Guest Post:I called for diversity of thought. My peers compared me to a neo-Nazi.

As I took part in a recent student leadership board meeting for the Department of Political Science at Boston University, a group that works to advise faculty on ways to improve, I offered some advice: the department could use more intellectual diversity.

I suggested more debates in the classroom, as opposed to what I had witnessed in my three years at the school, that being an assumption during class that everyone agrees.

I broached my idea after I had sat and respectfully listened to the ideas of others for an hour, but my peers, and a professor and an administrator in the room, were not about to return the favor.

One student chided me that “debate” was too aggressive of a word, that I should use “discussion” instead. Another student, a College Democrat in the room, then compared me to a well-known peer from Boston University who is often regarded as a neo-Nazi and who went to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, noting “he has sat here in these seats asking for intellectual diversity as well.”

I felt shocked and insulted. I waited to see if either the professor or administrator or any of the other students in the room would defend me. None did. One student suggested conservatives shouldn’t major in political science at Boston University, as they’d have a hard time. The room erupted in laughter.

I wish I could say I was surprised. But after years of experiencing liberal bias, both at Boston University as well as Lehigh University, where I attended before I transferred, it felt like just another day on campus.

To that end, there are plenty of anecdotes I could supply. Here are just a few.

As a freshman, or as the administration likes to say to avoid being sexist— as a “first-year”— I was required to take an English class. My instructor was a teaching assistant, but insisted we call her professor. The morning after President Trump won, she dismissed class early because she could not stop crying. Later that day, she sent out an email giving us information about a designated “safe space” on campus to commiserate the election results. Nevermind that my university has an entire police department to protect it.

During a course I took on political theory, my professor dedicated the entire chapter on fascism to President Trump. He constantly referred to Trump as a fascist, and brought up the Mueller investigation during each class session.

In my statistics class, my professor made an entire exam question that necessitated a final conclusion that Fox News is not a reliable news source. The chi-square test is a statistic that measures the “goodness of fit” between how well an observed distribution fits with the expected distribution. We were given the average amount of gun deaths that occur per year in the United States and the average amount of terrorist attacks that are perpetrated toward Americans per year. We were also given the amount of times CNN, MSNBC, ABC and Fox News reported on each of these issues, and the idea is that one would expect the news organizations to report on the respective issues a proportional amount. When one worked out the math, Fox News’ reporting ended up having the worst goodness of fit, and we had to write that meant they were the least reliable and most unbalanced.

In other courses, I’ve been forced to include my “pronouns” in my introductions at the beginning of the term. After revealing I’m Catholic, I’ve been asked if my priests ever “microaggressed” me. I’ve been told by a climate-alarmist professor that I would face consequences if I ever brought single-use plastic into his classroom.

Were these experiences kind of annoying because I just want to get my degree and not feel like I was sitting in on my professors’ therapy sessions? Yes. Do I feel oppressed? Not even close.

These experiences have given me a beautiful thing — they’ve helped ground me in my conservative beliefs. I’ve always had these values in me, but never cared to dig into them until they felt endangered.

The more my professors and peers mocked, challenged and disputed conservatism, the more time I spent studying and learning the counterarguments against their arguments. I watched videos, read books, listened to podcasts to hear another perspective, and even helped start a Young Americans for Freedom chapter.

Because of my experiences on campus, I have become the proud conservatarian I am today. To my professors and peers, I am certain this was not what you had intended, but thank you anyway.

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Macron admits Yellow Vest chaos COULD be his fault – ‘I made MISTAKES’

President Emmanuel Macron of France is trying to appear as if, after sixteen weeks of protests, he is finally acknowledging his initial handling of the yellow vest protest movement was flawed and high handed, admitting it exacerbated the unrest. The europhile president, who recently infuriated his critics by signing a treaty that will lead to closer economic and political integration between France and Germany, also warned against giving in to the wave of nationalism sweeping across the bloc, as he called for a “strong, united and sovereign” Europe.

He said: “When we move ahead too quickly … we make mistakes. I’ve made mistakes in the past, which are part of the explanation for the [yellow vest] crisis. We cannot leave those who need to work, to live, to move face an uncertain future devoid of opportunities,” he continued, as he called for “reconciliation” following 16 weeks of sometimes violent anti-government protests.

In fact that amounts to a non – admission of culpability because Macron treied the same grovelling mea culpa trick back in December, as reported by France 24, before ramping up the police violence in a bid to suppress criticism of his regime.

The yellow vest movement – which takes its name from the fluorescent safety jackets all French drivers must carry in their cars – started way back in mid-November over rising fuel costs and planned fuel tax hikes but quickly morphed into a popular revolt against Mr Macron’s perceived neglect of the working class and globalist, pro-business economic policies.

