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  • Rap Sheet: ***133*** Acts of Media-Approved Violence and Harassment Against Trump Supporters

    07/06/2018 8:54:32 PM PDT · by ATOMIC_PUNK · 11 replies
    https://www.breitbart.com/ ^ | JOHN NOLTE 5 Jul 2018
    When not calling Trump supporters “Nazis” as a means to dehumanize us, the establishment media like to whine about the lack of civility in American politics, even as they cover up, ignore, downplay, or straight-up approve of the wave of violence and public harassment we are seeing against supporters of President Trump. It is open season on Trump supporters, and the media is only fomenting, encouraging, excusing, and hoping for more… The media are now openly calling Trump supporters “Nazis” and are blaming Trump for a mass murder he had nothing to do with. This, of course, is a form...
  • Tracy breaks the news.

    06/24/2018 10:53:33 AM PDT · by marktwain · 16 replies
    BBC Comedy - Twitter ^ | 22 June, 2018 | unknown
    Two minute video at the link.
  • Saying ‘God bless you’ after sneeze listed as microaggression on college’s anti-oppression guide

    03/15/2018 12:26:39 PM PDT · by detective · 65 replies
    The College Fix ^ | March 14, 2018 | Jennifer Kabbany
    Saying “God bless you” after someone sneezes is listed as a microaggression on a lengthy “anti-oppression” guide posted online by Simmons College. “This guide is intended to provide some general information about anti-oppression, diversity, and inclusion as well as information and resources for the social justice issues key to the Simmons College community,” it states, adding “this guide is by no means exhaustive.” Yet it includes hyperlinks to more than 100 resources, such as articles and videos, and boasts eight different subsections: anti-oppression, anti-racism, anti-transmisia, anti-ableism, anti-Islamomisia, anti-sanism, anti-queermisia and social justice zines. The guide’s authors explain that they replaced...
  • University Of California Guide: Saying “I’m Not Racist” Is Racist

    03/14/2018 10:43:31 AM PDT · by blam · 82 replies
    Tea Party ^ | 3-14-2018
    “Microaggression” list scorns would-be bigots An official University of California list of racist “microaggressions” asserts that saying “I’m not racist” is racist. The university guide defines microaggressions as, “everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs, or insults, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to target persons based solely upon their marginalized group membership.” Examples listed on the university’s official website include telling someone, “you speak English very well,” telling an Asian person that they are good at math and insisting that “America is a melting pot”. Using the phrase, “I’m not racist, I have several...
  • Forget the “War on Christmas” — now “God Bless You” could be off limits too [college dhimmitude]

    03/09/2018 7:25:03 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 22 replies
    Irish Central ^ | March 06, 2018 03:39 PM | Freya Drohan
    Massachusetts college librarians state that wishing someone a “Merry Christmas” or saying “God bless you” if they sneeze is an act of “Islamomisic microaggression”. Librarians at Simmons College in Boston have banded together to write what they have titled The Anti-Oppression Library Guide. While controversial, the guide is intended as a resource to promote equality and limit religious oppression. While the guide is not an official policy of Simmons College, some of its beliefs have already made their way to reports in mainstream media outlets like Fox News. Librarians at the college argue that “Islamomisic Microaggressions are commonplace verbal or...
  • The Women's Convention in Detroit Was a Feast of Microaggression

    11/07/2017 6:52:02 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 5 replies
    The Weekly Standard ^ | November 6, 2017 | Alice B. Lloyd
    The pink knit cap made famous by last winter’s Women’s March on Washington is already an anachronism. Not more than a couple dozen or so of the eye-catching toppers bobbed among the 4,000 or so activists attending “Women’s March Presents: The Inaugural Women’s Convention.” And those few “pussy hats” stuck out like embarrassing artifacts, reminders of the high hopes many on the left held for an anti-Trump feminist revival just 10 months ago. These three days at Detroit’s Cobo Center are billed as a chance to “Reclaim Our Time” and “March On” in the momentous spirit of the post-inaugural protests....
  • Sucking the Joy Out of Everything

