Student Indoctrination

Walter E. Williams, Lew Rockwell, September 19, 2013

The new college academic year has begun, and unfortunately, so has student indoctrination. Let’s look at some of it.


UCLA’s new academic year saw its undergraduate student government fighting for constitutional rights by unanimously passing a resolution calling for the end of the use of the phrase “illegal immigrant.” The resolution states, “The racially derogatory I-word endangers basic human rights including the presumption of innocence and the right to due process guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.” No doubt some UCLA administrators and professors bereft of thinking skills helped them craft the resolution.

The New York Post carried a story about a student in training to become dorm supervisor at DePauw University in Indiana. She said: “We were told that ‘human’ was not a suitable identity, but that instead we were first ‘black,’ ‘white,’ or ‘Asian’; ‘male’ or ‘female’; … ‘heterosexual’ or ‘queer.’ We were forced to act like bigots and spout off stereotypes while being told that that was what we were really thinking deep down.” At many universities, part of the freshman orientation includes what’s called the “tunnel of oppression.” They are taught the evils of “white privilege” and how they are part of a “rape culture.” Sometimes they are forced to discuss their sexual identities with complete strangers. The New York Post story said: “DePauw is no rare case. At least 96 colleges across the country have run similar ‘tunnel of oppression’ programs in the last few years.”

University officials are aware of this kind of academic dishonesty and indoctrination; university trustees are not. For the most part, trustees are yes men for the president. Legislators and charitable foundations that pour billions into colleges are unaware, as well. Most tragically, parents who pay tens of thousands of dollars for tuition and pile up large debt to send their youngsters off to be educated are unaware of the academic rot, as well.

You ask, “Williams, what can be done?” Students should record classroom professorial propaganda and give it wide distribution over the Internet. I’ve taught for more than 45 years and routinely invited students to record my lectures so they don’t have to be stenographers during class. I have no idea of where those recordings have wound up, but if you find them, you’ll hear zero proselytization or discussion of my political and personal preferences. To use a classroom to propagate one’s personal beliefs is academic dishonesty.

Vladimir Lenin said, “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” That’s the goal of the leftist teaching agenda.


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  • D.B. Cooper

    The first step is to kill off the “moderate” Republican Party, and let the indoctrination continue. You see, the more you bought into The Lie, the angrier you become once you find out the truth. All of those indoctrinated white kids will be seething in anger and hate once they find out they were lied to all of these years.
    I should know, I used to be one of the indoctrinated.
    I Was A Teenage Liberal.

    • hanfeedback

      I can only hope so, While I was never a liberal I am angry at the many lies which were peddled as truths by teachers, the media etc.

  • dd121

    It took this long for these people to realise this?

  • Spartacus

    No true White man or woman should go into any university, unless he has a big gun in his/her hands and the intention to bring purity to the world.

  • Puggg

    Rape culture?

    Unless you’re a black scholarship athlete in football or basketball, then you can get away with almost anything.

    White man compliments white woman on any of her physical attributes — “rape.”

    • RisingReich

      White man compliments to White women are many times met with disgust, rejection, scorn, and ridicule. Black advances are cool, hip, ‘gangsta’, vibrant, and an opportunity to show the world how ‘accepting’ and ‘modern’ these misguided souls are.

      I wish there was some sort of antidote to the poison between us.

      • I suspect that sort of indoctrination really only works on people who were never taught by their parents to think for themselves. I grew up in southwest Boulder, Colorado and did my undergrad work at UC Santa Cruz, both of which were ridiculously liberal, but none of that took on me.

        • Erasmus

          On the bright side, when today’s students realize they’ve been lied to, (and many will), they’re going to become hardcore race realists.

          A lot of the kids now being brainwashed are going to be pleased to learn that they’re not from a race where everyone was a slaver and reveled in killing native Americans for sport, but that they’re from a people who developed the scientific method and the calculus and made immeasurable advances in chemistry and physics. Plus, they’re also going to be angry as hell when they realize that their true heritage was hidden from them by the lefties and other PC clowns.

