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  • College Professor: Believing in Hard Work is White Ideology

    Pennsylvania State University-Brandywine professor Angela Putman recently asserted in an academic paper that the notion “if I work hard, I can be successful” is merely a product of white ideology, reports Campus Reform.
    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timoth...ology-n2388692

    That's right folks, working hard is WHITE SUPREMACY! PoC don't need to do that, everything should just be given to them for nothing because.. there was slavery hundreds of years ago or something.

    The left is going to eat itself, I swear to God...

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    • Originally posted by Vorph View Post

      https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timoth...ology-n2388692

      That's right folks, working hard is WHITE SUPREMACY! PoC don't need to do that, everything should just be given to them for nothing because.. there was slavery hundreds of years ago or something.

      The left is going to eat itself, I swear to God...
      It is already eating itself.

      They behave like cancer.

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      • Originally posted by Vorph View Post

        https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timoth...ology-n2388692

        That's right folks, working hard is WHITE SUPREMACY! PoC don't need to do that, everything should just be given to them for nothing because.. there was slavery hundreds of years ago or something.

        The left is going to eat itself, I swear to God...
        So hard work triggers SJW snowflakes?

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        • Originally posted by HisRoyalHighness View Post
          So hard work triggers SJW snowflakes?
          Yes, to them it is a sign of privilege.

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          • Originally posted by Ivan le Fou View Post

            Yes, to them it is a sign of privilege.
            My god the irony. Hahaha.

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            • Originally posted by Ivan le Fou View Post

              Yes, to them it is a sign of privilege.
              I shake my head in disbelief at the mindset of these wankers,, btw,, we have them down here as well

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              • Not your regular shenanigans...

                The former U.S. Secretary of State and presidential nominee is in talks with Columbia University to take on a formal role at the Ivy League — and potentially house her archives there, multiple sources told the Daily News.
                One option under discussion is an esteemed “University Professor” role that would allow Clinton to lecture across a range of schools and departments without the requirement of a strict course load, one source said.
                http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/...icle-1.3559329

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                • https://www.thecut.com/2017/10/the-m...sculinity.html

                  For some time, Stephen Hicks had felt like something was off. “My relationship ended, then a lot of things started collapsing in front of me,” Hicks says. He began attending therapy, which made him realize that he needed to make a bigger change: “I wasn’t doing really terrible things, but I also wasn’t being the most ideal Stephen I could be,” he says. “The bar is really lowered for cisgender guys.”

                  So earlier this year, Hicks signed up for the pilot Rethink Masculinity class, a partnership between the Washington, D.C., Rape Crisis Center, Collective Action for Safe Spaces, and ReThink, an organization that works to prevent sexual assault.

                  The program bills itself as a class where men “learn how social constructs of masculinity harm them and the people around them, and work to construct healthier masculinities.” Or, as Hicks puts it, “It was eight weeks of guys discussing how they can address their actions with better self-awareness and less toxicity."

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                  • Originally posted by haze99 View Post
                    https://www.thecut.com/2017/10/the-m...sculinity.html

                    For some time, Stephen Hicks had felt like something was off. “My relationship ended, then a lot of things started collapsing in front of me,” Hicks says. He began attending therapy, which made him realize that he needed to make a bigger change: “I wasn’t doing really terrible things, but I also wasn’t being the most ideal Stephen I could be,” he says. “The bar is really lowered for cisgender guys.”

                    So earlier this year, Hicks signed up for the pilot http://www.collectiveactiondc.org/our-work/rethink-masculinity/"]Rethink Masculinity[/URL] class, a partnership between the Washington, D.C., Rape Crisis Center, Collective Action for Safe Spaces, and ReThink, an organization that works to prevent sexual assault.

                    The program bills itself as a class where men “learn how social constructs of masculinity harm them and the people around them, and work to construct healthier masculinities.” Or, as Hicks puts it, “It was eight weeks of guys discussing how they can address their actions with better self-awareness and less toxicity."
                    Gayyyyyyyyy

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                    • Originally posted by haze99 View Post
                      https://www.thecut.com/2017/10/the-m...sculinity.html

                      For some time, Stephen Hicks had felt like something was off. “My relationship ended, then a lot of things started collapsing in front of me,” Hicks says. He began attending therapy, which made him realize that he needed to make a bigger change: “I wasn’t doing really terrible things, but I also wasn’t being the most ideal Stephen I could be,” he says. “The bar is really lowered for cisgender guys.”

                      So earlier this year, Hicks signed up for the pilot Rethink Masculinity class, a partnership between the Washington, D.C., Rape Crisis Center, Collective Action for Safe Spaces, and ReThink, an organization that works to prevent sexual assault.

                      The program bills itself as a class where men “learn how social constructs of masculinity harm them and the people around them, and work to construct healthier masculinities.” Or, as Hicks puts it, “It was eight weeks of guys discussing how they can address their actions with better self-awareness and less toxicity."



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                      • "Free speech is fascist".


                        The president of the University of Oregon was blocked from giving a state-of-the-university speech on Oct. 6 to the students because of a small group of student protesters who disagreed with his stance on free speech on campus.
                        “Armed with a megaphone and raised fists, the protesters shouted about the university’s rising tuition,” wrote the president of the university, Michael H. Schill, in an op-ed in The New York Times. “[A]nd my support for free speech on campus — a stance they said perpetuated 'fascism and white supremacy.'”
                        Schill was quick to note the irony that the protesters “would associate fascism with the university during a protest in which they limit discourse.” A student went so far as to storm “the stage during my talk told the news media to 'expect resistance to anyone who opposes us,'” he wrote.
                        http://ijr.com/the-declaration/2017/...g-free-speech/


                        But as many/most/all things done/condone by the left: it is a one way street.
                        Your free speech => fascism and must, therefore, be suppressed.
                        My free speech => not fascism and must, therefore, be protected.

                        And, of course, the rules are written by the left.

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                        • And you'll never guess who...

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                            • As I scroll down these pages, it's just post after post after post of the most idiotic idiots in the Galaxy. Is this what is going on at Colleges? Glad I got thru when I did, we actually had a lot of fun back in the day.

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                              • Originally posted by riderboy View Post
                                As I scroll down these pages, it's just post after post after post of the most idiotic idiots in the Galaxy. Is this what is going on at Colleges? Glad I got thru when I did, we actually had a lot of fun back in the day.
                                Yup.

                                And these are those claiming Trump is a dangerous individual (fascist, racist, homophobic, literally Hitler, you name it). Some very powerful projection...

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