Just when you think the direction this country is headed cannot possibly get any more misguided, look no further than a college campus. The college campus of today is full of an anti-American sentiment that has never been seen in this country. This sentiment can be attributed in large part to the hippie movement of the 1960’s as they have now filtered their way into government positions and various educational institutions. Just look at NYU in New York City, they are employing a former Weather Underground terrorist and they’re not the only college partaking in such activities.
According to the The Daily Beast,
The most famous Weather Underground bombers-cum-professors are, of course, Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn (also a former Sheinberg Scholar-in-Residence at NYU, which must consider bomb-making skills when making its selection), whose infantile politics and tenure on the FBI’s Most Wanted List never dented the confidence of the University of Illinois or Northwestern University.
This should shed a little like onto the issue we watched unfold at the UC Irvine campus in California in which students actually voted to have the American Flag removed from the campus center because it may be “offensive” to others and could inspire mixed feelings among a diverse group of students. This should anger every single American citizen throughout this country especially the veteran as they risk their lives for that flag and what it stands for.
This is exactly the problem on nearly every college campus throughout this country as they teach a blame American first mentality. They teach that America has a history of hate, racism, and imperialism which was designed to be at the cost of others freedoms and rights. They fail to teach the true founding of this country and what our forefathers fled to come here. They fail to inspire respect and pride for what this country was founded upon, freedom and liberty.
According to NBC Los Angles,
The resolution, which was written by student Matthew Guevara, also said “the American flag is commonly flown in government public service locations, military related entities, at homes, in foreign lands where the US government has a presence,” and its “symbolism has negative and positive aspects that are interpreted differently by individuals.”
This is the mentality of college students today. They are more concerned that our American Flag may be interpreted differently by individuals that about what they are studying and how they will succeed in school to find a viable job when they graduate. It’s time the intellectual college academics get their heads out of their asses and realize that they live in America and if they don’t like this country and our traditions then they can get the hell out!!
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