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

            This is true. Many kids I talk to have enough inborn common sense that they can “smell” the lie. But it’s the same sort of common sense that made me begin to question Christianity at seven years of age. If we use the tools of indoctrination in any fashion, we create minds that expect to be indoctrinated.

        • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

          Many children of my time, myself included got plenty of “guidance” but it was overbearing, high pitched, dictatorial guidance,which caused many of us to rebel. The Marxist were there, ready to take us in. Some of us, luckily saw through that, too. More-over, my parents never spent any time with me, helping me do my homework or finding me help when I was stuck in something. They were as many were in those days, satisfied that providing a roof and food and strict discipline was the sum total of their responsibilities. I think my intellectual abilities and accomplishments are more due to my genetics than anything my parents actually did directly. It was because of genetics, not much else, that prompted me to defend my younger sister against a bigger and older kid when he was throwing rocks at her after school one day (and I got punched in the jaw). Part of my drive to delve into history was to learn if my father’s rants had any truth and how much. It turned out to be about 50/50, but 50% is a failing grade in any test. What he DID do, even though harshly, was teach me to play chess at nine. But the BIG difference is the subject of this article; in my time, indoctrination in the class room was minimal to non-existent. I have long thought that the main purpose for the 1-12 education is to teach students how to think logically/critically and stimulate curiosity. The high-jacking of that purpose in order to force children into a theoretical political state is treason at the most basic level. I’m amazed that it has been allowed for so long and expanded to the point it has.

      • Sick of it

        Expulsion or secession are pretty good antidotes. We cannot live with insane people.

      • Rhialto

        I don’t dispute what you say, but Black men are great at chatting it up with gals. Black advances usually are pretty cool. They don’t come on too strong or too modest. They listen to what gals have to say, and act interested. Black guys take the attitude your great; I’m great; let’s get together and be even greater.

        • CoweringCoward

          In their minds I suppose. The approaches I have seen were pretty over the top.

        • ShermanTMcCoy

          They do know how to talk sugar. Perhaps that is why some people think that the snake in the garden of Eden was a n*****.

        • vladdy1

          Ugh. I disagree. When I lived in black cities, I was constantly offended (if not laughing) at what black men (strangers) on the street considered “charm.”

      • The Final Solution

        The Germans had the antidote, I’ll tell you that.

      • Attractive White women rarely actually date blacks who aren’t millionaires. Sure, feminists direct all their hate toward White men, but in real life most White women (especially those with options) stick to their own kind consistently.

        • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

          Sorry, not true. Hopeful, wishful thinking that I understand, but still not true.

          • vladdy1

            I think it’s way over half that do.

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

            It’s terrible to see the same stupid thing get repeated over and over even though they ought to know better by now. The commercial media and political pressures have done a great deal of harm. But it’s also lazy parenting as well.

  • UCLA’s new academic year saw its undergraduate student government
    fighting for constitutional rights by unanimously passing a resolution
    calling for the end of the use of the phrase “illegal immigrant.” The
    resolution states, “The racially derogatory I-word endangers basic human
    rights including the presumption of innocence and the right to due
    process guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.” No doubt some UCLA
    administrators and professors bereft of thinking skills helped them
    craft the resolution.

    The reason that happened? That “great deporter of illegal aliens,” Janet Napolitano, (insert laugh tracks here), is about to take the helm as UC system President. What they should be more worried about is that UC tuition is going up again so that the Berkeley Hills house that the UC system lets its current system President live in is going to “need” major renovations. I guess it would be out of turn for me to make lesbian jokes right here.

    Point being, Obama kept on trumpeting all the illegal aliens he was “deporting,” when he wasn’t. The problem is, if you keep saying something, certain people are going to wind up believing you, even if it was a lie all along.

  • Erasmus

    It’s not for nothing California is called The Land of Fruits and Nuts.

    • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

      I grew up there and what I always noticed is that all the fruits and nuts in the Midwest and East came there to be “Californians,” because the Gold Rush made California a more tolerant place by reputation. We natives tended to be the down to earth ones.

