This is something that ‘the great one’ covered in-depth in his podcast today. Very entertaining it was too.
But since you probably didn’t listen to it, and have no intention of doing so, here’s the issue under discussion – and there are a couple of rabbit-holes below, down which TGO did not go. Perhaps he’s keeping his power dry for a part 2?
Oh noes! Hate speeeeech!! On a wall in a bathroom on a university campus!! Fuck!
Here’s the graffiti in question:
Only joking…. actually this was it:
Okay, okay… are you ready?
The graffiti read, “We must preserve European culture and values … ‘diversity’ is not the answer.”
That’s not fkin hate speech! It’s not even graffiti by any normal definition. Legible, good spelling, punctuation and diction. I guess from those indicators, we can at least be sure that it’s not a false-flag operation by some semi-literate SJW trans-unicorn mulatto.
It’s not hate speech.. it’s a motion to be put before an Oxford style debate in a wood-panelled debating hall.
Speaking against the motion is Mx Emily Furbaby, adjuct professor of copraphagy at the University of Scunthorpe and Agneeta Genuto-Urinaire from the think-tank Buy Any Minge Necessary.
Speaking for the motion is a white man who is literally Hitler, and a white woman with internalised misogyny.
What’s telling though – apart from the fact that this is deemed newsworthy – is the response. First, the police were called.
The Colorado State University Police Department was contacted after the report because the writing was considered graffiti.
Umm.. okay… and..
Rob Novak, director of communications at the Warner College, made a statement denouncing the graffiti.
“The Warner College is an inclusive space for everyone,” Novak said. “We completely disagree and denounce what the graffiti said, and Warner College thinks that diversity is important and essential.”
Let me run that by you again.
The graffiti read, “We must preserve European culture and values …
“We completely disagree and denounce what the graffiti said
If that’s hate speech, then we’re through the looking-glass, somewhere over the rainbow, on a trans-unicorn.
Like virtually all campuses across the nation, CSU is a target for this type of activity because it is a public space that supports free speech and expression
Don’t you see? We object to this sort of hate speech because we host a public space that supports free speech and expression.
The article gives us a selection of golden nuggets.
The first is what we can find out about ‘Warner Communications Director’ Rob Novak, who has so much time on his hands in his non-job that this a matter of concern to him.
Rob Novak’s CV is a veritable smorgasbord of non-jobbery, with a side-order of worthless qualifications. Community relations specialist. Educational Program Co-ordinator. Fry cook. Graduate in ‘environmental communications, human dimensions of natural resources, philosophy and sociology’ – which probably cost him $100k in loans.
I shouldn’t be so hard on his stint working in a fast food joint, though, since at least that would have been honest work, unlike the other things he has ‘achieved’.
Second, Alex Scott, the
studentself-serving faggot who initially reported the graffiti and told the paper this:
“It’s important to get it taken down and to keep a record of the bad things that happen on campus so that people are aware and can push against it,” Scott said.
If this counts as ‘the bad things that happen’ then CSU has created the first truly safe space… anyway, fagotty Alex – a ‘junior natural resources management’ person turns up in this other article in the same website … in which article his position on any speech to the right of Mao is made perfectly clear.
I wouldn’t be surprised if there was some kind of inside bum-chummery between Rob Novak (Director of Communications at CSU Warner College of Natural Resources) and Alex Scott (junior natural resources manager at Warner College of Natural Resources).
So essentialy, this is a confected outrage cooked up to enable a bunch of self-regarding, middle-class, worthless faggots feel ‘relevant and engaged’. I’m not sure now about the comment I made earlier about this evidently not being ‘false flag.
In fact, I’m putting Alex Scott in the frame for writing this graffiti, with the collusion of Rob Novak, and then running and complaining about it to get them both some news coverage.
Thirdly, there is this:
CSU also encouraged anyone else who finds graffiti such as the one found in the Warner College to immediately report it to their bias reporting website.
Bias reporting, huh? Okay.. let’s take a look.
What’s unusual about this (and perhaps on reflection they may decide it was unwise) is it transparently defines its terms of reference. They’re not unambitious, or in any way limited in scope. Here they are:
What is a Bias-Related Incident?
A bias incident is any conduct, speech, or expression, motivated in whole or in part by bias or prejudice that is meant to intimidate, demean, mock, degrade, marginalize, or threaten individuals or groups based on that individual or group’s actual or perceived:
- Disability and Ability (physical, psychological and cognitive)
- Geographic background
- Citizenship or immigration status
- Genetic Information
- National origin or ancestry
- Gender identity and expression
- Sexual orientation
- Parenting and pregnancy status
- Veteran status
- First generation status
- Socioeconomic status
Wow… well it’s a very good job that Colorado State University is committed to free speech and expression, or this might seem somewhat…. Orwellian?