Discussing the Continued War on Grammar

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “The War on Grammar Continues…“…

RaynCollege Writing Center Declares American Grammar A ‘Racist,’ ‘Unjust Language Structure’:
http://dailycaller.com/2017/02/20/college-writing-center-declares-american-grammar-a-racist-unjust-language-structure/

I call bullshit! And, I’ll prove it, too!

“Grammar is important! Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack off a horse and helping your Uncle jack off a horse.”

See?

Sara:

Daniel Sv.: The sad thing is that trivializing the term “fascism” will make people apathetic to when real fascism occurs.

The War on Grammar Continues…

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

College Writing Center Declares American Grammar A ‘Racist,’ ‘Unjust Language Structure’:
http://dailycaller.com/2017/02/20/college-writing-center-declares-american-grammar-a-racist-unjust-language-structure/

(Rob Shimshock) An “antiracist” poster in a college writing center insists American grammar is “racist” and an “unjust language structure,” promising to prioritize rhetoric over “grammatical ‘correctness.’”

The poster, written by the director, staff, and tutors of the University of Washington, Tacoma’s Writing Center, states “racism is the normal condition of things,” declaring that it permeates rules, systems, expectations, in courses, school and society.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: I call bullshit! And, I’ll prove it, too!

“Grammar is important! Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack off a horse and helping your Uncle jack off a horse.”

See?

(note: I previously used the same meme to address another attempt to attack grammar as racist in my post, “Sorry, Chalabi, But Grammar is Important!“)

Just Four More Days Until the Hypocrites on the Left Become Staunchly Anti-War, Again!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
“Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam”
April 30, 1967 – Riverside Church, NY

Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam:
http://original.antiwar.com/Martin_Luther_King/2017/01/15/why-i-am-opposed-to-the-war-in-vietnam/

The sermon which I am preaching this morning in a sense is not the usual kind of sermon, but it is a sermon and an important subject, nevertheless, because the issue that I will be discussing today is one of the most controversial issues confronting our nation. I’m using as a subject from which to preach, “Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam.”

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Just four more days until the hypocrites become staunchly anti-war, again! Some have even been trying to get a head-start on the crowd for a few months, now!

Discussing Politics, Political Correctness, and the 2016 Presidential Elections Among Other Members of NYC’s Autistic Community

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of my friend, Daniel Sv…

2016-11-09-discussing-politics-political-correctness-and-the-2016-presidential-elections-among-other-members-of-nycs-autistic-community

Daniel Sv.: In the aftermath of the election, there have been many aspies who are horrified that there were a segment of aspies who supported Trump. They offer the fact that many of us were bullied and ostracized, so why do we support a supposed up front bully?

To that I answer with one word: GRASP. If you are like me, we met as a community in this group where we exchanged ideas and felt free to interact. During the early years, we had a lot of fun.

Of course, by now you are aware of the change in leadership and the resulting dissensions that occurred. The priority seemed to be less on helping people and enforcing more a PC agenda. More and more, people were ostracized and shamed for not conforming with illogical standards.

Like me, some of you felt hopeless at the politicization of such groups and the inability to be up front and honest. To us, we saw in Trump our protest vote against the increasing PC creeping in.

Being an aspie does not mean having to be politically correct. It means to be free and interacting with like minded people without conforming to a straitjacket standard. It means no politicization of support groups. I am proud to announce that Trump’s election was a repudiation of this.

Brian K.: You can dislike PC without supporting the racist, sexist, moronic, *ableist* piece of shit who still believes the debunked vaccine theory.
Are these people a better alternative to PC?

Voices from Donald Trump Rallies, Uncensored:
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/04/us/politics/donald-trump-supporters.html

Jesus G.: the system has been put there long before we were even born. its so difficult for us to comprehend and understand that so we can only control what we are able to control for ourselves. other than that, we will prepare for the unknown. if able

Rayn: I’m not pro-Trump, and chose to Vote Nobody 2016, just like I have for over a decade and a half, now, as a libertarian, and more specifically, a Voluntaryist. But, to add to your post, Daniel, I can say that even the ASAN group in NYC slowly became neo-liberalized, and once their numbers were up, members became very confident in their attempts to ostracize and shame those merely holding different viewpoints than them, even when the viewpoints were of the completely innocent and peaceful variety. Diversity, apparently, refers only to physical appearance, and sexual orientation, to these types, and has NOTHING to do with perspectives, thoughts, and ideas. I’ve never been lectured, condescended to, and had my intelligence questioned so much in my life, than I have among this small group. I refer to them as Aspie Elitists, and many of them were complete cry-bullies, too. I have many examples I could share. (Click Here to Continue Reading This Post)

The Scummy Agenda Underlying Cultural Marxism Finally Begins to Fully Rise to Surface

I originally posted the following information and commentary upon my Facebook wall…

"Language Matters" campaign poster, decorating residential hall at Rutgers University

“Language Matters” campaign poster, decorating residential hall at Rutgers University

Rutgers University: To Avoid Microaggressions, Only Speak When “Necessary”
http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=8081

(Amber Athey) Students in at least one Rutgers University residence hall are being encouraged to use only language that is “helpful” and “necessary” to avoid committing microaggressions.

The display, photos of which were obtained by Campus Reform, is titled “Language Matters: Think,” and was placed in the College Avenue Apartments by a resident assistant, according to a current resident of the building who does not wish to be identified.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: And, there you have it, folks! The scummy agenda underlying Cultural Marxism finally begins to fully rise to the surface, now that an entire generation of emotionally and psychologically infantile, perpetual victims have embraced the con-job.

Finally, the ultimate, trigger-free safe space! Three cheers for “progress”!

“Keep silent for social justice!”