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VIDEO: College Student Calls Police on Prager U. for Having the Wrong Opinion

VIDEO: College Student Calls Police on Prager U. for Having the Wrong Opinion

“So that means they’re allowed to terrorize students?”

This is as disturbing as it is funny. Will Witt of Prager University is on a college campus to speak to students, and one student who doesn’t like their point of view actually calls the police.

When the police show up, they’re completely baffled as to why they were called, and try to explain the concept of free speech to the misguided student.

Watch it all below:

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Apparently, the person who called the police believes the insane lies that speech = violence and all disagreement = hate speech.

Barry Soetoro | July 4, 2020 at 2:48 pm

Old news.

Dantzig93101 | July 4, 2020 at 5:18 pm

I like those cops. They must have watched Prager U videos or read Legal Insurrection.

And give the complainer credit: he might be ignorant, but at least he’s not belligerent. He seems like a good-natured kid who’s been very badly educated. Not really his fault.

    tom_swift in reply to Dantzig93101. | July 4, 2020 at 7:38 pm

    Not really his fault.

    These days, when everything down to our damn socks seems to be connected to the internet, there’s less excuse for rank ignorance than ever.

    Zumkopf in reply to Dantzig93101. | July 4, 2020 at 9:01 pm

    I take your point, but it’s a sad state of affairs when non-belligerence is an exemplary trait, not a baseline expectation. And I wouldn’t give him an out claiming inadequate education. He was utterly unable to state a single thing that was “terroristic” or “violent” about the Prager U. or its ideas. He didn’t even put in the minimal intellectual effort to find out what it was he was against.

    healthguyfsu in reply to Dantzig93101. | July 5, 2020 at 12:28 am

    No credit awarded. His “non-beligerence” seems to stem from the pure arrogance that he was in the right and would get them soon by calling the police.

    Having been mortified by this “perversion of social justice”, he will no doubt escalate to what we’ve seen before from his kind. The escalation is also calculated carefully to provide him multiple benefits, such as: emotional outlet for his “righteous anger”, possible intimidation of those that oppose his views, and possible incitement of opposition into unlawful actions.

    rochf in reply to Dantzig93101. | July 5, 2020 at 8:39 pm

    I didn’t think he seemed good-natured–I thought he was arrogant in his belief that they were bad, and that he had the right to have them removed from campus.

harleycowboy | July 5, 2020 at 11:12 am

Feeble minds are easily manipulated.

No comparable word to “Karen” for this scenario?

The police did well. Bless them!

I would like to know what campus this was, but I can’t decide whether I would add it to my “avoid this place” list because of the student, or not add it because of the police.

I’m dying to know what campus this was on. I found it sad and pathetic that someone who thinks they’re educated thinks they can call the police because someone has opinions that are different. You might as well burn the tuition money for all the good it did this student.

Scholarship? Advantage due to financial situation, heritage, or other “diversity” bonus? Parents are ______________ (fill in the blank).

Du kannst den scheiß nicht erfinden!

The phrase is getting a lot of use these days.