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1256, 03 Aug 18

“we all live on campus now”

I haven’t quoted Andrew Sullivan is years, but he’s spot on with this analysis.

Yes, we all live on campus now. The neo-Marxist analysis of society, in which we are all mere appendages of various groups of oppressors and oppressed, and in which the oppressed definitionally cannot be at fault, is now the governing philosophy of almost all liberal media. That’s how the Washington Post can provide a platform for raw misandry, and the New York Times can hire and defend someone who expresses racial hatred. The great thing about being in the social justice movement is how liberating it can feel to give voice to incendiary, satisfying bigotry — and know that you’re still on the right side of history.


1256, 03 August 2018


  1. Kevin Scheunemann

    No kidding!

    The intersectionality, victim hierarchy and political correctness of the left is one of the greatest dangers we face today in America.

    We face a bunch of snowflakes where their feelings are bruised by simple greetings like “Merry Christmas” “God Bless America” “Happy Easter”, and recognizing veterans for their service!

    Liberalism is a disease that needs a cure.

  2. Le Roi du Nord

    “Liberalism is a disease that needs a cure.”

    You just can’t abide anyone with an opinion or idea that differs from yours, can you?

  3. Paul

    You’re the most narrow-minded piece of shit on this blog, old timer. Go back to shitting your adult diapers.

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