How Cop Killer-Quoting Activists ‘Inspired by #BlackLivesMatter’ Forced University of Missouri President Out


The Concerned Student 1950 activists at the University of Missouri, connected to the Black Lives Matter movement, got their scalp, and it’s just the beginning.

The resignation of of University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe is major victory for the student movement, and their supporters know it.

These activists used pure intimidation tactics to terrorize the campus, cause the black members of the Mizzou football ream to strike, and force Wolfe into apologies and finally resignation.

In this video, one of the activists admits, “We’re trying to break the system down… it just so happens we’re starting with him.” Given the hydra of hysterical campus activism that Breitbart News has reported is springing up across the nation, it’s hard to know where it will end.

It’s important to see exactly how the coalition of activists won. They used tactics like intimidation in the cafeteria:

They chanted and screamed:

They disrupted the campus over and over again:

And Of Course… They Quoted Cop Killer Assata Shakur

They screamed the words of convicted cop-killer and hero to the Black Lives Matter movement, Assata Shakur.

The woman screaming in that video is quoting a convicted terrorist, currently on the FBI’s Most Wanted List under her real name Joanne Chesimard. The lines come from revolutionary communist Assata Shakur’s “Letter To My People,” which Breitbart News has pointed out is quoted at every event by the Black Lives Matter founders. You’ll note the reference of Marx’s “nothing to lose but your chains” line:

It is our duty to fight for our freedom.
It is our duty to win.
We must love each other and support each other.
We have nothing to lose but our chains.

However, the big victory was shutting down the homecoming parade as stunned onlookers–including many small children–were forced the watch the megaphone-wielding activists scream at the crowd about slavery while blocking now ex-president Wolfe’s car. At the end, they all chant Assata’s “Letter To My People” again.

Consider what happened in Missouri: activists using intimidation tactics, quoting a communist terrorist, took down a university president. Nobody in the mainstream media has called them on any of this.

And the 2016 election is less than a year away.


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