Skip to comments.Univ of CA student gov accuses Israel of ‘institutionalized violence’ & ‘human rights abuse’
Posted on 11/16/2012 1:53:52 PM PST by oliverdarcy
Cheers erupted Tuesday evening at the University of California Irvine (UCI) as the schools student senate passed a resolution, 16-0, accusing Israel of human rights abuse and institutionalized structural violence against the Palestinian people.
The resolution was passed just hours before Israeli warplanes began an air offensive on Wednesday against Hamas terrorist infrastructure in the Gaza strip in retribution for sustained attacks rocket attacks on Israeli civilian populations.
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Their probable anti-Semitism aside, the only way to make these morons "get it" is to treat them as the so-called Palestinians treat the Israelis. Walk past them and suddenly and violently attack them, beating them within an inch of their lives. Or do the ghetto perfected "knockout" game against them.
A great many of our American college kids, like our media professionals, our academics, and our entertainers, are utter and insufferable assh*les.
Bunch of coddled no-nothings.
If somehow millions of Jews marched the streets and screamed every time Israel was attacked, the PR battle might go the other way; but they’re too dignified to do that.
well they just devalued a UC diploma to the equivelent of toilet paper to any person with common sense and an IQ over room temperature...their odds of gainful employment are reduced to shoveling $hit or politics
You really got to wonder about the Democrats , John F.Kennedy & his brother Bobby SAINTS of the party were murdered by a communist & a “Palestinian” terrorist & now the communists & Palestinian terrorists are held up as examples for good Democrats to emulate.
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