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Jack Marshall writes about a protest at Yale.
Not Protesters, Just A Mob
NOVEMBER 24, 2019 / JACK MARSHALL
Giving a mob the dignity and legitimacy of referring to them as “protesters”
just encourages them. A prime example occurred two days ago in New Haven, at
the traditional Harvard-Yale game, the culmination of the Ivy League college
football season. Personally, I wouldn’t have crossed the street to attend
the 136th edition of “The Game,” though I witnessed the most famous of the
them all, 1968’s 29-29 tie. Nonetheless, what a bunch of climate-addled
demonstrators inflicted on a large group of students and alumni just trying
to have a good time enjoying football, traditions, nostalgia and camaraderie
should not be romanticized. The “protesters” are arrogant, disrespectful and
anti-democratic jerks. Boola-Boola.
A large mob of Yale Bowl spectators rushed the field at halftime, demanding
that Harvard and Yale divest themselves of investments in fossil fuel and
energy companies, delaying the start of the second half by nearly an hour,
and causing the game to finish in near-darkness. Students from both schools,
who didn’t care who they hurt or inconvenienced, rushed to midfield as soon
the Yale band finished performing. ( At least they could have done it while
the Yale band was performing…)The contest resumed after the Yale police
issued 42 summonses for disorderly conduct. But the wasted hour threatened
game’s finish: the Yale Bowl lacks stadium lights, and the game went to
double overtime. Yale won just before it became too dark to play.
The Ivy League referred to the protest as “regrettable.” and Yale said that
while it “stands firmly for the right to free expression,” it added that
“the exercise of free expression on campus is subject to general conditions,
and we do not allow disruption of university events.”
So will Yale suspend or expel any of the mob? Of course not.
Protesters that set out to get attention by disrupting the lives of
law-abiding citizens engaged in innocent activities are low-level
terrorists. They aim to bypass democracy by creating implicit threats,
hoping that their adversaries will surrender to just shut them up and avoid
I’ll admit, my attitude toward these kinds of protests was hardened after I
missed several weeks of college classes when a small group of militant
students took over a building, provoked police, and sparked a strike that
shut down the university for most of a month. They demanded divestment too,
of investments in defense contractor companies, but their original grievance
was that the college allowed students who wanted to prepare for a military
career to take ROTC on campus. You know, choices and alliances that the
morally superior mob disapproved of. Can’t have that.
Those who want to hold demonstrations to inspire public awareness of an
issue have the Constitutional tools to do so. These unlawful mob actions,
in contrast, are the antithesis of democracy, and the way to stop them is to
stop treating such protesters as anything but the public nuisances they are.
In Washington, D.C., Jane Fonda is trying to re-live her Hanoi Jane heyday
by leading illegal–no permits!—climate change protests. The District isn’t
prosecuting her, and it apparently isn’t “the King’s Pass” at work. The D.C.
Attorney General’s office is “woke,” and almost never prosecutes protesters,
not just celebrities, even when Iraq War protesters lay down in traffic in
2002 and caused thousands of commuters to be hours late for work, and later
when the “Occupy” anarchists camped out in Farragut Square. This, I
believe, is an abuse of prosecutorial discretion, unethical both in
principle and in its long-term effects, which are to endorse mob action as
attempted vetoes over majority rule. It creates the opportunity for
risk-free civil disobedience, breaking the law but not having to endure the
essential penalty for doing so.
Not all mobs will be regarded equal, of course. Thus demonstrators for
conservative causes typically don’t test D.C.’s dedication to equal
treatment. They get permits.