  • Spartacus

    “Most tragically, parents who pay tens of thousands of dollars for
    tuition and pile up large debt to send their youngsters off to be
    educated are unaware of the academic rot, as well.”



    • D.B. Cooper

      That piece of paper is a nice thing to have, so make sure your kid picks a major too complicated for “those people”. It also helps to pick a school ranked near the bottom in diversity.

      • Spartacus

        No, it doesn’t. Gun training, hand-to-hand combat, basic agriculture, survival in the wild and a solid racial education is what your kids need. Everything else is moot.

        • Brian

          When the SHTF, you might wish you had a doctor around, or a carpenter, welder, mechanic, etc.

          • Spartacus

            If we don’t survive the mud-flood, then there won’t be any doctors at all.

          • Brian

            We will survive it.

      • I would be a lot more enthusiastic about degrees in STEM fields if the cheap labor lobby wasn’t doing its level best to make recent grads unemployable in our own country.

      • Brian

        Engineering school is a good option, compared to any liberal arts.

  • Magician

    All obese white female students will be required to have at least five different African American boyfriends by the time she finishes her degree

    • D.B. Cooper

      NO, no, no. Those type of obese white college students usually don’t make it to the finish line.

      • William Krapek

        True. Easy pickings for some brothah who makes her glow just because he’s actually paying attention to her.

        Still it’s sad to see, though.

      • Garrett Brown

        Sad thing is most of them are still very beautiful, just over weight. I think I get more depressed and saddened now a days when I see an overweight white woman with a black loser than I do angry or upset.

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  • bigone4u

    At my former university, freshman orientation taught the females that even being spoken to by a male could be construed as sexual harassment. Feminists and race baiters rule the universities. The President of my university is a Mexicano Supremicist who would like to see whites kicked out of the southwestern USA to create Aztlan. He believes that spaceships landed in Mexico eons ago and white men left the Aztecs technology and dubbed them the Cosmic Race. Like the hypocrite he is, he’s married to a white woman professor–an attractive one.

    • RisingReich

      White women seem completely GONE in today’s society. Brainwashed past the point of no return.

      I pray for the day retribution is visited on traitors.

      • bigone4u

        Not all white women:
        There’s another who calls herself blonde on a mission. I don’t have the url in front of me, but look her up.
        We need to encourage and reward these good strong white women.

        • RisingReich

          I will look them up and yes, absolutely, we need to support them.

        • Libs are We Todd Ed

          blondegynocide’s author, posts on amren occasionally

        • Mergatroyd

          madjewess? 1. She isn’t white. 2. I have NO respect for her.

          • bigone4u

            Whether Jews who embrace the white nationalist cause should be viewed as white has been debated here. Mr. Taylor views them as white. As to respecting themadjewess, I’m sure some are offended by her take no prisoners style of writing, but I like it. On page 13 of her website, she has a list of black serial killers, which is a nice piece of research to counter the propaganda that says only white men are serial killers. So, we can agree on the other women bloggers but will have to agree to disagree about her.

        • Garrett Brown

          While pertaining to my other comment on this page, nothing makes me happier than seeing beautiful, intelligent white women sticking with their race. Thank you for linking those sites, that is solid inspiration.

          • bigone4u

            the woman who writes blondegynocide posts here on amren quite often as do some of her regular group of commenters.

    • Northerner

      The guy may be a hypocrite for race-mixing, but there’s no shortage of those people here on Amren too.

    • So this Mexicano supremacist believes that Aztec technology came from Whites? Whites in spaceships?

      And who is this guy and how do you know what he believes?

      • bigone4u

        From wikipedia entry on La Raza Cosmica:
        Published in 1925, La Raza Cósmica (The Cosmic Race) is an essay written by late Mexican philosopher, secretary of education, and 1929 presidential candidate, José Vasconcelos to express the ideology of a future “fifth race” in the Americas; an agglomeration of all the races in the world with no respect to colour or number to erect a new civilisation: Universópolis.

