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Notes from Princeton Activists Show Coordination Between Campus Radicals and Outside Groups Aimed at Outfoxing University Administrators (Soros Funded)


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Columbia University protesters are training and coordinating with their peers around the country, notes show

Organizers of the Columbia University encampment advised activists at Princeton on how to take over their own campus, giving them tips on disrupting university operations and stressing that there is "safety in numbers," according to documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

 

The tips were dispensed last week during a meeting between Aditi Rao, a Ph.D. student at Princeton who has defended calls for intifada, and members of Columbia's encampment. Rao relayed the advice to her fellow Princeton activists in a strategy session last Saturday, notes from which were obtained by the Free Beacon.

The Columbia organizers had spent weeks hashing out a plan to kneecap the university's core functions and put administrators in an impossible position. If activists at Princeton wanted to pull off a similar coup, there were some things they should know.

Pick a site "that is public and that [the] University needs," Columbia's organizers advised, noting that they had targeted the quad where commencement takes place. "Don't pick the site of historic occupations," such as libraries or the president's office, since the university will simply move its operations to a "different building."

Finding the right target could take time, the organizers said. At Columbia, they were "planning for over a month."

The meeting notes, which have not been previously reported, are part of a tranche of documents that detail how a highly organized group of activists—including dozens of faculty—planned to paralyze Princeton by copying the Columbia playbook. Key to their strategy was the anticipated fecklessness of administrators, who at Columbia have refused to enforce their own deadlines to clear the encampment and, in past protests, would reinstate students within days of suspending them.

"Columbia thinks they will get suspensions cleared," notes from the meeting read.:snip:

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George Soros is paying student radicals who are fueling nationwide explosion of Israel-hating protests

George Soros and his hard-left acolytes are paying agitators who are fueling the explosion of radical anti-Israel protests at colleges across the country.

The protests, which began when students took over Columbia University’s Morningside campus lawn last week, have mushroomed nationwide.

Copycat tent cities have been set up at colleges including Harvard, Yale, Berkeley in California, the Ohio State University and Emory in Georgia — all of them organized by branches of the Soros-funded Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) — and at some, students have clashed with police.

The SJP parent organization has been funded by a network of non-profits ultimately funded by, among others, Soros, the billionaire left-wing investor.

 

USCPR provides up to $7,800 for its community-based fellows and between $2,880 and $3,660 for its campus-based “fellows” in return for spending eight hours a week organizing “campaigns led by Palestinian organizations.” They are trained to “rise up, to revolution.”

The radical group received at least $300,000 from Soros’ Open Society Foundations since 2017 and also took in $355,000 from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund since 2019.

 

It has three “fellows” who have been major figures in the nationwide protest movement.

Nidaa Lafi, a former president of the University of Texas Students for Justice in Palestine, was seen at an encampment at UT Dallas Wednesday making a speech demanding an end to the war in Gaza.:snip:

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Donors should reject Columbia, turn elsewhere

Columbia University has succumbed to the mob. Protesters have encamped on its grounds for the past week, disrupting its staff, faculty, and other students. Especially affected are Jewish staff, faculty, and students, who reasonably fear for their safety. 

The protesters have been demonstrating against Israel’s war in Gaza, demanding the university “divest” from Israel. By divest, they mean to cease any dispersing of university funds to Israeli businesses or those entities that participate in any way in the war. But their own slogans and actions show that many of them harbor a vicious hatred not just for Israeli policies but for Jewish people. :snip:

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Cry for free speech as pro-Palestine encampment spreads to Penn

As campus protests intensify over the war between Hamas and Israel, so do the tensions between free speech and antisemitism at Pennsylvania colleges.

On Thursday, the Penn Alumni Free Speech Alliance hosted Victoria Coates, former deputy national security advisor to former President Donald Trump, to talk about free speech and what the future holds.

Meanwhile, two blocks away, Penn students began to construct a “Gaza Solidarity Encampment,” copying other pro-Palestinian protesters elsewhere. Campus officials said they will respect peaceful protest and punish disruptive or violent actions. :snip:

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ASU Gaza Camp cleared, 69 arrests made, most not students or faculty: officials

On Saturday, 69 people were arrested at the Arizona State University trying to establish a Gaza Camp to demand the university divest itself from Israeli companies. 

An official with the university told 12 News, that most of the individuals that were attempting to set up the encampment were not part of ASU's student body, nor were they faculty. 

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'Contingency plan' discussed by Columbia Gaza camp protesters in case of 'police sweep': LWC video

Recent undercover footage of the Gaza Camp organizers at Columbia University revealed the activists discussing their "contingency plan" in case law enforcement conducts sweeps, as well as wanting to limit supportive politicians using the camp for "photo-ops." 

Commentator Steven Crowder posted his team's undercover video inside the private meeting. At the end of the meeting, the group repeats a proposal to have "no big press details with politicians." 

The group added that they won't "police the type of post" politicians make but will "accept the support." 

Earlier this month, students at Columbia University set up a "Liberated Zone" to protest the Israel-Hamas war. The group has vowed to remain on the university's main lawn until the school divests its finances from companies and institutions that work with Israel. :snip:

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One University's Warning to Entitled Students: 'Pro-Terrorism Protests Will Not Be Tolerated'

The University of Florida is setting strict boundaries for students who participate in pro-terrorism protests as the rise of anti-semitism hits college campuses. 

Officials at U of Florida issued a stern warning on Friday to pro-Hamas demonstrators, warning such behavior will not be tolerated or risk facing damaging consequences. 

According to a memo obtained by Fox Business, the university spelled out what is acceptable and what is not while still allowing students to express their freedom of speech. 

