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PostSubject: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Wed Apr 08, 2015 1:00 pm



(This started back in February, around the same time as the 'racist Oklahoma frat boys' ploy)

UCLA: The jewish president of the student council nominates a jewish girl to serve on a campus judicial panel. During the interview, you have another member of the student council (last name 'Roth') question the candidate on her potential bias, based on the fact that the nominee is jewish. The jewish president immediately cuts in indignantly and makes the jewish topic the center of debate. After the nominee steps out and the student council deliberates, the jewish candidate almost loses the nomination (split down the middle), until an unnamed 'faculty advisor' steps in to 'convince' the 'nay' voters that their reasoning is unfounded, and then the student council unanimously votes the jewish candidate in with none opposed -- like a classic social engineering exercise. The jewish UCLA chancellor Gene D. Block then issues a memo to the entire campus in the aftermath stating (among other things) "to assume that every member of a group can’t be impartial or is motivated by hatred is intellectually and morally unacceptable.” A video of the student council meeting gets uploaded to the net and 'goes viral', the jewish president of the student council starts wailing on facebook about the prevailing inhumanity of 'questioning of jewish loyalties', and within weeks there's apology after apology, and a campus 'resolution' equating criticism of Israel with 'antisemitism'.

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UCLA student council condemns antisemitism amid campus outrage

Wednesday 11 March 2015

UCLA’s student council unanimously approved a resolution condemning antisemitism on Tuesday night, weeks after its leaders [the 4 out of 9 original 'nay' voters] had to publicly apologise for questioning a student’s eligibility to serve on a campus judicial panel because of her Jewish faith and affiliations.

Dozens of students at the University of California, Los Angeles, attended the meeting Tuesday night to publicly voice support for the resolution. The debate, recorded in written minutes and captured on video, roiled the campus and sparked a national discussion about discrimination against Jews.

The Undergraduate Students Association Council voted 12-0 in favour of the resolution, which was presented to the board by members of Hillel at UCLA.

The resolution calls on the council to “actively fight” antisemitism in all its ugly manifestations. It also urged the council’s members participate in a diversity training on the history of antisemitism and how to recognise it, as it failed to do during Rachel Beyda’s confirmation hearing last month.

During the 10 February hearing, Beyda, an undergraduate pre-law student, was questioned about whether her faith meant she would be biased in her deliberations over the ethics and governance issues that come before the campus’s judicial panel.

“Given that you are a Jewish student and very active in the Jewish community, how do you see yourself being able to maintain an unbiased view?” Fabienne Roth, a member of students council asked Beyda during the hearing.

After Beyda was sent out of the room, the council continued to debate her faith and affiliations, including with the Jewish sorority Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi and Hillel, a Jewish campus organisation. The council was first divided on Beyda’s nomination. But then a faculty member informed the council that the candidate’s religion did not present a conflict of interest, and the students revised their vote, approving her unanimously for the board.

Beyda declined to comment on the resolution or the hearing. “As a member of the judicial board, I do not feel it is appropriate for me to comment on the actions of UCLA’s elected student government,” she told the Guardian.

The video was shared widely online, sparking online protests and prompting a scathing rebuke by the university newspaper’s editorial board, which called the debate “discriminatory”. In response to the outcry, four members of the student government later issued an apology, which was printed in the Daily Bruin.

“Our intentions were never to attack, insult or de-legitimize the identity of an individual or people,” the students said in a statement. “It is our responsibility as elected officials to maintain a position of fairness, exercise justness, and represent the Bruin community to the best of our abilities, and we are truly sorry for any words used during this meeting that suggested otherwise.”

The resolution acknowledges the 10 February meeting, stating that Beyda was “inappropriately questioned, not about her qualifications, but about whether or not her identity and affiliation with the Jewish community created a unique conflict of interest”. It also notes other “incidents of antisemitism” at UCLA and at other universities, including a January incident in which vandals painted two large swastikas onto a Jewish fraternity house at University of California, Davis.

Avinoam Baral, [jewish] president of the student council, said he was proud of the UCLA council’s decision to approve the resolution.

“This represents an important step towards an inclusive and safe climate, especially in light of recent events,” Baral said
in a statement to the Guardian. “Personally, as a Jewish student, I am very proud to lead a council that has taken this stand. We look forward to moving forward from this incident as a student body.”

After Beyda’s confirmation hearing, Baral, who nominated her for the position, expressed his disbelief at the council’s line of questioning in a Facebook post.

“How is it possible, in 2015, that Jews are STILL being accused of having ‘divided loyalties’?,”
Baral asked in the post. “How is it possible that in 2015, a Jewish student could potentially be barred from serving a position they are extremely passionate about it simply because of their identity?”

