Here Are the ‘Community Guidelines’ at USC’s ‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment’

Have you ever wondered what the rules are inside a refugee camp… I mean a U.S. college campus where they cosplay oppression?

Wonder no more! Here are the “Community Guidelines” (how Mark Zuckerberg) for the protest encampment at the University of Southern California (USC) in Gaza… I mean Los Angeles. 

Imagine camping with a bunch of people who you had to tell to pick up their trash.

This land is my land, this land is your land, from California to the New York island… this land was made for Hamas indeed.

USC is apparently not only funding 100 years of genocide (per the first community guideline), but they are also “occupiers” in Los Angeles and complicit in not keeping South Central black, or something. That’s a lot to take in, but it begs the question:If students believe these things, why do they continue to give daddy’s money to USC in tuition? 

This one is fun because it oscillates between calling drug use “partying” and “substance abuse.” 

My personal favorite. I was already floored by the prospect of having to tell campers to pick up their trash, but it pales in comparison to “Thou shalt not rape.” Remember the Autonomous Zone/ CHAZ? It was brought down by a lack of vegan food, one street preacher with a microphone, and sexual assault. 

I’m sure the LAPD is showing up, like, “I command you to tell me someone’s name, abracadabra!”

“Assuming best intentions” includes terrorist organizations who are holding hostages, apparently. 

This is an interesting one. They believe that for anyone to make a decision, everyone must unanimously agree to the risk level it poses. What is that form of governance called? Preschool?

Unlike the Columbia students in New York, they aren’t going to hold signs asking for Hamas’ military wing to target Jewish students, how brave to make the distinction. 

What we can glean from the Gaza Solidarity Encampment’s guidelines is a sense of the students’ ideology. It seems like they are just recycled Antifa members and they think this is an act of “mutual support.” I think they/them/zer will be calling each other “Comrade” by the end of the week. 

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