Skip to comments.The so-called Trump Effect: a country of high schools embroiled by hate hoaxes
Posted on 12/20/2016 11:44:48 AM PST by Sean_Anthony
To get to the truth behind these "hate incident" reports, one needs to understand the shoddy methodology the SPLC used to collect data and create its reports
Unlike the rest of the Left, which is currently obsessed with Russians, Russians everywhere, the disciplined, prolific fabulists of the Southern Poverty Law Center have stayed admirably on-message.
Morris Dees and his neo-Marxist minions laboring behind the thick walls of the groups poverty palace in Montgomery, Alabama, continue to push the line that the greatest threat to America is white men.
The SPLC is a nest of venomous liars and thieves.
Federal funding for public schools should be terminated for any district that promotes or allows race shaming, regardless of the race of the victim. Enough. These are kids.
It’s not just high schools and colleges. It’s every where. All snowflakes of stripes and faiths are imagining “hate crimes”. To wit, I work with an uber-liberal orthodox Jew. No more than two days after election day, he began to profess how fearful he and his family were of potential hate crimes against “him, his family and his people” because Trump is a NAZI. Sure enough, now he comes to work every day talking about the rise of the NAZIs, the KKK and every other imaginable white racist hate group and how they are persecuting the Jews. I asked him to cite one documented example either in the news or in his own neighborhood, but he couldn’t because it’s all in his mind. But he says that just because it isn’t reported, doesn’t mean it isn’t happening. Guess he got that from Dan Rather: Fake but accurate.
Dude’s an F’ing delusional retard.
Oh, and by the way, our employer is also an Orthodox Jew. But he keeps telling this dude to take his meds and calm the “F” down.
As a cultural observation — and I really don’t think I’m saying this from a political standpoint — we have a tremendous amount of mental illness in modern society.
I don’t know if it’s lack of religion, crowded living, information overload, bad schools, intrusive government, financial insecurity, or fluidity of modern sex roles — whatever the contributing causes are, a lot of people have a pretty tenuous hold on reality.
I know a lot of unhappy, neurotic people who have wheels spinning in their heads way too fast. They function OK, and they “pass” as “normal” in most situations, but if you catch them at the right moment, you just realize that they are simply crazy.
I think this is widespread and I think it is a social problem that transcends political categories.
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