LIKE in every abusive relationship, people who seek control and domination must instill fear in those they seek to subdue. Compliance. Hardly a one-off situation, it is generally an incremental and stepped-up indoctrination process via individuals who possess power over those who do not.
AND while this unbalanced dynamic is found in many walks of life, very few understand the centrality of said mentally abusive component(s) throughout America’s college campuses, perpetrated by administrators and a large preponderance of profs who are die-hard leftists. What’s going on?
INDEED, this highly-charged topic has various elements and moving parts.Yet, it is imperative to strip it down to its elemental thrust: the indoctrination of college students, one generation after another, many of whom will be future leaders in industry, government and cultural realms, never mind those who will be living more “ordinary” lives. As every devoted socialist/Marxist/leftist truly believes, yes, “it takes a village.”
READERS, this indoctrination didn’t start under HUSSEIN Obama. However, it definitely accelerated under his reign of Marxist, pro-Islam messaging, primarily, through his entire educational apparatus. How so?
STARTING in kindergarten, decades (since the 1960’s) of leftist intrusions and overhauls have permeated the entire public school system. College campuses alike. The proofs are manifest and irrefutable. They are pinpointed thusly:
- Bill Ayers, a domestic terrorist garbed in “respectable” educational cover – unlike his days as leader of the Weathermen, when he terrorized the U.S. through bombings, robberies and shootings – came to the conclusion that to bring down “Amerika” it became necessary to do so from within – and so he did!! Escaping the “long-arm” of justice, he reinvented himself with a doctorate in education. Suffice to state that his revolutionary efforts to indoctrinate several generations of students is propped up via Soros and others. They realized that to destroy the nation it must be done through slow and calculated methods, rather than from actual terror attacks and the like. Indeed, the first place to start eroding America’s foundations is by penetrating the minds of the kiddies with messaging of conformity and submission, supposedly, as the ultimate path toward “peace and love” for all. As is said, children are the future. The above penetration is encapsulated within this investigative journalist’s book review, BRINGING DOWN AMERICA: An FBI Informant With The Weathermen. Take a peek. BTW, the following video from Vanity Fair details just a smidgen of the carnage his disciples wrought. OMG!
- So is it hyperbole to posit that the death of the west runs through the education process and inside western academia? You decide.
- More specifically, how shocking is it that taxpayer funds prop up Islamic infiltration into public schools and U.S. college campuses? Not very.
STILL yet, what’s going on to prompt ANOTHER foray into the academic cesspool, that which is more than skin-crawling? Well, as of late, it has become obvious that the poisons – from decades of (mis)educational indoctrination – are bearing fruit. Yes, they are.
ONE such tragic (albeit, expected) outcome is the infantilization (do the babies want their botties for nappy time??) of college students, so much so that their dependence (as opposed to independent emergence as fully functioning adults….hmm) on authority figures (ala the “nanny state’s” doctrine and dogma) for “safe spaces” is preferable to “feeling bad.” A done deal.
The safe space, Ms. Byron explained, was intended to give people who might find comments “troubling” or “triggering,” a place to recuperate. The room was equipped with cookies, coloring books, bubbles, Play-Doh, calming music, pillows, blankets and a video of frolicking puppies, as well as students and staff members trained to deal with trauma. Emma Hall, a junior, rape survivor and “sexual assault peer educator” who helped set up the room and worked in it during the debate, estimates that a couple of dozen people used it. At one point she went to the lecture hall — it was packed — but after a while, she had to return to the safe space. “I was feeling bombarded by a lot of viewpoints that really go against my dearly and closely held beliefs,” Ms. Hall said.
Safe spaces are an expression of the conviction, increasingly prevalent among college students, that their schools should keep them from being “bombarded” by discomfiting or distressing viewpoints. Think of the safe space as the live-action version of the better-known trigger warning, a notice put on top of a syllabus or an assigned reading to alert students to the presence of potentially disturbing material.
RATIONALLY speaking, does anyone really believe that this across the board clamoring for said cocooning is happenstance, and that it is occurring in a vacuum? Of course not. In fact, it is purposefully designed, yes, said “educators” are evil in intent. It is an outgrowth of the deconstruction of the American mind through its colleges, where its expansion – through thoughtful inquiry of ideas – is judged as a negative force, but conformity is valued as the preferred “norm.”
