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Yale students sign petition to repeal first amendment

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posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 04:12 PM
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originally posted by: DBCowboy

originally posted by: intrepid

originally posted by: neo96
Yale students sign petition to repeal first amendment

Just goes to show you can't teach intelligence.

You either have it or you don't.

Those YALE students DON'T.


Yeah, I just checked on that because no one seems to want to know. Between 50-60 students signed this. Out of an enrollment of 12,000 students. Not what I would call a representative number. In 12,000 people you're going to come across a small percentage of those that are oblivious.


Did they ask 60 students to sign or 12,000 students to sign?


Well seeing as this has been used to say this is the way progressive Yale students think, I'd have to say 12,000. If you're going to coat them all then it MUST be all. Logic.




posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 04:29 PM
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a reply to: intrepid

If I were an enterprising young leftist who wanted to show how smart the student culture is, I'd make a video of all the college students recoiling in horror at the thought of deny free expression.

Ever seen any of those types of videos?



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 04:34 PM
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: intrepid

If I were an enterprising young leftist who wanted to show how smart the student culture is, I'd make a video of all the college students recoiling in horror at the thought of deny free expression.

Ever seen any of those types of videos?


Yes. Further propaganda. I get it. But I wouldn't paint 12,000 people over the reaction of 60 young misguided kids. As you said:

"I'd make a video...." "Make", that sounds creative, not scientific. You asked:


originally posted by: DBCowboy
Did they ask 60 students to sign or 12,000 students to sign?


IDK. I guess it depends on the video that these people wanted to "make."



posted on Dec, 17 2015 @ 05:27 PM
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originally posted by: introvert
Wow guys.

You're not going to knee-jerk about this are you? The Fox video I just watched does not really show the conversations in their entirety, nor do we know how many signed. Better yet, how many didn't?

Shouldn't we put this in proper context before we do the typical Right-Wing emotional outrage?


Listen, we're bitchin about those rich, yale pricks!
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posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 12:25 AM
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originally posted by: KawRider9
a reply to: peskyhumans

Bunch of mental midgets!

These snowflakes are in for a rude awakening once they hit the real world.
a rude awakening? I doubt it. These yale kids have been riding the coattails of other people's successes their whole lives and after college will continue to do so, oblivious to how the world really is.



posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 06:56 PM
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Ah, Yale. Epicentre of the highly secretive Skull and Bones Society.

Surely just a coincidence...



posted on Dec, 19 2015 @ 05:28 AM
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a reply to: peskyhumans

Remember that Skull & Bones resides at Yale. Biggest bunch of Oligopolist human hating reptiles joined by secret oaths made over Moloch!

What better place to brainwash footsoldiers for the destrruction of freedom?

en.wikipedia.org...


1960s[edit] John Kerry (Bones 1966) faced off against George W. Bush (Bones 1968) in the 2004 US presidential election, the first time two Bonesmen had run against one another for that office.[119] Eugene Lytton Scott (1960), tennis player, founder Tennis Week[120] Michael Johnson Pyle (1960), National Football League player[2] John Joseph Walsh, Jr. (1961), art historian, director J. Paul Getty Museum[121] William Hamilton (1962), New Yorker cartoonist[122] David L. Boren (1963), Governor of Oklahoma, U.S. Senator, President of the University of Oklahoma[3]:124, 158[123] Michael Gates Gill (1963), advertising executive, author[124] William Dawbney Nordhaus (1963), Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale University[2] Orde Musgrave Coombs (1965), author, editor, first black member of Skull and Bones[125] John Shattuck (1965), US diplomat and ambassador, university administrator[106] John Forbes Kerry (1966), U.S. Senator (D-Massachusetts 1985–2013); Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts 1983–1985; 2004 Democratic Presidential nominee; 68th United States Secretary of State 2013–present[3]:112 David Rumsey (1966), founder of the David Rumsey Map Collection and president of Cartography Associates[2] Frederick Wallace Smith (1966), founder of FedEx[3]:172, 180–1[126] David Thorne (1966), United States Ambassador to Italy[3]:85 Victor Ashe (1967), Tennessee State Senator and Representative, Mayor of Knoxville, Tennessee, US Ambassador to Poland[3]:181–2[127] Roy Leslie Austin (1968), appointed ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago by George W. Bush[3]:177, 181–2[128] David Kent Mills (Psychologist, Nazi hunter) (1963), Troy OH Golden Gloves champ, Skull and Bones Nickname - The Enforcer[129] George W. Bush (1968), grandson of Prescott Bush; son of George H. W. Bush; 46th Governor of Texas; 43rd President of the United States. His nickname was "Temporary" since he failed to choose a name.[3]:175–8 Rex William Cowdry (1968), Acting Director National Institute of Mental Health (1994–96)[3]:177 Robert McCallum, Jr (1968), Ambassador to Australia[3]:177, 181[130] Don Schollander (1968), developer; author; US Olympic Hall of Fame inductee; four-time Olympic Gold medallist swimmer[3]:126, 177 Brian John Dowling (1969), National Football League player, inspiration for B.D. in Doonesbury[2] Stephen Allen Schwarzman (1969), co-founder of The Blackstone Group[131][132] Douglas Preston Woodlock (1969), US federal judge[133] 1970s[edit] Charles Herbert Levin (1971), actor[2] George Lewis (1974), trombonist and composer[134] Christopher Taylor Buckley (1975), author, editor, chief speechwriter for Vice President George H. W. Bush[3]:173 1980s[edit] Robert William Kagan (1980), co-founder of the Project for the New American Century[2] Michael Cerveris (1983), American singer, guitarist and actor[2] Earl G. Graves, Jr. (1984), president of Black Enterprise[135] Edward S. Lampert (1984), founder of ESL Investments; chairman of Sears Holdings Corporation[3]:180[135] James Emanuel Boasberg (1985), judge, United States District Court for the District of Columbia[106] Paul Giamatti (1989), Academy Award-nominated American actor[136] 1990s to present[edit] Dana Milbank (1990), political reporter for The Washington Post[137][138][139] Austan Goolsbee (1991), staff director to and chief economist of President Barack Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board[140]



posted on Dec, 19 2015 @ 06:28 AM
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Just wait until they vote


They dont need to vote - just the rigged machines!

truedemocracyparty.net...


Voting Machines Massive and Potential documented voting machine FRAUD has led the True Democracy Party to one Conclusion. You can not trust voting machines, period. There are 2 Main Voting Machine Companies: Diebold and ES&S. They are both owned by two men who are brothers and staunch Republicans. They both have refused to tell anyone how votes are tabulated/counted. And there is an overwhelming mountain of evidence of fraud and manipulation of these machines. TDP and most Americans (when they learn the truth about the VM’s) want Paper Ballots Only, and Dedicated Voting Stations. How will we count the millions of votes? This is the most frequently asked question. We will count them like we used to, by hand.



posted on Dec, 19 2015 @ 08:42 AM
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Despite their naivet'e and ignorance many will find it more a social experience and at some point recognize that 'they' are the social experience-experiment.
Reminds me of the 1965 Paul Harvey broadcast...... "If I were the Devil" www.youtube.com...

Five years from now, hopefully entrenched in a recovery, and the repair of America, these same idealistic 'kids' will very likely have moved on. And during their 30's discover a few hard truths in the world they were hoping for. But reality is often times far less glamorous, and many will be content to have just gotten a start. It's not a safe world out of country for the most part.

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