The noodle-spine inmates have been running the asylum on American campuses longer than Lena Dunham has made false rape accusations (see Berkeley Students Accuse Professor of White Supremacy. Over a Midterm and Liberal Columbia University Students Now Demand Trigger Warnings From Professors).
Most professors figure, “Bump this noise, I have tenure” and let students trample over logic and manners like carrier monkeys in Outbreak.
Adam J. MacLeod, an associate professor of law at Jones School of Law at Faulkner University, isn’t having it. He penned his unfiltered thoughts in a blog post that has going viral.
He has three ground rules for his classroom:
1. The only “ism” I ever want to come out your mouth is a syllogism. If I catch you using an “ism” or its analogous “ist” — racist, classist, etc. — then you will not be permitted to continue speaking until you have first identified which “ism” you are guilty of at that very moment. You are not allowed to fault others for being biased or privileged until you have first identified and examined your own biases and privileges.
I’d throw in any variation of “-shame” or “-shaming.” Unless of course we’re talking about SJWshame or ignoramusshaming.
2. If I catch you this semester using the words “fair,” “diversity,” or “equality,” or a variation on those terms, and you do not stop immediately to explain what you mean, you will lose your privilege to express any further opinions in class until you first demonstrate that you understand three things about the view that you are criticizing.
Where are the hidden cameraphone video recordings? Because if #2 hasn’t created some unintentionally hilarious responses from triggered students, then I quit.
3. If you ever begin a statement with the words “I feel,” before continuing you must cluck like a chicken or make some other suitable animal sound.
“Idiot SJWs Clucking Like Chickens” just became my new favorite genre of YouTube videos. Someone needs to audit this professor’s class, like yesterday. I need the auto-tuned montage of students making animal sounds. So do you. It’s Christmastime, after all.
Professors like this give us hope. We need more leaders who tell the liberal status quo to shove it up the ass like some kind of prison playtime. If the laws of public perception have taught us anything, it’s “where there’s one, there are many.” Let this professor be the herald for a new generation of brain-addled student stomp downs. We’re not kidding about the videos.