Left-wing students at the University of California, Berkeley are protesting again. This time, however, these students are calling for “safe spaces” for transgendered people, as well as “spaces of color” at the University (which they already have).
The protesters are also harassing white students trying to study, barring their path across a key bridge while allowing students of color safe passage.
Yesterday, Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos was permanently suspended from Twitter for apparently harassing Leslie Jones, one of the leading actresses in the new Ghostbusters reboot.
However, whilst the narrative currently being spun across many mainstream media outlets is that Jones is an innocent victim of racist online trolls, more evidence has arisen that suggests that Jones is in fact an aggressor who deliberately orders her followers to attack her “critics” on Twitter.
Emails between school officials at one Canadian high school reveal the school has been struggling to integrate into the school adult Syrian refugees, who reportedly are bullying and threatening students and teachers, as well as making advances on young teenage girls.
One email from the head of the school’s international students department expressed concern that the Brussels attack would have a “trickle down” effect on the refugee students.
A Florida professor was fired this week after initiating a years-long campaign claiming the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax and harassing the family of a victim he believes never existed.
James Tracy, who teaches Culture of Conspiracy at Florida Atlantic University, launched his own conspiracy theory in the aftermath of Sandy Hook three years ago, based on conflicting media reports from the day of shooting that lead him to question whether it happened at all.
Turkish police have briefly detained a Dutch journalist on suspicion of “propaganda for a terrorist organisation” in Turkey’s mainly Kurdish south-east.
Freelance reporter Frederike Geerdink, based in the city of Diyarbakir, tweeted as her house was searched by police. She was later released.
Turkey and its Western allies call the Kurdish rebel PKK group “terrorists”.