Tranny Madness and Anti-White Racism in a Wisconsin University

With the insanity of the political correctness ruling the academic circles in North America, it becomes more and more difficult to express an independent opinion. The people in that environment are scared to death to confront the tyranny, afraid about the future of their careers. It takes courage to tell the truth. One of those courageous people is Jason Morgan, a University of Wisconsin-Madison student earning his doctorate at that university.

In a long letter to the university he outlines the horrific deterioration of the American institutions for high learning (h/t BCF). Despite the fact that he specializes in medieval Japanese history, he was forced to go through a mandatory “diversity” training, where he was taught that all white people are racists. One of the sessions even covered the topic about how to show sensitivity to “transgender” people. The trannies, those unfortunate mentally disturbed guys, who spend their lives wondering whether they are men or women, are a tiny fraction of one percent of the population. Yet, the university, funded by donors and taxpayers, finds it justifiable to waste that money on tranny diversity sessions.

At the “diversity” training yesterday, though, even this fig leaf of apoliticism was discarded. In an utterly unprofessional way, the overriding presumption of the session was that the people whom the History Department has chosen to employ as teaching assistants are probably racists. In true “diversity” style, the language in which the presentation was couched was marbled with words like “inclusive”, “respect”, and “justice”. But the tone was unmistakably accusatory and radical. Our facilitator spoke openly of politicizing her classrooms in order to right (take revenge for?) past wrongs. We opened the session with chapter-and-verse quotes from diversity theorists who rehearsed the same tired “power and privilege” cant that so dominates seminar readings and official university hand-wringing over unmet race quotas. Indeed, one mild-mannered Korean woman yesterday felt compelled to insist that she wasn’t a racist. I never imagined that she was, but the atmosphere of the meeting had been so poisoned that even we traditional quarries of the diversity Furies were forced to share our collective guilt with those from continents far across the wine-dark sea.

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There is one further issue. At the end of yesterday’s diversity “re-education,” we were told that our next session would include a presentation on “Trans Students”. At that coming session, according to the handout we were given, we will learn how to let students ‘choose their own pronouns’, how to correct other students who mistakenly use the wrong pronouns, and how to ask people which pronouns they prefer (“I use the pronouns he/him/his. I want to make sure I address you correctly. What pronouns do you use?”). Also on the agenda for next week are “important trans struggles, as well as those of the intersexed and other gender-variant communities,” “stand[ing] up to the rules of gender,” and a very helpful glossary of related terms and acronyms, to wit: “Trans”: for those who “identify along the gender-variant spectrum,” and “Genderqueer”: “for those who consider their gender outside the binary gender system”. I hasten to reiterate that I am quoting from diversity handouts; I am not making any of this up.

The letter, though long, is well worth reading. You can find the rest here.

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5 Comments

  1. The Lone Ranger says:

    I always knew that Caucasian Ph.D.students studying medieval Japanese history were dangerous, white robed racists in dire need of politically correct psychological re-programming.

    1. admiwrath says:

      The most dangerous thing is that he may not be able to find a job with that degree.

  2. The Lone Ranger says:

    To many graduates are now unemployed. My niece has a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Calgary, but couldn’t find a job for months. She was working as a desk concierge for $14.00 per hour until she found temporary employment in Saskatchewan. Unless you plan on becoming a brain surgeon or a genetic engineer, a university degree is little more than an expensive receipt these days.

  3. sarah says:

    I don’t remember learning much more than massive amount of P.C. brainwashing at UW. Why is it that we are required to feed delusional people by using their pronouns? Is it not our right to express our political opinion that sex=gender. This transgenderagenda is really a step back for both the women’s rights movement, but also in how we are treating individuals with serious mental disorders. We can’t cure them, so instead of trying to make them accept themselves, let’s mutilate their bodies through all types of plastic surgeries then cater to their paranoia that others don’t believe that they are not delusional.

    1. admiwrath says:

      My theory is that they are used as tools to scrap normality from our society. When people are confused and let to believe that anything goes, it is much easier to manipulate them.

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