College Students Told to Report ‘Hurtful Statements’ to Campus Authorities

Samantha Audia, College Fix, May 12, 2015

If someone says anything mean-spirited at the University of Colorado Boulder–campus administrators want to know about it. Not only that–they want to know the offender’s name, age, email address and more.

University of Colorado-Boulder has launched a new campaign encouraging students to report any “bias” they come across to campus authorities, who collect details including offenders’ names, birthdays, genders–even social security numbers–along with a description of the “incident.”

The “Bias Incident Reporting” effort aims to “address the impact of demeaning and hurtful statements as well as acts of intolerance directed towards protected classes,” CU Boulder’s website states.

Examples of bias, according to a corresponding poster campaign highlighting the reporting system, include calling people names or making fun of their culture.

“This in no way is meant to curtail free speech,” campus spokesman Ryan Huff told The College Fix in an email. {snip}

Students who perceive or witness “bias-motivated incidents” are asked to report them immediately by filing a “student of concern” report.

The online submission form prompts students for the name, birthday, gender, phone number, and e-mail of any involved person. The form gives the reporter space to provide the ID number of students implicated in the incident. However, should those involved not be students, drivers’ license numbers or social security numbers are suggested substitutes.

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The diversity commission of CU Boulder’s student government launched the Bias Motivated Incident poster campaign in late April, marked by a slew of posters hung up around campus.

One poster reads, “Go back to Africa, you don’t belong here.” Another says, “Your mom must be the janitor ‘cause that’s the only job for dirty Mexicans.” The student government claims both statements, along with others used on various posters, originated from real incidents of bias that have occurred on campus.

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Chancellor DeStefano maintains that those behind the campaign only “want to track the frequency of violent and non-violent BMI’s to be able to respond to victims with support, as well as gain an accurate sense of the disruptive actions and attitudes that affect our campus climate so that we can refine strategies to improve that climate.”

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  • WR_the_realist

    Universities have entire departments whose job is to defame straight white men.

    • Chip Carver

      Nothing is considered hurtful to Whites, especially straight White males.

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      From a White privilege conference and an anti-White course at ASU:

      • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

        The problem has never been white! The real problem is the TAXPAYERS are not running everything. If the loony left would spend there time on being a taxpayer they, would forget their on crap!

      • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

        In a just, fair society, those subversives would receive the fate of all traitors.

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          We will never be defeated as hard as our enemies may try.

          I’m convinced the good guys (us) will win in the end – they we’ll go after those who have done this to us.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            I fervently hope and pray you’re right.

    • Augustus3709

      And they’re hugely subsidized by taxpayers. It’s the definition of corruption.

    • Light from the East

      The article reminds me a case about the appropriate punishment for different kinds of crimes. Person A committed minor crime and person B committed major crime. Both are punished the same amount of sentences. Then for person A or others, there is no need to doing minor crime but to do major crime since the risk of being arrested and punished is the same but the result and reward is different.

      The same logic applies here. If someone just tell the truth like “entering the US illegally”, “giving birth before the age of 18”, “law-breaking criminals”, etc, it is not even the crime before it is simply the well-founded fact. Therefore, the situation will only worsen since people cannot speak the truth and for those who are not allowed to speak, they will attack those minority directly without even speaking a word since the punishment is the same.

  • dd121

    Now everything must be filtered through the Bureau of Political Correctness?

    • Yancy Derringer

      Yes, and a university’s “Director of Diversity” has to find something to do to earn her keep. Like looking under every rock for the slightest indication of some microagression and building a major campaign around it.

      Chances are very high that this school’s “Diversity Commission” made those posters themselves.

      If I’m a white student at the University of Colorado – Boulder, I’m going to keep my distance from minorities, lest something I say gets twisted and I get reported. Who needs such anxieties? Score a point for self-segregation because of hypereactionary programs like this one.

      • Duke56

        “Keeping your distance” from minorities is certainly some form of ‘micro-aggression’, and possibly a felony. The only acceptable behavior around minorities is to immediately drop your trousers and place your chin on the ground.

        • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

          That was good. Makes me think of a movie where this old boy says “U SURE GOT A PRETTY MOUTH”.

    • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

      Let’s defund that program NOW?

  • MekongDelta69

    Gee Beav – I hope nobody on AmRen says anything ‘hurtful’ about me. I’d have to run crying to the Moderator and my departed Mommy if somebody did.

    This in no way is meant to curtail free speech…

    What cogent response could you give to a mental case like this (and the millions just like him)?
    How could he possibly understand the lunacy of what he just said?

    • model1911

      I think your ‘name’ might be a ‘trigger’ or a ‘micro-aggression’, you know being military and all that. Tha madness is everywhere. God help this country.

  • Alexandra1973

    I guess it would be hurtful to point out a few things about my (former) next-door neighbor, who has a black boyfriend or whatever:

    1. Our complex is being remodeled. One of the contractors told me that her apartment was such a mess, they could not get to the kitchen to get the remodeling done. Never mind that we’re given 24-hour notices. I saw the property manager go in with HER boss!

    2. This is the same neighbor who, when moving out with said black guy, left a couple recliners out on the lawn–with a microwave sitting on one of them. And there was a thunderstorm. I saw the maintenance guy tote them to the dumpsters.

    3. I noticed that the blinds in the front window (put in a few months ago) were trashed and broken. And that the screen is torn halfway out of the storm door–which was put in only a few months ago.

    4. I’m glad they’re gone!

    • Alexandra1973

      I’ve got to add something else…our parking lots were supposed to be resurfaced Monday morning, so everyone moved their vehicles. They didn’t show up.

      They showed up this afternoon–maybe two white guys, the rest blacks. Mostly they were shucking and jiving. Then I’m trying to come down the street, one of them stops one of those little steamrollers right in the road, so I had to go around it. Then another one’s using a blower to clear gravel off the road in front of me and taking his sweet time about it.

      They had blacks out there last fall creating a sidewalk to the mailboxes. A couple weeks ago it was replaced. Wonder why?

      • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

        They always do that! My mother used to always comment on it, said they do it “to piss off whitey”.

        • Alexandra1973

          That’s okay, they pull that nonsense again and I’ll just call up the construction company and complain.

          It’s so disorganized…they don’t block off the road or anything, you have to guess at whether you have room to get through or not.

          We had no idea they were coming today. And wouldn’t you know it, the complex office is closed until Monday.

          • InAFreeCountry

            It won’t matter.

      • A Freespeechzone

        This is besides the point—but, can you imagine how lazy they were as slaves on the plantation?

        I’m sure that’s offensive….am I going to be reported?

        Actually don’t care if I am….

        • Yeah, the masters were mostly the nicer White Southerners and life was actually pretty good for the “slaves.”

          • Groovy

            One the reasons George Washington hated slavery was because it didn’t make economic sense. He figured free labor would produce more at less cost. You had to feed, clothe, house and doctor the slaves whereas free labor would do those things at their own expense. Also the production of the slaves was never as much as free white labor.

        • Alexandra1973

          Well, that’s why Whites were crackin’ the whip.

          • Petronius

            Actually on many plantations the overseers were fellow slaves … those who had earned respect through past service and who ranked a few notches higher on the bell curve.

    • WR_the_realist

      Yup, those black guys definitely get the cream of the white race.

    • Tarczan

      While we’re complaining, this is a good spot to report that Cleveland Metroparks has officially given in to the darkies of Cleveland and assigned five lifeguards to a beach they said they would never allow swimming on. They also assigned monitors to keep the darkies at bay. As soon as Metroparks removed all the trash from the beaches the darkies decided they would go swimming on the nice clean beaches; and three or four promptly drowned. The predictable protests ensued, and Metroparks said no swimming.

