Dartmouth Students Charge That Activists Hurled Racist Epithets And Abuses White Students At Library

Screen Shot 2015-11-17 at 7.40.54 AMThere was a controversial protest at Dartmouth this week that led to allegations in a conservative newspaper that racial epithets were directed at white students. The video below shows protesters disrupting students studying in the library and one telling students to recite “black lives matter.” The protest reportedly occurred at the Baker-Berry Library on the university’s campus in Hanover, New Hampshire.


The conservative Dartmouth Review alleges that students epithets like “F**k you, you filthy white f**ks!” “F**k you and your comfort!” “F**k you, you racist shits!” Those words are not heard on the videotape below. The newspaper also says that students were pushed and shoved by protesters.

One person claiming to be among the protesters went to Facebook to say “We raised hell, we caused discomfort, and we made our voices heard throughout this campus in the name of standing up for our brothers and sisters across the country who are staring terrorism and assault directly in the face.”

Additional information may be read HERE.

The question is, if such racial epithets were made and physical abuse occurred, whether the university will take action. Putting aside the interruption of students in the library, which is itself a problem, such racial epithets (if they occurred) would not be tolerated if they referenced minority students. If the newspaper is lying, that is also a matter for proper action from the university. Either way, it would seem that the incident or the report should be generating more attention from the university than has been reported. Indeed, even if there is no evidence of some of the racial epithets cited by the student editors, there remains disturbing and threatening elements in the videotape below.

What do you think?

49 thoughts on “Dartmouth Students Charge That Activists Hurled Racist Epithets And Abuses White Students At Library”

  1. Olly

    Our government exists to protect our freedoms. In protecting our freedoms it grants them and monitors them. The greatest threat to anything is the extreme and irresponsible expression of that entity. History proves this. Man made these freedoms designed after experience. Man made god in his image, not the other way around.

  2. I grew up in New England and was brought up to respect Ivy League schools. They are now like community colleges, just 50k more expensive.

  3. BLM activists are primarily immature young people who know little or nothing other than they are involved in a righteous cause. They give little or intemperate thought to the consequences of their actions. Clearly many believe that just about anything they do that isn’t a physical assualt is okay because their cause is just. This is what immature young people do. It’s how they act at times. Is it okay? Of course not. I think these young people whose cause I support are making a huge error when they believe themselves to be more powerful and effective than they really are. It is a very heady thing to feel politically powerful for the first time. They in no way appreciate that their unwise choices could just as likely produce an extreme and negative backlash that sets back the day when justice will be found for all. Hopefully they will smell the coffee and come back down to earth quicly before they set back the cause significantly.

  4. The University Gone Feral; On campus, social norms no longer apply.

    by Victor Davis Hanson, November 17, 2015

    The University of Missouri campus police now request that students — a group not known for polite vocabulary — call law enforcement if someone disparages them with hurtful names.

    On the same campus, a media professor shouts for students in the vicinity to strong-arm a student photographer to stop him from taking pictures in a way that she does not approve. Other staff members try to block and push away a journalist they find bothersome.

    Since when do thuggish faculty, in Michael Corleone fashion, call in muscle to intimidate students who are exercising their First Amendment rights? Since when do quite privileged Yale students — in mini–Cultural Revolution style — surround and, teary-eyed, shout obscenities at their professor? Their target was declared to be guilty of some infraction against the people by an ad hoc court of whiny elites, poorly acting the role of the Committee of Public Safety. Apparently his offense was to suggest that students should not become hysterical when they see Halloween costumes they don’t like. Shouting down guest speakers, disrupting events, and mobbing individuals would not be tolerated at Disney World, so why on campus?

    The assumed impoverished black student at the University of Missouri who went on a hunger strike to protest “white privilege” was raised in plentitude as the son of a multimillionaire corporate executive. The young woman who yelled obscenities at Yale over Halloween costumes is likewise a child of privilege. Campus outbursts reveal more about the anxieties and neuroses of the adolescent and pampered than about existential issues of hunger, violence, or bias. Campus feminists demand new codes concerning sexual congress, largely as a result of an epidemic of rather callous campus hook-ups. They allege that one of four women on campus will inevitably be sexually assaulted. But if that were true, and parents believed it, then they would be unwise to send their children to Princeton or UCLA. Indeed, they would prefer that their kids party not at the University of Michigan but in the safer streets of Detroit. Apparently, the security concerns at USC involve not the nearby Watts neighborhood, but the student union on campus. Should frightened women at Stanford flee the quad for supposedly safer hangouts in East Palo Alto? Is there a “reign of terror” on campuses in Washington, D.C., similar to the one that is hitting neighborhoods around the Capitol?

    Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/427152/university-protestors-demands

  5. Black Lies Matter

    The intent of the Founders and the Preamble, Constitution and Bill of Rights, circa 1789, hold dominion.

