Sunday, November 13, 2016

THIS IS WHY SO MANY VOTED FOR DONALD J TRUMP - the left is LOONEY!!! Southern Methodist University invited, then disinvited, the teenage daughter of a Dallas police officer, who was killed in the line of duty, Saying It 'Could Be Insensitive' to lawless feral Negroes & Illegal Beaners - Will invite a Black Rapper instead.... Heidi Smith, the mother of Victoria, the high school volleyball player who was told she was not longer welcome to hit the honorary first serve, shared the email she received from a university official Thursday night on Facebook

Southern Methodist University invited, then disinvited, the teenage daughter of a Dallas police officer, who was killed in the line of duty, to hit the honorary serve at a volleyball game this week. The reason they gave for rescinding the invitation was, "In light of recent events and diversity within the SMU community, the demonstration could be deemed insensitive." After an outcry ensued, the university apologized and re-extended the invitation, but failed to give an adequate explanation for why it was spiked in the first place.

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34 comments:

Anonymous said...

this is not the south we remember from years past,scratch this one,,

Anonymous said...

Because de blak lives murder!

The Keesing Bandit said...

Damn Methodists.

Now, kees me you fool!!!!

Anonymous said...

Motherfuck a Donald Trump !

Anonymous said...

Motherfuck a Donald Trump !

Anonymous said...

Motherfuck a Donald Trump !

Anonymous said...

Motherfuck a Donald Trump !

Anonymous said...

To make amends SMU offers to let her get autographs from the players? Wow. College administrators and the Methodist Church are unbelievable. How about free tuition until she earns her bachelors degree?

Anonymous said...

leftist are a looney bunch.The are narrow minded and exhibit rigid thinking processes.

Anonymous said...

Blacks and mooslims will really be pissed off when the Trump A Team Eviscerates, ALL of Obama's policies.

Jackie Puppet said...

Good for Victoria for blowing them off.

SMU doesn't have any problems with recruiting thug niggers from Maywood to play ball for 'em , though.

Anonymous said...

You would think that school would know better. Just shows how much damage needs to un-done.

Anonymous said...

Hope they get cancer

Anonymous said...

the blacks may riot but since we are loading this country with blacks we need to celebrate the riot that's what the future holds.

Anonymous said...

Trump, Clinton and the Culture of Deference (Part 1)

Political correctness functions like a despotic regime. We resent it but we tolerate

By Shelby Steele
Nov. 7, 2016 7:23 p.m. ET

The current election—regardless of its outcome—reveals something tragic in the way modern conservatism sits in American life. As an ideology—and certainly as a political identity—conservatism is less popular than the very principles and values it stands for. There is a presumption in the culture that heartlessness and bigotry are somehow endemic to conservatism, that the rigors of freedom and capitalism literally require exploitation and inequality—this despite the fact that so many liberal policies since the 1960s have only worsened the inequalities they sought to overcome.

In the broader American culture—the mainstream media, the world of the arts and entertainment, the high-tech world, and the entire enterprise of public and private education—conservatism suffers a decided ill repute. Why?

The answer begins in a certain fact of American life. As the late writer William Styron once put it, slavery was “the great transforming circumstance of American history.” Slavery, and also the diminishment of women and all minorities, was especially tragic because America was otherwise the most enlightened nation in the world. Here, in this instance of profound hypocrisy, began the idea of America as a victimizing nation. And then came the inevitable corollary: the nation’s moral indebtedness to its former victims: blacks especially but all other put-upon peoples as well.

This indebtedness became a cultural imperative, what Styron might call a “transforming circumstance.” Today America must honor this indebtedness or lose much of its moral authority and legitimacy as a democracy. America must show itself redeemed of its oppressive past.

How to do this? In a word: deference. Since the 1960s, when America finally became fully accountable for its past, deference toward all groups with any claim to past or present victimization became mandatory. The Great Society and the War on Poverty were some of the first truly deferential policies. Since then deference has become an almost universal marker of simple human decency that asserts one’s innocence of the American past. Deference is, above all else, an apology.

One thing this means is that deference toward victimization has evolved into a means to power. As deference acknowledges America’s indebtedness, it seems to redeem the nation and to validate its exceptional status in the world. This brings real power—the kind of power that puts people into office and that gives a special shine to commercial ventures it attaches to.

Since the ’60s the Democratic Party, and liberalism generally, have thrived on the power of deference. When Hillary Clinton speaks of a “basket of deplorables,“ she follows with a basket of isms and phobias—racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia and Islamaphobia. Each ism and phobia is an opportunity for her to show deference toward a victimized group and to cast herself as America’s redeemer. And, by implication, conservatism is bereft of deference. Donald Trump supporters are cast as small grudging people, as haters who blindly love America and long for its exclusionary past. Against this she is the very archetype of American redemption. The term “progressive” is code for redemption from a hate-driven America.

So deference is a power to muscle with. And it works by stigmatization, by threatening to label people as regressive bigots. Mrs. Clinton, Democrats and liberals generally practice combat by stigma. And they have been fairly successful in this so that many conservatives are at least a little embarrassed to “come out” as it were. Conservatism is an insurgent point of view, while liberalism is mainstream. And this is oppressive for conservatives because it puts them in the position of being a bit embarrassed by who they really are and what they really believe.

Anonymous said...