      To refresh your memory, last year the new manager of Cleveland Metroparks (it covers all of Cuyahoga county and some of Medina County) rammed through a 50% tax increase to pay for his kindhearted takeover of former City of Cleveland parks. the city gave them to the State of Ohio after they couldn’t handle them. Ohio Parks kept at it for 20 years and the parks were a disaster, the only Ohio parks where the rangers carried weapons. Somehow Ohio convinced this fool it would make the darkies feel good if they had nice parks. We’ll see if they have enough money to pay for nice parks for darkies. I know one thing for sure, the rangers normally patrolled the suburban parks at about a 45 minute cycle schedule, you are lucky to see one every two or three hours now. They are busy trying to keep the darkies from killing each other.

  • DonReynolds

    Just imagine…..trying to report those hurtful speakers who will not provide their social security number or drivers license number or student number to some Buttinsky or NoseyParker who wants to report them…..for something they overheard….sorta…..I think.
    Of course, those reported will have the benefit of a fair and impartial hearing, know the evidence against them, including the identity of their accuser, and be allowed to challenge the evidence and make a statement in their own defense?????
    I am “sure” of it.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      I can’t even imagine. It’s too ludicrous!

      • Lexonaut

        My grandson just graduated from there as a mechanical engineer. He’s never made any mention of this stuff so it can’t be too bad.

        • John Smith

          Probably because he was engrossed in a field where people had more important things to do than be offended. Additionally, you won’t find many blacks or Hispanics in STEM subjects, just Asians, who don’t seem that sensitive or really do much that offends race realists enough to comment.

          • Michael Robert Ryan

            I am pursuing a STEM degree at my local community college and just completed my trigonometry class. Trig is the first math class that’s STEM-only; all the lower level math classes are general education requirements that have to be taken by all students, even if they’re majoring in ethnic studies or other such nonsense. The difference in the maturity level between trig and the lower-level math classes I had to take is like the difference between night and day. I’m not out of the woods yet, though. I still have to take a lot of other gen ed requirements that will be polluted by these idiots. I’m dreading it. I’d rather have a root canal than deal with those immature idiots anymore.

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          I hope so, but do you think he tells you everything? Maybe he doesn’t want to upset you? But supposedly it’s not so bad in engineering and other real, useful degree fields. It seems to be centered around gender studies and social workers. Congrats to your grandson!

          • Lexonaut

            He’s really lucky. He started work at Cobe Labs on Monday as a paid intern. They will make a decision in August about which interns, if any, to take on full time. He’s a sensible hard worker and if they pick only one it will be him. A lot of his classmates have nothing in hand.

      • carriewhite64

        In my circle of friends and family it is still considered shameful to be a tattletale.

    • Yeah, if they said to me, “John R, that was offensive; I want your address and social security…” My reply would be a big loud, “GO TO HELL!”

      • John Smith

        And a punch if they didn’t back off….

    • Petronius

      “and be allowed to challenge the evidence….”

      That reminds me. Have lawyers for the Baltimore cops been allowed to look at the knife yet?

  • TheCogitator

    Nothing will be spared to track down and punish anyone who says something hurt the feelings of a black. Little to no effort to deal with blacks who assault and rape whites.

    • DonReynolds

      Not just blacks…..this applies to everyone and anyone who is not a straight, white, male (non-Hispanic).
      We all know who the target of this is.

      • TheCogitator

        You’re right. It is open season on white, heterosexual, able-bodied, males WHAMs.

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          Well when are they going to start fighting back?? This world gets sicker and more pathetic by the second.

          • Cheri Rodriguez

            One can always set up a Twitter account and tweet the home addresses, phone numbers, pictures, arrest records, divorce records, etc., of college officials who promote this.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            YES! Fantastic idea! These people need a taste of their own medicine.

          • IstvanIN

            I thought twitter had a 20 word limit?????????

          • John Smith

            Keep tweeting until you get the whole message out.

          • Cheri Rodriguez

            Twitter is just one avenue. There’s a whole wide world of Internet out there…

          • John Smith

            Just like gun rights advocates did when newspapers around the country published CCW holder names and addresses, reciprocating with editor, journalist and board member pictures, names, addresses and those of family members, including children’s school info. Be devious and go after their families too when they put yours at risk, or your freedom.

