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FASCIST BULLIES: Social Justice Warriors damand you respect their rights while they work to suppress our rights

September 23, 2015

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Today’s Social Justice Warriors are nothing but two-bit fascist thugs.

What is fascism?

(sometimes initial capital letter) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.

These pathetic, often non-productive members of society often demand that we, as everyday Americans, respect their Constitutional rights while they work to limit and suppress our rights.  What’s more, they demand everyday Americans respect so-called “rights” that don’t even exist – with new-found “rights to feel safe”, among others.

Well, the push-back is beginning, even from unlikely places.

Take Wesleyan University in Connecticut – hardly a hotbed of conservative thought.  At nearly $63,000 per year to attend, it’s not a place you’ll find a lot of poor folks, either.

The student newspaper published an article recently that called out “#BlackLivesMatter” and all hell broke lose.  Overall, it was pretty tame, except for a couple of damning observations.

Here’s a couple of excerpts.

WHY BLACK LIVES MATTER ISN’T WHAT YOU THINK

(Wesleyan Argus) – …I talked to a Black Lives Matter supporter, Michael Smith ’18, who recoiled when I told him I was wondering if the movement was legitimate. This is not questioning their claims of racism among the police, or in society itself. Rather, is the movement itself actually achieving anything positive? Does it have the potential for positive change?

…Smith countered with, “You can’t judge an entire movement off the actions of a few extremists.”

I responded with, “Isn’t that what the movement is doing with the police? Judging an entire profession off the actions of a few members?”

Hence, my concerns that the movement is not legitimate, or at the very least, hypocritical.

Yes, all hell has broken loose.    Some students and social justice warriors have thrown a collective temper tantrum of epic proportions, stamping their feet demanding a retraction and even threatening the author and the newspaper’s editors.

What’s more, it’s not the churlish students and layabouts in society demanding retaliation against the student newspaper – it’s faculty staff as well!  They claim “it neglects to provide a safe space for the voices of students of color.”

Yep, that’s right:

Group Petitions to Defund Wesleyan’s Campus Newspaper, Saying It’s Not a ‘Safe Space’

(Chronicle of Higher Education)– A group of students and faculty members at Wesleyan University are petitioning to defund the Connecticut campus’s newspaper, The Wesleyan Argus, because “it neglects to provide a safe space for the voices of students of color.” According to an article in the Argus, the protesting group has also pledged to boycott the newspaper until its demands are met. Among them:

  • Space on the newspaper’s front page should be devoted to submissions from minority voices.
  • Positions should be created at the newspaper that count for course credit or work-study.
  • Diversity training should be provided to members of all campus publications.

Emphasis added.

Do you think for a minute these wingnuts support any Constitutional rights of anyone that doesn’t agree with them?  No, these Social Justice Warriors are simply would-be fascist bullies, through and through.  They seek to intimidate and destroy those who don’t toe the line.

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So, these moonbats have pledged a boycott of the student newspaper.  So what?  Bring it on!

Kroger ignored the social justice warriors at Moms Demand Action, beginning in late 2014.  MDA has urged a boycott of Kroger by its supporters because Kroger won’t roll over and ban lawfully possessed guns from their stores.  What’s happened as a result of the Moms Demand Action social justice warrior boycott?  Kroger sales have gone UP!  Sharply, at that.

Why?  Because Moms Demand Action has no supporters. 

Back to our student newspaper story.

The administration at Wesleyan are trying their best to be adults about this, in spite some of their very child-like faculty.  They pushed back with this:

Black Lives Matter and So Does Free Speech

(Wesleyan) – Many students turned out for a powerful panel discussion on the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement earlier this week. The panelists underscored issues of structural racism in general and police brutality in particular. Earlier in the week The Argus published an op-ed that questioned whether “the [BLM] movement itself [is] actually achieving anything positive? Does it have the potential for positive change?” Many students took strong exception to the article; it was meant to be a provocative piece. Some students not only have expressed their disagreement with the op-ed but have demanded apologies, a retraction and have even harassed the author and the newspaper’s editors. Some are claiming that the op-ed was less speech than action: it caused harm and made people of color feel unsafe.

Debates can raise intense emotions, but that doesn’t mean that we should demand ideological conformity because people are made uncomfortable. As members of a university community, we always have the right to respond with our own opinions, but there is no right not to be offended. We certainly have no right to harass people because we don’t like their views. Censorship diminishes true diversity of thinking; vigorous debate enlivens and instructs.

In the long run, Wesleyan will be a much more caring and inspiring community when we can tolerate strong disagreements. Through our differences we can learn from one another.

Michael Roth, President
Joyce Jacobsen, Provost
Antonio Farias, Vice-President for Equity and Inclusion

Translation:  Get over it, whiners.

Game, set, match.

…Until the next childish temper tantrum.

 

4 Responses to FASCIST BULLIES: Social Justice Warriors damand you respect their rights while they work to suppress our rights

  1. KK on September 23, 2015 at 3:14 pm

    So the feel “unsafe.” Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah
    I would bet that their BLM protests make a whole lot of non-colored people feel unsafe.
    Is it BLM, or more like BM?

    ‘If “Ferguson is everywhere,” does that mean that black thugs are everywhere? We may know the answer to that.

  2. JB on September 23, 2015 at 5:25 pm

    Threats and intimidation are the platform these scum stand upon.It is their creed.They have no power over those who say no to their intimidation and threats.Like every bully,you poke them in the nose they slink back to the sewers.There is no right to not be offended.Quit pretending there is.

  3. HappilyEverAfter on September 23, 2015 at 8:42 pm

    Black Lives Matter?

    Sure they do. Just like Police lives and White lives.

    Why are black people demanding that their lives are any more valuable than anyone else’s?

    And Michael Brown? He wasn’t worth a pot of warm piss on a good day.

  4. bangbang on September 24, 2015 at 6:11 am

    ***Antonio Farias, Vice-President for Equity and Inclusion***

    When you have one of these you are already too far down that road to ever turn back peacefully.