No Freedoms: Citadel Cadets Suspended for Wearing Klan Hoods

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 11, 2015

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The new rule is that freedom only exists for those who agree with absolutely everything the government and the Jews say.

Any deviation results in total shutdown.

USA Today:

The Citadel has suspended eight cadets dressed in costumes that evoke the Ku Klux Klan after controversial photos surfaced online early Thursday. They are no longer on campus, according to a spokesperson for the school.

The images, shared on several social media sites, show seven cadets in white clothes wearing white, pointy pillowcases with eye cutouts over their heads.

One upperclassman also in the photo wearing a Citadel sweatshirt was suspended as well, according to the spokesperson.

The president of the Charleston, S.C., school, Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa, called the photos “offensive and disturbing” in a statement, and said preliminary reports are that the cadets were singing Christmas carols as part of a “Ghosts of Christmas Past” skit.

“These images are not consistent with our core values of honor, duty and respect,” Rosa said in the statement.

I guess maybe they were ghost costumes. Probably not. But who cares?

They weren’t marching through campus like Sam Hyde in these hoods.

Do we have no freedoms?

How have we removed basic freedom of expression from our value system without ever having specifically noted “now we are removing basic freedom of expression from our value system”?

I guess it’s sort of like when we added “unlimited brown people from everywhere” to our value system, but never specifically noted it when it happened.

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