• Universities Of Hate: Columbia Activist Previously Called For Killing "Zionists" And "White Supremacists"

    Meanwhile, George Soros has been exposed for funding pro-Palestine university protests through Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and for paying radicals to encourage protests through the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR).

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    One of the radical activists leading the protests at Columbia University, Khymani James, has been exposed by Andy Ngo for making a livestream recording where he says that "zionists, along with all white supremacists," all need to be killed.

    James, who is all for "decolonization, liberation, and justice" has denounced Ngo as a "far right agitator" after Ngo exposed the inflammatory video. Then James tried to downplay his original call for violence by saying he had been "feeling unusually upset after an online mob" allegedly targeted him for being "visibly queer and Black."

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    James' apology note claims that this isn't the first time that he's been "targeted by online trolls" who aimed to intimidate him. He further explains that "Zionism is an ideology that necessitates the genocide of the Palestinian people" and says that "Palestinians have been subjected to decades of brutal violence and now genocide by Israel."

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    Of course, the video Ngo highlighted wasn't the only instance of James promoting violence in the name of Palestine. James shared a number of social media posts that featured similar calls for violence. So the claim in his apology that "all people deserve to be safe from physical harm" seems to be an empty gesture made only because he was exposed.

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    Meanwhile, similar tent cities full of both radical students and paid protestors have been set up at universities all across the country, including Harvard, Yale, George Washington, Berkeley, Ohio State and Emory — allegedly organized by branches of the Soros-funded Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) according to an investigation by the New York Post.

    SJP was officially suspended from the Columbia campus in November after it “repeatedly violated University policies related to holding campus events.” However, the Columbia chapter of SJP still maintains an active presence on Instagram and Twitter where it was touting a complaint filed against Columbia University just yesterday through a group called Palestine Legal.

    The civil rights complaint was filed with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR). The group is demanding an investigation into Columbia's allegedly "discriminatory treatment of Palestinian students and their allies" after NYPD officers in riot gear were brought in to arrest students protesting last week. 

    The complaint comes a day after Columbia suggested the National Guard could be brought in to remove student protesters.

    Palestine Legal is representing four students and Columbia's SJP chapter, who claim to have been targeted by alleged "anti-Palestinian discrimination and harassment" by students, professors, and/or Columbia administrators.

    The National SJP organization, which has some 200 chapters around the country, stands in solidarity with other radical progressive movements, like Black Lives Matter, and has been a key voice behind the struggle for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

    Of course, the comrades at SJP view the struggle for Palestine to be the same as the "struggle for Black liberation, gender and sexual freedom, and a livable and sustainable planet."

    It's also the same as the struggle against capitalism.

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