The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recently issued a guide that instructs students that Christmas vacations and telling a woman “I love your shoes!” are “microagressions.”
The UNC Chapel Hill guide, covers a wide range of menacing microaggressions — which are everyday words that radical leftists have decided to be angry or frustrated about.
Christmas vacations are a microagression, the public university pontificates, because “academic calendars and encouraged vacations” which “are organized around major religious observances” centralize “the Christian faith” and diminish “non-Christian spiritual rituals and observances.”
Then of course, the University of California, Berkeley, frowns upon notions that America is a “melting pot” and the “most qualified person” should get the job — and now another college has joined the fray.
The University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point released a list of microaggressions it expects new faculty to read. The list, that was linked to their website seems to be unavailable at the time of this writing. The title of the document is “Examples of Racial Microaggressions” and outlines types of “racist microaggressions,” examples of them, and what they are “actually” saying.
In the section “Color Blindness: Statements that indicate that a White person does not want to acknowledge race,” the quote, “America is a melting pot” is said to be racist. According to the document, whites try to force others to “assimilate/acculturate to the dominant culture” when they say that.
It would seem a major goal of Liberal politics is to create an entire nation of victims. How difficult is it to see that Democrats are doing anything and everything they can to break America down into micro-groups of “victims” that they can swoop in and save, thus making them dependent on the government and much easier to manipulate.
Creating a country that enables a “victim complex” to this degree can’t possibly yield positive results. What WILL happen is people will completely lose their ability to handle small interpersonal matters on their own and create a full-blown epidemic of mental illness, depression, social anxiety disorders, etc. Raising our kids to be strong and to not let certain comments bother them is a much better, more positive way to go. Not raising an entire generation of people armed with an excuse for every little thing that does not go their way.
The last eight years of this pathetic Obama administration has been nothing more than an attempt to bubble wrap America – tear people down into micro-groups, build a bigger government with far more dependents.
The Democrats are only as strong as the weakest, poorest, most dependent and easily-offended segment of the population.
Do you really want to be a part of THAT team? Or do you want to be a part of what America always was prior to Barack Obama — Strong, Powerful and Confident!
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