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Campus Snowflakery Explained in Five Minutes

Since 2014, there has been a war going on at our college campuses. It’s a war between people who cling bitterly to comfortable preconceptions of reality and those who think differently to them.

At its heart, it’s a battle for the right to speak freely- to express one’s convictions and impressions according to one’ own best lights. On one side, you have the leftist ideologues who believe that speech is only a tool for gaining power- and that power can only be used to do harm. On the other side, you have those who believe that people require the freedom to express their ideas so that lively and meaningful debate can develop.

Out of this debate, the second of our two warring factions believes, each individual participant can hone her or his ideas, become better informed, develop even better ideas and make the world more pleasant and productive.

Those who would suppress free speech claim to do so out of compassion. But their tactics are violence, shaming, and lies. Again and again, they prove that the real reason they oppose free speech is that they lack the ability to speak well.

Here’s evolutionary psychologist Gad Saad with the latest in left-wing campus lunacy.

~ Liberty Video News


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