He concluded: “Would this sort of travesty fly if I had appointed a member of any other group whether they be religious, ethnic, cultural etc? My feeling is no.”


http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/mar/11/ucla-student-council-passes-resolution-antisemitism


Video of the student council interview and deliberation --
note @ mark 1:40 the jewish president cuts in as if on cue to take issue with the jewish topic




UCLA and UC Berkeley pass 'anti-semitism' resolutions, thoughtcrime policy written up by jews

April 06, 2015

Recently adopted resolutions condemning anti-Semitism by student unions at two University of California campuses have come under criticism for going too far, with opponents arguing they stifle debate under the guise of battling bigotry.

[...] dissenters have raised criticism over the concern that the resolutions blur the line between anti-Semitism and criticism of Israel, arguing that the language in the documents is based on a decade-old EU document revoked two years ago.

“This resolution is much broader than the one recognized by the Office of Civil Rights of the US Department of Education,” Phan Nguyen, journalist for Mondoweiss, told RT. The OCR has investigated numerous allegations of harassment, but found “time and time again, what is considered harassment turned out to be actual criticism of Israel people felt offended by.”

The student association at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) adopted a resolution condemning anti-Semitism last week, following the passage of a similarly-worded resolution at UC Berkeley at the end of February.

Both documents reference several inflammatory incidents in the past two months, including a Jewish fraternity house at UC Davis being defaced with Nazi graffiti and a candidate for a student judiciary body at UCLA having her loyalties questioned on account of being Jewish. Both invoke the State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism, with the UCLA document specifically listing what constitutes “appropriate and acceptable criticism of Israel.”

“They don’t want to debate Israel,” Nguyen told RT, but rather “want to prevent any discussion of this from happening under this blanket of anti-Semitism.”

According to NPR columnist Wendy Kaminer, however, the “Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions” (BDS) movement is “blurring the lines between irrational mistrust or hatred of Jews and reasoned protests of Israeli policies.” UC Davis adopted a resolution joining the BDS the night before the Jewish frat house was vandalized.
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http://rt.com/usa/241305-ucla-anti-semitism-resolution/



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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Wed Apr 08, 2015 1:28 pm

Early jewish training 'by way of deception.'
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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Wed Apr 08, 2015 2:04 pm

A key part of this is that the students who were forced to apologize publicly actually originally voted the jewish student candidate in after being 'convinced' (pressured) by the faculty advisor. So the 'punishment and humiliation' of public apology was 'ipso facto' for the students to have even questioned the girl's jewishness in the first place, even after they had already 'corrected their mistake' in the eyes of their peers.

Reminiscent of classic jewish social engineering experiments used throughout the last century in workplaces, schools, and other public institutions etc. And like the Asch conformity experiments (for example), one of the four students who had to 'apologize' was already 'in on the ploy'.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asch_conformity_experiments
Except the cause-and-effect of this ploy was not simply to 'learn from the experiment', but to lead to direct thoughtcrime policies on the campuses, which it did.

What gives the whole thing away is that the girl who was originally asking the the questions about the candidate's jewishness is jewish herself, yet that fact isn't being discussed by anyone - in the press, by the jewish questioner herself, or by the jewish president of the student council etc (all the players are jews, except for maybe a few of the other members of the student council). The role of the jewish questioner (Fabienne Roth) was to play the 'blonde nazi' persecutor.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Wed Apr 08, 2015 2:16 pm



Heather Hansen: “something that we need to look at more closely and report on more often so that people are aware that this is still going on”

Newsmax host: "Again, I don't know this, I have no way of knowing this for a fact, but it seems to me that, that question that was asked was almost… rehearsed!”

Dershowitz: “We'll, it could be… uh..” changes the subject and then compares it to the 'University of Oklahoma school bus incident’


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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Wed Apr 08, 2015 2:26 pm

For reference to the 'racist frat boys' incident (same playbook)
http://laconics.forumotion.com/t3687-racist-fraternity-has-a-jewish-president
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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Thu Apr 09, 2015 10:54 pm

Another 'Staged jewish event'
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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Thu Apr 09, 2015 11:07 pm

Seinfeld was jewy, now this is funny!

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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Thu Apr 09, 2015 11:31 pm

wag wrote:

Seinfeld was jewy, now this [...]


Yes, the stunt was an all-jewish cast. You'd think somebody at UCLA would have pointed out that fact by now, but - no media outlet for opposition/exposure/honest debate (free of academic punishment), too easily duped, or too scared of repurcussions.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Fri Apr 10, 2015 8:33 am

Dershowitz claims people are all against him and other Jews because of their religion or racial identity, leaving zero room for objection to behavior, loyalties and policy.  No real debate allowed.  The comparison to Malcolm X is vain.
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PostSubject: Re: Jews Celebrate 1984 Reality On California University Campuses - Moves Reminiscent Of 'Racist Frat Boys' Media Stunt   Sat Apr 11, 2015 2:10 am

Jacob Gold wrote:

Another 'Staged jewish event'


They key thing with this story is that it's a direct example of how jews conduct critical deception even at such as young an age and as 'innocent' a setting as being students at a university. The perception of most from the outside might see I something like this as an 'isolated incident', while the pattern shows these ploys as actual coordinated operations for larger jew goals.

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