If you’re ever curious as to how a majority-leftist society would work out, just refer to your local university (see Seattle University: Students Demand Dean Resign Because ‘Humanities is Racist’). This “incident” perfectly exemplifies what leftism in action looks like. A University of Houston student government leader is being reprimanded and forced to attend diversity workshops by her fellow students. Her crime? Saying “AllLivesMatter.” More on that below. Try not to vomit.
A student government leader at the University of Houston was suspended for 50 days and ordered to attend a diversity seminar after she criticized the Black Lives Matter movement online. Rohini Sethi went on Facebook and opined “Forget #BlackLivesMatter; more like AllLivesMatter.”
Numerous UH students denounced it as incredibly offensive or even hateful. Sethi serves as the vice president of UH’s student government association (SGA), and several UH students demanded her immediate removal.
Instead, SGA president… released a letter Friday outlining a set of five punishments for Sethi.
- A 50-day suspension from SGA.
- A requirement to attend a three-day diversity workshop.
- A requirement to attend three “UH cultural events” each month…
- An order to write a “letter of reflection” about her harmful actions…
- An order to put on a public presentation detailing “the knowledge she has gained about cultural issues facing our society.”
This poor girl. Imagine all those hours she’ll waste being forced to listen to leftist drivel. Couldn’t they have sentenced her to romp around in a dumpster? Ablaze, fueled by human fecal matter? Same effect.
The people demanding “justice” for her actions? Those are the guys and gals who vote in our elections, become leaders themselves, and will go on to raise little leftist children of their own one day. That is, if they don’t find the family unit to be too triggering (read Liberals Now Say That “To Start a Family” is “Loathsome” and “Offensive.” No Joke…). Let that sink in for a minute.
Remember the First Amendment? Yeah, it’s a thing. Guess that doesn’t apply here…