Colleges: A Force For Evil

Authored by Walter Williams via Townhall.com,

Many of the nation’s colleges have become a force for evil and a focal point for the destruction of traditional American values. The threat to our future lies in the fact that today’s college students are tomorrow’s teachers, professors, judges, attorneys, legislators and policymakers. A recent Brookings Institution poll suggests that nearly half of college students believe that hate speech is not protected by the First Amendment.

Of course, it is. Fifty-one percent of students think that it’s acceptable to shout down a speaker with whom they disagree. About 20 percent of students hold that it’s acceptable to use violence to prevent a speaker from speaking, over 50 percent say colleges should prohibit speech and viewpoints that might offend certain people.  Contempt for the First Amendment and other constitutional guarantees is probably shared by the students’ high school teachers, as well as many college professors.

Brainwashing and indoctrination of young people has produced some predictable results, as shown by a recent Gallup Poll. For the past 18 years, Gallup has asked adults how proud they are to be Americans. This year, only 47 percent say they are “extremely proud,” well below the peak of 70 percent in 2003. The least proud to be Americans are nonwhites, young adults and college graduates. The proudest Americans are those older than 50 and those who did not graduate from college. The latter might be explained by their limited exposure to America’s academic elite. 

Johnetta Benton, a teacher at Hampton Middle School near Atlanta, was recorded telling her sixth-grade students, “America has never been great for minorities.”

In a tirade, she told her class: “Because Europeans came from Europe … you are an immigrant. You are an illegal immigrant because you came and just took it. … You are an immigrant. This is not your country.”

To exploit young, immature young people this way represents an act of supreme cowardice. The teacher should be fired, but I’m guessing that her colleagues share her sympathies. At the same school, students were given a homework assignment that required them to write a letter asking lawmakers for stricter gun control laws.

One might be tempted to argue that the growing contempt for liberty and the lack of civility stem from the election of Donald Trump. That’s entirely wrong. The lack of civility and indoctrination of our young people have been going on for decades.

UCLA history professor Mary Corey told her class: “Capitalism isn’t a lie on purpose. It’s just a lie.”

She added that capitalists “are swine. … They’re bastard people.”

An English professor at Montclair State University, in New Jersey, told his students, “Conservatism champions racism, exploitation and imperialist war.”

An ethnic studies professor at California State University, Northridge and Pasadena City College teaches that “the role of students and teachers in ethnic studies is to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.”

The University of California, Santa Barbara’s school of education emailed its faculty members to ask them to consider classroom options concerning the Iraq War, suggesting they excuse students from class to attend anti-war events and give them extra credit for writing about it.

Rodney Swanson, a UCLA economics professor, told his class, “The United States of America, backed by facts, is the greediest and most selfish country in the world.”

There is little question that colleges stand at the forefront of an attack on America and Western values. Leftists often say that the U.S. is the world’s worst country. But here are some empirical facts they might explain. According to a recent Gallup Poll, about 13 percent of the world’s adults — 630 million people — would like to move to another country. Roughly 138 million would like to live in the U.S. — making us the No. 1 destination, followed by the U.K., Canada and France . There’s something exceptionally appealing about America and the Western world that leftists choose to ignore or lie about.

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MoreSun Manthong Thu, 08/09/2018 - 20:23 Permalink

Since the jew supremacists took full operational control of the university systems in the middle sixties we have churned out ever increasing numbers of brain dead jew zionist proselytes- by the millions. Fully ready to do and act as the ZOG requires them, referred to as- jewzombies. 

Combine them with dumber than dumb Christian-zionists and the jews have mass armies of subjugated bodies & minds to wield in any direction they desire! While (((they))) sit back and say "we had a good day".

