College students burn Jordan Peterson’s book ‘to fight fascism’

In a move that some say will surely put an end to the rising tide of Fascism, colleges around the world have banded together to burn controversial author Jordan Peterson’s bestselling book ‘12 Rules for Life‘.

“If there’s anything that says to the world ‘We oppose fascistic thinking!’,’ it’s burning books,” said Lester Knowles of Cambridge University.

“Our commitment is to diversity of thought and inclusion of all,” said Dorothy Maul, dean of Harvard. “And if you don’t stand up to those principles, we’ll burn your book.”

Jordan Peterson is a well-known fascist and has said such fascist things as “The well-developed individual is the antidote to the tyranny of society and biology.”

He is also said to have a voice that sounds like Kermit the Frog, who is a well-known white supremacist.

The book burning will be staged at colleges around the globe and includes legendary institutions of free thought and inquiry as Cambridge in the UK, Harvard, and California at Berkeley.

“We’re in full support of free thought as long as that thought is aligned with our thoughts.”

In addition to the book burning, several faculty have signed a pledge to fight fascism at all costs to the extent of physical violence to those suspected of being Nazis or anyone they disagree with, really.

“We’re all about tolerance,” said Terrance McBeeyesser, provost of Berkeley. “And the only way to prove our tolerance is to find out who’s intolerant, round them up, and throw them into a concentration camp.”

The faculty and students have also instituted a make-shift uniform in which they’ll all wear brown shirts “in solidarity to the brown peoples of the world.”