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The bigots in academia

Two stories today that only confirm what many other previous stories have shown: Modern academia is very bigoted, but instead of favoring white supremacy their focus is promoting black and minority rule.

The second story outlines efforts to create segregated housing and classrooms for the benefit of minorities at a number of different colleges.

It is important to remember that each one of these proposals is being put forth by leftwing academics, all of which I guarantee are partisan Democrats. All they can see is race, which is why they call anyone that disagrees with them a racist. Or to quote the Bible, “And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?”

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8 comments

  • Cotour

    They identify as the “Harambee Student Retreat,” ? So the black organization is identifying themselves with a recently murdered zoo kept gorilla? To say nothing of the entirely counter intuitive and paradoxical segregation to promote “inclusion”.

    My most current revelation that I am sharing with the confused masses is that, anything that the media or the left says or promotes the reality and truth actually is the opposite of what they say.

    Oh, president Obama will have soooo much to work with upon his retirement.

  • PeterF

    I get the impression the president is planning to stay in Washington and “kind of run things” from behind. I expect he will be in for a bit of culture shock. I wonder how many of loyal “contacts” will be “too busy” to pick up the phone when he calls?

  • Michael

    When I was in college back in the 70’s blacks were practicing self segregation. And they had a number of “Harambee” looking goons to enforce the thing – both ways.

    I remember one time a black girl turned down the offer of a ride and walked home in the rain because she was afraid someone would see her with a honky and report the fact back to higher headquarters.

    Nothing new.

  • D K Rögnvald Williams

    Had to undergo transgender and non-gender-specific sensitivity training at my college last summer due to Obama mandate. I will withhold further comment.

  • Localfluff

    It will quickly get much much worse. They used to say that the US was 10 years ahead of Sweden. Well, in this respect Sweden is 10 years ahead of you. Be very afraid!

  • Frank

    The left is turning daily life into a walk through a minefield.

  • Joe

    A brave new world.

  • Edward

    It used to be that segregation was considered discrimination, but now it seems that integration is the new discrimination, at least among liberals. Reminds me of the fashion world, in which it is easy for black to be the new white. Apparently, it is just as easy in the liberal world.

    Princeton is beginning to ban the use of the word “man.”
    http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/28540/

    Once they have completed this ban, almost half of the people there will be unable to self identify. Lacking this ability to identify, they will lose their bathroom privileges. Title 9 will be thrown for a loop, as men’s sports will no longer exist to offset the money spent on women’s sports.

    Indeed, to remove the identity of “man,” is to discriminate against all men.

    Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive each other about genetically determined sex.

    The bigots in academia are not as smart as they think they are. They do not think through the effects of their deceitful ways.

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