Management expert Gary Hamel once said, “From Gandhi to Mandela, from the American patriot to the Polish shipbuilders, the makers of revolutions have not come from the top.” And it appears as though it’s going to take an expert like Hamel to help the University of Missouri manage its way out of the mess it’s in, thanks in part to the self-professed revolutionaries that have overrun the University of Missouri campus.
Western Journalism has been covering the ongoing protests, resignations, and reactions by the protesters and the school administrators. Fox News has also been covering the story. Greg Cutfeld, commentator on The Five, pointed out Thursday that the student body president admitted to spreading a rumor that the KKK was on campus. Gutfeld said:
When hate becomes a hoax, divisive ‘deceptors’ just say, ‘Well, it’s happening somewhere.’ And cowardly academics indulge it…these aren’t babies but students who wish to be treated like babies. The entire campus needs a giant pair of pampers. Meanwhile, thousands in Afganistan protest the ISIS beheading of a little girl. That’s real horror, while our kids fret over mean words. The Five’s been warning you about this for years. Hell. I wrote a book about it called The Joy of Hate. The banning of speakers, the rise of safe spaces, all driven by the noxious notion that speech is somehow violent.
Cutfeld then cut to an interview with a University of Missouri student.
I personally am tired of hearing that First Amendment rights protect students when they are creating a hostile and unsafe learning environment for myself and for other students here. I think that it’s important for us to create that distinction and create a space where we can all learn from one another and start to create a place of healing, rather than a place where uh we are uh experiencing a lot of hate like we have in the past.
She’s so tired of the First Amendment. Okay. You want a safe space with no First Amendment at all. Let’s give it to em. I offer the sanctuary campus, a segregated playpen for infants who reject rule of law and agreed upon authority. In weeks, it’ll be nothing more than a violent dystopia of imploding maniacs, providing the world a much needed lesson that fascism flourishes in the absence of guts.
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