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This Hilarious Video Mocks The Bizarre Liberalism In Schools
For years, the social justice warrior movement has been spreading throughout the United States.
Schools are producing waves of indoctrinated graduates who think feelings and equality are more important than reasoning and critical thinking. Even the idea of saying that students can get the answers to an assignment or test wrong has been challenged by modern day social justice warriors.
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Part of the fear of the rise of social justice warriors, especially in the United States, is that it is a gateway mindset that prepares people to accept Socialism and other authoritarian forms of government.
Consider the root philosophy behind Americans who were “feeling the Bern” in 2016: Fairness and equality reign supreme.
It’s not fair that students voluntarily burden themselves with hundreds of thousands of dollars in education debt to obtain a paper degree that acknowledges that they graduated. Therefore: Socialism.
It’s not equality that a man who built the Windows operating system should be a highly successful billionaire while Kenny, who has been working for years at the local Footlocker, has only $500 to his name. Therefore: Socialism.
It’s not fair that people should have to be personally responsible for paying for their own healthcare. Therefore: Socialism.
It’s not equality that allows the rich in the United States get so many “tax breaks” because they have more than enough money already. Therefore: Socialism.
The truth of the matter is that these social justice warriors are leaving Liberal college campuses, eager to pounce on micro-aggressions, cultural appropriations, and to attack the successful and rich for being “privileged,” all the while being willing to go along with changing the system of government in the United States from a Democratic Republic to a Socialist or Communist State.
This should be a terrifying wake-up call to everybody, but too many Americans assume that the United States will always stand for freedom.
Ben Franklin was once asked, at the close of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, about what type of government the Founding Fathers had established. Dr. Franklin replied,
“A Republic, if you can keep it.”
In 1961, Ronald Reagan said,
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”
To see another video from Neel Kolhatkar check out Equality