NOT only that, the above butts up against Constitutional values inherent in the founding of the nation, and THAT is precisely what they are aiming for: the indoctrination of (non)free thinkers who are more than convinced of the necessity of bringing down “Amerika.”
So-called “safe spaces” — where students can shield themselves from uncomfortable or dissenting viewpoints — might be all the rage on college campuses, but they would not have been too popular with the founding fathers, say Constitutional law experts.
“I think the problem is they’re trying to use this word ‘safe’ – which conveys the image of a violent attack – and turning it into safe from ideas and statements we find offensive,” said UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh. “There is no right to be safe from that.”
“That is directly contrary to what universities are all about,” Volokh told FoxNews.com Friday.
“They want complete control over their personal lives, over their sex lives, over the use of drugs, but they want mommy and daddy dean to please give them a safe place, to protect them from ideas that maybe are insensitive, maybe will make them think.”
WHICH brings us to the pièce de résistance; the upcoming elections and the hysterical reactions towards those students who DARE to voice any independent thought! Thank heavens for small miracles….
Anti-discrimination chalkings were visible on the University of Michigan’s Diag on Thursday evening after anti-Islam and pro- Donald Trump chalkings were found for the second time in recent weeks.University community members posted images on social media of “No Turkey, Qatar, Saudi, Pakistan,” “No more Muslim violence,” “F**k SJWs” and “Trump 16″ written on Diag benches on April 7.
The incident comes just a little more than a week after “#Stop Islam” and “Trump 2016” were found written in chalk on the Diag.
University police were made aware of the chalk Thursday, but found students working to remove the writing when they arrived on scene about 1 p.m., said Diane Brown, U-M Division of Public Safety and Security public information officer.
Although a majority of the anti-Islam chalking was gone by Thursday evening, ”Trump 2016″ appeared to have been re-written on benches of the Diag in white chalk. This time, however, anti-Trump and anti-discrimination responses were added.
One “Trump 2016” message was crossed out, with the anti-Trump hashtag ”Drumf” written overtop.
“Racial, ethnic or religious discrimination have no place at the University of Michigan – Mark Schlissel” and “Muslim students are welcome here” was also written on the benches. University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel made the statement last week after the #Stop Islam chalkings were found.
“Contrary to the University of Michigan’s stated mission of inclusion and intolerance, many feel that had the ugly messages been directed at any other group, a much more direct and strong message of disapproval by the University of Michigan would have occurred,” the letter said.
The Ann Arbor News has reached out to the university for further comment.
Following the chalkings on March 30, university spokesman Rick Fitzgerald said attacks on a group or member of the community due to a belief or characteristic are inconsistent with U-M’s values of respect, civility and equality.
“We all understand that where speech is free it will sometimes wound,” he said at the time. “But our message is this: We are fully committed to fostering an environment that is welcoming and inclusive of everyone.
UPDATE: University spokesman Rick Fitzgerald said chalking on benches will be removed, per university policy.
OKEY dokey, “where speech is free it will sometimes wound” is kinda, sorta, an apologia to those who may be “offended”…”wounded”….you got that? As to campus frats, well, they too are silenced, that is, if they dare to veer towards non-conformist views!
BOTTOM LINE: It must be understood that this investigative journalist places the highest value on a PREMIUM education – from grade school through the university level – one in which even the so-called “smart set” would be hard pressed to compete with. No one should dare argue otherwise, least of all those who are in close proximity and know that this is the absolute truth.
THAT being established, trust, unless ones kiddies are headed towards the science/engineering/tech/business arenas, the investment made will not only be akin to flushing the monies spent on the degree down the toilet, but it will be harmful to your loved ones overall mental welfare. Poisonous
LET’s cut to the chase: For the most part, students within the humanities and social sciences are much more susceptible to group-think, they are not “hard-wired” in the direction of critical analysis and logic-based thinking. And it’s not a a value judgment – far from it – but it is a matter of realistic thinking. Resultant, why would anyone want to subject their nearest and dearest to said boot camps, for this is what the campuses amount to, whether one can recognize (at first) its signs – or not. Mind you, once acknowledged it will be too late. After all, four years of (mis)education, away from parental oversight, is enough time to inculcate grave damage.
KNOW this: If not for a bullet-proof knowledge base in this arena, the book review cited above would never have been requested. Regardless, it’s your call. Enough said.