“It is the consequence of a civilizational commitment to civilizational suicide…”


H/t to TSM for this bit of cheer on the crime, and the intent behind it.

You can’t fix it.

You can start anew.

Don’t flinch from the triage.

5 responses to ““It is the consequence of a civilizational commitment to civilizational suicide…”

  1. he’s describing kids at Notre Dame, which even in its current radLib decadence is still a sharp cut above the average. Most of the rest are like the group-entitled niglets at Yale, who parade around with signs reading “We Are So Loved”

    Love and Bullets

  2. “Will”, get it “Will”?, of the sheeple keep on sheepling?:

    Only in New Jersey: Bill would ban motorists from drinking coffee and driving


    These empty-headed Eloi that the writer is lamenting about are the product of a public education system. The private-school students I have taught and the home-schooled students I have tutored could answer his questions. I am not trying to blow smoke out my own ass. The “truth is out there.” I just gave them a few tools.
    Public school teachers really do not want to teach or cannot teach. I saw it when I subbed at a public school system in CA. A HUGE part of the problem is discipline. The students are not held to a standard of behavior and respect towards any adults. They will call teachers by their first names instead of the proper mannerly forms of address. And, the teachers will just try to be their pals instead of their teachers. A too-large emphasis is placed on non-academic crap and fun&games to keep them happy until they are put on the bus and sent home.
    Tearing down respect for authority when you are a child leads to no respect for authority and institutions when you are an adult. And, that started with my(the Woodstock) generation. I know you can argue about government and police corruption. We have done it on this site ad infinitum. But, you still owe it to yourself to treat others with deference and respect until they give you a reason not to. Then, you will have choices to make. They will not be pleasant, but they may be necessary.

  4. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  5. “Above all, the one overarching lesson that students receive is the true end of education: the only essential knowledge is that know ourselves to be radically autonomous selves within a comprehensive global system with a common commitment to mutual indifference.”

    Proverbs 18:2… “A fool hath no delight in understanding, but that his heart may discover itself.”

    What? You mean its not all about me?

    Some lessons will be very (needlessly) painful to learn…