        As he explains in his literary work, armies of people would then go forth around the world professing their knowledge. Vasconcelos continues to say that the people of the Iberian regions of the Americas (that is to say, the parts of the continent colonised by Portugal and Spain) have the territorial, racial, and spiritual factors necessary to initiate the “universal era of humanity”.

        Mexicano Supremism arises from Vasconcelos writings and is often present in the philosophy of the Aztlan reconquistas. The idea is to mix all human races together thoroughly to create a single bronze race. Thus, you find Mexicanp Supremicists married to white, black, and Asian opposites.

        Do a google search for “images of ancient astronauts and the aztecs” and you’ll see why many educated Mexicans believe that ancient astronauts gave them their calendar and their destiny. Of course, many of them will not admit publicly what they profess in private.

        As to the supremism, read the writings of Mexican-American academics (books and scholarly articles) and the idea that Mexicans are superior, having been annointed by the Aztec gods, is sometimes clearly present to anyone able to read between the lines. The La Raza organization, active on college campuses is supremicist, teaching its slogan, “For the race everything, for others nothing.”

        • This mixing of all races to create a new, superior civilization, sounds like what liberals preach, except they want to do it in all White countries and only White countries.

          P.S. Mexicano Supremacists married to black women in order to mix the races are really taking one for the team, eh?

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    The resolution states, “The racially derogatory I-word endangers basic human rights including the presumption of innocence and the right to due process guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.”

    What ignorant nonsense! The presumption of innocence and the right to due process applies 1) to specific individuals who have been accused of a crime, not generically to unidentified, non-specific groups of people and 2) to citizens of the U.S., which illegal aliens obviously are not.

    If the presumption of innocence and the right to due process applied generically to unidentified, non-specific groups of people, then we couldn’t use the word “criminals” either, since that would be a violation of these un-named, unidentified people’s presumption of innocence and right to due process!

    I hate to have to spell all this out in such a heavy-handed, obvious fashion, but when you have people this blitheringly stupid, it’s necessary to get down to a childish level to speak to them.

    The students who drafted this idiocy should be sent back to grade school, and if any faculty or administrators helped them with it they should be fired.

    • Truthseeker

      How much you wanna bet that most, if not all, of the students who voted for that “resolution” concluded that George Zimmerman was a cold-blooded murderer before he had his day in court, and maintain that belief even after the verdict?

    • Brian

      The ‘I-word’. What children they are.

    • I cannot understand what part of illegal alien these people do not understand.

      They are criminals of the due immigration rules – by sheer default of them even being there in the United States (or Britain for that matter), where they ought not to be.

      We are not “criminalising” them, they have criminalised themselves. It does not matter if they have “overstayed” their visa, come over the border on a rocket, or landed by traction beam from a UFO.

      If they have not entered through legitimate processes or they have broken the law by not abiding to those processes after partaking in some kind of temporary or student visa, then they are, by their own making, criminals who have broken the immigration laws.

      This makes them “illegal aliens” in American parlance, and “illegal immigrants” in English parlance.

      We have exactly the same kinds of retard argumentation here, where there are campaigns and such to term them “undocumented workers” or “over stayers” or whatever.

      It is the same kind of retard argument we also get for drug users and drug dealers. I know it is a different argument and people have various positions on drugs, but the fact is that taking and dealing drugs is against the law.

      Liberals suggest that we are “criminalising the youth” by arresting and dealing with these users and petty dealers, because they think they should all be legalised for the problem to go away.

      That is one way of looking at it, fair enough, but the fact remains that they are criminalising themselves by taking part in something that is supposed to be against the law, whilst knowing full well that they ought not to be doing it.

      “Undocumented citizens” and “stranger to citizen” campaigns here aim to normalise illegal immigration and push for amnesties as part of a ‘global citizen’ concept. It seems like American professors are happily encouraging these kinds of societal messages.

  • The Final Solution

    The leftist agenda seeps into everything, regardless of its relevance. My girlfriend is a Ph.D student at a state college – she has this required class about social policy. The professor is an extreme feminist and everything she has them reading is about feminism. Nothing to do with the actual course. I was looking at one paper for the class – about the history of multiculturalism in America and racism and the welfare state. Has me reconsidering my Ph.D course even though I’ve already been admitted. The liberal agenda is just too pervasive.

