It has become quite depressing to repeatedly document the numerous daily examples of leftist hatred and bigotry that now populate American intellectual and political culture. It must be done, however, so below are a few more recent examples from the past month, categorized appropriately. A quick scan of the stories will illustrate to anyone how bankrupt our modern intellectual and political culture has become. Worse, it appears with time that the levels of emotional hate and bigotry are only growing.
First the bigotry:
- Hating Whitey At Stanford
- Minnesota University hosting prof to lecture on ‘the violence of whiteness’
- USC professor calls for discrimination against white faculty applicants
- ‘Dismantle whiteness’ mural installed at USC
- Kent State asks, ‘Is Christianity the White Man’s Religion?’
- Student op-ed at Texas State University calls black conservative example of ‘tokenism’
- Scripps College hosts, then cancels no-whites-allowed pool party
I could list more, but these are enough. They illustrate the bigoted focus of the left. To them, everything is race or ethnicity. You cannot accomplish anything as an individual if you are a minority, and all your failures can be blamed on the evils of the white race. More important, it is their right to oppress whites, merely because they perceive that some white cultures in the past were oppressive. Under this mentality, we shall soon see the return of segregation (as indicated by at least two stories above) and racial discrimination. And it won’t matter that this time it will be whites who are oppressed instead of blacks. It will still be evil, because it will be based not on the content of each individual’s character but on the color of their skin.
Next the hate:
- David Crosby celebrates fatal Trump Tower fire: ‘oh boy … burn baby burn’
- Activists deface Jefferson statue at UVA with the words ‘racist’ and ‘rapist’ before celebrations to mark 275th anniversary of his birth
- California State University tenured Professor celebrates Barbara Bush dying: ‘I’m Happy the Witch Is Dead’
- Hollywood director Joss Whedon wishes for Trump’s death, relief from ‘My hate and sadness’
- Brookdale Community College sociology prof swears at conservative student during class
I have previously noted numerous examples of this kind of vile hatred from leftists. For some reason, in the name of peace and good will they think it perfectly okay to call for the death of those with whom they disagree.
Finally, we have the left’s endless effort to squelch free speech:
- Student investigated for posting conservative flyers
- University of Texas at San Antonio bans the David Horowitz Freedom Center for post leaflets describing anti-Semitism
- Scripps College denies requests for conservative Andrew Klavan to speak on campus
- UCLA Hecklers Accuse Treasury Sec. Mnuchin of Sentencing ‘9 Billion Children’ to Death
- Law Students Protest Free Speech Talk With Shouts Of ‘[@&$#%] The Law’
Sadly, this is only a tiny sampling, from just the past month. On a daily basis we have new examples of some leftist brown-shirted thugs somewhere demanding that any opposition to them be silenced. Often those demands are reinforced with violence.
A violent and oppressive movement has formed within the United States, and it is moving quickly to garner political power. If we do not begin to push back hard against it soon, it will gain that political power, and the free and innocent people it hates will find themselves receiving the same treatment applied to the opponents of the Nazis in Germany, the Communists in the Soviet Union, and the Socialists in Venezuela. We shall see a lot of oppression and death, all in the name of peace and love and fairness and all the empty oft-changed slogans of the left.
Update: I should add that I will be appearing on April 25, 2018 at 6:05 pm (Central) on Robert Pratt’s radio show, Pratt on Texas, to discuss these stories and this terrible cultural decline. His show is aired on 790-AM KFYO in Lubbock, 1470-AM KYYW in Abilene, and 1290-AM KWFS in Wichita Falls, as well as on the web live.
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