“As long as ASU stays silent, (National Youth Front’s presence) remains working,” Poe said.
The public protests garnered the support of many passersby for Poe, especially ASU students. One of those students, justice studies junior Vanna Morales joined the protest after learning more about the issue.
“They can’t even take the course to then decide whether it’s bad or good, and they’re already trying to shut it down,” Morales said. “We should be able to learn. We come here to learn about every side of everything, so why are they trying to take that away from us?”
ASU spokesman Gerry Gonzalez declined to comment about the protest and reiterated the University’s statement from January showing support for Bebout’s class.
“The class is designed to empower students to confront the difficult and often thorny issues that surround us today and reach thoughtful conclusions rather than display gut reactions,” part of the statement read. “A university is an academic environment where we discuss and debate a wide array of viewpoints.”
Great job to John Hess of the National Youth Front and the other folks who were there standing strong with him. You great folks are an inspiration.
Both the ASU student and the ASU spokesman make the point that university is all about learning and discussing different viewpoints on any given subject. The only problem is that we know that there would never be a Problem of Blackness or Jewishness class, so their point is moot. Since they’re so interested in discussing different viewpoints, why don’t they have a class that explores the viewpoints of people who aren’t members of Lolocaustianity? Or even a class about how 9/11 is not what the government and media says it is? Because they’re full of crap and all they do is defend the status quo. That’s why they are anti-white; anti-white is the status quo. These trendy “edgytarians” (lol) are nothing more than rabid defenders of the system.
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