    • What’s your Ph.D course in anyways, that’s worth all the time and money?

    • dukem1

      it is the air that they breath.

  • The Final Solution

    This is exactly why I’m reconsidering going back to school for a Ph.D. Now I’m thinking of going to flight school to become a helicopter pilot. I’ve been looking into it and it looks like the helicopter industry is strictly a white man’s affair. Imagine an entire industry void of minorities except for the very rare white woman. The pay is good, the time spent in school is short, and it seems like a very rewarding career. Anyone here have any experience in this industry or advice?

    • Luca

      If not pilot, then helicopter mechanic, good pay less risk. Nary a black in sight.

    • CoweringCoward

      I liked heilos more than fixed wing but as a hobby, even time in an R22 (not best trainer) was DOUBLE the cost of time in a 172 or Warrior or such.

      • The Final Solution

        I think the cost is definitely one reason why non-whites aren’t in the industry.

    • I’ve read that fixed-wing pilots make more money, so look into that as well.

      • The Final Solution

        I’m pretty sure helicopter pilots make far more than fixed-wing pilots. Helicopters are much harder to fly, which is why a lot of schools recommend training on a plane first.

  • Brian

    Try being a bit more of an aloof, brazen asshole. I don’t mean this as an insult or sarcastically. It’s serious advice.

    • ncpride

      Speaking from a female perspective, your advice is sad, but true.

      • Brian

        I agree that it’s sad. And there are no guarantees of anything, but there are trends. What I’ve noticed is that, especially when dealing with women who have a lot of choices in suitors, one’s wealth, social status, appearance, humor, etc. are all factors, but hard to change. The one thing you can affect more easily is how you carry yourself– confidence and unflappability. If you act like a woman is doing you a favor by giving you the time of day, she will think you are not worth her attention. If you act like an equal, or even that you are doing her a favor, the response tends to tip to your advantage. Would you agree, ncpride?

        I know the internet pickup artist guys say this, but for me it was an accidental byproduct of becoming more realistic and careful in dealing with our favorite minority group. How do you project that you are not to be messed with, all other things being equal? Your walk, the look in your eye, voice timbre, posture– simple things like that have a significant effect on LarQuavious, and as I got better at projecting this vibe, I found that my interactions with the fairer sex got better.

        • ncpride

          I absolutely agree. A short example for you…. I have a gorgeous niece, and I knew the guy that was head over heels for her. He did everything to get her attention.. called, texted, ask her out repeatedly and chased after her. Now, I liked this kid, so taking pity on him, I gave him the exact advice you gave the other poster. Stop. Stop calling, stop chasing, and treat her with the same aloofness she treated him. It was hard for him, but he did exactly that, and sure enough, they ended up dating for a year or so. I’m not sure what it is about us girls that make us want things we think we can’t have…?

          • Brian

            But I don’t think it’s just women who react like this. I am naturally shy, and used to have a problem saying filler– um, er, you know, well– and breaking eye contact. It was a problem in job interviews, with men or women, out of college. I saw people who were no more qualified than me, or less so, getting ahead. So I practiced in front of a mirror for hours, and used a tape recorder to listen to my speech, and forced myself not to break eye contact, to pause speech instead of ever using filler, to lower my voice pitch a little, posture, things like that. Men and women both subconciously react better to these small cues. Fake it til you make it. The main difference I see on gender with this is the female desire for a fixer-upper man, while men want the woman never to change. 😉

          • We men don’t like easy women, because we like challenges and missions. Maybe women don’t like nice guys and go for the bad boy because it’s their version of the challenge and mission.

    • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

      I hate to say this, but even when I was a teen and in my early 20s (late 60s, 70s), I always noticed that females went for the worst guys. I think there is a strong “get the poor, bad boy and fix him up” syndrome. I can’t count the times I saw a black use this coupled with occasional puppy dog pouts, they did it best, but white louts always got the girls, too. One gal once told one of my sisters, “Your brother’s just too nice.” I was merely polite and respectful and full of silly, romantic notions.