 

Read:

"Against Our Better Judgement- How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel" Allison Weir

"The Bad War" M.S. King (banned by jewmazon due to the screeching of the jwc)

"The jewish Revolutionary Spirit" E. Michael Jones

"The Jewish Onslaught" Dr. Tony Martin

"Mein Kampf" Adolf Hitler (don't let the jew lying propaganda deceive you, this is a great book)

"The jews & their Lies" Martin luther

"The International Jew" Vol 1&2" Henry Ford

"The Controversary Of Zion" Douglas Reed

"It's The Jews Stupid" R. Vincent Bert

"The Host & The Parasite" Greg Felton

"The Jews and Moral Subversion" E. Michael Jones

"The New Jerusalem" Michael Collins Piper

"The Iron Curtain Over America" John Beaty 

"Breaking The Spell" Dr. Nicholas Kollerstrom 

And watch "The Greatest Story Never Told" 

 

........When America? 

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Shillinlikeavillan philipat Thu, 08/09/2018 - 21:18 Permalink

I don't think they realize that leftards are first on the chopping block if/when a truly leftarded government comes to power...

A historical example: Lenins' purges. Although it can be debated that the fool was just fuckin crazy, the purges have meaning that is shared by all leftist\left leaning governments: eliminate the competition within. Most often the most fanatical and loyal leftard found themselves on the firing line/hangmans noose/gulag, for no other reason than having the potential of knocking off the current guy in power(peacefully or otherwise)... 

 

Either way, leftards are dangerous... mostly to themselves.... dog eat dog...

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Save_America1st lisa.roy39 Thu, 08/09/2018 - 22:41 Permalink

So wasn't it under to the O-Fuck-tard administration that college loans were de-privatized so that only duh gubment (i.e. the tax payers) could issue and be responsible for those loans???

Didn't that basically put the working class/middle class of American tax payers on the hook for what has exploded into over 1 Trillion dollars in college loan debt while at the same time the O-Shit-Bag administration was systematically destroying all prospects of employment so that no "so-called" college grads could possibly obtain any kind of job to repay those loans....THUS...putting the rest of the tax payers on the hook for over a Trillion in defaults???

THUS-THUS (yes, I just created that redundant hyphenated word), at the same time trying to pass a bill that would allow all those deadbeat social justice "warrior" free-shit army fags to obtain federal gubment (and unionized) so-called "jobs" for no less than 10 years to "work off"/sleep off/jerk off their defaulted/free loan debt that the rest of us would all have to pay for?????

Didn't this at the same time...wait for it....THUS-THUS-THUSLY (clever, I know)...cause a FUCKING EXPLOSION in tuition rates and fuck-tard scumbag marxist treasonous commie pedophile "professor" salaries in nearly all colleges/universities across the nation....BECAUSE...they knew these little assholes could never pay back the loans, but that it would all be piled onto the backs of the rest of the shrinking number of working tax payers who USUALLY VOTE REPUBLICAN????

Do I pretty much have that right?  Yeah, I think I do, bitchez. 

Cloward and Piven strategy, right????  Yeah...pretty much right.  Pretty sure that was and has been the basic plan of attack.  Thank you.  You're welcome.

Trump needs to reverse that shit right fucking now.  I can't believe it hasn't been reversed already. 

Then burn down 75% of these colleges to the fucking ground and arrest all the marxist pedos who they employ. 

Fucking cancerous treasonous pedo scumbags must pay. 

 

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fleur de lis shovelhead Thu, 08/09/2018 - 23:15 Permalink

The schools are getting away with this because they have no skin in the game.

They offer stupid, unemployable, dead end courses and equally stupid teens sign up, thinking that obscure knowledge will lead to a career.

1) If the schools offer obscure subjects they should be required to assist the students in job placements or issue refunds.

2) If the student indulge themselves on riotous behavior that results in personal injury or property damage the schools should be required to cover the costs from their massive endowments.

3) the endowments have to be made public

4) the schools should be made to justify their tax requests since the taxpayer gets nothing back but a higher bill and more demands

5) the banks should be required to explain loans to dead end departments or pick up the mess and leave the taxpayer out of it.

 

 

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jin187 King of Ruperts Land Fri, 08/10/2018 - 01:37 Permalink

Asking about being proud to be American is such a loaded question.  Being proud of one's birth is like being proud of winning the lottery.  You might as well ask people if they're proud of the random team they spawned into during a video game.  George Carlin said it best.  I leave symbolism to the symbol-minded.

