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Our Moral Superiors™

Posted on | April 17, 2017 | 1 Comment

One of the biases of the intellectual elite is their self-serving belief that college education is synonymous with moral superiority. To be an “educated” person is to be a better person, according to the elite, and therefore the more prestigious the school you attended — Obama at Columbia and Harvard Law, Hillary at Wellesley and Yale Law, etc. — the more you are qualified to pass judgment on those inferior slobs beneath you. This kind of credential-based snobbery allows rich kids (whose parents can afford $70,496 a year to send them to an “elite” school like Northwestern) to believe that the rest of us are obligated to listen in hushed reverence while they lecture us about what ignorant bigots we are.

Speaking of Northwestern University, a couple of months ago, feminists at the elite school worked themselves into what Michelle Malkin calls a “Category-5 frenzy over sexual assault allegations” at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. The problem was there was no evidence, and the whole thing appears to have been nothing but a hoax “based on anonymous phone calls,” Malkin explained:

When one brave student senator, who is an SAE fraternity member, stood up for the “rights of the accused” during debate over a resolution to condemn the “pervasive culture of sexual misconduct” on campus, he was chastised for his “privilege” and castigated for “victim-blaming.” . . .
After a “prompt and thorough” investigation, [the university’s Vice President for Student Affairs] Patricia Telles-Irvin revealed [in March], “(n)o disciplinary action or further investigative action related to the reports of sexual misconduct will be taken at this time.”

Remember, these people are Our Moral Superiors™ despite the gullibility that inspires them to hysterical witch-hunts over non-existent rapes. And incidents like this require us to believe that either:

A. Male students at our nation’s most elite educational institutions are complicit in a “pervasive culture of sexual misconduct”;
B. Feminists at our nation’s most elite educational institutions are a bunch of dishonest liars and credulous fools.

Neither explanation reflects well on Our Moral Superiors™.

Meanwhile, at $64,870-a-year Pomona College, three black students — Dray Denson, Avery Jonas and Shanaya Stephenson — wrote an open letter condemning the discovery of truth as an educational goal:

This construction is a myth and white supremacy, imperialism, colonization, capitalism, and the United States of America are all of its progeny. The idea that the truth is an entity for which we must search, in matters that endanger our abilities to exist in open spaces, is an attempt to silence oppressed peoples. … The idea that we must subject ourselves routinely to the hate speech of fascists who want for us not to exist plays on the same Eurocentric constructs that believed Black people to be impervious to pain and apathetic to the brutal and violent conditions of white supremacy.

Well, there you have it — there is no such thing as truth, and the belief that education is about searching for truth is white supremacy.

It takes big money to become one Our Moral Superiors™ and these kids at elite private Pomona College are obviously so much better than you and your kids, with your crappy state-school diplomas and your ignorant racist belief that “truth is an entity for which we must search.” You’re obviously trying to “silence oppressed peoples” whose parents pay $64,870 a year for them to go to college in sunny Southern California.

Oppression is becoming so expensive, only rich kids can afford it.



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