  • Steve_in_Vermont

    I can see it now. An “offended” person asks to see the “offenders” drivers license and asks for their SS #. Why not just make all these folks “Junior Deputies” and give them tin badges, like the ones found in cereal boxes back in the 50’s. We’re preparing these folks well for the real world, in which offensive behavior can be the norm. Only in this (real) world they won’t have a form to fill out or a committee to report it to.

    • Yeah, the Leftist version of the Hitler Youth.

      • Sick of it

        Technically, the Hitler Youth were taught to be normal, healthy children. You may disagree with national socialism (and I would on religious grounds), but they did not try to turn the kids into whores and ladyboys.

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          They were created to undo the damage of the Weimar Republic, which was nothing but whores and ladyboys.

  • And they will also monitor anything blacks say against Whites, right? Oh, that’s right: Its only directed toward, “protected classes” and I have the sneaking suspicion that does not include straight White Christian males. Just a guess.

    • John Smith

      Whites should flood the system with complaints to implode it.

      • Howard W. Campbell

        That is an Ailinsky tactic, but it works like a charm.

  • Petronius

    Poor little buttercups. The have such delicate egos.

    • InAFreeCountry

      The delicate snowflake can’t take any heat.

  • LHathaway

    “University of Colorado-Boulder has launched a new campaign encouraging students to report any “bias””

    That’s too funny! Their University exists to perpetuate bias.

  • Caucasoid88

    I gave a submission about a subject of concern: Jamal Jackson.

    “I was taking out the trash the other day and he walked right by me and called me a “honkey.” I was flabbergasted and outright offended.”

    This actually happened to me a while ago.

    • Alexandra1973

      I would have said “Thank you” if anything at all. LOL

      • Caucasoid88

        I just said, “Heh,” and walked inside and went on AmRen.

        • USofAntiWhite

          I would have looked him square in the eye and dropped an N bomb on him, with a grin on my face.

          • John Smith

            Do what my mother did once and tell them to “go back to the projects, where you belong.”

          • Michael Robert Ryan

            I tried that once. It resulted in me having to draw my CCW and almost shoot two of them, after they had severely mauled me. And it very was fortunate that I didn’t have to shoot them because then I would have then found myself in an even worse position that George Zimmerman, because I really am racist, really am a white man, and I even used the N-word.

            I understand your consternation about the double standards in play, but dropping the N-bomb is generally way more trouble than it;s worth. Take it from one who knows.

          • USofAntiWhite

            Oh I know. I’ve been there too but I will not be defeated by PC. I would’ve shot them both dead before two primates mauled me. Why carry if you are afraid to use it, even when being mauled by two Blacks is imminent? I’d rather be judged by 12 then buried by 6.

          • A Freespeechzone

            I shoot in self-defense; If I got convicted; I wouldn’t care–nor have any remorse.

    • InAFreeCountry

      How dare you be offended, you hunkey, pinky cracker!

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    ‘This in no way is meant to curtail free speech,’ campus spokesman Ryan Huff told The College Fix in an email.

    The First Amendment was written to protect us from fools like Ryan Huff.

    The Second Amendment was written to deal with fools like Ryan Huff.

    • InAFreeCountry

      The Constitution is just a piece of paper. The 2nd Amendment gives it steel.

      • John Smith

        You get only those rights you can defend.

    • A Freespeechzone

      Time for a a lawsuit; use the same tactics as liberals.

  • Diana Moon Glampers

    “Protected classes”. So everyone except white males, and also excluding white females if the offended party is non-white.

    As a wife and mother to the truly endangered species, intelligent white males, this relentless attack gets more and more worrisome. How to protect my men?

    • USofAntiWhite

      Tell all your White female friends and family to stop voting for anti-White leftists and Democrats. White women tend to be the biggest bleeding hearts.

      • John Smith

        Like those Indianapolis women who were gang-raped by negroes during their home invasion and want to turn the other cheek.

      • Diana Moon Glampers

        That’s true. I have no friends or family who would vote that way, or if they do they probably wouldn’t tell me, as my views are well known to anyone who spends time with me.

