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Stanford professor: Students suffer “microaggressions” when told homework might be easy



Saturday, July 15, 2017 by:  –Natural News


(Natural News) In the latest chapter of libtard lunacy sweeping across America’s insane left-wing universities, a Stanford professor warns students against saying their homework was “easy” because it might trigger so-called “microaggressions” in other students who didn’t find it easy.

Yes, the brave new world of weak-minded, universally-offended college crybully snowflakes now includes being “triggered” by homework, which apparently is only assigned by racist, bigoted, intolerant white professors who don’t aren’t yet up to speed on the politically correct idea that students should never have to earn anything. In the new libtard Wonderland world, everything is given to you by someone else, and if you don’t get what you want, double down on the whining and claim to be “triggered” until they cave.

In this video commentary, I take aim at the libtard snowflake crybully culture and tell students to “grow up” and stop whining and crying for everybody to give them everything. “Stop playing the victim all the time,” I urge the crybully students, “and start learning how to behave like an adult for a change.” Sadly, students across America aren’t being taught what they will need to know to survive in the real world. Instead, they are being conditioned to function as intolerant, bigoted crybully snowflakes who lack the maturity, self-discipline and sense of achievement needed to become successful adults in the real world.


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By | 2017-10-26T21:53:38+00:00 July 15th, 2017|Featured, Main, United States|5 Comments

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  1. Steve ONeal July 16, 2017 at 4:11 am

    Point is well made, and I share this media post I have made in its regard –

    This article (with video) from Mike Adams, c/o Dave Hodges, is too accurate in the main to overlook [1], [2]. There is a hard reality to address, and although I may be a hard grader forwarding a decidedly conservative point here, one only has to look to the past, and then again to the technical realities now unfolding our future, to realise that America’s seed generations will be taking a butter knife to a gunfight, holding up ebonics, third-level science, and university softalk as their generations’ accomplishments to answer the Magna Carta, the Gettysburg address, and the sophisticated duplicities of the think tanks who manipulate populations. Quietly I inventory more off-grid power and secret away a physical library for a few who will find a special place, instinctively understanding the complex secrets of the real revolution and overturning that must soon take place, and learn the real “Jedi” disciplines. For the rest, in a world becoming a brutal place divided against itself under programmed divisions and deceived by faux sciences, real positivity, meaning seeking the truth to get at real solutions, will be forsaken in favour of immediate gratifications. What will future breakfast be? Free range omelets, fresh veggies and spring water, or egg-mcmuffin, dr. pepper and a blunt, followed by a shower in fluoridated water? We need to address the definition of “university” as well.

    It is reality who is the hard grader, and doesn’t care if you are ready for the test. It all comes down to choices… that influence the ability to make choices… that influence the ability to make choices….. building or destroying the temple that is our character in the singular, and civilisation in the plural.




  2. dan July 16, 2017 at 4:17 am

    Higher education (oxymoron) is a business that caters to what ever its customers ( students) want in order to keep the money rolling in.

  3. James J. " Clip " Gray July 16, 2017 at 5:56 am

    This is what happens when those parents of those students think that competition is wrong. That there children should receive an award just for showing up and they should be recognized for participating. Not being the best but just being there. This is what we have done. And if your child cannot compete in this world, this world will no longer be theirs.

  4. Chet S. July 17, 2017 at 7:30 am

    Today’s colleges are nothing more than young adult day care centers.

  5. Darren July 18, 2017 at 4:24 pm

    My comment is less in literature detail, but this illustration brings me to what I’ve heard growing up and beyond…. Very simple, explains a lot…. “I want my children to have a better up bringing than the one I had growing up.”
    Provide with little education on what it takes and you have yourself generation y….
    Please tell me if I’m wrong.

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