I just watched a screening of the documentary "Indoctrinate U". It is about the liberal bias that takes place in the public universities. I recommend everyone watch it. It made me laugh at the ridiculousness of liberals, frustrated at academia, and frightened at the examples that this stuff is really happening.
Something that really made me weary is the segment of race. After all of the ruckus over Obama's pastor's comments, which I think showed the strong racial tension that still exists. After watching I am now aware that this is happening on college campuses. Universities always talk about diversity and equality. Neither is happening. There have been some extreme allegations against people concerning racism that have been proven to be completely false, but not before universities spent thousands of taxpayer's money.
Another example is that some universities have segregated dorms. Here is an article about it. The same people who promote diversity are also depriving it. In my opinion, the most nonracial atmosphere I have witnessed was during my time in the Navy. We were forced to live together and depend on each other.
I am expecting a serious racial tension soon. I hope it does not happen, but it is so obvious after the statements made by Rev. Wright. Everyone was divided and very sensitive to the issue. Do you agree that racism is a big issue? Do you foresee any problems?
Thursday, April 3, 2008 Labels: politics