  • pennawhytmn

    I am encouraged by the insensitive, inflammatory posters that were hung by observant students. I am trying to tell all the pessimistic realists that the Left and their “protected classes” are starting to go to far and intelligent people are waking up. And one thing we can count on is the socialist egalitarian Left will continue to be one more and more absurd. No “victory” will ever be enough for them. They are perpetual antagonists and social justice warriors. It is all they know and exist for. And it is slowly beginning to come back to bite them. And their pet people? Well we ALL KNOW that their behavior can only grow increasingly worse until even the most “tolerant” white person changes his or her beliefs.

    • John Smith

      Actually, those posters are agitprop by the Marxists themselves, but it would be funny if race realist students co-opted them and hung them out to display their true sentiments under the guise of “anti-bias” at places where minorities are sure to notice and be in a majority, particularly around the so-called “safe spaces.”

  • MBlanc46

    Stalinist thuggery.

  • TL2014

    How is this not meant to curtail free speech?

    This is like the “anonimka” notes from the former USSR. Workers wrote anonymous notes to denounce people they didnt Iike.

    Unbelievable.

    Unbelievable.

    • dukem1

      Or the East German .Stasis…A system where neighbors were encouraged to spy and report on neighbors…which makes me think of our dear leaders current Cuban initiative..they had the same deal down there…
      I wonder,when the Castros are dead and gone, and the citizens regain some semblance of freedom, what it will be like when the score-settling begins.
      I’m thinking of the former Yugoslavia…it ain’t gonna be pretty.

  • Arthur Wilton

    Much of the problem is actually beyond the control of university administrators. We 1) Make hurt feelings into grounds for predatory lawsuits. Unlike most lawsuits there is no need to prove any real damage done, 2) Delegate the job of policing speech to universities, which are not judicial institutions and do not have judicial expertise. In many cases, they write their own enforcement policies, 3) We expose universities to enormous civil liability if they are not harsh enough on offenders. Failing to punish each of three offenders who have each transgressed only once, constitutes tolerating a pattern of abuse. As a result we have engendered a class of predatory lawyers who are rich enough to constantly push the boundary of what is considered unacceptable.

    We should recognize that no institution can mediate fairly between two contending parties when its motive for acting in the first place is fear of intolerable financial punishment inflicted by or on behalf of one of them. This is one reason that an unsuccessful litigant cannot sue a lower court, if a higher court reverses the lower court’s decision

    If we really need verbal harassment policies at universities, we hear should cases either in the courts or at an administrative board whose actions can be reviewed by the courts. In other words, we should insist on the due process that the Constitution guarantees us. And, equally important, we should remove the financial incentive to complain.

    • IstvanIN

      And the (usually falsely) accused should have a university paid attorney, of his choosing, for his defense.

  • InAFreeCountry

    As White people, especially White men, we have already lost the right to free speech. Not necessarily by the government, but by every other institution.

  • Augustus3709

    Just keep forging ahead. They went from “civil unions” to “gay marriage” in 10 years. Just keep going and whoever wants it more will win.

  • Augustus3709

    1965: Hey Whites, we’re just like you, we’re here to integrate, just give us a chance!

    2015: Hey Whites, you don’t speak unless spoken to, understand?

    • Zimriel

      All of this was foreseen. Black knew it; the Leftists knew it; and, really, the whites knew it. The only people who didn’t know it were Minnesota Nice naifs living far away from it all.

  • Augustus3709

    It all comes down to the enemy who stirs the wrong emotions through the main stream media.

    Nobody has done more to help other races than White people, yet because of nonstop, professional hate-propaganda, White people are treated like scum, whose “lives don’t matter.” It’s sick. There must be consequences.

  • humura

    I’m so happy to note that this is not meant to infringe on free speech. They simply want the name, address, age, etc. of the alleged perp only for statistical purposes. Like Atty Gen Holder wanted people to speak up about race issues, and Chairman Mao wanted the Chinese to express their many ideas on the nation – a thousand flowers to bloom. But if you spoke up in Mao’s China you would be punished, and in Holder’s America, you might lose your job. And in Colorado?

  • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

    Americas greatest weakness is diveristy!

