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Portland State University Will Shut Down Political Activity If It’s ‘Triggering’

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Portland State University bureaucrats are doing a great job demonstrating how overblown concerns about the emotional security of students can quickly lead to blanket censorship of constitutionally-protected political speech. Administrators told a conservative student that his political protest could "trigger" a negative reaction from others—as such, he was prevented from continuing with his plans.

Student Christian Britschgi had the idea to create a fake "murder-free zone" to criticize the logic behind self-described "gun-free zones." Britschgi's thinking is that a gun-free designation wouldn't stop a criminal—someone intent on committing violence—from carrying a gun into such a place, just as the creation of a murder-free zone wouldn't make anyone more or less safe from being murdered. Killers don't obey signs.

Regardless of what one thinks about the idea, Britschgi has an ironclad right to advertise it to his campus. College is exactly the sort of place where people with different ideas about gun laws should be allowed to make an attempt to convince one another.

University administrators disagreed. They called the flyers promoting Britschgi's murder-free zone "libelous" and "triggering," according to Fox News:

"Our advisor signed off on our proposal quickly at first but became skeptical after she saw the nature of the content," Britschgi said.

Upon further review, Britschgi said, school officials determined the proposal could be "libelous," "triggering" and cause people to attack them.

Britschgi provided additional details to The College Fix:

Our adviser called her supervisor out of a meeting he was in, and had us explain once more what we were tabling for. His response was even more negative, and his warnings even more extreme: Our "murder-free zone" posters were not only triggering, but "libelous" and dangerous.

With no degree of irony, the supervisor claimed our posters were so inflammatory that they could get us physically attacked by another student.  Apparently there exists a large number of pro-murder partisans at Portland State.

Administrators eventually succeeded in putting up enough hurdles to get the event postponed, at least temporarily. This is a serious blow to free speech on campus by way of a presumed heckler's veto. Officials essentially told Britschgi that his constitutionally-protected speech was so inflammatory that it could put him in danger. For his own safety, he was muzzled.

Administrative deference to the protection of feelings and emotions creates a climate of censorship on campus, and here is the proof. When a college deems it necessary to prevent some students from expressing mildly controversial ideas because other students are emotionally incapable of handling them—and could even react violently!—it's no longer college. It's not even a nursery school. It's an insane asylum.

The Onion was right.

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181 responses to “Portland State University Will Shut Down Political Activity If It’s ‘Triggering’

  1. How could “Murder-Free Zone” be libelous, unless the campus is not a murder-free zone?

    1. Must some murders have occurred and were supported by the university administration.

      1. It’s libelous because of what it implies. As prosecutors in New York have boldly recognized, all triggering speech, including especially any form of excessively deadpan parody or satire that has the potential of harming a reputation, must be eradicated from our campuses. See the documentation of America’s leading criminal satire case at:

        http://raphaelgolbtrial.wordpress.com/

  2. Who else would an asylum hold?

    1. The whole world according to Wonko the Sane.

      1. High time I reread the trilogy.

      2. The whole Fenchurch thing made me sad 🙁 YOU’RE TRIGGERING ME!

    2. Asylum seekers?

  3. Worst.

    Picture for Alt Text.

    EVAR.

    But thanks for including Alt Text….but THAT pic was the “best” you could do?

    Come on, Rico – you mailin’ it in, bruh?

    1. I Binged “unbridled insanity” and got this…..

      http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/ch…..-wallpaper

    2. I’ll say that doing a goole image search for “pure unbridled insanity” produces results that are fittingly eclectic and nonsensical, though the individual pictures seem light on the “insanity”.

      1. Yeah, I found it….delightful.

    3. Look, I hear ‘ya. But okay. I didn’t want just some generic crazy-looking person. This gal, she has a cupcake on her head, and she’s just loving life. It’s more subtly disturbing, isn’t it? I don’t know. Maybe it’s just me.

      1. I’m sure if I had your beautiful hair, the idea of putting anything on my head that could potentially muss it up would strike me as pretty insane too.

        Hats must terrify you.

