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What privilege allows for this?

White students blocked from attending classes

I watched this video and the protest seems to have been very well prepared for and orchestrated. This is evidenced by the "spontaneous" chants with protesters all in unison. I do realize that this is California/Berkeley but this kind of hatred is really out of control. This isn't the "love" generation of old UCB.

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I see "Whites Only" coming back to America soon.

And there will be no one to blame but those like in the article who have pushed it, by their own actions.

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I don't see your prediction, but I do see

a real pushback going on regarding the PC crap that's been being pushed aggressively over the last ten years especially. When you have the ACLU and only one person complaining about something that they want removed from a school, for instance, with lawsuit threats, they know that especially in small communities, the schools don't have the funds to fight in court so they back down and give in immediately, with the result being a massive change in policy to accommodate one person. Things like that have gotten completely out of control and now there are teams of attorneys voluntarily representing those communities for free to push back. One thing that needs to change, however, is the attitudes of activist judges in the lower and appellate courts so many of these cases don't have to be appealed further to SCOTUS, which may or may not hear the case. If they decide not to hear the case, the decisions are then automatically awarded to those lower courts and the decisions are made 'permanent', even when they make no sense at all. The pushback continues, though.

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