(MassLive.com) It appears that Curry College — a small liberal arts college in Milton, Massachusetts — has become such a hotbed for “neo-Nazis” and hardcore “racists” that it’s warranted a full investigation by the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force:
The small private college in Milton said in February that two “bias-hate writings” — a swastika and a threat against Black community members — were discovered in men’s restrooms in a residence hall and the athletic field house.
Earlier in the year, other similar messages had appeared drawn in Curry facilities — only a week before the February incident, college administrators had held open listening sessions to discuss five similar incidents that had recently occurred. Among them was “hateful language” drawn in a laundry room on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Boston Globe reported.
According to Boston 25, at least a dozen swastikas were drawn across campus over three days in the end of January. School officials at multiple times in February made classes virtual following the discovery of racist or antisemitic graffiti.
The school offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible, and additionally hired former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis to assist in the investigation, according to GBH.
In the email sent Wednesday, administrators said information developed with the F.B.I., the Joint Terrorism Task Force, the Milton Police Department and the Curry College Public Safety Department identified the employee believed to be responsible. Quigley said school non-discrimination policies require that the person remain unidentified.
“We recognize and regret the impact these bias acts have had on our students, families, faculty, and staff throughout the spring semester and hope this will allow us to continue moving forward,” he wrote to the school community. “It is our hope that this will bring some closure to the series of events we all suffered through. I wish to again thank our community members for their collective response in support of one another.”
So discovering a handful of swastikas in the mens’ rooms warranted the campus to go on lockdown — as if there were an active shooter on campus — causing widespread “suffering” among the faculty and students — at least the Jewish ones.
What public restroom doesn’t have at least one swastika drawn somewhere — go to any random gas station and see for yourself.
And why is it that “investigators” — and Jewish organizations — assume that any swastika is drawn motivated by “hate” of Jews?
In fact, a court in France recently ruled — much to the chagrin of Jewish supremacist organizations — that swastika, in and of themselves, was not implicitly “antisemitic.”
But Jews have attempted to culturally appropriate the swastika — and basically claim it as their own personal symbol of universal hatred of Jews.
And Jews want to brainwash everyone — especially non-Jews — into having the same Pavlovian response to seeing the swastika that Jews do.
We don’t know what motivated this employee of Curry College to draw these swastikas in the mens rooms on campus — but whatever it was, it surely wasn’t a act of “domestic terrorism” — and to treat it as such trivializes those crimes and makes a mockery of the FBI.
But the fact that the college won’t release the identity of the perpetrator of the graffiti would suggest that he doesn’t fit the profile of a “skinhead” or “neo-Nazi” — most likely a Black or Hispanic janitor.