A group at Yale College connected to the Labor Unions have decided to begin protesting in an unusual way. They have begun a hunger strike…that finishes when they get hungry! These Snowflakes can’t get anything right.
The Local 33 graduate student union is striking in order to get students at the University to start engaging in collective bargaining, it does not seem, however, that they have any actual demands other than to get people thinking about protest.
But here’s the thing: if they can eat when they get hungry, aren’t we all protesting every day…and if we are all protesting, then clearly none of us are protesting. They lack conviction, they lack willpower, and they lack intelligence.
As reported in the Daily Caller:
A graduate student union at Yale University started a symbolic hunger strike outside of the university president’s home Tuesday, stating “when one of us cannot continue, come take our place.”
The strike, conducted to encourage the university to start collective bargaining, is spearheaded by eight members of the Local 33 graduate student union, reports Yale Daily News.
“Instead of eating your lunch, sit with us and lift our spirits,” reads a pamphlet distributed by the group. “When one of us cannot continue, come take our place.”
“We want our Fast to inspire joy … the joy that comes from taking action for what is just.