I’m not 100 percent sure it wasn’t Jews that produced and distributed these fliers to get the spotlight back on them.
Anti-Semitic fliers were removed from Texas State’s San Marcos campus Friday, marking the fourth time university officials have had to address racially charged handouts found at the university since November.
University police found roughly four to five fliers around 1 a.m. Friday outside of the Albert B. Alkek Library, said Texas State spokesman Matt Flores.
“White man, are you sick and tired of the Jews destroying your country through mass immigration and degeneracy,” the flier reads, flanked by two swastikas, according to a photo obtained by mySA.com.
President Denise Trauth does not plan to make a statement regarding the fliers, Flores said, adding that she’s made it “quite clear” the nature of the handouts, and the ones before them, go against the “core values of what it’s like to be a Bobcat.”
Flores said an investigation has been opened to find who posted the fliers.
Since November, three other unauthorized and racially charged fliers were found on campus and led to multiple investigations. One day after Election Day, a flier was found on bathroom mirrors throughout the campus that called for the “arrest and torture” of “deviant university leaders spouting off all this diversity garbage.”
Trauth said she expected students to express their opinions with “civility and in a collegial manner.”
In December, another handout encouraged students to report undocumented immigrants to authorities. Trauth issued a reminder that students did not have to report anyone to immigration officials.
A flier calling for the “white man” to take their country back was discovered and Trauth tweeted that the staff was looking into the issue.
“I don’t know that you can stop it,” Flores said Monday, adding the university has been proactive.
May Olvera, a journalism junior at the university, told mySA.com she first saw the anti-Semitic fliers shared on Facebook by some of her Jewish friends who were “shocked and uncomfortable.” She said, despite the contents of the flier, each incident has served a purpose— “they’ve made people more alert and brought them together.”
You’ll notice that the university does not deny the truth about Jews, but rather follows the PC line that no nonwhite person’s feelings should ever be hurt.