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The other day we published this blog about the woke Smith College student who is currently dealing with unspeakable trauma from a 15 second encounter with campus police who politely went on his way after responding to a call about her sleeping in an unauthorized area of an empty building.
Oumou Kanoute, a rising sophomore at the school,had campus police called on her this week after an employee said she looked “out of place.” Now Kanoute claims that she was “dehumanized” by the event and that it has left her “terrified.”
Every media outlet I’ve seen has called her a “rising sophomore.” Da fuq does that even mean? They’re literally bending over backwards to kiss this girl’s ass and make it seem like she’s the second coming of Sir Isaac Newton.
“I have to check my closet at night now before I go to bed; I’m terrified in my own room,” Kanoute said, CNN reported. “I don’t even feel like leaving my room sometimes. I can’t sleep or eat, and all I want is this person to understand the predicament they’ve put me in.”
She checks her closet?? For what? To see if her Gucci bag is still there? I’m sorry, was she the victim of a break in? Was she raped? Nope. She had a brief conversation with a cop for 15 seconds. This is insane that her bullshit is even being humored.
“I want to know what was said during that call that dehumanized me and criminalized me,” Kanoute said, when speaking with CNN. “It’s the scariest and most upsetting thing that’s ever happened to me.”
The fact that this is the “scariest” thing that’s ever happened to you sums up just how sheltered your life thus far has been. You were not dehumanized or criminalized. Someone did what Smith College told them to do and the cops essentially did a brief wellness check on you before moving on with their day. You were not scared, and you were not upset. You are just an attention whore and an immature child looking for woke points.
“It just still upsets me to just talk about it because I don’t even feel safe on my own campus and I’m away from home,” Kanoute said. “I’m the first in my family to go to college. I’m doing this not only for me but for my family, for my ancestors.”
A turtle rider had the perfect comment on our Facebook page the other day about this. Here it is:
Her interview is full of so many sympathy statements it’s silly. 1) Where is she from that she’s “away from home”? Her hometown is listed on Smith’s cross country roster as New York, N.Y but she’s having a hard time in Northhampton? She makes it seem like she’s studying abroad. 2) Being the first person in your family to go to college isn’t a rarity. I was the first person in my family to go to college and nobody gave a shit. If I had said I was going “for my ancestors” I would have had my family of miscreants laugh me off the planet. I didn’t have the means to go to a private college. You know where I went? Harvard on the hill (aka Quinsig.) Security gave me a whole bunch of shit multiple times for sleeping in my car before class and nobody apologized. If anything I was thankful to be woken up and not miss my shitty 8 a.m. math class.
Think of the alternative: If there was a random person sleeping in a common area, nobody reported it and it resulted in an actual issue on campus what would happen? You’d have the same mob freaking out about campus safety and #seesomethingsaysomething.
Sorry your nap, erm, “lunch” was interrupted for 10 seconds by someone doing their job. FOH.
This comment further proves that turtle riders are the smartest, most attractive, and greatest people on earth. Oumou’s continuing victimization is insulting to people who have lived through real trauma. Has Masslive interviewed any combat veterans about the trauma they deal with? Have they gone down to the battered women’s shelter and spoken to them about how they ended up there? Have they spoken to a parent who has lost a child to cancer? Because that’s what real pain feels like. This chick had a 15 second conversation after a nap. She’s a disgusting excuse for a human being, and it’s sick that the media is even humoring her.
Oh, and she illegally recorded the police officer too, without telling him. This is a violation of federal wiretapping laws. But don’t worry Oumou, you’re an outspoken, short haired woman of color in Northampton. There is a 0.0% chance they’d ever come after you for the laws you broke that day. You have protected status, despite your misguided belief that you are a member of some sort of oppressed group.
Oumou also grew up filthy rich in New York. She attended the Westminster School in Simsbury, CT, a boarding school which costs $60,000 a year to attend. She has never struggled a day in her life, which is why a 15 second polite conversation with a campus police officer is the worst thing that has ever happened to her. She is not oppressed. She is not a victim. She is the face of modern day privilege. An individual who has had everything handed to her in life on a silver platter, but still tries to find a way to victimize herself.
Anyway, we found this excerpt interesting from Smith College’s own website, about their policy when it comes to campus safety:
Community participation and involvement are essential to crime prevention on campus. Since officers cannot be everywhere at once, responsibiity for crime prevention also rests upon each member of the Smith community. When individuals do their part by recognizing and reporting incidents of suspicious or criminal activity, they greatly improve the effectiveness of the Campus Police Department.
Get involved by becoming more security conscious and by reporting all incidents of suspicious or criminal activity, no matter how insignificant, to Campus Police immediately. Unreported crimes cannot be solved and may allow the perpetrators to commit additional and perhaps more serious crimes. Solving a crime depends upon how accurately and promptly the incident is reported.
They literally tell people in their own words to call the Campus Police if they see anything suspicious (like what appears to be a man sleeping in an unauthorized area of an empty building in a city with a serious panhandling issue), NO MATTER HOW INSIGNIFICANT. It’s clear as day – don’t fuck around. Call the Campus PD over even the slightest worry just to be on the safe side.
I guess they’ll have to amend that to “unless they’re not white” because the employee who did exactly as the school’s policy dictated that they should, has been suspended while they pay a law firm millions of dollars to look into this. And just wait until she gets lawyered up by Lisa Bloom, or some other blood sucker who makes a living by bullying institutions and forcing them to settle for damages. The costs for the school will be astronomical and it will lead to tuition hikes. But it’s no big deal for people like Oumou, because she comes from wealth and money will never, ever be an issue for her.