Feminist acts of violence in Colombian campus

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English translation of an official statement issued by Del Valle University (Cali, Colombia)

Source: https://www.facebook.com/notes/universidad-del-valle/universidad-del-valle-consejo-acad%C3%A9mico-condena-los-actos-violentos-del-pasado-1/10153826883799235

Del Valle University, 16th January 2016

The Academic Council condemns the acts of violence committed on the university campus on January 13th.

On January 13th, at 6:30 p.m., a group of hooded people threw a lethal device known as a papa explosiva (explosive potato) at the central administration building. Later, they distributed newsletters and spray-painted slogans, identifying themselves as Tejido Rebelde (Rebel Tissue/Fabric) and calling for feminist self-defense. The bomb exploded inside the office of the Vice-president of Investigation, and the blast wave seriously injured Sandra Juliana Toro, former director of the International Relations Office, a public servant who has enabled hundreds of university students to study on foreign campuses. Sandra Juliana was admitted to the Clínica de Occidente medical center with allegedly permanent ear injuries. Luckily, just minutes before the explosion, another woman had left the office. It is therefore just a coincidence that we are not lamenting the death or mutilation of another member of the university community.

The Academic Council wishes to show solidarity with Sandra Juliana Toro, to send her a message of encouragement and to condemn, vigorously, these acts of violence that make an attempt on the life of defenseless people, like the central administration staff or any other member of the university community. Nothing can justify these kinds of acts. The University is a center of culture, knowledge, peace-building and unconditional respect for life, where our youth is educated on society’s highest values, on the defense of democracy and respect for human rights and ethnic, racial and gender differences. Therefore, nothing could more alien to the university ethos than these acts of violence that damage the university. Let’s take into account that these days, in La Habana, the end of a 60-plus years conflict is being negotiated through dialogue; a conflict that has inflicted pain, death and bloodshed on Colombian society. Thus, the Academic Council finds it contradictory and incomprehensible, to say the least, that these groups continue to make use of violent action, especially considering that the student movement has recently shown political maturity: under MANE’s [Mesa Amplia Nacional Estudiantil, “National Student Board”] coordination, they have managed to bring governmental policies into question and even make them backtrack. Even more recently, they managed to draw the attention of both the government and the Cauca Valley’s society towards supporting the Hospital Universitario del Valle [Del Valle University Hospital]. On the contrary, several decades of violent expression by means of the tropel [“the horde”, a violent and riot-like protest, usually involving university students and police intervention] never extended past the Pasoancho district, and just achieved demobilization and tragic events like the death or mutilation of students and young police officers.

The feminist movement has historically been a peaceful, democratic, life-defending movement, and it gave society the most important counter-cultural revolution of modern history. Therefore, it is politically incongruous that these actions, that are claimed to be on behalf of women, ended up affecting, both physically and psychologically, a woman, of all things.

Besides this public condemnation and call for solidarity, the University will be reporting the personal injuries and damage to public property, as these actions go beyond political expression and fit within criminal legislation.

The Academic Council encourages the students, staff, professors, workers and women organizations to express their thoughts through politically vigorous actions, but always contributing to the building of a peace culture that is very necessary for the country and for those who coexist daily at Public University.

Cali, 15th January 2016

 

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El Ratel ("The Badger") has helplessly seen the rise of politically correct nonsense, inclusive language and feminist ideology in his native country, Spain. After getting in contact with the MRM and antifeminist ideas, his attempts to talk about it were met with disdain and disgust. That is why he adopted a secret identity and started doing what he does best: spreading information by means of writing and translation.

El Ratel ha presenciado el auge de las estupideces políticamente correcta, el lenguaje inclusivo y la ideología feminista en su país natal, España. Tras entrar en contacto con las ideas del Movimiento por los Derechos del Hombre y el antifeminismo, sus intentos por hablar de ello fueron recibidos con desdén y desprecio. Por eso, tomó la decisión de adoptar una identidad secreta y hacer lo que mejor se le da: difundir información a través de la escritura y la traducción.
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El Ratel

El Ratel ("The Badger") has helplessly seen the rise of politically correct nonsense, inclusive language and feminist ideology in his native country, Spain. After getting in contact with the MRM and antifeminist ideas, his attempts to talk about it were met with disdain and disgust. That is why he adopted a secret identity and started doing what he does best: spreading information by means of writing and translation.

El Ratel ha presenciado el auge de las estupideces políticamente correcta, el lenguaje inclusivo y la ideología feminista en su país natal, España. Tras entrar en contacto con las ideas del Movimiento por los Derechos del Hombre y el antifeminismo, sus intentos por hablar de ello fueron recibidos con desdén y desprecio. Por eso, tomó la decisión de adoptar una identidad secreta y hacer lo que mejor se le da: difundir información a través de la escritura y la traducción.

<span class="dsq-postid" data-dsqidentifier="153904 http://honeybadgerbrigade.com/?p=153904">7 comments</span>

  • “The feminist movement has historically been a peaceful, democratic, life-defending movement, and it gave society the most important counter-cultural revolution of modern history. Therefore, it is politically incongruous that these actions, that are claimed to be on behalf of women, ended up affecting, both physically and psychologically, a woman, of all things.”

    Lol. They throw bombs and they’re still defending them.

  • “The feminist movement has historically been a peaceful, democratic, life-defending movement, and it gave society the most important counter-cultural revolution of modern history.”

    First sentence, no it hasn’t. The white feather campaign which shamed innumerable boys around , under and over 16 to go and die in horrific ways to further their cause (where they could go and claim that females and feminists would never be responsible for such abhorrent loss of life, despite their DIRECT culpability for it), that’s before counting how their earlier and differently named parts were responsible for the fall of rome or the other incarnations of ‘female supremacy’ (moral supremacy, leading supremacy … whatever they all claim to be superior to males at some point).

    Second sentence, no they didn’t give rise to the most important counter cultural revolution of modern history, its a rehash of millennial old counter culture that has only ever resulted in the destruction of the societies it infests.

    Overall. Your continued defence of them is to support them. If you support them, you can’t cherry pick. You therefore agree with what they did and why. You are ‘nice feminist’ TM and are out as the bait to coerce more evenly minded into joining the ’cause’ so that some can go on to become these people that use violence. If you aren’t why make claims about them that you obviously didn’t and woundn’t research without their express approval? They are not historically life defending.

    • I guess they have their hands tied as a public university; they have to stick to the narrative. They condemn the incident and those responsible, and they encourage the victim, but at the same time they engage themselves in “Not All Feminists Are Like That”/No true Scotmans bullshit.

  • Well this should speed up the demise of feminism. Aneurysms all round for the funny hair brigade.

  • Easy now! If one dares to disagree with women, no matter how well-supported and commonsense too, it can mean only one thing: hatred.

    Believe that, and I have the largest diamond in the world to sell you, cheap too.

    The truth is not hatred, but oooh how it is hated.

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