    09/14/2017 8:30:41 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 16 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | September 14, 2017 | Derek Hunter
    Remember when people used to let things go? When people would just get along, not hunt for secret meanings behind actions and ways to be offended for the sake of being offended? Thanks to the progressive left that day is done.These guys suck the joy out of everything. The simple things, the complex things – everything is now fertile ground for being offended, for outrage, for an opportunity to attack Republicans, especially President Trump. Being a victim is now a coveted status on the political left, so liberals aspire to it by creating asinine things such as “microaggressions.” A microaggression, for...
  • Academics Discover New Way To Get Offended: ‘Invisibility Microaggressions’

    09/06/2017 2:21:52 PM PDT · by Hadean · 65 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | Sept. 01, 2017
    Two professors claim to have discovered a new form of politically incorrect offense called “invisibility microaggressions,” which are said to be even more subtle than regular microaggressions. Their proposed solution for these offenses is to get rid of meritocracy. In social justice jargon, a “microaggression” is when someone — say a white person — asks an Asian person where they’re from. While the question isn’t offensive in and of itself, the act of asking a person who may get the same question repeatedly throughout the week can be annoying and therefore offensive. Campus Reform reported on Thursday that a recent...
  • Profs discover 5 new types of 'invisibility microaggressions'

    08/31/2017 7:40:53 AM PDT · by C19fan · 42 replies
    Campus Reform ^ | August 31, 2017 | Toni Airaksinen
    Two professors recently discovered that there are five different types of “invisibility microaggressions” women of color face, according to an article published Monday. Jasmine Mena, a Psychology professor at Bucknell University, and Annemarie Vaccaro, who teaches Higher Education at the University of Rhode Island, claim they are the first academics to argue that “invisibility” is a “common form of microaggression” experienced by professors of color.
  • Beating Them At Their Own Game

    08/16/2017 6:18:48 AM PDT · by LRoggy · 14 replies
    Vanity ^ | 08/16/17 | LRoggy
    Came across an article from a few years back . . . http://www.worldaffairsjournal.org/blog/michael-j-totten/truth-about-che-guevara It lays out the entire horrific truth about Che Guevara. Here's my thought. Time to turn around the microaggression movement on the college campuses and give them a taste of their own medicine. Every time a conservative student sees a poster of Che in a dorm room, listens to a nutjob professor try to whitewash Che's legacy or something similar . . . report it to the school as a microaggression and demand removal of the offending image and request the professor to write a public apology...
  • See No Evil? Then it will take you by surprise.

    07/26/2017 7:57:40 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 11 replies
    City Journal ^ | Summer, 2017 | Myron Magnet
    Incredibly, it wasn’t until I was 19 that I learned that there had been a Holocaust. My hyper-assimilated, New England Jewish family and friends looked only to the present and future. We focused on the polio vaccine that promised to banish the iron lungs that had been our childhood terror. We trusted in the United Nations, whose gleaming buildings my father took me to see when they were brand-new, and from which I came away with hopeful admiration—mixed, however, with a vague sense, which I couldn’t have put into words then, that perhaps an enterprise housed in architecture so grandiosely...
  • Asking If A Transgender Person Had Surgery Or Just Enjoys Crossdressing Is A 'Microaggression' Now

    07/10/2017 8:14:12 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 75 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | July 9, 2017 | Eric Owens
    Asking transgender people if they have underdone genital mutilation surgery or if they are just run-of-the-mill crossdressers is now a "microaggression." A "nonbinary Ph.D. candidate" using the pseudonym Francis Walker discovered this new, menacing microaggression and added it to the world’s perpetually growing stockpile by way of a 1,245-word essay at Inside Higher Ed. [Snip] "One of the most common examples of a cissexist microaggression is asking a transgender person if they have had the surgery," Walker explains. "The question implies that there is only one surgery (not true), that the surgery is the only way the person can...
  • Trigger-warning Tyrants

    03/21/2017 1:44:16 PM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 3 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 03/21/17 | Selwyn Duke
    Spoiled, self-absorbed, tyrannical brats: Remember, people who cannot be reasoned with, can only be fought. People like thinking the best of themselves, which is partially why we have “trigger warnings,” “microaggressions” and claims of “taking offense”—so these complainers don’t have to come to terms with the fact they’re spoiled, self-absorbed, tyrannical brats. Here’s how it works: When accusing you of “microaggressing,” the truth is that, generally, these snowflakes just don’t happen to like what you’re saying. But shouting “Shut up! I hate that type of expression!” makes you seem intolerant. So to preserve your image and self-image, you use the...
  • Todd Starnes: Church Won't Mention Trump's Name in Prayers, Fearing Microaggressions

