Whoa! There are No Protests like University of California Protests! By Charles Taylor (Florida)

The pro-Palestinian protests across the university campuses of the West have been tolerated for a while, but in some places, such as in Australia, the tent cities of the kiddies have been shut down with university authorities citing reasons, such as damage to lawns from tents killing off grass. Yes, that tents would kill off grass was entirely unknown to organisations having biology and botany departments, but here you go. Anyway, students protesting at the University of California Berkeley, which was a hot spot for this sort of thing in the 1960s, got down and busy, according to "student intifada," on the San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center website. In the post the radical Leftist wrote that students at the University of California Los Angeles "were attacked" and in response, anti-Israel protesters "retaliated" by setting off a firebomb on the side of Koshland Hall. Isn't that different universities? Here is what further was said:

"Not sure what building it even was," the group said. "Honestly don't really care. Every single building on the UC Berkeley campus deserves to be incinerated following the UC system's treatment of student protestors. Last night they attacked a young woman student who was speaking her mind on a megaphone. So we unloaded a firebomb on the side of a campus building. The flame was big and spread across the trees and bushes on the side of a building."

As long as there are universities with bs Arts departments and social justice nonsense, we are going to get this sort of stuff.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2024/06/15/pro-palestinian-protesters-reportedly-firebombed-a-building-at-university-of-california/

"Pro-Palestinian protesters reportedly firebombed "the side of a building" on the University of California Berkeley (UCB) campus and claimed that students had been "attacked" on another campus.

In a post on Instagram on Thursday, Palestine Action in the United States shared a post from an anonymous user who claimed responsibility for firebombing the side of Koshland Hall, a building at UCB that houses "labs from the Department of Molecular & Cell Biology."

The post included a screenshot of a notice that had been written by an author, "student intifada," on the San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center website. In the post the author wrote that students at the University of California Los Angeles "were attacked" and in response, anti-Israel protesters "retaliated" by setting off a firebomb on the side of Koshland Hall.

Not sure what building it even was," the group added. "Honestly don't really care. Every single building on the UC Berkeley campus deserves to be incinerated following the UC system's treatment of student protestors. Last night they attacked a young woman student who was speaking her mind on a megaphone. So we unloaded a firebomb on the side of a campus building. The flame was big and spread across the trees and bushes on the side of a building."

Officers from the University of California Police Department (UCPD) began an investigation regarding the alleged use of arson at UCB's campus, according to Kron4 News.

The Jerusalem Post noted that the post from the "student intifada" author mentioned that a "student with a megaphone" was attacked. However, Students for Justice in Palestine at UCLA (SJP UCLA) reportedly confirmed that she had been "later released."

The manifesto referred to a Students for Justice in Palestine UCLA student with a megaphonne who had been seized by police, but later released, according to SJP UCLA.

Both SJP UCLA and the UCPD reportedly stated that "anti-Israel activists had attempted" to re-establish an anti-Israel encampment at UCLA.

"They attempted twice, each time being dispersed by police for restricting public movement and disturbing nearby exams, before police and protesters finally clashed," the outlet reported. "UCLA Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Safety Rick Braziel said in a statement Tuesday that some students had missed finals because of the encampments, and others had to be moved mid-examination." 

 

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