        1. True.

        2. Damn, Irish, way to suck up.

          1. It’s not sucking up to state a fact. For example, when people tell me “Golly, Irish, in addition to your staggering intellect you have rock hard abs! You’re like William Wordworth with gigantic biceps!” they aren’t ‘sucking up,’ so much as they’re accurately assessing reality.

            1. Whatever. You already made his Twitter feed. You can give it a rest now.

              1. You’re just jealous I’m Robby’s favorite and all you got is ENB.

                Has ENB ever been called a rape apologizing idiot by Jezebel? Yeah, I didn’t think so.

                I’m aspiring to become Charles C.W. Cooke’s favorite, but he’s an aloof Brit and has rebuffed my advances.

                1. You need to spend a few weeks in Costa Rica.

              2. “‘”A Reason Commenter””

                I think the lack of proper attribution is horribly unfair.

                1. Agreed. I don’t understand why the hat tips are so stingy either.

      2. You were supposed to use the “screwball” animated gif!

        1. Robby’s too young to have any clue what you’re talking about.

      3. *give Rico the old shoulder chuck cause you’re trying*

      4. This gal, she has a cupcake on her head, and she’s just loving life. It’s more subtly disturbing, isn’t it?

        That’s a cupcake? I thought it was a large cup of ketchup.

        1. “”” I thought it was a large cup of ketchup.””

          Group of men in white clothes approaches Trshmnstr very carefully, smiling, holding restraints

      5. Jessica Lange in AHS’s Asylum would be good – after she got committed:

        http://24.media.tumblr.com/8e8…..o1_500.gif

  4. Only freedom of screech is protected anymore. Freedom of speech is an obsolete whip wielded by the white, Confederate-flag wearing, patriarchy.

    1. +whistles “Dixie”*

      1. Racist!

        1. Ye gods, you’re right. Need to ban that song, too.

          1. *whistles “Suwannee River”….tentatively…*

            1. Too late, already banned.

              1. *whistles past a graveyard….FILLED WITH CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS, LOUSY FULL OF CONFEDERATE FLAGS ON GRAVESTONES AND STUFF*

                1. There are dead Confederate soldiers buried all over. They need to be dug up and exiled. No, they need to be dug up, revived, punished, then exiled.

        2. Abe Lincoln requested that Dixie be played on the White House lawn after Appomattox, and said he’d always liked the song. I’m pretty sure that means we have to denounce him as a racist too, and take his face off the five-dollar bill and his name off of any schools named for him. Not to mention that big white building at the end of Memorial Bridge.

          1. At least their is a silver lining here.

          2. And, of course, he was a racist. So he’s got to go, too.

  5. We as a society have lost all grip on reality. I think it’s because life is hard, and we don’t want it to be. So we make up a world where it isn’t and retreat into it. Then we get mad when anyone says or does anything that threatens our castle in the sky.

    We don’t need the machines – we’ve created our own Matrix.

    1. I think it’s because life is hard

      Perhaps life isn’t as hard as it used to be and it gives all these wusses too much time to create stupid rules.

      1. The brain requires conflict. When there isn’t enough in your daily life, your brain creates conflict. See eating disorders and other first world problems.

  6. You know who else “shut down political activity”….

    1. Wisconsin?

    2. Jesus when he put the Centurion’s ear back on?

    3. John McCain and Russ Feingold?

    4. God, when he threw Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden?

    5. The Golden Girls?

      Oh, no wait, I thought you typed something else. My bad.

    6. Alice Cooper with that weird makeup?

  7. Wait…that’s the craziest picture you could find?

    http://comics212.net/wp-conten…..CF0608.jpg

    Not that?

    All you had to do was google Japan.

    1. Too triggering

    2. That 2nd link is to tentacle porn, isn’t it.

      1. No. Weirder.

        1. Actually it might be the precursor to live action tentacle porn. We don’t know what happened after that picture was taken.

  8. So… libelous. I’d love to hear the thinking behind that.

    1. I’m thinking they’re randomly picking out words from a legal dictionary. When they get challenged on libelous, they’ll throw out an “ipso facto!”.

      1. “Your honor, I declare that statement to be a slanderous mistrial.”

