Universities as indoctrination centres:

‘..Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, has hired six students whose jobs as “dialogue facilitators” will involve intervening in conversations among students in dining halls and common rooms to encourage discussion of such social justice issues as race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability and social class…’           source
Hopefully, some student with a little self-respect remaining will run the knuckles over one of the smarmy bastard “facilitators”…

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14 Responses to Universities as indoctrination centres:

  1. Redbaiter says:

    Is there no end to the fucking arrogance and plain bad manners of these communist scum?

    Why the hell are people so tolerant of this disgusting crap?

    Unbelievable that they should even think about such an outrage let alone actually implement it.

    If the majority of students are prepared to put up with this kind of soviet crap then education is over.

    • The Gantt Guy says:

      “Is there no end to the fucking arrogance and plain bad manners of these communist scum?”


      “Why the hell are people so tolerant of this disgusting crap?”

      Answer 1: “Baaaa”
      Answer 2: “Hey, I come out the other side with a degree.” (sung to the tune of “Under the spreading chestnut tree, I sold you and you sold me…”)

      • Redbaiter says:

        More braindead indoctrinated communist losers-


        Education is a cesspit of communist propagandists.

        A flashmob of 800 – the country’s biggest yet – yesterday challenged New Zealand to do more on climate change.

        The young activists performed a dance on Auckland’s Queen St “portraying the effects of climate change”. The flashmob was organised as the culmination of a “Power Shift” youth conference held at the weekend.

        • The Gantt Guy says:

          In a communist country like NZ, the fact they only managed 800 (and the pic looks like there were a lot less than that) is a pleasant surprise.

          Call me old-fashioned, but I will always struggle to take seriously anybody named “Brittany”. No mention in the article about her being a mathematically-challenged* fully-fledged member of the Watermelon party, either!

          Propaganda, much?

          * Her profile appears on the “Greenteens” website, despite the fact she hasn’t been a “teen” for at least a couple of years.

  2. KG says:

    Manners went the way of privacy–they’re both so..you know…yesterday, man.

  3. Darin says:

    Diversity Facilitators the new Penguins-


  4. Seneca III says:

    How about the ‘A dark night on campus, a balaclava and a snooker ball in sock’ solution. Or six, if need be. :twisted:

    And note….“If there’s a teachable moment, we’ll take it,” said assistant dean of student affairs Arig Girgrah. Interesting name, that. Make it seven socks, and the seventh one can have the black ball it. Now, that’s what I call political correctness. :mrgreen:

  5. Seneca III says:

    Just found this on the Uni. website – more enrichment :roll: or what?

    Arig Girgrah, Assistant Dean, Student Life and Learning

    [photograph was here – female, ethnic, smiling]

    Arig oversees the Student Life and Learning portfolio, which includes units, services and programs that support students as they transition to the university learning environment and provide an outstanding curricular and co-curricular experience for students. Her portfolio includes:
    ■Residence Life
    ■Student Experience – Orientation and Transition and Leadership and Community Engagement
    ■Student Success – Learning Strategies and The Writing Centre
    ■Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre


  6. Seneca III says:

    Just looked a bit deeper: Salary in 2010 C$ 103,317.oo and in 2011 C$ 117,408.00 and in both cases plus ‘benefits’. Paid for by the Canadian taxpayer who’s chidren she is conditioning for their ethnic cleansing (well, possibly, allegedly?, maybe?, maybe not for who knows?).

  7. Cadwallader says:

    The university has institutionalised the drop-kicks who, back in the early 1970s, would harangue students about the so-called atrocities being undertaken by the USA in Vietnam while ignoring the participation of the Viet-Cong. There was never a debate, simply an ill-informed lecture from those who “knew best” about everything except haircuts and personal hygiene. :vomit

  8. Robervdl says:

    And your money is paying that nonsense.

    Godfrey Bloom on Public Spending, Tax and Debt

  9. john says:

    I wonder how many conversations in dining halls will be interrupted by these fuckers before they realise knuckle sandwiches were on the menu. :evil: