Movie About a Western Civ Teacher
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(Above: the Roman emperor Augustus)
I watched the 2002 movie “The Emperor’s Club” last night. It wasn’t a great movie or a bad movie, either, but that’s not the issue here. The issue here is Western Civilization college courses (newbies, “Western Civ” is the study of White culture from ancient Greece onward; in the movie, a Western Civ teacher does his best to instill a sense of history and Western values in his students. Sometimes he succeeds, sometimes not). Western Civ was, at one time, required at American universities. You had to take it and pass it, or you couldn’t graduate. But today, Western Civ is no longer required at most universities. No wonder White people feel alienated and insignificant in America. They have no sense of who they are or what their ancestors did. They have no idea that White people created almost everything important in the world. The ending of Western Civ as a course requirement at universities was an important part of the assault on White culture.