      2. The sign is libelous because the mens rea is res ipsa loquitor, per se! The verdict is precedent because the res judicata slanders the penumbra of the sign.

        1. Quad erat demontratum or something!

          Pax vobiscum, toot uncommon, super serial!

            1. People who record things off of the tv with their eyephones and then post them on youtube should be hunted down and beaten.

      3. So…they’re Bo?

    2. The school is not a murder-free zone and it’s damaging their reputation for people to claim otherwise? That’s my understanding of how libel works…

  9. Your right to swing an offensive protest sign ends at my delicate eyeballs.

    1. s/at/within range of/

  10. Since proggies cannot control their violent tendencies you are no longer allowed to express a contrary opinion. They’re stifling your speech for your own good. See?

    1. In essence that seems to be exactly what they’re saying. That progtards are so incapable of exercising the slightest modicum of self control that expressing contrary opinions around them is so dangerous they have to censor you for your own good. Because expecting them to act like adults is just asking too much. You can’t make this shit up.

      1. Well, you CAN, but they keep getting there before you….

    2. Exactly. Now, let’s get on with destroying our enemies’ shops, burning anything that smacks of their culture, eliminating due process, concentrating all power in the hands of the executive, etc. But, you know, not in a Nazi kind of way.

      1. No, no …. but rather in a loving, caring, sharing big brotherly authoritarian kind of way. Right?

  11. “Libelous” – they keep saying that word, but it doesn’t mean what they think it means.

    There are two threshold issues in libel:

    (1) Is the statement false? Unless the campus is not, in fact, a murder-free zone, the signs can’t be libelous.

    (2) Does the false statement damage someone’s reputation? So, if the statement “murder-free zone” is false, does asserting that the campus is a murder-free zone hurt the campus’s reputation? Hard to see how.

    I’m guessing that the real problem here is administrators with room-temperature IQs.

    1. You act like they care what the law actually says and means.

      With cops its “You can beat the rap but you can’t beat the ride.”
      With bureaucrats its “You can beat the fine, but you can’t beat the legal fees.”
      With administrators its “You can beat the prohibition, but you can’t beat the indefinite waiting period.”

      1. With the revolution it’s “You can pass laws and issue orders all day, but woodchipper gonna chip”.

    2. Yeah, by alleging libel, they seem to be suggesting that most of their recruitment/reputation is based on their reputation as a murder zone…

  12. It strikes me that there is a pattern of University Admin types apparently deliberately courting lawsuits that their institution is sure to lose. Is it possible that they get some kind of obscure sexual gratification thereby?

    That, or they are dumb as posts.

    1. Dumb as posts. Middling nincompoops that couldn’t even succeed in an HR position.

      1. If you can’t do, teach, if you can’t teach, coach, if you can’t coach, become an HR drone, if you can’t be an HR drone, become a college administrator or bureaucrat, if you can’t handle that become a politician.

        1. Actually, in my experience, college administrators of the type that become notorious in this manner are mostly failed faculty; too dull to be popular, to lazy to publish, their talent lies in the petty political squabbles of academia, and so they rise to the to the top like the turds they are. If there is a halfway decent administrator at the college, they are held down to the level of Provost or Dean. In the absence on one they stink up the entire campus. Some even go on to National prominancd, like Wilson, whose Baroque idiocy lamded us in one World War that was none of our goddamned business (though he had help from the Kaiser, another idiot), and ensured a second, worse, war that we HAD to fight because we’d meddled in the first one.

    2. They’re scared to death of campus progs.

    3. Since it’s a state university, I’m guessing the more money they waste on frivolous lawsuits the more taxpayer money they’ll get. And if any taxpayers deserve a cashectomy, it’s those in a state full of progressives.

    4. I think paying the settlement money months to years down the line is easier than fighting back against derp-mob

  13. Okay, taking a poll: Per tradition, what one sentence will our conservative fellow travelers take out of context from Robby’s unobjectionable post in order to declare that he’s a socially signaling uber liberal?

    I think it’s this one:

    “Regardless of what one thinks about the idea”

    What do you mean ‘regardless of what one thinks about the idea,’ Robby? Are you saying making fun of gun free zones isn’t legitimate?

