Earlier this week, “People of color” students of Evergreen college hosted a “Day of absence” protest, where they demanded that all white students and teachers leave the school premises. One white professor defied and opposed this idea, so, to show their disapproval, the students demanded his expulsion. The school administration decided to host a meeting between the students and faculty to resolve their differences, but the students weren’t having any of it. At the meeting, the students hurled insults and abuse at their teachers, shouting phrases like “racist white teachers”, “white-ass administrators” and “black power!” – luckily, someone recorded the whole thing and posted it online.
The video spread like wild fire, making its way through Facebook, twitter, and almost everywhere else. The students are now demanding that all traces of the video should be deleted from the Internet, or they’re going to file criminal charges against whoever “stole” it from them. I AM NOT MAKING THIS UP.
In their statement, the students say the video was stolen by “white supremacists” and was heavily edited to ridicule them (It wasn’t). They are also threatening to take legal action against whoever stole the video. Here is their full statement:
“We demand that the video created for Day of Absence and Day of Presence that was stolen by white supremacists and edited to expose and ridicule the students and staff be taken down by the administration by this Friday.”
Based on conversations with the Attorney General’s office, the most likely course of action requires an investigation. We commit to launching an extensive forensic investigation of the theft of this video and to determining who stole it from the student. If that investigation yields a suspect, we will seek criminal charges against the individual in consultation with the Attorney General.
After watching just a few seconds of the video, it becomes abundantly clear why they want it removed – The video exposes them for what they are; Bullies.
Here are just a few highlights from the video:
I didn’t know it was possible to steal videos that were publicly posted on Youtube and Facebook but, now that I do know, I will go to the nearest police station and turn myself in. It was nice knowing you all and please like/share/subscribe so I can build some rep before I go to prison.
Share the shit out of this video: