Heh! So “inspired” by the idiocy at Misery U, fringe lunatic college students across the US protested …….. something. You can read about this lunacy here, here (careful on the last link, it’s a resource eater, but, worthwhile), but, not, apparently, on CNN.
Of course, racism (real and imaginary) was a big part of the protest. But, it seems a large complaint in the protests was student debt. Apparently, it doesn’t occur to our children of the future that one can avoid the debt by not signing the loan papers, but, perhaps that’s too abstract for the little pinheads.
Apparently, these protests have yielded at least another college administrator’s scalp, perhaps more are to follow.
Of course, for me, there is outrage. But, there’s another emotion bubbling to the top. Perhaps, it’s best described as “satisfaction”. I dearly love the notion of the schools’ administrators and faculty stewing in their own filthy juices. It’s delicious! As history has long noted, these sorts of movements always attack, and if successful devour, the educators first!
The lunatics have also demonstrated their totalitarian disposition. These demonstrations have been universally marked by their intolerance of dissent, or even simply a different perspective on the imaginary ills.
BTW, the origin of the poop swastika is starting to look like it came from an anti-Semitic black guy. The rest of the imaginary instances of racism cited at Misery U seem to be just that, imaginary. As one Tweeter put it, “I like living in a country where instances of racism has to be invented.”
That isn’t to say racism doesn’t exist in this nation, it surely does, it’s just that the instances the idiot students rally around are mostly from a vivid imagination.
Earlier in the post I put quote marks around the word “inspired”, that’s because it wasn’t “inspired”, at all. It was coordinated. The ringleader, the guy who went on a hunger strike at Misery U, seems to have visited the White House several times.
The funny part is that even the leftards are recoiling at the events which unfolded today.
I say, “good!”, let them have it! Tear it down! The whole damned education system has wrought this! It is nothing but destructive to our society today. Let something better and useful come in its place!