My Alma Mater! Hot Dog! (It’s an Idiot Factory)

Speak no evil, see no evil, hear no evil: your Rutgers education

I just can’t wait till the next time Rutgers University calls me up and asks me for money!

Rutgers has adopted a “Language Matters” program in which students living in a dorm are cautioned to speak only when “necessary” or “helpful,” so as to avoid committing any kind of “microaggression” or “microinvalidation” or other such tommyrot ( http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=8081 ).

Hey! Did you know that “victims of microaggression” are “more at risk for illness and a decreased immune system”?

We really do need to ask how, in the not-too-distant future, a country populated by such thin-skinned wilting idiots as our current college graduates can possibly survive in the real world. Any half a dozen goons armed with harsh language will easily conquer us.

Yo, people! Stop it with the colleges already! We are “educating” our country to death!

And I do not mean that as a figure of speech.

5 comments on “My Alma Mater! Hot Dog! (It’s an Idiot Factory)

  1. The forces of satan must be celebrating full time now. How could a nation,
    filled with stalwarts fall so far? Some blame feminism (making feminized men), but it goes much deeper than that. In colonial times, women fought alongside their men and yet retained their femininity as wives and mothers. No, I see this as a last days, all-out assault on all that is decent and true by the forces of evil that have come to steal, kill and destroy.

  2. I concur with Erlene. This is not an assault on American liberty or freedom of speech; it’s an assault on humanity itself. Nearly 30 years ago, when I was in my early 30s, I went back to school for some technical courses and found myself in classes with people just out of high school and a number of people in their early twenties. At that time, I was appalled by the sense of entitlement these kids had, not to mention their violent aversion to being held responsible for their actions. They struck me as being the emotional equals of kindergarteners. Now, the children of that generation are in college and I can only imagine how thin skinned they must be.

    But it goes well beyond colleges. I believe that we’re seeing the fulfillment if Revelation 17:17 “For God has put it in their hearts to execute His purpose by having a common purpose, and by giving their kingdom to the beast, until the words of God will be fulfilled.” The problems around the world suggest to me that rulers are no longer Looking out for the interests of their country, but are instead, promoting a global agenda, even when that goes against the will of their citizens.

    1. The rulers of the Western countries are a pack of liars, thieves, villains, blockheads, and psychopaths. Other than that, they’re pretty nice people.

      Welcome aboard, MLS. I reckon I’d last about five minutes before I blew a gasket, if I had to go back to collidge now.

    2. I tried going back to school a few years ago and lasted about three weeks. The course involved programming routers, specialized computers used in networks. I did the exercises and then was required to discuss my “feelings” about the commands used in the exercises. One of the beauties of working with computers is that they don’t have feelings.

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