SYRACUSE, N.Y. — It was an ordinary cram session, around midnight, when the screed appeared on students’ phones. A racist manifesto, sent to a small clutch of people sitting at a Syracuse University library on Tuesday morning, warned of “the great replacement,” a right-wing conspiracy theory that predicts white genocide at the hands of minority groups.If it is a right-wing conspiracy theory, then why does the NY Times print so many stories about it? Maybe once a week it has a story about Whites being displaced by non-whites.
On Sunday, the university suspended all social activities at fraternities for the rest of the semester, after a group of students, including members of one fraternity, accosted a female African-American student on Saturday night and used a racial slur.Really? Just one word is all it takes to shut down all the fraternities?!
But Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said on Tuesday that the university’s response was not enough.
On Tuesday, state and federal law enforcement officials descended on the university, just east of downtown, looking for evidence as to who had sent the manifesto, an anti-Muslim screed previously circulated by the suspect accused of a mass killing at two New Zealand mosques in March.The manifesto was a widely reported news story. It should be available to everyone. It was quoted in this Wash. Post story. A typical quote is "We are experiencing an invasion on a level never seen before in history. Millions of people pouring across our borders, legally." University students should learn both sides of the immigration issue.
The manifesto was posted online late Monday night on a forum geared to those interested in Greek life at Syracuse University, according to the city’s police chief, and was then sent or shared via a file-transfer service to the phones of several students who were inside Bird Library.
I am already bored with impeachment. Yesterday was just some disloyal creeps expressing opinions of disagreement with their superiors. The most serious allegation was an opinion that something seemed "improper" to someone pushing for a different policy.
Update: There is a possibility that the NY Times, Cuomo, Syracuse, etc. are perpetrating a hoax. Parts of this story appear to be completely false, and part of an effort to malign White people.