8.20.12; Le Mars; On student groups and victimology





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Published on Aug 22, 2012

0:01 QUESTIONER: David Horowitz has a book out called Muslim Hate Groups on Campus. Are you aware of how widespread the Muslim takeover on our college campuses across the country is?

0:57 KING: I agree with you, that is a complete mess. And so often we stick our head in the sand and watch a movement grow rather than recognize what it is. Open public dialogue will be a big defense on this. You bringing it up helps. More people aware of this helps. Young people going off to college, that are aware, are made aware before they go there, what it is they might be confronted with.

1:20 KING: "I went to give a speech down at Iowa State's Campus some years ago and I thought well I should go look and see what's .. so I went to Iowa State's website and I just - because of the subject matter, well it was a debate not a speech - because of the subject matter, I typed in multicultural and it came back to me at the time, 59 different multicultural groups listed to operate on campus. It started with Asians and it ended with Zeitgeist - A to Z. And most of them were victims groups, victimology, people that feel sorry for themselves and they're out there recruiting our young people to be part of the group that feels sorry for themselves."

2:05 KING: Just imagine this, it's already started there.

2:45 "Then you're brought into a group of people who have a grievance against society.

2:58 "I haven't had the privilege to read all David Horowitz' writing, but I know him, I count him as a friend"


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