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Can one even contemplate this generation’s response, if by some magical moment they went back in time to the year December 7th 1941, and imagine for a moment a 19-year old of that generation facing that moment in history, now fast forward back to this politically correct “bubble-wrapped” generation, where “free speech zones” and trauma rooms with teddy bears are now a vital part of campus life, hard to imagine isn’t it?

There’s little doubt that 19-year kid of 1941 would be astounded if he came face to face with his counterpart of 2016, who apparently is so traumatized at the prospect of sharing their campus with police officers attempting to keep the peace during the RNC, that Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland along with the university president have decided to shut down the entire campus, so as not to traumatized the students further.

Barbara Snyder

Campus President Barbara Snyder apparently felt the need to apologize to the students stating;

“[I]n answering the city’s convention request, we failed to give adequate consideration to the impact the decision would have on members of our community—in particular students staying in residence halls near the buildings housing the officers.”

Student Shannon Groll wrote; “I am scared and concerned for students of color, queer* and trans* students and all university community members at the mercy of an arbitrarily expanded police force without clear oversight or attachment to the community, please, protect CWRU as a safe space for all bodies.”


Keith Fitch another student wrote: “I am deeply troubled by the presence – even temporarily – of a militarized police force on the CWRU campus,” the number one priority for an educational institution is to guarantee a safe environment for its students, faculty, and staff.”

So how did the university handle these cry baby students in the end?

Classes will now be held off-campus next week, on-campus summer camps have been rescheduled, and students who live on campus or are staying on campus for the summer will receive help finding alternate accommodations.

This should teach them a great lesson in life. Pout and you'll get what you want little fellas.

There’s little doubt that the “greatest generation” would be astounded by today’s youth, and let’s all hope that history will never repeats itself!

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