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Campus PURGES accelerate as student leaders who refuse to stand with 'Black Lives Matter' now face impeachment


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(NaturalNews) The "Black Lives Matter" movement is getting more radical by the day, with its activists imposing their will on university system after university system, college campus after college campus, in a widening effort to force administrators to adopt policy carve-outs and special treatment for minorities.

As reported by Campus Reform, the extremism has now grown into outsized demands that anyone in school leadership or in front offices who doesn't concur with the Black Lives Matter agenda must be forced out and replaced with a mind-numbed, subservient drone.

The news site reported:

Students and alumni of the University of Kansas are coming to the defense of three student government executives who are facing impeachment on charges that they were not sufficiently enthusiastic in their support of a student-led diversity ultimatum.

When disagreement becomes an intolerable crime

In particular, The Associated Press elaborated, the university Senate's Student Executive Committee is attempting to force Student Body President Jessie Pringle, Student Body Vice President Zach George and Chief of Staff Adam Moon to get out of office, to be followed up with impeachment proceedings by the full chamber if the trio fail to comply.

Citing a report in the Lawrence Journal-World, the executive committee voted 6–3 to register "no confidence" in the chamber leaders, with one member abstaining. The AP noted further that the demands at KU followed similar ones made on other campuses:

The resignation demand comes after last week's unrest at the University of Missouri and after a forum that University of Kansas Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little moderated [recently], where a student group Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk presented diversity demands, which include hiring a director for the Office of Multicultural Affairs by Dec. 15, mandatory "inclusion and belonging" training for students and faculty and increased diversity in hiring.

The "crimes"? According to Shegufta Huma, a member of the executive committee and the Senate vice president, the results of the vote were due to months of inaction and the chamber's top officers' failure to just roll over and support "diversity demands," according to the AP. Also, she told the Lawrence paper, Pringle and George in particular drew the ire of activists because they allegedly would not "stand in solidarity with their black peers and proclaim that Black Lives Matter" at the recently held forum.

"This is part of a larger pattern and some much bigger issues that (the) Senate has been dealing with in terms of our relationship with marginalized communities at KU," Huma complained, though she – like other activists on other campuses – has not explained just which "communities" are "marginalized" and what form such "marginalization" has taken.

The inquisitors have made their demands

Because if what is taking place at KU is anything like what has taken place at Mizzou, Yale University and other campuses, there is no "marginalization" – only outsized, unreasonable demands for special treatment and privileges for minorities, all while whites and others in disfavor are being forced to admit to some phony "privilege" or face being ostracized by activists and then abandoned outright by spineless school administrators.

And if you've noticed – and you likely have – all of these protests have begun nearly simultaneously, as if there was some master plan to launch them. What's more, each "movement" on each campus is being conducted by a very small number of activists who are all demanding the same things – succumb to the "Black Lives Matter" dogma or suffer the consequences (the only thing these activists are doing differently from ISIS in making demands for compliance is that the Black Lives Matter movement isn't beheading opponents or shooting them in the back of the head – yet); hire a more "diverse" academic staff (even if there aren't any qualified applicants); force "diversity training" on the entire student body (which automatically assumes, based on skin color, that the entire white student body is inherently racist); and make sure that minority students are given special dispensation when it comes to things like passing grades (which assumes that professors fail students purposely because of their skin color).

The fate of the three KU Senate officers was not known as of this writing, but they remain targets, as intolerant people make intolerant demands over perceived intolerance, all without offering any evidence that the inquisitors have been slighted in any meaningful way.






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