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Antifa Middle School Teacher Sued For Nearly $200K




A college student has sued an Antifa middle school teacher for nearly $200,000 after she tried to obtain a restraining order against him.

Troy Worden, a student at UC Berkeley, sued Yvette Felarca, a teacher at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in Berkeley, California and an organizer for By Any Means Necessary, a violent Antifa group, for $200,000 in damages, reported Berkeleyside. Unlike King, Felarca isn’t a huge believer in the whole nonviolent protest thing.

Felarca and Worden have each accused the other of stalking and harassment. Ronald Cruz, Felarca’s lawyer from By Any Means Necessary, insists that Worden’s lawsuit is an attempt to “stay relevant and make money.”

Felarca organized the February UC Berkeley riot that shut down Milo Yiannopoulos and cost the city $100,000 in damages.

A notice from her school district asserted that Felarca used her car to transport students to protests, got permission for the trip from parents with a poor understanding of English and “did not fully understand that this was not a school approved trip,” reported TheBlaze.

In another instance, Felarca’s principal prohibited the teacher from taking her students to a rally at UC Berkeley because “it was an opportunity for [Felarca] to indoctrinate students and use them to support [her] own political agenda.” During one meeting in which she was supposed to discuss her insubordination, Felarca demonstrated “insubordinate and antagonistic behavior.” What a shock.


Anti-Israel Berkeley Prof Calls For Violent Insurrection, Compares Zionists to Nazis



A UC Berkeley professor called for “intifada,” a word referring to the violent uprisings by Palestinians against Israelis, costing thousands of lives.

Hatem Bazian is an ethnic studies professor at UC Berkeley. Given the reputation the university has garnered for shutting down conservative speakers, you might expect the professor to be pro-Palestine and anti-Israel. But Bazian isn’t merely voicing his opinion on the Israel-Palestine conflict; he is inciting violence.

“It’s about time that we have an intifada in [the United States],” said the professor at a rally, as reported by Canary Mission. “How come we don’t have an intifada in this country?”

The professor shared this meme: 

On Tuesday, Bazian deleted the tweet of this completely unsubstantiated meme, apologizing and saying he “did not realize or read the full text in detail” before sharing it. Given his long history of harboring anti-Israel views, we think not. The professor has claimed that Zionists collaborated with the Nazis and pushed anti-Semitism.

Bazian also chairs American Muslims for Palestine, which was founded by some former members of a group that donated $12.4 million to Hamas. Speaking on a panel, the professor said “at least part of the project that we are engaged in, is to rewrite parts of history that we are concerned about.”

But rewriting history doesn’t seem so crazy to postmodernists, who distinguish between the past and history, which they define as the story told about the past.

The leaders of tomorrow are uncritically swallowing and parroting left-wing talking points, they sound an awful lot like followers. And who are their leaders? Professors like Bazian who incite violence and demonstrate reckless disregard for the truth.

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