(Part 2)

Deference has been codified in American life as political correctness. And political correctness functions like a despotic regime. It is an oppressiveness that spreads its edicts further and further into the crevices of everyday life. We resent it, yet for the most part we at least tolerate its demands. But it means that we live in a society that is ever willing to cast judgment on us, to shame us in the name of a politics we don’t really believe in. It means our decency requires a degree of self-betrayal.

And into all this steps Mr. Trump, a fundamentally limited man but a man with overwhelming charisma, a man impossible to ignore. The moment he entered the presidential contest America’s long simmering culture war rose to full boil. Mr. Trump was a non-deferential candidate. He seemed at odds with every code of decency. He invoked every possible stigma, and screechingly argued against them all. He did much of the dirty work that millions of Americans wanted to do but lacked the platform to do.

Thus Mr. Trump’s extraordinary charisma has been far more about what he represents than what he might actually do as the president. He stands to alter the culture of deference itself. After all, the problem with deference is that it is never more than superficial. We are polite. We don’t offend. But we don’t ever transform people either. Out of deference we refuse to ask those we seek to help to be primarily responsible for their own advancement. Yet only this level of responsibility transforms people, no matter past or even present injustice. Some 3,000 shootings in Chicago this year alone is the result of deference camouflaging a lapse of personal responsibility with empty claims of systemic racism.
As a society we are so captive to our historical shame that we thoughtlessly rush to deference simply to relieve the pressure. And yet every deferential gesture—the war on poverty, affirmative action, ObamaCare, every kind of “diversity” scheme—only weakens those who still suffer the legacy of our shameful history. Deference is now the great enemy of those toward whom it gushes compassion.

Societies, like individuals, have intuitions. Donald Trump is an intuition. At least on the level of symbol, maybe he would push back against the hegemony of deference—if not as a liberator then possibly as a reformer. Possibly he could lift the word responsibility out of its somnambulant stigmatization as a judgmental and bigoted request to make of people. This, added to a fundamental respect for the capacity of people to lift themselves up, could go a long way toward a fairer and better America.

Mr. Steele, a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, is the author of “Shame: How America’s Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country” (Basic Books, 2015).


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STOP PANDERING TO NIGGERS!

Anonymous said...

It sounds to me like we are going to have to burn down these liberal hell holes of indoctrination with all the staff inside.
Then start over again, build our universities from the ground up.

mr bourbon street said...

Fuck Donald J!!!
Fuck 'im I say!!!

mr bourbon street said...

That's right fuck Trump!

mr bourbon street said...

motherfuck a donald Trump and everyone that voted for him, fuck em all!

mr bourbon street said...

Fuck donald impeach him

mr bourbon street said...

Fuck Donald and all his support

Anonymous said...

She did not want to be around nigger lovers anyway . Fuck them .

Anonymous said...

Enjoy the next 8 years. After we get a Republican on the court we'll get a few more as the old liberals die off on Trump'a watch. Then with a Republican Congress, President, and Supreme Court we'll take this country so far to the right you'll think it was the 1950s.

Anonymous said...

THE 1950S WAS GREAT,iKE WAS PRESIDENT.GAS WAS 15 CENTS A GALLON,SMOKES WERE A DIME A PACK,BIG GLASS OF BEER FOR TWO BITS,IT WAS A SCANDAL IF A CHICK GOT PREGNANT IN HIGH SCHOOL,QUEERS HID IN THE CLOSET
JACKING OF TO MUSCLE MAGS WHILE WEARING MOMS CORSET, THE PRICE TO GET INTO THE CAPITAL THEATER AT 79TH AND HALSTED 40 CENTS,THE DOLLAR NINETEEN STEAK HOUSE,NO NIGGERS BEGGING IN THE LOOP,OH YEAH.BRING BACK THE 50S WOULD LOVE IT,,,

Anonymous said...

I LOVE MUSCLE MAGS

Anonymous said...

I offend all day, every day. I have no guilt. Fuck deference and fuck niggers.

Anonymous said...

Did any of you hear the CBS 60 Minutes Trump interview?
He sounded weak and soft as puppyshit.

NO WALL - we get a fence instead (we NEED the WALL AND LAND MINES).

He called the Soros backed Color Revolutioaries, 'protestors'.

His Chief of Staff pick looks like it will be that jew Preibus,
who is probably Trums handler. On a side note, two of his kids
are married to faux jews, just like Chelsea Klinton.
What are the odds eh?

He will NOT prosecute Hellary, so now he has backpeddled on us.

Expect more of the same and/or worse folks.
It looks like we had the wool pulled over our eyes again.

I'm going to invest in some more, better optics in the mean time.

Anonymous said...

Now you can have at it . Now fuck a Donald Trump !

Anonymous said...

Hear,hear !!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Preibus is a dago you pinhead.

Anonymous said...

That was just a trick to get the libs to drop their guard. And then — WHAMMO!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Enjoy the next 8 years. After we get a Republican on the court we'll get a few more as the old liberals die off on Trump'a watch. Then with a Republican Congress, President, and Supreme Court we'll take this country so far to the right you'll think it was the 1950s.

November 13, 2016 at 7:07 PM

You got me hot and bothered.........

Jackie Puppet said...

6:43 AM,

Sounds like Trump already had his "off the record" visit from someone who represents The Powers That Be, who told Trump "this is how things are gonna be - or else".

Each incoming president is said to get a visit like this shortly before the inauguration, though this is the first I heard so soon after the election and over 2 months yet before Trump takes over.

The "or else" is probably one or more family members getting offed, or suicided. The threat of that is what did Ross Perot in during his campaign.