      • Brian

        The same principle applies in different places. I’ve played in rock bands for many years, and I was always naturally nervous in front of crowds. What you find though, is that if you just bluff your way through it and act like you belong on the stage, you can actually play worse and still get more positive response… I hate that it works that way but it does.

        • When I was in school, an increasingly longer and longer time ago, I found that when it came to my writing, when I winged it and threw any ole thing together, the teachers and professors loved it. Stuff that I spend a lot of time, effort and mental energy on, they didn’t so much like.

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

            Sounds like you’re a bit younger than me. I think this is what happened when teachers began to teach indoctrination style in the 70s. They rewarded the departure from from to the chaotic. I remember taking an English class at a local college one summer. The instructor taught a sort of proto-PC English. He said for example that double negatives weren’t incorrect, they merely are emphasizing the intent to the negative and so on. It was ridiculous.

          • I’m 36.

            I wouldn’t say the stuff I cobbled together quickly was bad, in fact, it was probably above average.

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

            Judging by the usual quality of your posts, I’d believe that.

          • It was just last year you diagnosed me from afar with OCD. Though just between you, me and the gatepost, I can be obsessive on the rare occasion.

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

            Last year was a century ago, to me. Anyway, we all exhibit a bit of OCD at times and we’re all rather obsessed with the issues here. But I’m always ready to move on, especially when it comes to this forum. Everyone makes mistakes in posting, including me. There is a larger purpose. I’m a retired doctor, and I am pretty careful about slinging diagnosis of any kind around. But I know what I know… you know?

        • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

          I think that this principle came to its zenith in the 70s, when “jamming” became so sloppy onstage due to drug use. Keith Moon’s famous collapse onstage, being just one example of how bad it got. (I worked as a medical volunteer at rock concerts for 14 years 70s to early 1990). In those times, egos certainly transcended any pretension of art in those times. But the rap/hiphop world is much worse because there’s very little art involved in it at its foundation. It’s all pure attitude and presence.

          • Brian

            Man, I bet you’ve seen some stuff! I like the stuff that’s more pure artistry and less showy, but as a musician that’s expected. The average listener responds to some visual/attitude element too, and some concession to that is okay as long as it’s not overboard. I just have one drink right before going on, as a kind of beta blocker, but not enough to get sloppy. I cannot fathom rap at all; it’s the 200 proof distillation of vibe, with zero music, like you say.

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

            Saw people get born, and a couple die, no kidding, with everything imaginable in between. Was backstage at many classic acts. Met and treated some celebrities, too. Mixed with a lot of liberals, but that was then, many, I suspect, have slightly different views today, they just keep quiet out of a vested interest. But you can see it in their musical direction and like Bob Dylan, in the actual songwriting.

  • Brian

    She stayed in a relationship with him almost two years before she figured out she was raped?

    • bigone4u

      Feminist ideology teaches that “all men are rapists.” I may be off but I believe Jill Johnston made that one of the famous statements of feminism.

      • Brian

        I can’t decide which is more risible: ‘white privilege’ or ‘rape culture’. It’s another fine day in the United States of Victimhood.

  • Sangraal

    I had a look at that blog. It was just depressing. That poor girl is ruining her own life, and her ex-boyfriend’s, because of the feminist re-definition of rape.

    • Brian

      Rape is a horrific crime and violation but there is a major difference between being taken into the woods by some lunatic, and regretting a drunken sexcapade long after the fact. The latter may be traumatic and even rape, but at what point does this constitute crying wolf, and reducing sympathy for the former class of victim?

  • Sangraal

    I often see comments on here from Americans saying the UK is ‘beyond saving’, or words to that effect. We have it bad, sure, but when I see stuff like this…this kind of thing seems uniquely American – to the extent that it exists over here, it seems to be from American influence.
    I’m not making claims about which country is more PC/cultural marxist-afflicted overall, but this specific academic rhetoric, phrases like ‘rape culture’ and ‘white privelege’, seems to be very much a US phenomenon.