The guidelines permit peaceful protests, including verbal expressions of viewpoints and signs. However, tents, sleeping bags, amplified sound, protests inside campus buildings, threats, and violent behavior will immediately result in expulsion for the student. :snip:

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Anti-Israel protests cost colleges millions in property damage while major donors back out

Anti-Israel encampments and vandalism have targeted dozens of U.S. college campuses, costing millions of dollars in estimated damages as prominent donors pledge to no longer support the schools.

California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt, closed down its campus on Saturday "due to ongoing occupation of Siemens Hall and Nelson Hall, as well as continued challenges with individuals breaking laws in the area surrounding the buildings and the quad," the northern California public university said. Classes were moved online and students who live on campus are allowed to remain in their residence halls and in dining facilities, but they are not allowed on any other parts of campus. :snip:

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Comedy Gold: Flag Guy Has a Marvelous Wake-Up Call for UCLA Encampment Protesters

:snip:But some folks aren't taking this "movement" quietly and they're standing in the breach, and in some cases, right in the eye of the storm. One of those people is a guy known as "The Flag Guy," aka @TheFlagGuy, who has made a point of going to colleges with protests and waving an Israeli and American flag. Given the nuttiness that we've seen, you have to think that's a truly brave action to take in the leftist climate on campuses today. While he's gotten some angry reactions from the radicals, he's also received a lot of support from people thanking him for standing up for students and against this craziness. :snip:

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Entitled College Protestors Demand 'Amnesty' As They Await Consequences

As universities across the United States grapple with the escalating pro-terrorism protests, the pro-Hamas students are demanding special treatment as they await the fate of their consequences. 

Following a wave of arrests and suspensions, many students are demanding the universities grant them amnesty as they face the possibility of damaging academic and legal battles. 

Final exams, financial aid, and graduation are on the line for students who have participated in the encampments on college campuses and harassed Jewish students. :snip:

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Dem Fundraising Platform ActBlue Takes a Cut of Donations to Michigan State University’s Anti-Israel Tent Encampment

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Student protesters created the "Hurriya Coalition" to demand MSU divest from companies that do business with Israel, which they accused of conducting "death, destruction, and genocide" through the "US/Israel war machine" and its "occupation" of Gaza.

A fundraiser organized by the Progressive Caucus of Mid Michigan on ActBlue’s website helped raise donations to prop up the anti-Israel encampment. The donation page pleaded: "Support our Student Activists! Please help us feed and house our campers!"

MSU protesters credited outside donations for keeping morale high at the encampment, the State News recounted. Donations included blankets, mattress toppers, coffee, and snacks.

"That was very helpful," Cara Mack, a journalism and international relations student, said about the donations. "I actually slept on a, like, four-inch mattress pad. So honestly, I can’t complain. It was a little cold, but I was with my friends."

The encampment included Palestinian and Lebanese flags, Tahajjud prayers, and a "teach-in" on the Israel-Hamas war. Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D.), who refused to condemn separate Michigan protesters who chanted "death to Israel" and "death to America," touted the MSU encampment in a post to Instagram.

This comes after a George Soros-funded dark money group used ActBlue to bankroll "Free Palestine" protesters who blocked major airports, highways, and bridges in April. The fundraiser, organized by A15 and Community Justice Exchange, remains on ActBlue’s website and proceeds are going to a legal bail fund for those arrested during the "blockades." ActBlue similarly received a "transaction fee" from those donations as well.

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Anti-Israel protests begin at UW-Madison, Milwaukee

Add the University of Wisconsin to the list of schools experiencing anti-Israel protests.

Groups of students began to gather Monday on the campuses in Madison and Milwaukee, joining pro-Hamas groups on campuses across the country after the terrorist organization invaded Israel in October, killing more than 1,000 men, women and children and taking hundreds hostage.

Reports from the protest in Madison say the crowd chanted “From the river to the sea,” a mantra that essentially means eliminating Israel. Some in the crowd carried signs that read “Divest from genocide” and “Be free Palestine.”

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Shocking footage shows inside the trashed Columbia University hall occupied by pro-Palestine protesters after riot cops raid that saw 100 arrested: Police to patrol the campus for THREE WEEKS

Columbia University protesters smashed windows, upended furniture and caused damage throughout Hamilton Hall during the occupation before police stormed the campus and arrested more than 100 protestors Tuesday night.

Around 40 protesters were arrested on the first floor of the building after police swooped just after 9pm ending the pro-Palestine encampment that stretched on for nearly two weeks and included students taking over the hall. 

Pictures and video taken of the aftermath show the hall's trashed interior strewn with activists' belongings.

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NYPD release video showing professional 'protest consultant' at Columbia University

The New York City Police Department released a video showing a professional "protest consultant" who was seen on other social media videos instructing a mob of anti-Israel agitators as they took over Hamilton Hall at Columbia University overnight Monday.

 

New York City Mayor Eric Adams spoke about outside agitators during a press conference Tuesday evening.

"What should have been a peaceful protest, it has basically been co-opted by professional outside agitators. We were extremely cautious about releasing our intel information because our goal was to ensure the safety of the students, the faculty, and without destruction to property," Adams said. "We have sounded the alarm several times before about external actors who attempted to hijack this private protest."

Adams and members of his administration shared information about the outside actors who were creating "serious public safety issues" at the protests.:snip:

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Valin
4 minutes ago, Geee said:

They are just asking for JDL2.0 to come back, with automatic weapons and  a SEROUS  Attitude Problem.

Actually That Is What The Leaders want. Remember The Issue is not The Issue. The issue is The Revolution.

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5 minutes ago, Geee said:

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University of Fla. they set up an encampment. The administration turned on the lawn sprinklers.

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