November 29, 2017
A Clockwork Orange – Retard Edition
Going to this university can cost up to $40,000 a year. Totally worth it, right?
Some San Diego State University students are undergoing what organizers acknowledge is a “disturbing” series of “sensory experiences” in an attempt to drive out students’ prejudicial tendencies and help make them less oppressive.
Diversity is so great that even non-stop brainwashing for decades still hasn’t worked. But they’re still trying… And getting dumber with every new “innovation.”
The annual workshop, “Journey to a Shared Humanity,” is described on the university’s website as a way for organizers to get students to “step outside their comfort zone and into the shoes of those who are struggling with oppressive circumstances.”
Have you tried to put your students in the shoes of White people being a minority surrounded by worthless subhumans? Because those are the most oppressive circumstances I can think of.
This year, some students were required to attend the event as part of their classes. During the experience, students are walked through a darkened multipurpose room to view a series of theatrical vignettes acted out by campus leaders.
If you’ve graduated any university in the English speaking world in the last 20 years or so, I’m just gonna go ahead and assume you’re retarded until proven otherwise.
For example, in this year’s rendition, held earlier this month, students observed skits that included a black man yelling at them to stand against and face the wall and not look at him.
“Let’s go! Face the wall! Don’t look at me,” the performer yelled as if he was a drill instructor commanding recruits. Then he went on.
“First they came for the Native Americans, but I’m not Native American, so I did not speak up. Then they came for the Jews, but I’m not a Jew so I did not speak up. Then they came for the gays, but I am not gay so I did not speak up. Next they came for the crippled, but I’m not crippled, so I did not speak up. Turn around. What do you see? What do you see?
“There’s one light left?” one student offered.
“One light. One life. My life, and when they came for me there was no one else to speak up,” the performer concluded.
This is the cringiest thing I’ve seen in my life that has no connection to either the hollowcost or Sword Art Online.
Seriously, is this the best these morons can come up with?
If so, then I think we’ve already won the propaganda war. Now we need only concern ourselves with the meat.
In another performance, students heard very loud banging and a man’s voice yelling: “ICE, open up!” A “mother” in the scene hurriedly tells her daughter, who she is speaking to on the phone, that she has “to go.”
“Don’t let them teach you to be scared of others that don’t look or sound like you. Okay, stay quiet and stay put,” the mother says.
“Ti amo mucho.”
“Wait, don’t go! Don’t touch her! Mom?!”
Then the actress stands and faces the students observing in the wings.
“How would you feel if one of your family members was getting taken away from you? Well it’s happening today. It’s happening to me,” the performer says somberly as the skit ends.
It’s not happening to you, that’s the problem…
But even if it were happening to you, it would still be a problem.
America’s mestizo problem won’t be solved by deportations, but a YUUUUUUUGE forest of impaled mongrel carcasses all across the Rio Grande.
That’s what’s gonna make America great again.
Now imagine that all those literal human kebabs have sombreros… That’s how you make America great again.
In another skit, a loudspeaker chants “Jews will not replace us” over and over, the words echoing loudly and eerily through the darkened building. It’s the same chant neo-Nazis marching in Charlottesville yelled. “Then” and “now” images in the background appear to juxtapose images from WWII-era Germany with Charlottesville rioters.
Kikes were really scared of that, weren’t they? A bunch of White men who know what the source of most of their problems is and chanting it openly in the streets… Terrifying, isn’t it Shlomo?
According to a 2014 Facebook description of the annual workshop, “Journey strives to give people a way to experience oppression in a hands-on way. By engaging emotions of the participants, it allows for the accounts in the program to be truly effective.”
Because they know there is no rational argument for any of their gibberish…
Organizers acknowledge the annual event’s “sensory experiences …may be disturbing,” but adds “it is an effective tool used to teach people about how it really feels to be in oppressive situations.”
After students viewed the “immersive live theatrical experience presenting a collective of raw and emotional performances,” as it has been described, they are taken into a room and debriefed by professors or other campus leaders about how the skits made them feel and what they should do to better combat oppression.
So they’re gonna do something about White people living in South Africa? Because even going by the (((standard definition))) of oppression, that’s still the worst thing to be ever.
After one such performance earlier this month, a student group that experienced the journey together then engaged in a discussion during which the professor leading the talk said President Donald Trump is a racist, and also encouraged the students to fight against oppression.
Thank God I never went to college…