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Antifa Students Creating An ICE Text Alert



Revolutionary Horizon, a student group at the University of Texas at San Antonio,bills itself as antifascist, antiracist, antisexist, and explicitly states that it’s trying to build a revolt against capitalism.

“In light of the increasing severity of ICE’s presence in the San Antonio community, we’re working with trusted radicals in the community to implement a text alert ICE-watch. text “satx161” to 84483 to sign up to receive alerts anytime ICE is spotted in our community!” the group said on Twitter, reported The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Then there’s that clever little flyer saying “no one is illegal!” Don’t you just love how the left tries to twist language? “You can’t call someone illegal because no human being can be illegal.” Yeah, I’m not calling your humanity illegal, smarty, just your presence in my country.

The group tells me that their alert system is active and they’re just trying to let people know. They do still have to integrate what they call the “horizontal, community-driven aspect to the system that allows for anyone already signed up to receive alerts to be able to send alerts of their own through the system when they spot ICE in their area.”

But they’re pretty woke; I’m sure they’ll figure it out soon. In fact, Revolutionary Horizon is SO woke, they want the UT San Antonio police to lay their weapons down and disband over the course of six months, according to Campus Reform. And these commies aren’t an anomaly; I reported before on the Revolutionary Student Front at UT Austin, which said “bricks belong best thrown at pig heads.” This same group has also hosted “self-defense” courses and a Revolutionary Mental Health Program, “to address the mental health needs of students in a way that would primarily serve to politicize and strengthen them, to become more committed to revolution and more capable of carrying it out.”

Uh huh. I would think that taking advantage of the mentally disabled might be “ableist,” to borrow from the left’s vocabulary. But perhaps it’s okay if it’s done to transform them into weapons against capitalism.

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Jewish Group Banned From Texas University



The University of Texas at San Antonio kicked the David Horowitz Freedom Center off campus after the group posted a flier connecting Students for Justice in Palestine to Hamas, along with one showing a meme from SJP founder and Berkeley professor Hatem Bazian suggesting Israelis are organ-smuggling Nazis, as well as one featuring SJP activist Nancy Salem’s quote “how many Jews died in the Holocaust? Not enough,” reported Campus Reform.

Now let’s hear the spin the SJP and UTSA’s Muslim Students Association put on the fliers. The two groups put out a press release saying “the flyers posted are blatantly racist and Islamophobic.”

SJP and the UTSA Muslim Association say “the desire to spread this kind of slander and hate against SJP is not rooted in a genuine interest to protect Jewish people. Instead, Palestine activists are labeled ‘anti-Semites’ for legitimate criticisms against the human rights violations and injustices committed by the state of Israel.” If there’s any place to have a conversation about the Israel/Palestine conflict, it’s definitely college, but you can’t seriously be telling me saying Hitler is a boss and that white Jews are entitled and should die are “legitimate criticisms.”

UTSA President Taylor Eighmy classified the posters as “bias incidents” and said “Freedom of expression is vital to institutions of higher education, but we cannot tolerate speech that violates our freedom of expression policies. Recognizing that most forms of offensive speech are protected by the First Amendment, I condemn notions shared by groups that champion intolerance, bigotry and hatred.”

But UTSA is a public university and there’s no First Amendment exception for so-called intolerance, bigotry, and hatred. Perhaps the school should reconsider before it faces a very embarrassing lawsuit.

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