University of Johannesburg students threatens lecturers – VIDEO

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University of Johannesburg students threatens lecturers

University of Johannesburg students threaten and intimidate senior lecturers from UJ in the street.

University of Johannesburg (UJ) students from 42 Ararat Street student commune after they were asked to please tone down the noise. The commune is source of ongoing unrest and problems.

The incident occurred on Saturday 14 May at approximately 16h00PM.

The couple who were attacked is Dutch foreign nationals. The husband is a chemistry professor and his wife is a medical doctor at the University of Johannesburg.

Students are telling the lecturer: “SHUTUP YOU F*-*-ING WHITE B*+*H.”

This is after they had thrown stones and bottles and after one of the UJ professors had been hit on the head.

JMPD were called as South African Police Service local cluster said noise pollution is not their problem. JMPD arrived two hours after being called.

The students were asked to tone down the noise, and as it was day time, became annoyed. It was an opportunity to take a simple request and turn it into a mockery of what the South African university students are. The shouting and swearing escalated into something unnecessary. Of course, the race was brought into the argument once again. It is the leftist behavior of students that cause racial tension to intensify. White people were once again the target of an incident that had nothing to do with race, and has become the basis for every argument.

It is the use of violent and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims. It is absolute nonsense, that educated people and should know how to behave. Threatening senior lecturers and assaulting people and shouting, “we are coming for you” is the start of a civil uprising.

Another shocking development at the University of Johannesburg is that “students” set an auditorium alight and caused 100 million rand worth in damages. This is downright a terrorist attack and UJ vowed that they will find the people responsible for the arson attack.
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