Asking about the ideals this country is supposed to be built on is a different story.  The colleges are indoctrinating people to no longer believe in freedom, personal responsibility, or consequences.  That can't, and won't end well.

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J S Bach shovelhead Thu, 08/09/2018 - 20:59 Permalink

college | ˈkälij | noun 1 an educational institution or establishment, in particular one providing higher education or specialized professional or vocational training

Hmmmm. Well, it's definitely NOT an "educational" institution.  The professors forbid any freedom of thought and ideas.  I guess they DO provide for some professional and vocational training, but their initial purpose as a conduit for the free-flow of ideas has ceased.  They are instead instruments of TPTB who use them to condition and brainwash their herd into compliance with their new-world-order-politcally-correct state.  If only the average human mind could detect such obvious ploys.

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Kan MoreSun Thu, 08/09/2018 - 23:35 Permalink

All though your going over trollboard on this... perhaps you should look at the Gary plan(early 1900s) and there is a nice youtube video on how the frankfurt school and fake college degree's invaded america after during wwII.

 

Poking at Jew's particularly is not fair, as most of them are going to be caught deer in the headlights when the money changers run away with the loot, leaving them all to suffer the consequences.  Hmm, where did I see that before......

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Lord Raglan MoreSun Fri, 08/10/2018 - 01:14 Permalink

I think Solzhenitsyn's last book, Our 200 Years Together, about the Russians and Jews is one of the few books banned in America.  Try to buy it on Amazon.  It's like it doesn't exist.  Effectively, it doesn't.  I don't even think you can buy it in the UK.

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NoDebt lock-stick Thu, 08/09/2018 - 20:05 Permalink

Like I've been saying on here for years, eventually Conservatives are going to have to go into the Dragon's Lair of higher ed and clean house.  The alternative is endless waves of freshly graduated communists every year.  I'd start the housecleaning in Journalism School and work my way back into the real thick undergrowth in the Humanities.

 

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Skateboarder NoDebt Thu, 08/09/2018 - 20:08 Permalink

It starts with elementary skool. When you are sexualizing your kids at age 5 and teaching them about dicks and pussies and making them think it's okay to pick if you are a boy or a girl, well...

Homeschooling is the only option left for sane people, and the greater powers really want that to go away as well.

College is a lost cause. Don't even think of trying it man. The entire organizational apparatus needs to be dismantled before a new thing comes to being. Don't need to lose the property though - them halls need to stay.

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Skateboarder Thu, 08/09/2018 - 20:11 Permalink

I agree. Anyone that loves their children and doesn't homeschool or send them to a private school deserves what they will get in 20 years. An angry, entitled brat that will hate you for working and who will think they deserve to not work and that shows up at Thanksgiving and says they are getting married to Jane and Joe (only a matter of time until the polygamists and polyamorists are allowed their special version of insanity and perversion).

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 DjangoCat Thu, 08/09/2018 - 21:35 Permalink

I know.

I finally finished re-reading the Foundation series (including the prequels and postquels that were written after the first three) this weekend and have been thinking. The last book, "Foundation and Earth" had a disturbing ending. With genetic modification one group of humans becomes hermaphrodites and reproduction is a choice and doesn't require another person. This book was published in 1986.

This last two books also discuss a planet called Gaia where the planet is sentient and the people are peaceful and communicate via telepathy. Look at the environmental movement, today. It is not uncommon for them to claim that the Earth is sentient and that humans are toxic for the planet! On Gaia, nudity and sexuality are accepted and the one bad planet is a planet that has very cold weather and where the population is sexually repressed. Although the leadership on that planet is able to avoid a mindset of sexual repression common among the masses.

I started the Robot series, which technically is the predecessor to the Foundation series, last night, and am reading "I, Robot." Thankfully it isn't anything like the fucking movie. The logic experiments and loops are interesting, as one robot is assembled and thinks it is a God and humans are too weak to have created it! That part was funny! There are some other scenes with a robot getting "drunk" after getting caught in a logic loop.

My point being, that many of the ideas present in Asimov's books have filtered into society and have become normal to the point where some things are not discussed. I mean, the planet as a sentient being? Give me a fucking break!