    You fucking progtard SJW. Your social signaling disgusts me.

    1. But The Dreaded Cosmos are everywhere, Irish! EVERYWHERE!!

      /derp

    2. Haha, thanks. And I know you’re kidding, but I’m actually a fan of the “gun-free zones make no logical sense whatsoever” argument.

      1. JUST WHAT A COSMO WOULD SAY!!!!!1111

        STONE HIM!!!!!

        /fulfilling the Irish prophecy

        1. He’s probably already stoned and getting ready for some mexican ass-sex.

    3. I’m going with this:

      “When a college deems it necessary to prevent some students from expressing MILDLY controversial ideas..”

      What constitutes a mildly controversial idea on an uber-liberal campus – reading National Review in public?

      1. And who is going to define “mildly?”

        hmmmm

      2. I read NRO in public… unapologetically! But I do tend to quickly scroll past inflammatory headlines, because when I’m out in public enjoying myself the last thing I want is having to deal with someone else and their opinions.

  14. Careful, Robby. You’re going to incur the wrath of Feiel for daring to write about something other than the Drug War.

    1. Dumbest concern troll ever

      1. Concern trolls were better when Postrel was running REASON

        1. Of course they were, because Postrel as the head concern troll mandated strict quality control.

        2. Damn straight

  15. Why didn’t they go with “Rape Free” zone? Too triggering, I suppose.

    1. That WOULD be libelous. Any man walking into the zone would show the sign to be false because merely having a penis=rape.

      1. I can’t help it, I just like to see where all it fits. Is that a crime?!

        1. Is this you?

    2. They were afraid STEVE SMITH would happen upon them and read it as “Free Rape” zone. It’s an understandable fear.

      1. STEVE SMITH DYSLEXIC. IT KIND OF PROBLEM. STEVE SMITH ORIGINALLY JUST REALLY LIKE PEARS.

        1. ALL START WHEN DYSLEXIC HTIMS EVETS WRITE DOWN GOLF SCORE AS “RAP-E” INSTEAD E-PAR” – MEAN “EVEN PAR”…..

          /long story not so short

        2. DYSLEXIC STEVE SMITH READ SIGN AS “FREE RAPE ZONE”

  16. Just once I wish students at these universities would protest some prog event and demand it be stopped on the grounds that it is triggering and could result in someone getting their head bashed in. Unfortunately, that would probably result in the protester getting arrested instead.

    1. I thought this too. As much as I’d hate to seem as wimpy as they are, if I were a student now, I’d be tempted to steal a page from their playbook and claim to be triggered by their derpitude to the point where I’d throw a tantrum until the college agreed to anything I ask for. Of course, I have a penis, so I’d probably just get a false rape charge for my trouble.

  17. “‘College is an asylum for the insane.””

    One, is there another kind of “asylum”? or is that just gratuitous and redundant

    Second…. you’re only coming to this conclusion *now*?

    1. I need moar repetitious redundancy like a need another hole in the head! – Gabby Giffords

    2. One, is there another kind of “asylum”?

      Political?

          1. SPELL CHECK FOR SISSIES! RAPE FOR SASQUATCH! AND STEVE SMITH!

      1. I’m also really disappointed no one caught me on “Gratuitous…. AND redundant?”

    3. “Asylum,” not counting the political definition, means a place where people with physical or mental impairments are cared for. So, for instance, there were asylums for people with TB.

      1. And an Ass Sylum is where lots of skank bitches hole up, right?

      2. True. But the last person to use the term that way, also jumped on his velocipede so that he might reach the evening promenade on time to catch the Great Bernielli Brothers play the latest Stephen Foster parlor song on the hurdy-gurdy.

      3. yeah, whatever, take it up with Dictionary.com

        the origin seems to be specific to “mental”

        if something is “an asylum” its specifically implied to be for teh crazies
        being granted “asylum” is a state-of-being

        1. The word not only means what I said in English, it literally comes from the Greek (via Latin) word for sanctuary.

    4. Oh Gil, of course there are. Where do you get your orphans? I get mine at the at the orphan asylum. There were also asylums for lepers and the deaf, but those aren’t fashionable any more.