His government has since deployed paramilitary police to quash the crisis – which is still ongoing – and when that failed he tried promising to increase the minimum wage, slash taxes for low-income pensioners, tax-free overtime pay and a scuttling of the controversial fuel tax. Unfortunately for his government, few people believed him.

Mr Macron also spoke against the continuing growth of support for nationalist parties in Europe, as he called for the soon-to-be 27-member bloc to remain “united and sovereign”. The boy Macron seems to have a very vague grasp of what sovereign means as only yesterday his mentor Hausfrau – Volksfuhrer Merkel was demanding that memberr states surrender sovereignty over border control to the EU.

Urging EU states to fight against any form of “retreat into nationalism,” the 41-year-old said countries needed to instead focus on an advance into Maoism working together to resolve common problems, such as mass immigration from sub-Saharan Africa and economic slowdowns. Afain Macron is talking through his derriere, since being elected he has constantly called for more immigration and more erosion of European cultures to accomodate the excesses of Islamic extremism.

He said: “No country in Europe, not Italy, not France, will solve its problems by opposing itself to other European countries and by turning inwards at national level. We will solve our problems by cooperating.” Or as his German allies might put it, “Ve haff vays of making you cooperate.”

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Gang of Migrants Allegedly Raped Underage Italian Girls

Over the past few years we have focused on reporting the numerous incidences of immigrant sex crimes against white British girls and women, most of which, due to the wrped morality of politically correct thinking that permeates all levels of government and the public sector, went largely unpunished for many years until public pressure forced the authorities to act.

What is it about the left wing mindset that enables them to screech and scream about women’s rights and toxic masculinity or claim that a European man putting his hand on a woman’s arm consitutes serious sexual assault, but gang rape which is surely one of the most horrible and psychologically damaging crimes, is less serious if the perpetrators have darker skin than their victim?

Migrant sex crimes, and government cover – ups of them are not exclusive to Britain of course, we have occasionally looked at similar problems in Sweden, Germany and France. And now it seems, Italian women are to be sacrificed to the gods of multiculturalism.

A gang of five Muslim migrants have been arrested in Italy after being accused of luring four underage Italian girls with drugs, imprisoning them, and taking turns sexually abusing them. The alleged migrant rape gang consisted of three Albanians and two Moroccans aged between 17 and 20-years-old. They are accused of locking up four Italian girls in an apartment after inviting them over with the promise of alcohol and drugs, Il Giornale reports.

Investigators say the young migrants, who came from “non-disadvantaged, integrated and working families”, lured the underage girls in July of last year after meeting them through school. After arriving in the apartment, the migrants locked the girls in the apartment so they would not be able to escape. After the girls begged to be released the migrants threatened them saying they would throw them out of the window. It is a pattern of abuse instantly recognisable to those of us who have followed the grooming and abuse cases in Rotherham, Birmingham, Oxford
and elsewhere in Britain.

One of the girls was then separated from the others and stripped of clothes as the five migrants sexually abused her and filmed the ordeal on their mobile phones. The case comes after two other high profile cases involving migrants drugging and sexually abusing Italian girls over the last year. The first, which occurred in February of 2018, saw 18-year-old Pamela Mastropietro lured away from a drug addiction recovery centre by a Nigerian drug dealer.

Ms Mastropioetro was later killed and her body dismembered and put into suitcases that were left on the side of the road in the Italian commune of Pollenza. Several months later, another young Italian girl, Desirée Mariottini, was found dead in an abandoned building site known to be connected to the city’s drug scene in Rome. Witnesses say the 16-year-old was drugged and sexually abused by several migrant men before she died of an overdose which prosecutors allege was caused on purpose by her attackers.

This abuse and brutalisation of European women is sadly becoming the norm. Historically, widespread approval of class, sexual or racially-based scapegoating is a necessary precursor to eventual genocide. The process through which this comes about is well understood and well applied – first ridicule, then demonise and then destroy – and the latest group targets are white nationalist-traditionalist heterosexuals and their children** who are now being assaulted on every front by empowered minority groups of sexual deviants, predatory aliens and avaricious globalists.

Our ruling classes, their MSM propagandists, their uniformed and civilian attired enforcement arms, feral African-heritage criminal empires, the global jihad and their Antifa street soldiers are all still some way away from that stage of dealing with us free thinking and freedom loving reprobates, but the possibility inches slowly forward day by day as history has demonstrated so many times before.

We must stop this abomination now before that disparate collection of predators and parasites coalesces into a united front whilst we remain fragmented and often isolated in relatively safe non-metropolitan bubbles simply getting on with our lives mostly unaffected in our personal ‘calm in the eye of the storm’ whilst ignoring the tempest closing in around us.

Italian migrant gang arrested for raping underage girls
Migrant sex crime in Britain