    01/17/2017 1:29:48 PM PST · by EveningStar · 54 replies
    Todd Starnes ^ | January 15, 2017 | Todd Starnes
    Parishioners at a California Episcopal church will no longer pray by name for the president of the United States over fears the name "Donald Trump" might trigger microaggressions among sanctified snowflakes. Mike Kinman, the rector of All Saints Church in Pasadena, broke the news to the congregation in a blog posting that was filled with all sorts of liturgical lunacy.
  • Last Man Standing: "Precious Snowflake" - microaggressions

    12/05/2016 1:43:50 PM PST · by grayboots · 15 replies
    MRCTV ^ | 12/3/2016 | Alexa Coombs
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  • College students are told they can't say 'you guys' because it might be sexist (tr)

    09/08/2016 11:13:14 AM PDT · by TigerClaws · 69 replies
    Freshmen at a college orientation event have been told not to address other students with the phrase 'you guys' because it could be interpreted as excluding women. Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, has hired a chief diversity officer, Sheree Marlowe, who has directed students on how to avoid subtle insults known as 'microaggressions'. The trained lawyer who is 'committed to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in higher education' recently told freshmen at Clark they should avoid asking a black student if he plays basketball. Freshmen at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, have been given advice on how to avoid 'microaggressions'
  • Sonic employee shot while working at restaurant (YBMs shoot 20yo white girl)

    07/14/2016 11:21:33 AM PDT · by DCBryan1 · 71 replies
    KATV ^ | 14 JUL 16 | MARINE GLISOVIC
    The Little Rock Police Department confirms to Channel 7 News the victim of Wednesday night's shooting at a Sonic has been identified as Olivia Standage, 20. According to the report KATV obtained, she was shot multiple times in the torso and upper torso. The report further detailed what the suspects looked like; one was described as wearing a white t-shirt and another was said to be wearing a black t-shirt. Standage was transported to Baptist Hospital, where she is listed in critical condition. The suspects' vehicle was described as a 2005/2006 tan Cadillac Deville, four-door with a rag top, and...
  • Embarrassed UNC Ditches Lampooned Guidelines on ‘Micro-Aggressions’

    06/28/2016 12:26:31 PM PDT · by ameribbean expat · 27 replies
    UNC has removed “guidelines” for avoiding micro-aggression incidents on campus that included both of those behaviors. According to a statement released in the wake of concern over its free speech policies, UNC says the information, which was posted by a school employee in a forum intended for faculty and staff to share information and discuss potential policy changes, does not reflect the school’s official policy on handling questions of campus speech.
  • Michael Bloomberg Denounces ‘Safe Spaces’ in University Commencement Speech

    05/01/2016 8:32:02 AM PDT · by oh8eleven · 25 replies
    Mediaite ^ | 30 April 2016 | Josh Feldman
    “The fact that some university boards and administrations now bow to pressure groups, and shield students from these ideas through safe spaces, code words, and trigger warnings, is in my view a terrible mistake. The whole purpose of college is to learn how to deal with difficult situations, not to run away from them. A microaggression is exactly that, micro.”
  • Scientists develop technology that promises to prevent people from ever being offended again

    04/12/2016 5:22:29 PM PDT · by The Looking Spoon · 12 replies
    American Irony ^ | 4-12-16 | The Looking Spoon
    The Thought Purifier 1984 (TP1984) by MicroThought The applied sciences division of MicroThought have unveiled what is being hailed as a huge leap forward for political correctness. The cutting edge technology is a pair of noise canceling ear pieces called "thought purifiers" that are specially customized to be programmed to filter out words and phrases the individual wearer would find to be "triggering" and "offensive." "We are very excited about this offering at MicroThought," said a spokesperson for the company. "We believe this technology will have the same revolutionary effect on health and well-being in the 21st century that...