    • Lexonaut

      No offense but it may be spelling. Use your time machine to fix the d-word. 🙂

      • John Smith

        Once someone replies, it appears that you can’t edit, at least IME.

        • Lexonaut

          I’ve not had any problems. Perhaps the page image is stuck in the browser cache.

      • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

        I misspell and poke fun words because I HATE them! I will say I’m sorry because words like diversity,tolerance, and quotas were words never used. It may have been the loony left that fast tracked these words. I’m guessing ur a white male? Do U see anything wrong with telling anyone to shut their mouth an load their weapon? If you agree? Then your part of the 60 million white males that would prefer to die than put up with the PC crowd. “The only good liberal is a dead one! Last year their were more white males raped than white females by the sub-human

        • Lexonaut

          Geez. I was making a harmless joke. I didn’t mean to trigger a lecture on why you’re a wonderful person and I’m a coward.

          • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

            I misread your statement at me. And I apologize! I never meant to single U out. I guess I need to take a nap. I do take this crap to heart. And I really wish for a smaller government and a flat fair tax for everyone and every company in America. Again I’m sorry for getting to blunt.

          • Lexonaut

            No worries. We’re all guilty of speedreading while tired now and then.

          • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

            Your a smart person it’s been fifty years since I took a speed reading class. I also took some profiling classes and U?

          • Lexonaut

            I had a movie speed reading course in … probably early 57 when I was in eighth grade. When the course was finished I was reading at 1200 wpm though of course it fall back from there.

            What’s a profiling class?

          • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

            For me it was a private thing that companies and certain groups did or may still do. For me I profiled like someone or a group that prejudged people good and bad. I’m very big on the fourth amendment. When the profiler gets profiled they are usually breaking laws for our government! Like they want the law but want to live above it. Sometimes lawyers use things like race to make millions. Or if you or I tell the government a lie it’s a felony, if our government lies to us it’s politics. My grandfather served in WW1. He was killed at the mine in 1930. Both of his sons were in WW2 my dad only had one lung when he returned. His brother my uncle could not produce after being wounded..I think if my dad had not married a 19 year old and him 34 there may have not been ANY children. So I was the last male and I only have one son. I was drafted but was sent home. Hope your having a good evening.

  • Lexonaut

    “Examples of bias, according to a corresponding poster campaign highlighting the reporting system, include calling people names or making fun of their culture.“This in no way is meant to curtail free speech,” campus spokesman Ryan Huff told The College Fix in an email.”

    In other news, the Red Queen reported believing in twelve impossible things before breakfast this morning. Faculty spox D. Lusion commended her for being inclusive yet not cis-normative … or something..

  • John Smith

    I’m sorry, but those folks are gullible if they think those sentiments still apply. I’d be proud not to feed the beast that will be used to oppress me and mine in the near future.

    • Alexandra1973

      Exactly. The military is not fighting for our freedom in whatever Middle Eastern sandtrap they’re in. They didn’t fight for it in Vietnam–that was just an Inquisition and those guys were no threat to us.

      As for our military–their heart is in the right place, I’ll give them that, but sad to say they’re fighting for someone else’s agenda. While they’re off fighting dudes with towels on their heads–ostensibly for our freedom–the traitors in the District of Criminals are busy at work, stripping us of our freedoms.

      How much sense does that make?

      And to top it off, our military isn’t much more than cannon fodder, they get used up, then kicked to the curb.

  • John Smith

    Credit check, large deposits and reference requirements will usually keep them out.

    • Alexandra1973

      IIRC they’re already whining about “disparate impact” when it comes to that.

  • John Smith

    A lot of the rapes were actually by lower-status white hired hands, IIRC.

  • EuropeanIdentity33

    “One poster reads, “Go back to Africa, you don’t belong here.” Another says, “Your mom must be the janitor ‘cause that’s the only job for dirty Mexicans.”
    Can you say Reichstag Fire ploy? I bet the Student Stasi..errr sorry I mean government put up those posters up themselves. Those posters sound so unoriginal and stupid that it had to be leftist clowns.

