Skip to comments.Berkeley Radicals Want to Honor Cop-Killing Communist
Posted on 03/20/2015 7:06:28 AM PDT by Sean_Anthony
Cuban collaborator Assata Shakur, formerly Joanne Chesimard, is a leftist role model
Disgruntled black students at the University of California at Berkeley are demanding a campus building be named after convicted cop-killing terrorist and fugitive from justice, Assata Shakur.
The reason for the demand? In the stated opinion of the schools Black Student Union, blacks are disrespected on campus. BSU member Cori McGowens told reporters that trying to excel academically is immensely difficult while coping with the issue of antiblackness on campus.
It troubles me that I have already been told countless times that antiblackness is not an issue to discuss within the context of the American political system, said McGowens, a political science major. My professors and graduate-student instructors have told me that I shouldnt bring up the politics of race and the reality of my black experience.
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Are there any recent African immigrants or visiting students with whom his story can be compared?
Generally, those people DON’T have any race related problems.
If he shared his whole story, which would almost surely show the presence of an entire Frito-Lay factory on his shoulder (not just a chip) then we would hear the truth. Maybe these advisors don’t want that to be heard, it would break up a racket.
Why do I think that if I looked up this reporter’s story on student debt we’d find the same character? Perhaps saying that student debt is the new slavery? And the solution in their case is not paying as he is owed reparations anyway?
It’s too bad these retarded subhumans don’t give the American taxpayers a break by staying on “spring break”.
Charlie Manson may have had a point.
NJ State Police “Outraged” Over Rapper Invited to White House (Praised Fugitive Cop Killer)
Posted on 05/10/2011 6:30:04 PM PDT by kristinn
The invitation of rapper Common to a White House this week is drawing the ire of the union representing New Jersey state police... the outrage centers on a song by Common about Assata Shakur, formerly known as Joanne Chesimard, who was convicted for the 1973 slaying of Trooper Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike.
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