South Africa has a very high level of crime and crime is the primary security threat to travelers and locals alike. Violent crimes, including rape and murder, routinely occur and have involved foreigners. Muggings, armed assaults and theft are also frequent, often occurring in areas that are popular among tourists.
OK, officially, I now hate white people. I am a white people, for God's sake, but can we keep them--us--us out of my neighborhood? I just went to Harlem Shake on and Lenox for a Classic burger to go, that would my dinner, and the place is overrun with little Caucasian assholes who know their parents will approve of anything they do.
Slide around the floor, you little shithead, sing loudly, you unlikely moron. Do what you want, nobody here is gonna restrict your right to be white. I hereby resign from my race. Yea, I know, it's about access to my dinner.
After Facebook removed the post for violating its Community Standards, he followed up with: I don't get the FB threat thing against me because as far as I can tell, my page is intact, including my earnest, angry, and ridiculous resignation from the white race.
As if I could! Who am I kidding? The FB algortihm conjoins the words "race" and "hate" and designates the origin, which would be me, as a problem. OK, God knows I am. But not in this regard. I just don't want little Caucasians overrunning my life, as they did last night. Please God, remand them to the suburbs, where they and their parents can colonize every restaurant, all the while pretending that the idiotic indulgence of their privilege signifies cosmpololitan--you know, as in sophisticated "European"--commitments.
Rutgers received many complaints about this, and earlier this month affirmed the decision by the Director of the Office of Employment Equity, Lisa Grosskreutz that this speech violated the University's Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment, and was unprotected by the First Amendment. Livingston now faces possible disciplinary action.
As our readers may gather, I find nothing redeeming in Livingston's racist, vulgar rant, or in his fashionable but ridiculous attempt which Rutgers rightly rejected to redefine "racism" to exclude contempt and hatred for whites, or at least for whites that don't behave the way he thinks whites should behave.
Many people I know and admire take the view -- which I don't share, but which many decent people do adopt -- that race-based affirmative action is a permissible, non-racist form of "benign" race preference.
But there's nothing remotely "benign" about Livingston's racial hostility. But Rutgers' justification for punishing Livingston's speech would of course not be at all limited to such racist diatribes.
Rather, the decision rests on the theory that: That promise of inclusiveness is the foundation of our strength as an academic institution. We believe that bringing diverse groups together into an inclusive community empowers individuals and gives rise to fresh, innovative ideas.
The Rutgers policy equally applies to "religion, Speech that argues that homosexuality is immoral or against God's plan. Speech that argues that transgender identity is a form of mental illness that should be treated through means other than accommodating it. Speech that argues that military service is complicity in murder.
Speech that sharply condemns Israelis or Palestinians. Speech that argues that women tend to be biologically worse than men at various tasks or vice versa. Speech that argues that particular genetic traits lead to violence or low intelligence or what have you.
Likely speech that sharply condemns liberal Democrats or conservative Republicans or Socialists or Libertarians; because Rutgers is a public university, and public universities are generally barred by the First Amendment from discriminating based on political belief, the "any other category protected by law" likely includes political belief as well as religious belief; see, e.
Nor would this be limited to speech that overtly expresses hatred. After all, people can feel "stigmatized" for messages that characterize them as foolish e.
But, first, even if the First Amendment allows university professors to be disciplined or even fired on these grounds, that doesn't mean it's a good idea for universities to adopt such a rule.
Perhaps a professor's sharp criticism of certain religious ideologies, for instance, might alienate some students, or might cause loss of donations.
But supressing speech on that basis would itself sharply disrupt the universities as places where people have to be free to discuss controversial, even offensive, ideas -- and, as I said, the universities' rationale would apply to serious discussion of ideas and not just insults such as Livingston's.
Second, federal courts have recognized that the First Amendment protects even racially offensive speech by university professors, precisely because universities are supposed to be places where controversial views are allowed.However, a new religious group, the Druze, established themselves in Mount Lebanon as well, a religious divide that would last for centuries.
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Private institution Marquette University (and it's almost four year jihad against a professor) was just bytch-slapped by the WI Supreme Court and forced to reinstate the professor as well as back.
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