We have taken the liberty of transcribing these two sections below.
Moment number 1 – (2:00)
HOST: Describe to me what exactly what you guys are going through that just absolutely causes this outrage.That complaint doesn’t sound too immigrant friendly. Is she saying that Berkeley students only want immigrants from other states and countries just as long as they go to private schools?
STUDENT: Absolutely. Well um in the fall the UC regents voted in a %32 fee increase to over 10000 a year for in-state tuition. This at a time that they are cutting classes, letting in fewer student from in-state and more students from out of state. Um, so effectively we are closing off the campus, making it less accessible to people, and those who are here are getting less out of their education.
Moment number 2 – (3:45)
HOST: Do you have to necessarily resort to violence? I mean in some way your message that you’re trying to send to the regents to an audience out there kinda gets tarnished by the fact that violence has now erupted out.Just so we have this straight. Tea Partiers peacefully rallying in support of smaller government…those are Nazi racist bigots. Why do the liberals hurt their fellow man with everything they do? Are they an idealogy of love or hate? Lets let their actions not their words dictate our judgments of them. While they were slandering the TEA party conservative movement we rallied with love. Why so much hate and violence out of these Progressives? Can we trust any of their agendas to be nothing more then self serving for them?
STUDENT: Well, I think that uh, nobody planned what happened uh early morning on Friday. That that something like that just isn’t even something that becomes planned. But that anger erupts when this situation has been building so long, that that’s what happens. I would really back away from trying to seperate good protesters from bad protesters. It really divides the movement. and um it hurts us trying to get to our final goals.