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Agents Provocateurs Turn Tuition Protest Into Violent Melee

Once again, dispatched agents provocateurs have turned a peaceful protest into a property-destroying circus sideshow.

“It was supposed to be a day of peaceful protest, with students exercising their democratic right to demonstrate against soaring university fees,” reports the Daily Mail. “But anarchists hijacked the event, setting off the most violent scenes of student unrest seen in Britain for decades.

Militants from far-Left groups whipped up a mix of middle-class students and younger college and school pupils into a frenzy.”Back in the day anarchists would have criticized the very idea of state-run universities and would have denounced the act of stealing money from one segment of society to pay the tuition of another. Now balaclava-clad anarchists are the vanguard of those resentful of the fact the free lunch is over and the state cannot afford to continue this educational boondoggle.

So called anarchists apparently no longer support the philosophy that the authority of the state has no place in conduct of human relations, including education. Anarchism today translates into mindless property destruction by dim-witted hooligans.

It is used as justification by the state to attack “democratic” protesters and minimize their minor disagreements with the government and its institutions.

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