Reality check: The students understand what has changed. Their spineless, punching bag, by contrast, is barely avoiding Code Blue.
It has such a stagey feel. Canada does not have a history of race-based slavery as a driver of the economy. Most black people in Canada have a family history of coming here as immigrants like everyone else.
Yes, racism exists and it matters. A really good example of it is black students insisting on having a black counsellor in principle, whatever the issue, which is a form of apartheid.
Watch how happy the adminbot will be once she can cave to their demands, just to keep tax money flowing down her particular sinkhole. The entitled students know their victim.
The main thing to see is why: The humanities are no longer disciplines; that kind of crap went out when post-modernism and deconstruction came in. They are now nurseries for ‘crats.
Later, the rampaging students will probably go on to “help” and “empower” others into positions where they are – for the most part – government dependents themselves.
Safety consists in joining the parade of victims. True, there will soon be only a few left watching. Those few may well be assaulted. They must be the perps, right?
No one is the villain. Jobs to China and AI mean that the world doesn’t “need” a lot of people here the way it used to. The way it once needed short order cooks, fishermen, nurses, guys who would go down the mine, and highschool teachers who taught classical literature to people who thought they should know a bit of it.
The bigger the drama our new student class creates, the more clearly they advertise what has changed. For people who do not see themselves as victims, all that remains is to defend oneself against the coming onslaught of victim entitlement.
The main thing is to be a ‘crat on the coming victim farm.
See also: No, this is not the Sixties …
Why campus purges will get worse