Skip to comments.Ripon College Admin Censors 9/11 History to Prevent Hurt Feelings
Posted on 08/30/2018 7:20:19 PM PDT by antidemoncrat
Administrators have banned a 9/11 memorial at the Wisconsin college because Muslims might feel bad and get singled out and/or harassed. Young Americas Foundation which puts up the memorial each year said the administration cited bias reports.
They are not allowed to put up a 9/11 memorial or any memorial for a victim of radical Islamic terrorism.
(Excerpt) Read more at independentsentinel.com ...
Whats the matter with the administrators of Ripon College that they associate 9/11 with Muslims?
Increasing numbers of “higher learning” institutions are giving out degrees not worth the paper they are printed on...looks like this is another one if this is the caliber of intelligence of the administration of this place that is “teaching” students.
Typical islamic cowardice all around.
I think context, time and place have a part in all decisions. Not sure how much a 9/11 memorial, especially a temporary one, has at a college in Madison. I think the projection by administrators how they’d view such a thing is as much of a problem, as yet again liberals project how they would react to someone they did not fully agree with with their claims of harassment or hurt feelings.
So long as administrators hold to their slanderous characterizations of those who might remember the victims of the 9/11 attack, I have to support the right of students to put up the memorial. As always, liberals love to keep talking to expose their biased viewpoints.
I would vote for chopped heads. I think it would clear up their problems.
. . .Under his leadership, the campus has made significant strides in the areas of sustainability and diversity and inclusion and promoting economic development in downtown Ripon. In 2017, he led a campaign in Fond du Lac County to bring together the educational and business community to support a more diverse community. . .While at Ripon, Messittes opinion editorials have been published in the nations top 20 newspapers and have covered topics pertaining to the cost of higher education, NCAA Division III student-athletes, Spiro Agnew, the CIA and promoting civil discourse. . .The author and editor of numerous articles and books, he is the co-author of a forthcoming book about former Vice President Spiro Agnew and the Republican Party with the University of Virginia Press. . .Messitte was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil while his parents were working in the Peace Corps, and grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland. . .Prior to entering academia, he worked for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the United Nations and the Cable News Network (CNN).
“The Islamic cancer continues to eat away at this Republic.”
You mean, the COMMUNIST cancer.
These jackasses want communism to take over, and anything that will put down American capitalism is welcomed while the American side of the issue is painted as the “cruel” part.
.....”because Muslims might feel bad”......
Nah.....the college doesn’t want law suites which the college officials know muslims are taught to do and quick to do. All part of the Islamic agenda in the Jihad Quest for America.
It’s terrorism which always breeds ‘fear’
Civil disobedience is called for here. Put it up anyway. Remembering historical events is a civil right, the freedom of association.
INCLUSION of muslims is like taking prison
When they chop off your head, you won’t have any feelings.
If it offends or embarrasses them they should convert to another religion.
Back when I went to school there we were called the “Redmen”.
They might as well call themselves the “Jihadists” now.
muslims love their eunuchs - these ‘adminstrator’ has already done the necessary work and is ready to bend over to their new masters
islam is not compatible with the Constitution. It is not a religion. It is a war plan. As such, it should be banned in this country.
I can see their point. The custom paneling is cost prohibitive.
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