Tuesday, July 28, 2009

A Long Time Ago, In a Country Far, Far Away ...


The self-styled revolutionaries had grown increasingly brazen in their campaign to force concessions from the university. Students and professors who were labelled race traitors received death threats. Enemies of the racial nation were savagely beaten by roaming thugs. Guns were brought onto the campus, and the students dressed up in military uniforms. Professors were held hostage, badgered, intimidated, and threatened whenever their teachings contradicted racial orthodoxy. But the university administration, out of a mixture of cowardice and sympathy for the rebels, refused to punish the revolutionaries, even when the president was manhandled by a fascist goon in front of an audience made up of the campus community.


The radicals and their student sympathisers believed themselves to be revolutionaries of the left – the opposite of fascists in their minds – yet when one of their professors read them the speeches of Benito Mussolini, the students reacted with enthusiasm. Events came to a climax when students took over the student union and the local radio station. Armed with rifles and shotguns, they demanded an ethnically pure educational institution staffed and run by members of their own race. At first the faculty and administration were understandably reluctant; but when it was suggested that those who opposed their agenda might be killed, most of the “moderates” quickly reversed course and supported the militants. In a mass rally reminiscent of Nuremberg, the professors recanted their reactionary ways and swore fidelity to the new revolutionary order...

... Eventually the fascist thugs got everything they wanted. The authorities caved in to their demands. The few who remained opposed quietly left the university and, in some cases, the country, once it was clear that their safety could not be guaranteed.

The University of Berlin in 1932? Milan in 1922? Good guesses. But this all happened at Cornell in the spring of 1969. Paramilitary Black Nationalists under the banner of the Afro-American Society seized control of the university after waging an increasingly aggressive campaign of intimidation and violence.

Extract from Jonah Goldberg, Liberal Fascism, p163-4.

2 Opinion(s):

Doberman said...

Good post. Yep, around the time the war on freedom started from the Left. It's a new century and the fight back has begun. We cannot be afraid to speak against this liberal fascism any longer.

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable! You would think that the libs back then would have taken the hint, but no ...