A Free Thinking Conservative’s Letter To His Three Little Girls...
University Shuts Down After “Minority” Gets Offended|
March 7, 2017
Last Tuesday, February 28th, a university employee contacted the university
police department on what was an unseasonably warm and sunny afternoon. The
caller was perplexed upon seeing a man who was strangely dressed and seated on a
bench behind the business school. Specifically, he was wearing a zipped-up
jacket that did not seem necessary given the warm weather conditions. He had his
hands in his pockets as he was watching passersby. There was no mention of race
by the caller until he was asked by the dispatcher to provide basic demographic
A campus police officer was dispatched to the location and upon arrival
explained the nature of the call they had received. The officer explained that
the easiest way to proceed was for the man to take off his jacket so the officer
could see that there was no weapon present. He removed the jacket and handed it
to the officer who then confirmed that there was no weapon and placed the jacket
on the bench.
Then things got interesting when the man identified himself as a faculty member
and asked the officer if he was questioning him based on his ethnicity. The
interaction did not include a physical "frisking" as is sometimes permissible
under Terry v. Ohio (1968). In fact, the officer never touched him. In this
interaction, the university police officer did not even ask the man to identify
himself. The man simply volunteered the fact that he teaches at UNC-Wilmington.
The officer repeatedly assured him that he did not believe he had done anything
wrong and apologized for the fact that he was obligated to follow up on the
Given that the instructor, who is from Kosovo, raised the issue of possible
“racial profiling,” the university immediately flew into investigative mode.
They initiated a review of the “incident” before the day was out. This included
reaching out to the faculty member via telephone and email for his account of
the allegedly racially motivated “incident.”
The university was correct to anticipate that the incident would blow up.
Academics are constantly looking for new social problems to justify their
worldview. And they typically marry those who share their proclivity towards
imagined victimization. So, predictably, before the evening was over, Rajan
Juniku’s wife had taken to social media with false accusations of racism. Here
is what she said on Facebook:
"Someone thought he looked less like a university lecturer and more like a terrorist
(olive skinned man with too many clothes on.... must be hiding an arsenal) … My
husband's gorgeous olive skin, dark hair and chestnut eyes do not make him a
terrorist, and neither does him sitting in the sun. His students were around,
his colleagues .... A great injustice has been done to my husband today, and we
Within hours, the “incident” was the top story on the local news.
Also, quite predictably, by the next morning UNCW's provost called the faculty
member to express her concern and to encourage him to respond to the
university’s outreach to him – to which he had not yet bothered to respond.
Additionally, police video of the “incident” was also reviewed. The university
then sent an email to the entire student body saying, “We have taken this
accusation of ‘profiling’ very seriously and will review how we can ensure that
those approached by (university police) will not feel that they are being
singled out for their ethnicity, but we also must recognize an obligation to
respond to an employee's concern about campus safety.”
That email was a huge mistake by the university. They should have simply ignored
the obviously false accusation of “profiling.” After all, the police recorded
the call to the dispatcher and the recording reveals that the caller guessed
(incorrectly) that the man was “Indian.” More importantly, the caller only
speculated about ethnicity when asked. For the record, there is no epidemic of
irrational fears that Indians will come storming the campus and shooting up the
Now that the school has shown it is sufficiently intimidated by race-baiting to
email the whole university community with a message containing the word
“profiling” we can expect the following to take place after students return from
spring break on March 13th:
1. Social Justice Warriors will storm the student union demanding social justice
chanting, “Racial profiling must go, we support our professors from Kosovo!”
2. The university will send one of its attorneys to explain the law of search
and seizure – specifically highlighting the fact that you cannot consent to a
search (as the lecturer did in this case) and then claim the search was
3. Social Justice Warriors will get angry over the fact that someone told them
they were wrong and will then storm the chancellor’s office.
4. The Faculty Senate will issue a resolution condemning racial profiling.
5. The chancellor will commission a “task force” to deal with campus
profiling designed to appease campus leftists.
6. Still angered by the Trump victory, professors on the task force will
recommend a new Middle Eastern Resource Center to cater to the victimization
claims of people who look like they might be from the Middle East or perhaps
just “Indian looking.”
7. The least white-looking person on the task force will be appointed to
head the new Middle Eastern Resource Center. The administrator will be paid at
least $150,000 per year.
8. Tuition will be increased to pay for the new Middle Eastern Resource Center.
9. The UNC system will eventually go bankrupt because its victim-centered
worldview is economically unsustainable.
10. The world will be right again once the government gets out of higher
.Wake me up when we get to #10. The government-subsidized drama sure is getting
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