      1. “Where do you get your orphans?”

        I farm them organically by working their parents to an early death in my Fracking Mines. I hate store-bought.

        1. I don’t think that’s how fracking works. So you aren’t the HnR owner of the Spice mines of Kessel, I am disappoint.

          1. “‘I don’t think that’s how fracking works””

            Shhhhh!! Don’t let anyone know! I’ve been getting away with it for decades. Its 100X dirtier and uses only exploited human labor.

            1. ” exploited human labor.”

              Is there any other kind?

              /Carl Marks

    5. Yes there is, given that the meaning of “asylum” isn’t “loony bin,” but “refuge.” As in when we give political refugees “asylum.”

  18. “Administrators told a conservative student that his political protest could “trigger” a negative reaction from others?as such, he was prevented from continuing with his plans.”

    People need permission in advance before speaking?

    1. Feel that liberty, feel it course through your veins, it burns doesn’t it?

      1. Liberty is a trigger word.

        1. That is worship word! Yang worship! You will not speak it!

  19. Is this Maine or Oregon? Either way I don’t care.

  20. Just another vehicle to forestall even the suggestion of the the possibility of the existence of dissent so that the indoctrination of young minds may proceed, uninterrupted.

  21. “the supervisor claimed our posters were so inflammatory that they could get us physically attacked by another student.”

    Or by the administration itself, which is really the point.

    Shame if something were to happen to you while you were trying to point out that the Emperor Wears No Clothes.

    1. “the supervisor claimed our posters were so inflammatory that they could get us physically attacked by another student.”

      I would take the bet if I were the student.

    2. Even for bullshit that pretext is Bullshit. It’s about as credible as, “if you hang those posters, explosive pink butterflies might fly out of someone’s ass and kill bystanders.”

      It doesn’t even approach making sense. “Someone is going to be so outraged by the not entirely clear message regarding murder-free zones it might provoke them into insensate rage and they will seek you out and assault you”?

  22. A nation of fags

    1. That’s a nation of FAQs, to you.

  23. “It’s not even a nursery school. It’s an insane asylum.”

    Indeed it is.

    Max Stirner pointed out years ago that the asylum is actually much broader than that:

    “Is not all the stupid chatter of (e.g.) most of our newspapers the babble of fools who suffer from the fixed idea of morality, legality, Christianity, etc., and only seem to go about free because the madhouse in which they walk takes in so broad a space?

    Touch the fixed idea of such a fool, and you will at once have to guard your back against the lunatic’s stealthy malice. For these great lunatics are like the little so-called lunatics in this point too ? that they assail by stealth him who touches their fixed idea. They first steal his weapon, steal free speech from him, and then they fall upon him with their nails. Every day now lays bare the cowardice and vindictiveness of these maniacs, and the stupid populace hurrahs for their crazy measures. “

  24. I can never tell for sure, but I think there was some rape apologist-ing in this article, too. That’s like all Soave ever publishes.

  25. I see their point. If it was a sign talking about rape-free zones, that could be triggering to rape victims. “Murder-free zones” are probably, in a similar fashion, triggering to murder victims.

    1. +1 zombie

    2. Isn’t the word triggering a trigger?

      I once mis-fired a gun and got my thumb stuck in the uh …. (runs away, sobbing.)

      1. Thumb, finger. Your methods may vary. Blergh.

      2. You asked:
        http://everydayfeminism.com/20…..riggering/

        1. Wow. That site is like an an illustrated guide to everything wrong with feminists.

        2. Absolutely. Anything.

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  28. George Orwell was correct when he said:

    “Threats to freedom of speech, writing and action, though often trivial in isolation, are cumulative in their effect and, unless checked, lead to a general disrespect for the rights of the citizen.”

    These, an other, university administrators are bred from the same type of evil as the totalitarians that Orwell very well understood. This issue is beyond liberal. Far too much of education is morally corrupt and ineffective. Which brings up another great Orwell quote:

    “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face?forever.”

    1. “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face?forever.”

      When some of your neighbors imagine it, they get aroused.

  29. This is just one of many ways that the liberal intelligentsia use to suppress dissent. I can remember when colleges were supposed to be places for free discussion — back before the New Left took over.

