Brief recap: remember George Ciccariello-Maher from a while back? He’s the professor who publicly wished for the death of all white people last Christmas. Charming fellow. Well he’s back to infect us all. Like Hillary Clinton. Pennywise. Tax season.
George tweeted more anti-white people “thoughts” in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, then made a brief retreat back into his dark sewer when more sensible villagers berated him back into seclusion.
That’s the cliff notes version. Feel caught up?
Here’s where it gets good. Georgie-boy is claiming conservatives are like a real-life Thought Police on campus. He’s expecting you, the thought police cadet reading this post, to ignore how Berkeley spent upwards of $600k to protect a Jewish conservative from Antifa mobs.
According to George, it’s conservatives who’re the word Gustapo on campuses:
I am by no means the first, and will not be the last target of this kind of smear campaign by conservatives aimed at academics. In every case, it is the same right-wing media outlets leading the charge, and campuses are increasingly the target. Universities and colleges have become the perfect target for such crusades: Purportedly hotbeds of multiculturalism, “safe spaces” and political correctness, campuses represent everything the resentful right is afraid of. At the same time that the right-wing media smears professors like myself, decrying our tenure and demanding our heads, they breathlessly chronicle the supposed intolerance of the left when confronted with provocative campus tours by Yiannopoulos, Richard Spencer, Charles Murray, Ann Coulter and others.
By bowing to pressure from racist internet trolls, Drexel has sent the wrong signal: That you can control a university’s curriculum with anonymous threats of violence.
Pump the brakes, George. It’s conservatives who are hijacking the campuses with violence?
First of all, it’s necessary to address the homicidal elephant in the room. Death threats and violence are never justifiable. No matter how big of a white-hating sewer-troll you might be. When you make racist remarks publicly, however, don’t be surprised when there’s public backlash. Fair enough? Racist remarks include saying something negative about a whole race. This includes “White people are the problem” or any facsimile thereof.
Now, on to what may be the most mind-numbingly retarded thing said all year. Free speech is becoming a no bueno on campuses. But conservatives are as much to blame for silencing free speech as Hillary Clinton is responsible for launching pantsuits into the mainstream. It’s pure fiction. Straight out of a mindset fueled with delusions of misguided grandeur. Put down the shrooms, pick up a book.
Here’s usually how a conservative protests a speaker they don’t like, Georgie: They just don’t go to the lecture. The end. If conservative students threw hissy fits about speakers they didn’t like, it would be well documented by outfits like HuffPo and the face hole you call a mouth.
Radical leftists, on the other hand? Different story. If you’re in need of evidence, fear not. We have miles of copy on the subject:
- Vice News Reports On Leftist Students Running Evergreen College…
- “Anti-Fascists” Burn Berkeley to Protest Milo. They’re The REAL Fascists!
- UW-Madison Students Hand Out Free Dildos to Protest Second Amendment Speech
- Leftists Accuse Ben Shapiro of White Supremacy. Declare Speech to be Violence
- Ben Shapiro Throws Down on Anti-Free Speech College Snowflakes in Congressional Hearing
- Leftist Students Want Veterans Banned from University. Because ‘White Supremacy’
- Steven Crowder Delivers Most Epic Smackdown of College Protestors Ever
Dealing with trolls, online or off, is never a cake walk. Gay wedding cake or birthday. Even if you’re a major douchelord deserving an etiquette lesson. Backlash to written or spoken words is the same thing conservative speakers face on the reg. Usually for the sin of wanting the government to get off their backs and take their grubby paws out of their pockets. Not for blaming white people for their problems, or trying to shift the blame of “Thought Police” where it doesn’t belong, mind you. But you know. Common ground and all that.
We can’t defend violent scrotes who are trying to silence you, George George George of the Jungle Watch Out For that Tree. But, lets not forget which side started this lame “Thought Police” tradition in the first place. Hint: not us.
Here, some more clues: