Skip to comments.Trumpophobia Melts SJW Snowflakes
Posted on 11/09/2016 12:29:49 PM PST by C19fan
A reader at Muhlenberg College passes along this letter from the president of the school to faculty and students:
To the Muhlenberg Campus Community:
While the final results of the national election are not yet finally in, it is clear this is one of the most historic elections in our nations history. Many members of my senior staff and I have received several emails from students requesting that we cancel classes today, Nov. 9. We have also received emails from other students urging that we not cancel classes.
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I am so sick of my classmates from college.
All of the elitist RINO CRs who used to gush over the West Wing are crying because Hillary lost.
Then the uninformed morons are crying thinking Latinos are all going to be round up in camps and gays will be lynched.
These people will be approaching 30 soon and they have no idea how the world works.
This is what happens when brainwashing backfires.
This is how college presidents write.
I wouldn't allow an 18-year-ld to get by with that.
Snowflakes in deep depression at Williams College, with multiple emails going out:
The Davis Center will be open throughout the day and evening to provide a space and place for reflecting, connecting and caring. Members of the community should feel free to stop by at any time. There will be food available.
Leticia Smith-Evans Haynes, Ph.D.
Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity
Williams College | Williamstown, MA
“Dear Students, This election season has been one of the most fraught, divisive, and difficult in history, and has been challenging for all of us. Many students (as well as faculty and staff) are feeling acutely upset, overwhelmed, and frightened this morning. Please take this opportunity to reach out to your classmates, to offer support, to be open to discussion, to be ready to listen, and to remind everyone you see on campus that our community stands ready to support all of us. In times of stress, one of the most helpful things we can do is come together and exchange our ideas, beliefs, fears, and plans for strategic action. Please take the opportunity to do this, both inside and outside of the classroom. Find ways to engage with each other, with faculty and staff, with your families and friends at home. Above all, take good care of yourselves. In addition, there are many additional resources available to you, and I encourage you to use them. Please come see us in the Deans Office, in the Davis Center, in the Chaplains Office, and in the Health Center. We are here to talk, to problem solve, and to listen. You dont need to have a specific question or concern ..just a desire to connect and find support. And if you are aware that a friend or classmate is struggling, please help them find their way to us. All best wishes, Dean Sandstrom”
“To the Williams Community,
Election night brought to a conclusion the most divisive American presidential campaign in recent memory. Many members of the Williams community, includingbut not limited towomen; immigrants, both documented and not; people of color; Muslims, Jews, and other religious minorities; and LGBTQ people have felt directly and deeply the rhetoric of this campaign. The rhetoric was threatening and destructive both to the individuals at whom it was aimed and to our societys most essential values.
Even before Election Day, there had been a deep worrywhich I sharethat the vitriol would continue beyond the campaign season. It is essential that we recommit ourselves today, as American society at large and as a Williams family here, to the fundamental respect and care for each other that underlie all healthy communities.
On the national, state, and local levels, this means engaging in politics, each of us working as hard as we can to ensure that the laws, policies, and practices of our government reflect concern for everyone in our world.
Here at Williams, it means renewing our commitment, as we should do every single day, to a fully inclusive, equitable community in which everyone can thrive. It means treating each other with deep respect, as we attend particularly to those who feel most vulnerable in this, or any, moment.
Im inspired by the ways I see our community already seeking to unite this morning, and Im reminded once more of the fundamental relevance of a Williams education. Our workto educate global citizens who are informed and empowered to lead and who feel a responsibility to help create the community we all most fervently desire to live intoday seems more important than ever.
France is open for business...feel free to seek your ‘safe space’ there.
Silly question here.
Does SJW stand for Social Justice Warriors?
Or Social Justice Whiners?
The standard is Warriors but I do not see what is wrong for Whiners since any sane person would consider that the true meaning.
Well, when it doesn’t happen, let them know about the fools that they are.
I work at UMass Amherst - Wednesday midday about 50-100 people - mostly students - marched around campus screaming ‘LOVE TRUMPS HATE’,’BLACK LIVES MATTER’, etc., at the top of their lungs - they looked VERY angry and not very loving at all - like they were inclined to go loot a WalMart or something
Have there been big riots anywhere?
Williams College #4:
“Today is a day filled with emotions beyond articulation. For those of usimmigrants, LGBTQQIA/trans*/queer, femme or female-identifying, undocumented, low-income, disabled, people of colorfor whom Donald Trumps victory means violence, means fear, means physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual dislocation: this is for us. For those of us who recognize that proximity is but a matter of perception, that we are not safe, not here in New England, not here in Massachusets, and certainly not here in the Berkshires or Williamstown; for those of us who must grapple with the truth that we have not and will not be safe for a very long time: this is for us.
Join us to talk, to heal, to organize. We will be making posters, hosting an open mic, and demonstrating with our bodies and our minds, claiming the space as a space of love and resistance, for our existance is resistance.”
Is this a freaking cult or college?
Just think, only a few months ago it was considered a hate crime to write the name Trump on the sidewalk with chalk. Now Donald J Trump is their president and he will be filling up all the gaps where Baraq Hussein Obama no longer recides.
Probably Social Justice Whores
Is this a freaking cult or college?
#1 ranked liberal arts college in the country.
Don’t know why.
It was great when I went there. But that was almost 40 years ago.
I’m old enough that I remember when people went to college to learn something and get an education.
It is a freaking cult. It’s sad. It shows weakness.
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