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Students Against Tyranny; The Resistance of the White Rose, Munich, 1942-1943.

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I was like no, because I’m here to do a PhD and obviously, that’s not the answer they wanted so they then discussed whether it was legal to hold a disciplinary (he knew this through the GDPR requests) just to get rid of me.”

Location will be the A580 East Lancs Road (West of Manchester / East of the M6). The exact spot will be confirmed nearer the day - close to where the M60 crosses the A580. There was this one time, he got really mad, because he was really drunk, and he started accusing me of being against gay adoption and I don’t really know where this had come from. I think he just assumed that because I’d voted leave, I’d be against gay adoption and like I say, at the time, I was very centrist so I didn’t really have a strong opinion on it but I explained that I wasn’t totally against it but overall, the research shows that children will do better if they have a parent of both genders. The reason I’d made this argument is because he was supposed to be a scientist and so was I so really all I cared about was well what does the science say?” The university’s actions so far blatantly disregard both their own internal policies and procedures, and arguably even the law. Despite the fact that students don’t have the same legal protections as employees, it’s clear that John has been subjected to gross mistreatment and unfair discrimination. Unfortunately, seeking legal recourse through a judicial review is prohibitively expensive, with costs exceeding a hundred thousand pounds. This means that access to justice is largely reserved for those who can afford it, leaving individuals like John at a severe disadvantage. It’s possible that the university was aware of this fact and exploited it to their advantage, knowing that John would be unable to obtain legal justice for the unjust actions they had taken against him. One day he came home with another prohibition. One of the leaders had taken away a book by his most beloved writer, Stellar Hours of Mankind by Stefan Zweig. It was forbidden, he was told. Why? There had been no answer. He heard something similar about another German writer whom he liked very much. This one had been forced to escape from Germany because he had been engaged in spreading pacifist ideas.During our discussion he said: “Free speech doesn’t come without responsibility. If you’re going to say something that will wind someone up or aggravate them – then you should expect a proportional response.”

James Harvey’s cause of the day, and his reason for being in Manchester, was the experience of a University of Manchester postgraduate student, ‘John Christian’ (pseudonym). It’s a story that resonated with him as a student facing disciplinary proceedings at his own Swansea University. Now, Harvey was in Manchester to seek ‘justice for John’. A spokesperson for the University of Wales said: “The university is aware of comments made by an individual on social media who appears to be linked to our community. Such views do not reflect the position of the University. We have in place a Student Code of Conduct and expect all our students to respect and abide by our regulations.”This incident occurred in 2016, a year marked by significant political events such as Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. Unfortunately, these events seemed to have had a significant impact on the treatment of free speech in universities. Many higher learning institutions suddenly shifted to becoming Marxist indoctrination camps where students were no longer encouraged to engage in debate but were forced into one way of thinking. Christian responded to this question rationally stating, “well why are more women in nursing? Why are more men bin collectors? It’s just how society is. Different genders on average have different interests.” Unsurprisingly, this was again used against him at a disciplinary meeting to show that he was ‘discriminatory and prejudiced against women’, however, like they did previously, they had twisted what John said to fit their narrative and attempted to punish him. John further stated that around this time, he wasn’t that political… he didn’t really have an opinion on many subjects within the political sphere but this constant harassment, we’ll explore later, from his fellow students and so-called ‘friends’ forced him into it. Despite not being that political, Christian was a member of the Conservative society, but purely to form connections in case it opened up avenues for him career-wise post university. The entire team would like to thank everyone for their support thus far and if you would like to help fund our next big idea, then please head over to: https://www.studentsagainsttyranny.com/donate/ How did Hans define “loyalty”? How did other young Germans whose stories you read in this chapter define “loyalty”?

Harrison, Rhodri (2021-09-21). "Students spreading Covid misinformation could face discplinary action". WalesOnline . Retrieved 2022-01-27. On the 13th September 2021, after seeing his success, UNN (Unity News Network) anchor, David Clews, arranged for James to come on his live to do an interview about his plans for Students Against Tyranny, in the live one of those plans discussed was to have Student Representatives, an idea which, for the most part, they have succeeded in. [4] Students Against Tyranny have so far got 47 Student Reps in universities stretched across the UK. [5] Not too long after this, an article was written about James by Wales Online, though they didn't mention him by name. The article was titled "University of Wales Trinity St David's warns that students spreading Covid misinformation could face disciplinary action". [6] The article states that the first year student has started a group "urging those aged between 15-21 to not get jabbed" and that the university "condemns" the actions of this student and that people should get "vaccinated." James later responds to this article by saying that he's not "antivax" and that he's instead "pro medical choice." Once the protest wound down, I spoke to one of SAT’s guest speakers, Tom Shaw, a dentistry student at Newcastle University. I respect your right to an opinion but I would prefer that you would not talk about this near me as I find it offensive and I obviously would like to respond to this and debate you, but if I do that there’s a high chance someone will report me and say that I said something offensive so I can not risk engaging in this conversation so I would prefer that you just not talk about it”. With several pro-LGBTQ+ community organisations already supporting the Oxford Trans+ Pride protest, the goal for organisers is to turn it into an annual event.

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Hitler hoped that by conditioning young people in groups like the Hitler Youth, they would “never be free again, not in their whole lives.” 1 John clarified that even though this may have sounded extreme, due to the BLM riots going on at the time, it wasn’t actually that unthinkable, also stating, no one really knew in the summer of 2020 how far this BLM thing was going to go so obviously it was a genuine concern at the time.” The administration then tried to instigate a disciplinary because of this, saying that even though he followed the rules, he made people uncomfortable by asking them not to talk about this, which again, was a completely made up rule and massively exposed the gaping double standard.

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