The Convergence of Microaggression and Macroaggression

by Tim Jones11/14/15

It was an amazing week that began where a president of a major state university was forced to resign and ended with a major terrorist attack in Paris. What do these two events have in common? They both threaten the United States from within and from without through petty, imaginary microaggression and real-life lethal macroaggression.

The “microagression” isn’t the real threat but rather the stealth motives behind it by the students and their enablers across the country in creating safe spaces, trigger warnings and other nonsense in academia so as no one gets offended. It’s out in the open where students are actively calling for an end to free speech. And the resignation of Tim Wolfe, the president of the University of Missouri, is the latest casualty in the escalating culture wars that are being ferociously waged and getting more intense by the day on college campuses across the country.

The macroaggression that took place in Paris where 128 were killed have the same goals as the deluded American academic community. Make no mistake about it. The goal of radical Islam is the establishment of a world caliphate where Sharia law rules. This is just fascism by other means.

None other than liberal law professor Alan Dershowitz, who is probably the only leftist that displays intellectual honesty, had an outstanding discussion with Megyn Kelly Friday night on Fox’s The Kelly File. He called out the campus protesters as “book burners” who are no different than those that did the same in the early years of the Nazi regime and that “…the fog of fascism is descending quickly over many American universities.”

It took a liberal’s honesty to declare that what’s really happening on American college campuses where they are now openly attempting to shut down free speech, and succeeding to a large degree, as nothing less than fascism, just as is radical Islam – a distinction without a difference.

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4 Responses to The Convergence of Microaggression and Macroaggression

  1. Brad Nelson Brad Nelson says:

    Wow. Dershowitz calling it like it is. How rare. Will all the new agers, ex-hippies, and all those who supposedly staked their reputations in expanding freedom by smoking a lot of pot and doing a lot of drugs come to understand they’ve been sold a bill of goods by the Left? One can always hope.

    • Timothy Lane says:

      That’s what Clarence Darrow said to Judge Raulston at a key moment in the Scopes trial. After he complained of implicit judicial bias, the Judge said he hoped Darrow didn’t mean to insult the court. Darrow’s response was, “Well, Your Honor has the right to hope.” Judge Raulston also had the right to fine Darrow for contempt of court.

  2. Timothy Lane says:

    Liberals, like Nazi Germany, have a number of affinities with Islam. The Nazis shared with Muslims a propensity for violence and a hatred of Jews (and to some extent the West in general). The liberals share a hatred of the West, especially America and Israel (and to some extent Jews in general). All involved desire a maximal state with little or no freedom to dissent, though there are some differences in the details. So it’s no surprise that the most avant-garde liberals (such as the Obama Gang) have no real desire to confront Islam and are reluctant even to discommode it (though the ever- sociopathic Gangster-in-Chief has found that he enjoys sending drones to kill their leaders, or probably anyone else convenient).

  3. Timothy Lane says:

    The Blaze has a piece giving the tweets of the presidential candidates. For what it’s worth, all showed sympathy for the French (we have no way of knowing how many actually meant it). Some went beyond that, discussing the need to defend ourselves better, defeat the Islamic terrorists (Carly Fiorina was the first I saw to say that), or other practical suggestions. The link is:

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