Wednesday, October 17, 2018

This Is The End

Is this the end? Via Zero:

I am waiting for the case when a white university female brings a rape case against a black university male. It will be interesting to see how the university chooses which side to take. In such a case we have two victims of “white male supremacy.” Which victim will prevail against the other victim. Will the university come down on the side of the protected black or on the side of the protected female? Or will the university decide that the rape was actually done by a white male pretending to be a black.

This question illustrates the complete breakdown of American society.




RHT447 said...

Billy Jeff Clintion (aka "BJ") was ahead of his time.

"It depends on what the meaning of the word is, is.".

Aaaand...we're off. Fresh paint on the barn wall every day telling what the rules are. Today I identify as a ______________.

Lord of the Flies. With money. And at the speed of the internet.

Which reminds me, I need to get a Doors CD. I like to play music while cleaning guns.

LL said...

Is there a scintilla of reason at American universities? Certainly if it exists, it never makes itself known outside of the hallowed halls of learning.

LSP said...

I'm with you on the music, RHT. Speaking of which, must scour some gas guns (overdue). Dirty little things, those deadly assault rifles.

LSP said...

We have to wonder, LL. Let's see how the hallowed halls of academe rise to the challenge of protected identity class internicene warfare.

LindaG said...

The breakdown of the ability to think, for sure.

Theodore said...

Someone on National Review last week (Rich Lowry Jonah Goldberg) wrote that because of the entire #MeToo and the idea that all women must be believed, that Gregory Peck/Atticus Finch is no longer the hero of "To Kill a Mockingbird" but the villain. Very interesting point. The entire premise of the story is that he's defending a black man wrongfully accused of rape by a white girl. If she must be believed regardless then Tom Robinson is guilty and should be guilty and, as it's the South, be lynched or some such punishment.

Food for thought.

LSP said...

They've gone insane, Linda.

LSP said...

I saw that, TC, and liked it.

Hope Ireland's working out well! (and thanks again for the parcel)