Monday, May 18, 2015

Universities becoming totalitarian dictatorships, part 2

I wrote previously how the universities in many countries are changing from bastions of academic freedom and free speech into totalitarian fascist hellholes that are becoming more and more nazi-like.

It seems that the more time passes, the worse it's getting. Not only will you become a persona non grata if you present unpopular opinions or criticism of social justice warriors, it seems that we are slowly going into a situation where merely being a white male is enough for you to be an undesirable person. That's right, you don't even have to do anything or express any opinions; simply by existing and being of the wrong race and gender is enough.

"That's MRA talk!" Maybe it is. Heck, I hope it is only that. Yet, more and more news is coming out of social justice warriors, especially at universities, being racist against white people for the sole reason that they are white, and nothing else.

For example: University Report: A Room Full of White People Is a Microaggression.

That's right. They don't need to do anything or say anything. Just they existing and being there is considered offensive and "triggering".

Or how about the racist comments by a Boston University professor, like: "why is white america so reluctant to identify white college males as a problem population?"

That's right. If you are a white male, and you are in a college, you are a "problem population". You don't even need to do anything other than be white and male. You are undesirable. You are a second-class citizen. You are vermin.

Substitute "white male" for "jew" and those sentiments would fit right into nazi propaganda.

White people have been banned from an ‘anti-racism’ event at a British university. Why? Because they are white. No other reason. And this is somehow not discrimination nor racism. And the event is about fighting racism. Let that sink in for a moment.

Kennesaw State Student Told That Waiting For An Advisor Is 'Harassing'. Can you guess the gender? Can you guess the gender of the person who told him that?

Apparently simply waiting, doing nothing, is now "harassment". And I would bet all my money that if that student had been female, no such accusations would have been thrown at him.

And if you think these are the only examples, that I'm grasping at straws, you would be wrong.

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