The new liberal youth mantra is ‘F**k [fill in the blank]’

The new liberal youth mantra is ‘F**k [fill in the blank]’

[Ed. – Contains profanity]

So this is what the left means by civility? You don’t like or approve of something, so you tell those who disagree with you to take a flier.

So far, the blank in “F**k _____” has been filled by yo’ (not to be confused with “your”) flag, by Black Friday, by France, and you white racist f**ks, offering up a double helping of the granddaddy of curse words.

The latest application, “F*ck your borders,” comes courtesy of students at the much-in-the-news University of California at Santa Barbara, where a “cadre of … students took to the quad Thursday to protest the participation of U.S. Customs and Border Protection recruiters at a campus job fair,” according to The College Fix. Protesters also chanted “f**k your walls” and “Hey hey, ho ho – CBP has got to go.”

A graduate student, Idalia Robles, is quoted as saying:

We do have undocumented students here on campus who are at potential risk. This is a very triggering event for people in those circumstances. There is no space on this campus for an organization that continues to threaten the safety of students.

Putting aside the entire question of whether so-called “undocumented students” have rights, Customs and Border Protection made it clear in an emailed statement in advance of the event:

Uniformed CBP staff will be on site with the sole purpose of providing students with
information about a broad range of career opportunities. The CBP personnel will be attending in a recruitment capacity.

CBP recently launched a national recruiting strategy to aggressively recruit women, minorities, veterans, and college students.

Current openings entail not only frontline law-enforcement positions, but also a variety of administrative, professional, and technical functions.

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer.


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