35 More Things You Can’t Say at Collidge

Image result for students gagged with duct tape

At James Madison University, named for the author of the First Amendment–you could just die laughing, couldn’t you?–student advisers have been given a guidebook listing 35 things you’re not allowed to say anymore, for fear of creating a collidge environment that is something less than “safe and inclusive,” whatever the hell that means ( http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/29307/ ). I say “hell” because a lot of this PC crapola seems tailor-made for Satan’s realm.

Among the forbidden phrases are “I never owned slaves”–yeah, there’s some evil white person trying to get a pass just because he was born 150 years after slavery was abolished: but we’re on to him!–and “We’re all part of the human race.” *Sigh* But remember, collidge students must be at all times free from ever hearing or seeing anything that might upset them.

This is another thing we don’t want anymore.

Fact: America has way too many colleges and universities, way too many jerks and chowderheads teaching in them, way too much money flowing into them, and way too many persons attending them and “learning” totally useless subjects and worse than useless habits of thought.

3 comments on “35 More Things You Can’t Say at Collidge

  1. You can see where this “inclusiveness” is headed. Just read the stories of Nimrod and the current aim to bring all of us together. “Stronger Together” slogan of the left.

Leave a Reply