Quick, call 911! Somebody hurt my feelings!
September’s coming, and America’s colleges and universities are gearing up for another season of unbridled idiocy, paid for by untold millions of tuition dollars.
Santa Clara University, in California, “prohibits behavior motivated by bias”–which could be practically any behavior at all, depending on how you look at it: is Santa Clara U. a school for the dead?–and the university website advises students, “If the bias incident is in progress or just occurred: ALWAYS CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY” ( http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=6738 ).
What do they mean, “a bias incident”?
The university defines it as “a speech, act, or harassing action”–that covers just about everything, except for lying face-down in the middle of the woods, all alone–“that targets, threatens, or attacks an individual or group because of their actual or perceived race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religious affiliation.” Except, of course, if your “target” is a Christian. Or white.
Here’s my question: Who is the wackiest of the bunch?
The university twollops who dream up this garbage in the first place?
The parents who send their kids to these universities, at back-breaking cost?
The students who allow themselves to be governed by standards more suitable to a lunatic asylum run by the inmates?
Or the police and emergency services who are actually daft enough to respond to a 911 call–“Emergency! Emergency! Somebody just did a microaggression on me, and my feelings are hurt and I feel threatened! Hurry, hurry!” “Well, guys, better put that heart-attack call on the back burner and go take care of this microaggression on the campus…”
What? You don’t remember “microaggression”? Like, just because the whole concept is so stupid and asinine and fascist, you can’t remember what it is? Here’s a refresher ( http://leeduigon.com/2015/06/17/the-university-where-young-minds-go-to-die/ ). All you gotta remember is “microaggression” is anything you say or do or write or raise your eyebrows over, that makes some liberal or other powder-puff feel “threatened” or “demeaned” or just plain cheesed off.
Oh, well… They may not be able to teach your kid physics or accounting or how to write a coherent English sentence; but they sure can teach crapola.