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Princeton Students Complain University Didn’t Protect Them From Demonstrators’ Hate Speech

Princeton Students Complain University Didn’t Protect Them From Demonstrators’ Hate Speech

“wasn’t asked once by any of the officers or staff members present if [she] was doing alright”

These students probably believe they’re fighting Nazis and fascists, yet they need to be protected from speech.

The College Fix reports:

Princeton students forget they can ignore hate speech, want ‘protection’ from school

Students at Princeton were subjected last week to hate speech while passing by a group of “self-identifying Christian protestors” on a street adjacent to campus.

According to The Daily Princetonian, aside from spewing “sexist, homophobic, antisemitic, Islamophobic, anti-Catholic, and otherwise offensive remarks,” the alleged Christians also carried signs reading “feminists are whores” and “women belong in the kitchen.”

Instead of ignoring these obvious creeps, some students chose to complain about how they weren’t “protected” by the university.

Muslim student Derin Arat said that if she has to pass by the protesters en route to class, Princeton has a “duty to protect [her] well-being and provide [her] security.”

Arat added that Princeton officials “didn’t do anything about [the protest] other than just passively watching it” and that she “wasn’t asked once by any of the officers or staff members present if [she] was doing alright” after passing the demonstrators.

According to a school spokesman, it’s not entirely accurate that Princeton did nothing. University free speech facilitators present at the protest at one point got the “Christians” to “relocate to a public sidewalk” and to cease the use of “amplified sound.”

Still, Muslim Students Association President Aisha Chebbi said when groups like the “Christians” appear at or near the university, it is an “important responsibility of our campus community to address these harms and to find ways to provide healing for those affected.”

From the story:

Some students chose to engage with the protestors or counter their speech. Those who engaged took a variety of tactics: challenging the protesters’ rhetoric directly, taking photos in front of the signs, or yelling out to the crowd. Several students who walked by the crowd commented that they thought the protestors were “joking” or laughed at the extremist protestors’ statements.

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Send her home from college. She obviously isn’t enough of an adult* to actually be at university.
(* Or, she’s lying to silence Christians, which is always possible when the complainer is muslim or progressive.)

“she “wasn’t asked once by any of the officers or staff members present if [she] was doing alright” after passing the demonstrators.”

How acutely was she bleeding and reeling from the effects of someone else’s speech?

The whole story is … bizarre!!! Are the students lying in their claim that alleged Christians carried signs including “feminists are whores” and “women belong in the kitchen,” or were the alleged Christians not Christians at all but rather pranksters, liberals portraying what they think Christians are like, or something else?

What a snowflake! How did she manage to survive this long?

By the way, is she sure the protesters were Christian? The signs seem just as likely to come from Muslim extremists.

Suspect they were helping play the “long game” of painting Christians as haters. Clever. Only way they ARE “Christians” is if they’re channeling Westboro Baptist: call themselves Christians but controlled by Satan.