Leftists Want Snitches to Inform Police About “Bias” of Fellow Students

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
January 13, 2019

Whatever happens in the universities today will happen in the coastal cities tomorrow.

This is known.

So, logically, if you want to predict the shenanigans of Antifa and the talking points of the next election cycle’s crop of Dems – just take a peek at what the kids are up to in college.

In a word: snitching. 

Washington Examiner:

Social media posts from the University of Illinois campus police are encouraging students to report “acts of intolerance” to the school’s Bias Assessment and Response Team.

At least one officer for the University of Illinois is a member of the school’s bias response team. This certainly conflates physical safety with being uncomfortable around non-politically correct individuals.

So what is bias, according to the Bias Assessment and Response Team? They define it as “actions or expressions that are motivated, at least in part, by prejudice against or hostility toward a person (or group) because of that person’s (or group’s) actual or perceived age, disability/ability status, ethnicity, gender, gender identity/expression, national origin, race, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, etc.” 

Yes, that’s right.

“Acts of intolerance.”

They got the campus police to set up a special unit for this “Bias Response Team.”

Acts of intolerance create an unsafe and unwelcoming environment for campus community members. Remember that you can…

Gepostet von University of Illinois Police am Donnerstag, 27. Dezember 2018

Hopefully, it’s some overweight nigger who just sleeps in his car and doesn’t give a fuck.

Because nothing would be worse than having it be one of those over-compensating dysgenic weirdos that the police seems to attract in droves.

Because those guys will fuck you up. And don’t they all look a bit off to you?

I was just googling around for a campus police officer image when I realized that there was a clear trend of goofiness among campus police picks. This also jibes well with my own experiences with campus police. My university was a bit ahead of the times – I distinctly remember having to put up with a tranny cop.


I don’t trust people who look weird, as a rule. Physiognomy is real, my friends. You evolved it over millions of years to be able to detect the bad seeds. You gotta relearn how to use it.

But that’s a discussion for another time.

It is funny though. How many times have Communist revolutions aborted and successfully started in the Universities? Off the top of my head… like, a lot.

But this time history is repeating itself as a farce. Because there’s no way that the old Communists were this fugly and hormonally-imbalanced.

Even Trotsky looks relatively ok when compared to the freaks you see on college campus’ nowadays.

I think that the early Americans and medieval Europeans knew how dangerous universities always were.

That’s why they put them far away and in the woods, most of the time.

It was probably to keep students away from civilization, so they couldn’t disrupt anything with their nerd-shenanigans. The main drawback of this approach, however, is that it insulates the kids in a safe Shire-like bubble. Living within a self-contained world with only leftist professors means Universities become incubators for accelerated leftism.

So we clearly need to fix this structural error going forward.

A potential solutions list: 

1. Put universities in the ghetto

Interaction with niggers will red-pill white kids from the Amerikaner hinterlands. This will also generally discourage enrollment. Two birds, one stone. 

2. Only allow study abroad programs

Students will be unable to cause shenanigans abroad because of language barriers and local suspicions. It would also just be more fun. 

3. Maim the students

Only the most hardcore lovers of knowledge would be able to sacrifice a body part like, say, an eye to be able to continue studying

So yeah, idk man.

I’m just throwing stuff on the wall here and seeing what will stick.

If you’ve got better solutions to deal with the college problem, I’d love to hear them. 

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