Campus Hero Stops a Bully
For the next several months bully Smith made life hell on campus for Mr. Rodney, threatening him with more violence every time their paths crossed on the small campus. On Thursday, July 24, 2008, Mr Rodney had had enough of the ongoing assaults. When bully Isaac Smith hit Mr. Rodney in the face, he found out that real men don't just lie down forever. This time Mr. Rodney was armed for self protection. This time bully Isaac was left lying face down in a pool of his own blood. Even a couple of other students who stood back and allowed the bully to assault Mr. Rodney found out the hard way that condoning violence is not always safe. In recognition of his heroic self defense and for taking prompt manly action against a violent bully, Mr. Rodney Smith is hereby awarded the Coveted Golden Bull.
Mr. Rodney Smith
For Courage and Manly Action
After the self defense shooting, Phoenix blue gun thugs went to the home of Mr. Rodney's parents to terrorize and brutalize his family. Both of Mr. Rodney's parents and three other people were assaulted, chained, brutalized, and hauled off to cages by the blue gun thug gang as it violated their rights to the legal protection of their own home. Read media report.
College President Ken Jerkwater said, "The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority and all appropriate measures are being taken to ensure the safety of our campus." Bob observes that College President Jerkwater had done nothing to protect the safety of Mr. Rodney while he was repeatedly being assaulted on-campus over several months. Jerkwater had done nothing to prevent the pattern of repeated assaults including the violent assault immediately before Mr. Rodney acted in self defense last Thursday. Jerkwater's lies are exposed as lies. His policy has been to ignore and allow repeated violence against students on campus. His sexist policy of tolerance of violent against men forces men to defend themselves on his campus.
Young Mr. Rodney should be immediately released from any blue gun thug custody and praised as a manly man by authorities in Phoenix. He deserves an apology. College President Jerkwaters should award Mr. Rodney a fully paid scholarship at South Mountain college as an apology for their failure to take any action to protect students from violence over the past several months. His parents should be immediately released from the hellhole cells and given a full apology from the City with an offer of monetary compensation for the violent abuse they suffered at the hands of the blue gun thug gang.
When those in power give us nothing but lies and terrorize the people, it becomes necessary for the people to take action to restore freedom and respect in our communities. More heroes like Mr. Rodney are needed to reclaim our communities, our colleges, and our families.