[VIDEO] Evergreen Protesters Demand Videos Of Them Be Removed

The protesters at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington have issued their demands, and not surprisingly, one of these demands calls for the confiscation of videos taken during the school’s Day of Absence and Day of Presence.

If you are unfamiliar with what the protests were all about, we’ll we’ll gladly explain them.

Student community organizers designated a day to be a time in which white students and white faculty members were “invited” to stay off of the campus.

One faculty member, Bret Weinstein, stood up to the Social Justice Warriors, and pointed out that telling white people to get off campus is not a protest, but an act of oppression.

Weinstein found himself a target of a mob of angry social justice warriors, and was surrounded by activists who were screaming typical Left-wing phrases such as “Black power!” and “F*** the po-lice.”

At one point during the protest, student activists barricaded themselves in the school’s library.

However, amateur footage was taken of the event, which demonstrates just how unhinged these protesters appear to be, and the video soon went viral.

The activists did not seem to be happy about this, and issued several demands, with one being a demand to have the video be removed from the Internet.

“We demand that the video created for Day of Absence and Day of Presence that was stolen by white supremacists and edited to expose and ridicule the students and staff be taken down by the administration this Friday.”

The video is spectacular in that it gives an inside look at how Leftist social justice warriors view the world.

One activist took the opportunity to accuse a white faculty member of having ancestors who were slave owners, without providing any evidence to support her claim:

“The thing is that my ancestors were slaves, and your ancestors were not. Your ancestors came here of free choice and decided to bring along my people, of there un- not of their own free will, to work and build this country. Okay? And so I’m just letting you know that slavery still has repercussions in society.” 

This is a common theme among Leftist activists, particularly those who scream “Black Power,” and “Black Lives Matter.”

Whether it’s a lack of education, a product of ignorance, or an unwillingness to accept reality, some social justice warriors seem to believe in the notion that all white people are descendants of slave owners.

This mindset could not be further from the truth, especially when you consider that slavery was a system that was afforded to only the wealthy in the United States. The vast majority of the population never participated in the slave trade.

The question is, how do you convince the social justice warrior movement to let go of their hatred and anger towards people who look different from them, and to critically think about their arguments?

You can watch the compiled clips from the Day of Absence protest below, but viewer discretion is advised because the language that these social justice warriors are using goes beyond simply labeling it as salty:



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