      “but this specific academic rhetoric, phrases like ‘rape culture’ and ‘white privelege’, seems to be very much a US phenomenon”.

      Well lets hope so Sangraal! Cause I would hate to think that our brothers and sisters in the UK are subjected to this kind of crap as well. Which in reality. Is nothing more than the blatant racial hatred of whites masquerading as education in what passes for a classroom these days. And in my opinion, there is a “Rape Culture” on these campuses today. However the kind of rape happening on these campuses would be more accurately described as Mind Rape!


    QUESTION: Just a quick question for my fellow Realist here. If one of these “students” used a hidden camera to record these “professors” conducting their Hate Whitey classes. Would they be able to possibly sue the student or even sick the law on them for recording them without permission, or for any other reason?

    • SFLBIB

      I’m not an attorney, but it seems there are several questions here. Is the professor “indoctrinating” his students, using his position to further a political goal? Or, is the professor using class time to advance a political ideology [or candidates] unrelated to the subject as described in the course catalog, or both? The first is a little harder to prove than the second. Then there are those on a different margin. I once had a professor of cultural geography who assigned his students to research property in the county courthouse, a legitimate assignment for cultural geography. BUT, he used the information from their reports to further his real estate business he ran on the side. I thought then this was an abuse of his position, and I still do now.

      Professor Stanley Fish [a liberal BTW] addresses this abuse in “Save the World on Your Own Time”


  • Hal K

    “The racially derogatory I-word endangers basic human rights including the presumption of innocence and the right to due process guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution.”

    By that logic, we also have to do away with the word “criminal,” lest any criminals might think they were being denied due process by the mere utterance of the word.

  • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

    “Vladimir Lenin said, “Give me four years to teach the children and the
    seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” That’s the goal of the leftist
    teaching agenda.”

    This is the most important idea within the entire political history of the West in the past 50 years. That Herbert Marcuse was allowed a UC professorship for so many decades is incredible.

  • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

    I just saw a morning show conversation with the old, 60s feminists, Gloria Steinem and the NOW crowd. They were discussing equal pay. (Something I’ve posted about recently; Men negotiate and work, women expect legislation to accomplish it for them and legislation to force employers to pay equally is un-Constitutional AND will drive down wages for all). But in this forum, on morning tv, one of these old feminists said; “Most of the wealth in this country is still controlled by Pale Males.” This was anti-white male racism and sexism exposed. The fact is that in the top ten richest Americans, only three are actually white males (of Northern European ancestry).

    Search Youtube for “girlwriteswhat” for her lecture, “Femapocalypse.” This female advocate for men’s rights explains how 50%+ females in the works force will inevitably cause a major economic collapse if nothing else does, but is contributing largely to our current problems.


    “Following an intense campaign led by FIRE and national media attention, the University of Delaware dropped an ideological reeducation program that was referred to in the university’s own materials as a ‘treatment’ for students’ incorrect attitudes and beliefs. The program’s stated goal was for the approximately
    7,000 students in Delaware’s residence halls to adopt highly specific university-approved views on politics, race, sexuality, sociology, moral philosophy, and environmentalism. The
    residence life education program made mandatory, among other things, one-on-one meetings between students and their Resident Assistants (RAs) where students were asked intrusive questions, such as “When did you discover your sexual identity?” …


    One co-ed answered the question with, “None of your damned business.”

    • At UC Santa Cruz in the late 1980s, there was a push for students to sign a “voluntary” code of conduct. When it was realized that white heterosexual males who refused to sign this nonsensical piece of libtardery could not be punished for violating its strictures, the issue was quietly dropped. Certainly nobody I knew was interested in signing away his First Amendment rights to freedom of speech and freedom of association merely to gratify the egos of a pack of “progressives” we already loathed.

      Good for that co-ed!

      • SFLBIB

        “…white heterosexual males who refused to sign this nonsensical piece of libtardery could not be punished for violating its strictures, the issue was quietly dropped.”

        Kinda tells you there was an intent to persecute and who the intended targets for persecution were. Thx. Two thumbs up!