    The principles of the Communist Manifesto are antithetical, unpreambular and unconstitutional.

    No Central Planning
    No Control of the Means of Production
    No Social Engineering
    No Redistribution of Wealth

    No Black Lies

  6. “…whatever tends to a discordant intermixture must have an injurious tendency.”

    __________

    Alexander Hamilton –

    “The influx of foreigners must, therefore, tend to produce a heterogeneous compound; to change and corrupt the national spirit; to complicate and confound public opinion; to introduce foreign propensities. In the composition of society, the harmony of the ingredients is all-important, and whatever tends to a discordant intermixture must have an injurious tendency.”

  7. “…that kingdom?…would be more turbulent, less happy, less strong,”

    __________

    Thomas Jefferson –

    “Suppose 20 millions of republican Americans thrown all of a sudden into France, what would be the condition of that kingdom? If it would be more turbulent, less happy, less strong, we may believe that the addition of half a million of foreigners to our present numbers would produce a similar effect here.”

  8. “…free all slaves, and send them to Liberia, to their own native land.”

    __________

    Abraham Lincoln –

    “If all earthly power were given me,” said Lincoln in a speech delivered in Peoria, Illinois, on October 16, 1854, “I should not know what to do, as to the existing institution [of slavery]. My first impulse would be to free all the slaves, and send them to Liberia, to their own native land.” “…he asked whether freed blacks should be made “politically and socially our equals?” “My own feelings will not admit of this,” he said, “and [even] if mine would, we well know that those of the great mass of white people will not … We can not, then, make them equals.”

  9. Is this part of the fundamental transformation of America Obama was hoping to implement? after the conservatives are driven out of the universities, progressives will begin feeding on each other for not being liberal enough.

  10. (music- to tune of Armour Hotdog Man)

    Weenies! Only Weenies.
    Only Weenies go to Dart Mouth.
    Rich dudes, phone tudes, girls with slimy cocks.
    Fat girls, skinny girls, only girls with chicken pox …
    Choose Dartmouth, they choose Dart Mouth.
    The Dart kids, like to… Bite.

  11. That’s right, Bernie, keep railing against the police and how unfair they are to poor, unarmed, innocent blacks. Looks like the inmates turned on one of their own. He’s lucky that he got out of there in one piece before the barbarians, that he so righteously and blindly supports, tore him limb from limb. No police around to control this mob. I don’t blame them. Let the lunatics self-police.

  12. If these cry-bullies want to live in a country where there is universal acceptance of the phrase “All Blacks Lives Matter” they could move to New Zealand.

  13. Black lives matter protesters hijack Bernie Sanders rally. Bernie needs secret service protection. Get a load of the loud mouth girl wearing large crucifix earrings.

  14. Here is a great article that the Black Lives Matter twits should read. The entitled precious snowflakes in college would also benefit from this life advice from Business Insider.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/the-problem-isnt-that-life-is-unfair-2015-11

    Unless you’re winning, most of life will seem hideously unfair to you.

    The truth is, life is just playing by different rules.

    The real rules are there. They actually make sense. But they’re a bit more complicated, and a lot less comfortable, which is why most people never manage to learn them.

  15. It always amazes me that people who claim they support freedom and tolerance turn into the worse bigots ever. If, in fact, this happened it shows how limited the definition of freedom and tolerance is. Racism comes in ALL SHAPES, SIZES AND COLORS,

  16. This disruption of normal behavioral rules and regulations is taken as evidence of their discomfort with the Dartmouth educational environment. Wasting time by giving this drivel an audience is counterproductive. The appropriate response to this misbehavior is to pack up one’s books, leave the Library, and get on with the job of turning yourself into a productive human being with a set of marketable skills. Such boorish behavior is the end result of affirmative action gone wild, a pandering to the most disruptive elements in the student body, and a failure of university administrators to provide a safe leaning environment for all students.

    1. VeloMac – one of the problems is that the library used to be one of the few places on campus where you could study and get quiet. Now that the BLM people have invaded the library where do you go? Personally, I am surprised they found the library. I knew athletes who got through four years and did not know where the library was.

  17. I think….that these black lives matter twits are the real racists and terrorists.

    Black lives don’t matter any more than any other person’s lives matter.

    In fact what does matter is what you DO with the life you have been given. “We raised hell, we caused discomfort, Do you purposely terrorize innocent people who are trying to better themselves or do you do something constructive about the problem that you seem to think exists.

    Do you sit around getting freebies and money stolen from others who work and contribute to society? Or do you get up and get a job, start a business, employ others, raise responsible children who also make a difference. Then YOU matter.

    The mere fact of breathing doesn’t make you special, it doesn’t make you matter. What these boot scrapings have done is make it quite clear that their lives do NOT matter.

  18. BLM seems to reflect the worst behavior of the racists in the Jim Crow era. It wasn’t acceptable then and it should be no more acceptable today.

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