Saturday, March 25, 2017

To paraphrase from Insty, I'll start worrying about all the 'hate crimes'

when they stop faking most of them.
The Diversity Leadership Council at Gustavus Adolphus College admits that it — with the help of other social-justice groups — planted fake racist flyers on campus “to educate” people about racism.
'Educate'.  Right.  If 'educate' is translated to 'Create a problem so we can save you from it.'
And that name: Diversity Leadership Council.  Makes you wonder just what was in the mind of the asshats who dreamed it up.

On Monday, the Diversity Leadership Council published a Facebook post explaining that it had posted the fake flyers to “promote, preserve, and protect on-campus diversity” and “to help educate our peers and campus community about issues of bias, and the importance of being an active bystander.”
"We don't have any real problems, so how will we justify our Council and keep getting money and attention?  We'll CREATE problems!"

Having people like this running things, no wonder Californicated is so fornicated.

Over at Hoyt's place: Coyote Gravity, which includes
Witchcraft seems strangely appropriate. For too long, the Left believed in a form of political sympathetic magic: if they controlled how the world was portrayed in news and fiction, they could reshape reality to their whims. Therefore, it came as a brutal shock to their system when the end result of all their years of plotting and manipulating was the rise of Donald Trump, the one result they absolutely did not want.

The spate of silly comparisons between Trump and the Mule from Asimov’s Foundation series are right in one respect. Trump is an element that our social planners did not foresee. Not because of mutant mind-powers, but because of an intellectual blindspot on the part of those who thought they were charting the destiny of the nation. He couldn’t possibly win, they thought. Our media propaganda machine is just too strong, they thought. Now they’re scrambling to figure out how they got it so completely wrong.

1 comment:

Rob said...

" Our media propaganda machine is just too strong". They were wrong on that count but part of it was the other choice on the ballot.