The idea of the positronic brain made from plutoniumiridium.

There is more. I won't spoil the series for anyone that hasn't read it or hasn't read it recently. I am still thinking about the series.

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Kan HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Thu, 08/09/2018 - 23:08 Permalink

I recommend On a Pale Horse by Piers Anthony if your digging into 80's trilogies..  I didn't realize it then, but his incarnations were spot on.

 

I've been rereading John Carter of Mars, as its free online.   Its interesting how, personal honor and pride has been debased so heavily, then and now.

 

Most people have a hard time with Asimov, brilliant guy.  Have you ever read his forwards or any of his many many short stories?

From Wiki:  Asimov wrote hard science fiction. Along with Robert A. Heinlein and Arthur C. Clarke,   Its sad they put Heinlein in there, he was basically a sex freak pushing communal living in every book.  Friday, Have Space Suit—Will Travel, and Stranger in a Strange Land for example.  I'm not sure why wiki calls them the big three.. One invented the 3 laws for robots, the other invented the satellite, and heinlein pushed communal living, gay lifestyle,  along with trying to make Christ out as a Charlatan.  Oh I guess I answered that one. 

 

 

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Kan Fri, 08/10/2018 - 02:44 Permalink

When I first read the Foundation series, there were only three books, and I was 15 years old. That was 40 years ago. Until recently, I didn't realize there were additional books and so thought I would re-read them as an adult. At 15 my knowledge, and experience were limited, naturally. I remember thinking the series was about politics, when I was 15. Now that I am 55 I don't think that memory was correct or accurate. Funny, eh?

It was very much a modern version of Homer's, The Odyssey. A futuristic version. Especially the final book, "Foundation and Earth" where a few humans search for ancient Earth as it has been forgotten.

I am not much into short stories. The longer a series the more I like it. I have been reading the Liaden Universe for more than 15 years, as the authors are still alive and writing. I never read their short stories. I wait until they have a full book and usually devour it too quickly. I am a fast reader and hate arriving at the end of the story!

I read some of Piers Anthony's books, many years ago, though I don't remember the titles. The name is familiar. I have been scrounging the library, and then bookstores, for good science fiction, dystopic fiction, and space operas for 40 years.

I didn't know that John Carter of Mars was a book! That was an interesting movie but the book is always much better, in my opinion. I'll look for it, thank you! I loved Kim Stanley Robinson's take on Mars with his series, "Red Mars," "Green Mars," and "Blue Mars." Wow! That space elevator was blown up several times. Interesting take on terrorism, religious cults, and various political groups and how group dynamics work.

It is disappointing that too many science fiction authors seem to be liberal. Thanks for your explanation of Heinlein. No wonder I never completed "Stranger" and never bothered to read anything else he wrote. It didn't appeal to me.

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NoDebt Skateboarder Thu, 08/09/2018 - 20:16 Permalink

I've thought about the top-down vs. bottom-up strategy, SB.  I came to the conclusion (which you may feel free to disagree with) that nobody's tried it top-down.  There may be more success to be had there with a concerted effort than we think.  For sure, they've NEVER been challenged before.  For at least a while they won't know how to fight back as effectively.

Bottom-up has been tried before.  Any time you hear of a group of parents complain about some crazy common-core shit their kids are being taught or some bizarre age-inappropriate class being put on, the parents almost universally get smacked down in their complaint.  The schools all report up to the State, THROUGH A UNION no less.  An attack on one is an attack on all.  The troops are rallied, the horn is blasted and they show up en masse to tell the parents to get fucked. 

Besides, where do all those elementary school teachers come from?  College.

 

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Skateboarder NoDebt Thu, 08/09/2018 - 20:28 Permalink

I actually cannot disagree with what you say. The "Make Education Great Again" campaign. MEGA, bitchez! We will infiltrate the ranks and move up the chain and fix it top down.

Interesting approach. In practicality, this can be achieved with 1000 kids reared from all the states, from childhood, to have this be their life mission. All of them, going up the ranks in each school board and county board and state board... eventually to turn the tide.

It's the greatest heist ever!

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