If Kikes, Then Uniformity
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[Kike kiking kikily on kikes. Thank god the campuses are finally opening to intellectual diversity. Our stellar Hebrew says earlocks should hang 8 and 3/4. Your putrid sheeny says 8 and 1/2. Let us throng the goyim to the Irving Shmalz-Himmelmann Metatorium and ratiocinate lucidulously.
Discourse in AmeriKwa is so many yiddles nattering amongst themselves, uniformly agreed that the only thing we have to fear is Iranti-semitism – ie, goyim uncaged like they were niggers. Itz mourning in AmeriKwa, for the early nerd has gotten the worm.]
How to express ‘intellectual diversity’ at Ithica?
Balance Al Franken with Jonah Goldberg.
[Why not balance him on Jonah Goldberg? That would be the first funny SNL skit in twenty-five years.]
As a direct result, Johan Goldberg was brought to campus last spring. His dinner bill absorbed most of the student-activity fund, but [Cont’d]
The college should make a larger effort to attract intellectually diverse speakers in order to challenge student thought and encourage critical thinking
Harry Shuldman (not a kike, he’s two kikes)
March 30, 2006
Al Frankenâ€™s visit to Ithaca highlights something every student, faculty and administrator here already knows: The college leans left. No doubt campus speakers reflect this liberal majority.
Though the college did not invite Franken, it is providing him with the space. The discussion surrounding his visit reminds the campus of something lacking at Ithaca College â€” political diversity.
During spring 2003, the Ithaca College Republicans published an informal study revealing that among Ithaca Collegeâ€™s professors, 93.6 were registered Democrat or Green and only 6.4 percent were Republican or conservative. Last year, ICR presented a proposal suggesting ways to make campus discussions more diverse.
As a direct result, Johan Goldberg was brought to campus last spring. This visit promised progress.
But this year, the college has made no noticeable advances. And Ithaca College continues to be known nationally for its liberalism.
Recently, Christopher Flickinger, an education reporter for Human Events Online said: â€œIn essence, itâ€™s not a major priority. If the school was dedicated to a â€˜diversity of opinionâ€™ it wouldnâ€™t wait for recommendations, it would simply go get a conservative and bring him/her to campus.â€?
The key is to find intelligent conservatives with
well-supported arguments, not right-wing bobbleheads who alienate students and deepen stereotypes.
Of course, if Franken offers to visit, the college should welcome him. But the college should actively promote balance to challenge student thought.
With Frankenâ€™s visit, the college should reflect on one question. Would Ann Coulter or Allan Keyes ever want to visit Ithaca? Maybe not, for fear they would be chased out of Emerson Suites.
[Menu: sam, sam, sam, sam, sam, sam, sam, sam, sam, sam, sam, sam, sam and MORE sam.]