America’s college campuses are in a state of complete meltdown —  at least in the blue states, where administrators are catering to the whims of America-hating, evil, radical people. 

The question everyone is asking right now is an easy question: Why are these students — the most privileged people in the history of the world, no skill set, no problems — LARPing as terrorists and standing for murderous groups like Hamas, Hezbollah, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and the like? Why are they overtly chanting anti-Semitic slogans? Why are they doing all of this? 

 The answer is very simple. They want revolution. 

Gary Saul Morson, a professor at Northwestern University, wrote an interesting book titled “Wonder Confronts Uncertainty,” which is about the history of Russian literature. But what the book is really about is what he describes as a Russian type: the revolutionary, typically from a well-off background but in love with destruction for its own sake.

Mikhail Bakunin, a very famous nineteenth-century anarchist, once said, “The urge to destroy is also a creative urge.” Then, in 1918, a Russian poet named Alexander Blok wrote an essay titled “The Intelligentsia and the Revolution” in which he argued that violence is an antidote to the “boredom, the triviality” of regular life, adding it will “make everything over …  change our false, boring, hideous life … This is called revolution.”

But Revolutionaries cannot succeed without mainstream support. During the lead-up to the Russian Revolution, the so-called constitutional Democratic Party openly cheered and encouraged terrorists, even fundraising for them. After a massive terrorist attack in 1906, the party leader said, “Condemned terror? Never. That would mean the moral death of the party.”

Naturally, when the Bolsheviks actually won, they killed or arrested all the leading members of the Constitutional Democratic Party.

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When it comes to our radicals, nothing has changed. These are bored middle- to upper-class kids, privileged by a system that has handed them everything, including admission to our top universities, but given them no mission by their parents or by their society, other than to “find themselves.” They’ve been told that they are the smartest and brightest, the people who are going to lead us to the future. 

But they’ve been given no actual set of values. 

So they go to campus and meet fellow revolutionaries and revolutionary professors who are also incredibly privileged and inform them that the system that has given them their privilege is corrupt and evil, and they feel guilty.

Then, the only way to alleviate that guilt is to join the revolution, to cosplay oppression. So they have to find a revolutionary cause and LARP as revolutionaries oppressed by the system and dissociate from their privilege. They have to join the mass of the supposedly “oppressed.”

What’s going on at these campuses seems like LARPing: live action role playing. And maybe these idiots will go on to integrate into more mainstream institutions, which they then destroy and corrupt from the inside. 

After all, that has been the formula for the last several decades, and it has absolutely destroyed major American institutions, from universities to businesses. The radicals went into traditional American society. Instead of being shaped by those institutions, they shaped them.

But there is, in fact, a darker and more violent path. That is the path where the LARPing for terrorism doesn’t actually just stop at taking over campus buildings or assaulting Jewish students. That’s the path where a few acts of violence blossom out, and the real revolution occurs through violence. 

That has happened before in American history. In 1971 and 1972, there were five bombings a day in the United States. Groups ranging from the Black Panthers to the Symbionese Liberation Army to the Weather Underground engaged in violent terrorism every day. 

A possible prediction for the United States is both paths. The radicals will continue to be admitted to the halls of power on the one hand, and on the other, they will increasingly engage in violence, all while humored by the Democratic Party.


What is Joe Biden doing about this? Miguel Cardona, the Secretary of Education, was asked in a recent House hearing: If he could remove the funding from a school that refused to comply with Title VI. In other words, if you wanted to get the administration to enforce Title VI — which says you cannot be harassed or intimidated on a college campus on account of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, etc. —  could the government threaten withdrawal of student funding? Cardona answered yes, of course; if a school refused to comply with Title VI, the government would remove federal dollars.

But they’re not doing that. They’re not even threatening to do that. Why? Because the Biden administration is in the same position as the original Constitutional Democratic Party in Russia. They like patting the radicals on the head. They’ve been doing this since 2020, when Kamala Harris was talking about bailing out rioters in the middle of Black Lives Matter summer.

These terrible college students, people who believe truly evil things, will likely get more and more revolutionary. And a subset of them will not stop at building takeovers. All it takes is somebody to break the glass first.

So what exactly is going to break the glass? What’s going to move these people from taking over campus buildings to committing bombings?

It could be as simple as something like Donald Trump winning the 2024 election. Student protesters were rioting in 1968, but it took Richard Nixon’s election to push those protesters underground and then into overt acts of routine terrorism.

Given that the entire Left has now deemed Trump a fascist threat to the United States, would it truly be that shocking if the same students now barricading themselves inside administration buildings on behalf of actual terrorist groups like Hamas decided to ratchet up their “intifada” to the next level?

No, that would not be shocking at all.


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