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Video of Evergreen State Forum Reveals Students' Disturbing Ideas

In this Wednesday, May 24, 2017 file photo, hundreds of students at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., protest against the college administration and demanded change after weeks of brewing racial tension on campus. Threats have prompted the small college in Washington state to cancel classes Monday, June 5, 2017, for the third consecutive weekday after protests on the progressive campus drew national attention. (Lisa Pemberton/The Olympian via AP, File)

Evergreen State College is now firmly embedded in people’s minds. Why? Because the crybully students there were so incensed at a professor’s opinion that they had to shut down classes. The incident is a prime example of what the alt-left would make the entire United States look like if given the opportunity.

The students’ delusional ideas need to be exposed so America really understands what we’re dealing with as these kids come of age. Luckily, video of a student forum surfaced last week.

It’s illuminating:

The social justice jihadis at Evergreen State honestly believe that their school, which tried to kick all white people off campus for a day, is somehow a white supremacist haven.

The same students who threatened Professor Bret Weinstein complain that, golly, they’re being made out to be the bad guys now. As one student put it:

[T]his whole thing is being switched around to make it seem like we’re the aggressors.

Well, you threatened a professor who disagreed with the idea of kicking white people off campus, then you escalated the threats until all classes were canceled. That’s aggressive.

The video also shows a discussion of what the students call “community policing.” This is apparently the euphemism they came up with for the Mad Max-like gangs of roving bullies patrolling the campus with bats, hunting Weinstein advocates.

Do check it out if you want a good laugh. You’ll especially get a kick out of the “Islamophobia” accusation near the end.

However, this is also an important look inside the minds of these people, because these ideas are not confined to Evergreen State by any stretch of the imagination. This is a widespread ideology among this rising generation.