Controversial fliers circulate campus for a third time

Controversial fliers circulate campus for a third time

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By Shayan Faradineh

Texas State students expressed oppositions and concerns on Twitter for the anti-Semitic fliers posted near Alkek Library Friday night.

This now marks the latest and third appearance of controversial fliers at the university. Students fusilladed comments on social media calling for the university to address the fliers. One user tweeted “I will withdraw from (Texas State University) if I continue to feel unsafe.” Another user tweeted, “How am I supposed to want to enroll in #TexasState when this kind of hate is tolerated here.”

Following the anti-Semitic threats against the Jewish community, a link and hashtag were posted at the bottom of the flier: www.Dailystormer.com and #SmashAntifa

According to the Daily Stormer’s website, “The Daily Stormer is non-profit and 100% reader-supported. We do what we do because we are attempting to preserve Western Civilization.”

The hashtag was traced back to the Twitter handle @SmashAntifa, an account dedicated to “Promoting White Interests,” according to the account’s biography.

“This is funny. Maybe tomorrow, more tears will be shed,” @SmashAntifa tweets in reply to students expressing concerns for the fliers.

Texas State University officials have not addressed the fliers. However, safety concerns are growing among the student body.

The fliers were posted the day before Trump supporters rallied across several states including Texas.

7 COMMENTS

  1. The thing is, itis SO easy for anyone to post stuff like that, just to start trouble and controversy.
    It VERY easily could have been posted by (regressive) “liberals” to ingnite trouble.
    There have been so many instances of this lately, (with people getting caught), posting and doing horrible stuff, only for it to be found out it was someone who “believes” the opposite doing something to ignite trouble.

    Not to long ago, there was a mostly black patroned church that was spraypainted with slurs and burned, only to find out it was a black member of the church that did it.

    of course i am not saying it is fake, it very well could have been posted by a white nationalist, but it also could have very ealisy been posted by a BLM member to ignite trouble.

  2. This is freedom of speech. Being open minded, I read the site. They make a ton of sense. Politically correct sissy boys never had a place in Texas, and they certainly have no place in Trump’s America!

  3. Brainless persons seeking an identity, seeking an espace from reality, from this world they cannot cope with, from their weakness and incompetence, and thus seeking an espace from themselves. They seek and identity in a group, so the group takes responsibility for them to face reality.

    In consequence, they blame others: jews, blacks, successful persons.

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