  • carriewhite64

    I’ve been a landlord for years, and it took me years to figure the ins and outs of this game. Other landlords are great sources of help. I have had some unbelievable contacts with potential renters. One black woman told me I HAD to build ramps and railings for her mother with “the sugar diabetes” if they rented the house. I had to show the house to her, but had no intention of actually renting it to her, of course. But just her attitude that I would retrofit my house to her mamma’s needs was mind boggling.None of my properties were Section 8. One black woman threatened to call the “law” on me if I did not offer the house under Section 8. She apparently thought this was a right of tenants – to force landlords to enroll in Section 8. I had to laugh in her face and point out that she could not force me to do anything. She called me about the house for weeks afterward.The best way to handle renting a house is to not advertise, just find a tenant by word of mouth. It’s usually easier anyway.

    • Alexandra1973

      My mother is diabetic with neuropathy in her feet but I don’t think she needs ramps or railings. She has a ramp, but that was built when my dad, who had been disabled, was alive.

      And she owns her house. Dad paid it off before he died.

      • carriewhite64

        I caught a glimpse of the woman because she was sitting in her daughter’s car while we were talking. I believe obesity was her actual problem. Not saying that she did not have diabetes, but it was her weight that seemed to be her biggest disability.

    • Spoda Be

      I travel quite a bit. Wheelchair passengers get priority boarding and one trend I have noticed is that the VAST majority of people in wheelchairs are….minorities. Poor healthcare…or just another way to scam their way to the front of the line?

      • Alexandra1973

        Scarfing down KFC on a daily basis and chugging the grape drank doesn’t make one’s body function as it should.

      • carriewhite64

        I think it’s a combination. Poor SELF healthcare and entitlement mentality.

      • Libertarian67

        I travel often as well and because I live in the southeastern side of the state of MI I get to fly through wonderful Detroit Metro airport. With my mileage I get the privilege of being one of the first to board; AFTER the disabled. On many if not most occasions one or more blacks will stand near the podium and try to board early even though they have tickets to be some of the last to board. Most times the gate agent will inform them they need to wait their turn so now they claim to have a physical issue that requires early boarding.
        One in particular that sticks with me happened a few months ago when three small groups of blacks each attempted to board early. The first 2 were deflected by the gate agent but the third told her that his partner had walking problems so they were allowed to board first. As I followed them on the plane it was a miracle; the woman suddenly started walking just fine. I have reported this behavior time and again to the airline but they claim their hands are tied.
        Here in MI they now sit in the left lane on the highway and drive below the speed limit and refuse to move.

    • Michael Robert Ryan

      Believe it or not, some states actually do make it illegal to refuse section 8. It’s called “source of income discrimination.” I would imagine that this makes it much more difficult for whites to avoid the black undertow.

      • carriewhite64

        I had heard something about that. My state is not one of them. I am gradually getting out of the business, but I can assure you that if my state adopted that requirement as a state law, I would sell off immediately. Section 8 tenants in this area are nightmarish.

  • mikey7777

    “protected classes.”I remember when I was telling everyone around my town what the cop told me when I had an “incident” with one of our dark skinned “brothas” because I told him in very “colorful” language,to stay away from my daughter.And the cop told me I would be arrested and that I could not use said “colorful” language towards him and then he preceded to list all the “protected classes” african americans,africans,muslims,hindus,asians,gays you name it and then I said I don’t hear anything about christian white males,and he gave me this funny look.And all these so called neighbors of mine thought I was nuts when I told them the story.Basically this cop went even so far as to let slip out that this is a “new world ,a new order”This is what he told me.Then after he was done chastising me I said good luck with that and said to him “I feel sorry for you guys but you will be on the front lines and you will have to pick sides .I do not envy you one bit.And this was about 2 years ago and now seeing all that has happened and what has happened to all these cops and the riots and insanity I was right.

    • Alexandra1973

      I have to wonder if that cop was a Freemason or something.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      Did this happen in the US? And he really told you that you would be arrested if you used “colorful language” to keep a black away from your daughter? So you’re just supposed to allow them access to your children now? Unreal. Can you say what state this happened in?