    1. Nobody seems to give a shit that the places conservatives hang out–churches–are hardly places of robust inquiry and free speech.

      1. Because the First Amendment totes applies to private actors and organizations.

        1. Way to duck that issue!

      2. “Nobody seems to give a shit that the places conservatives hang out–churches–are hardly places of robust inquiry and free speech.”

        Because they are places of faith based worship and indoctrination, and so people don’t expect “free speech” there.

        Few people are hip to the fact that Universities have been turned into similar places of faith based worship for the Progressive Theocracy. When they do, they’ll stop expecting free speech there.

      3. I suspect most churches have more free speech than most colleges, though probably not during the actual services. That would be the equivalent of complaining about a lack of free speech during college lectures.

        1. It’s just not fair how the NAACP doesn’t let Klan leaders speak during its meetings, right?

      4. This has to be performance art. Nobody could be this stupid.

      5. The plethora of splinters of Christian denominations demonstrates that, in the private sector, when part of a group’s ideas differ from another faction within a group, and they can’t reconcile them, they just go start their own group. You know, like libertarians want.

        1. Mah stars! Awl ah problems will be sahlved!!

  30. I’d recommend writing up a legally binding document that would be the law of land and would guarantee everyone in the nation protection from the kind of politically aspiring lunatics our institutions of “higher learning” have been churning out, except for we already tried that one.

  31. Please completely disregard my last comment: Until this country experiences a healthy regime change commenting on anything, anytime, anywhere in any tone is entirely unsafe.

    1. Don’t fear the Chipper.

  32. Also disregard that last comment. And this one, too.

    1. OK, OK, OK!

    2. People who fail to disregard your comments should be taken out back and shot!

  33. The State of Oregon is an asylum for the insane, and the inmates are running it.

  34. So he should come right back at them with “So if you’re insisting that a murder free zone sign could get me murdered, does that mean you agree that gun free zone signs attract people intending to use guns to commit acts of violence?”

    1. OK. We can put that to use. SEX FREE ZONE.

  35. I wonder about cli-triggering. Remove the hyphen for clarity.

  36. Britschgi’s thinking is that a gun-free designation wouldn’t stop a criminal?someone intent on committing violence?from carrying a gun into such a place, just as the creation of a murder-free zone wouldn’t make anyone more or less safe from being murdered. Killers don’t obey signs.

    Gun-free zones themselves have provided more-than-ample, graphic demonstrations of his thesis. Poor kid hasn’t realized yet that logic and reason are of no avail when battling progressives.

    1. Britschgi’s thinking is that a gun-free designation wouldn’t stop a criminal?someone intent on committing violence?from carrying a gun into such a place, just as the creation of a murder-free zone wouldn’t make anyone more or less safe from being murdered. Killers don’t obey signs.

      Rapists too, right? Surely this means that Britschgi will make sure campus rape crisis feminists understand too that “Rapists don’t obey signs” and will have every idiotic “teach men not to rape” sign removed from campus?

    2. “Poor kid hasn’t realized yet that logic and reason are of no avail when battling progressives.”

      Great work singling out progressives for a lack of logic and reason, you monkey-humping, laundry-worshipping, birther buffoon.

  37. I’m beginning to wonder why no one is concerned about college students’ apparently quick predilection to becoming violently angry.

  38. Perhaps we’re overlooking that a student could have a relative or friend that is attending Virginia Tech or Kent State, and would be triggered because they could only get into the murder free zone known as Portland State?

  39. One tenet of First Amendment case law is that free speech cannot be restrained based on someone else’s possible negative reaction to it. It called “prior restraint”.

  40. This policy is triggering to me. Which by rule means I can stop them from publicly enforcing it.

  41. “With no degree of irony, the supervisor claimed our posters were so inflammatory that they could get us physically attacked by another student. Apparently there exists a large number of pro-murder partisans at Portland State.”

    She deserves a medal just for that observation alone! It will be interesting to see what sorts of penalties the administration lands upon the heads of anyone questioning its new ban on smoking, vaping, or chewing.

    – MJM

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