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Over the last 72 hours, students have taken over a small liberal arts college in Washington state, and only one adult has tried to stop them.
Students at Evergreen State College in Olympia, who filmed their exploits and posted the videos on social media, have occupied and barricaded the library, shouting down anyone who disagrees with them or shows insufficient passion for racial justice.
Biology professor Bret Weinstein was berated by dozens of students outside of his classroom Tuesday morning for refusing to participate in an event in which white people were invited to leave campus for a day. Now, he says police have told him to hold his classes off campus due to safety concerns.
Things are “out of control at Evergreen,” he said.
“Police told me protesters stopped cars yesterday, demanding information about occupants,” Mr. Weinstein told The Washington Times. “They believe I was being sought. It appears that the campus has been under the effective control of protesters since 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. Police are on lockdown, hamstrung by the college administration. Students, staff and faculty are not safe.”
A spokesman for the Evergreen Department of Police Services confirmed the agency had been in contact with Mr. Weinstein. He said officers would be in touch with The Times, but three subsequent phone calls during business hours were not answered.
A college spokesman declined to comment on Mr. Weinstein’s situation or any of the other activity on campus.
“As far as Bret being told not to hold classes on campus, I would love to know if that’s true,” said Mr. Vincent, who has been posting videos of the protests to his Facebook account, adding that the professor was “never physically threatened.”
Mr. Weinstein was confronted outside of his classroom Tuesday morning by dozens of students who demanded he apologize or resign for writing an allegedly racist email.
His email took issue with a “Day of Absence & Day of Presence” demonstration, for which white students, faculty and staff were asked to leave campus for one day.
He wrote: “On a college campus, one’s right to speak — or to be — should never be based on skin color.”
When the professor tells the students he will listen to them if they listen to him, one student responds, “We don’t care what terms you want to speak on. This is not about you. We are not speaking on terms — on terms of white privilege. This is not a discussion. You have lost that one.”
Another protester asks the professor whether he believes “black students in sciences are targeted.”
After asking for a clarification, Mr. Weinstein says, “I do not believe that anybody on our faculty, with intent, specially targets students of color.”
That remark prompts shrieks of outrage.
Eric Weinstein, the professor’s brother, called the exchange ironic due to his brother’s “center-left” political views and staunch anti-racism.
“If you had asked me who is one of racism’s most powerful foes, I would have said Bret Weinstein,” Eric Weinstein told The Times. “There’s something sort of ‘Twilight Zone’ about one of the most thoughtful commentators on race, at one of the most progressive schools in the country, getting called a racist.”
“The students, fearful for their lives, began retreating towards the library and ultimately ended up in the Trans & Queer Center/Unity Lounge, trying to stay safe,” Mr. Vincent said in a Facebook post Tuesday. “The white students were then delegated to spread out throughout the library floor and watch for police potentially surrounding the building.”
In order to keep the police out, the students barricaded the entrances of the library and seamlessly turned the retreat into a political occupation. Demands followed.
At a meeting between the administration and students later that day, university President George S. Bridges said no students would be punished for their involvement in the demonstrations, even before an investigation into the matter.
“First and foremost, I want to state that there will be, as far as I know, no charges filed against any students involved in actions that occurred this morning,” Mr. Bridges said. “We will be conducting a major review, an investigation of all that occurred and will be reporting back to you, the campus community, about exactly what happened, why it happened and what we intend to do about the incident — not the incident, excuse me, the actions that were taken, both students, staff and faculty involved.”
On Wednesday, students crashed a faculty meeting that was planned to, among other things, honor professors nominated for emeritus status. Families of the honorees were in attendance.
A member of the faculty interrupted the proceedings shortly after they began and invited the students to the front of the room to share their stories.
“I’m sorry, but I really appreciate you faculty, but students are here right now,” the professor said. “Why do we need to — I mean, I appreciate celebrating our accolades and how much we’ve done for the college, but they’re here. Like, we need to listen to their voice. They are out there, their bodies are on the line, right?”
When they got to the front of the room, the students condemned the faculty for eating cake rather than supporting the library occupiers.
“Didn’t you educate us on how to do s—t like this?” one student said. “It was you that taught us that in class. Right, though? You taught us to go and change the world. Ain’t that what you all sell on that state college page? To when s—t is wrong that we should try to change it? So why you all in here eating cake and chewing?”
Philippine President Duterte declared martial law on Marawi, Mindanao after attacks by Muslim militants who claim affiliation with ISIS, resulting in 44 deaths.
The Philippines is mostly a Catholic country with a population of 100-million people, and Muslims are a small minority. The rebels claim ties with ISIS, but Muslim separatists have been battling the government for many years. Philippine officials and the military don’t believe the terror group has any actual foothold in the country but is capitalizing on ISIS’ ruthless reputation to win influence and push ahead its own agenda of a separate Islamic state.
An article from The Last American Vagabond revealed that the takeover by Daesh, also known as ISIS, came hours after President Duterte gave an interview with RT in which he criticized the US and said that the CIA wants to destabilize his country. While Duterte is friendly with Trump, he says that Congress, the State Department, and other US agencies are not supporting his fight against terrorism. The US quashed an arms deal with Duterte, and so now he is seeking alliances and weapons from China and Russia.
Duterte expressed concern that the CIA could assassinate him as he seeks closer ties with Russia and China.
Duterte claims that most of the active Daesh/ ISIS militants are foreigners and describes them as “Caucasian-looking” from the Middle East.
The US has used ISIS to meddle in Syria and may be using this model to overthrow Duterte. The US will likely use Daesh/ ISIS justification for increasing its military presence in the Philippines and thwart its relationships with China and Russia.
CNN published an article in August 2016 in which Duterte expressed concern that white Arabs who use communist tactics would spread the “disease of ISIS”. He said that unarmed white ‘missionaries’, whom he supposed were Arabs, came to Mindanao for indoctrination purposes. He compared the missionaries to communists who seek to influence public opinion and then bring in their political officers to convert this influence into state power.