      • mikey7777

        ct

  • carriewhite64

    Common sense solution: Quietly remove offending posters and ignore.
    Liberal solution: Make a big deal of the posters, spread the word, encourage tattletales, investigate offenders. In other words, make a mountain of a molehill.

    • GAWZ

      The posters are being put up by the so called ‘protected classes’. The burning of the Reichstag..

  • Hilis Hatki

    “Protected Classes”… Some are more equal than others.

  • Rev. Jesse B. Redneck

    I would guess a coward would not want to protest? When whites get it in there heads that they prefer to be called a racist than a coward ! THEN u will see America great again.

  • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

    Is there a way to copy those recordings and keep them? If so, we should all do it.

  • MikeofAges

    It has consumed my entire adult lifetime to come to this conclusion, but I have realized that the entire legal structure of anti-discrimination law is derived from the application of anti-trust law to group relations.

    Under anti-trust law, monopoly entities can be subject to onerous sanctions as punishment for past monopolistic practices and as means of preventing their recurrence. Under anti-discrimination law, some group are considered suscept, that is susceptible to discrimination. Some are not. Under this doctrine whites, South Asians and East Asians are considered non-suscept. All others are considered suscept to discrimination. So are people with Spanish surnames. Interestingly, Latin Americans from non-Spanish speaking countries are considered non-suscept unless they are of Black African or Indian descent. That means that someone from Brazil, although Latin American, if they are considered white, would not receive preference. Persons not of white European descent who are deemed non-suscept, meaning, largely, East Asians and South Asian, are treat however as neutral. Only whites are subject to most onerous sanctions.

    The penalties against whites are applied chiefly to people from working class, lower middle class, underclass, low income and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. Those from more advantaged backgrounds in effect “buy” their way out of the penalties by supporting affirmative action and administering the penalties wreaked upon less advantaged member of their race. Those upper middle class mavericks and conservatives who oppose affirmative action buy their way out by embracing only “allowed” forms of opposition. Opposition that is guaranteed to unavailing, that is to say. Among the upper middle class, those who disparage the system in less systematized ways are looked down upon but their complaints are treated as simple grousing. White women are treated sometimes as “suspect” and sometimes as “non-suscept” depending on the context.

    Interestingly, under this legal doctrine, Christianity has come to be treated as a monopoly religion. The situation with Christianity parallels the secular system in some very striking ways. Denominations which agree to administer affirmation action sanctions against other whites, that means the Roman Catholic Church and mainline Protestant churches, “buy” their way out of sanctions by administering the sanctions against other whites, both Christian and secular or non-Christian. Evangelical Christian denominations, not having the social capital to buy their way out of the sanction, therefore suffer sanctions. And so do their members in matters of employment and academic admissions, often enough.

    In a world context, Christianity in totality might be one of the world’s monopoly religions. But what about that other monopoly religion, the other one with more than on billion adherents worldwide? Try applying sanctions to them and see what happens.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    We must separate ourselves from the hell that is being created for us by those whose goal is our extermination.

    Nothing else will work.

    14 words.

    Would you please get a Disqus account?

  • Something bad would happen. At least everyone would be photographed, and shamed with photo, name and address in the local press. Police might prohibit the march for justified fear of violence (by leftist counter demonstrators). Or police could watch while counter protestors pelt the demonstration with stones and worse.

  • Phoenixian Westernia

    The perfect way to troll this administration is to report false but extremely ridiculous statements. Make them feel that their time is being wasted.

    “I want to report an offensive statement made about furries. I was told to Yiff in Hell. This violates everything I believe in, that is equality and tolerance.”

    “Who’s the offender?”

    “My Dick! It is uncircumcised, 12 inch long when erected, can shoot 500 mL as far as 3 meters. Please, you must help me, I have no control over my dick, it is an intolerant mean old bigot. Last night, I saw my dick wearing a napkin, I think he may be a member of the KKK. I know my dick is racist, I tried Asian porn, and he refused to stand up.”

  • A Freespeechzone

    You can bet any anti-White, anti-Christian or anti-American comments will be supported by the University.