensive is with the MIT administration's response, or lack thereof, of one group of students terrorizing another group of students. If the people doing the terrorizing were wearing MAGA caps, there wouldn't be a story because they'd be expelled and their families shamed. Because the terrorizers wear keffiyehs, that's where we get into a grey area.
There were unauthorized anti-Israel protests taking place the same day that Jewish students say posed a danger to their physical safety and prevented them from attending classes that day. With. Good. Reason.
MIT threatened to suspend students who took part in unauthorized protests on campus. At one specific protest, according to Hareetz, a confrontation between protesters and counter-protesters erupted, and the school "had serious concerns that it could lead to violence.”
The school refused to follow through on the suspension threat because there was concern the violators could face deportation. The people organizing and taking part in the protest are not US citizens.
There has been considerable speculation in recent weeks that many of the students at the forefront of the anti-Israel protests on campuses across the country are not U.S. citizens. The MIT statement appears to be the first time a university has acknowledged that this may be the case.
There is one group of students terrorizing another group of students and organizing protests that disrupt the campus. And because many of them are believed NOT to be US citizens, MIT is letting them get away with it.
It makes you wonder if this is the case at our other "elite" universities.
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