4 responses to “Who The Real Fascists Are on the Campus Today?”

  1. Lloyd Bailey says:

    How many times have we heard the expression “Right Wing Fascist”? This is an oxymoron, in that Fascism is on the left and cannot be on both the left and right at the same time. It is probably a mistake to send a child to college today, unless it is a private Christian college that does not accept government money. College students and their professors are useful idiots for communism and they will be very surprised if they ever accomplish their goal. Remember the issue is never the issue; the issue is the revolution.

  2. Joe Z says:

    Kick communist professors off campus and end ALL aspects of Affirmative Action. This will begin to restore some sanity to our college campuses.

    • The Flash says:

      While you may be correct, such actions would probably eliminate 75-85% of ALL professors as well as “pasteurize” the complexion of the campuses. I’m not saying that either would be a bad thing, but the optics would certainly be pretty bad.

  3. Tom says:

    The term fascist is a term from ancient Rome. Rome was a republic before Julius Caesar. I think it was about 50 years before Caesar that the people competing for office would have helpers with sticks in the crowd who would “encourage” the audience who to vote for. The term has something to do with sticks. The people with the sticks were the enforcers. The politics of Rome continued to deteriorate and finally Julius Caesar marched on Rome with his army. The government at the time capitulated with his demands and Caesar became a senator. He was assassinated later because certain people thought he was trying to become dictator. His nephew Caesar Augustus ultimately became dictator, but he was very clever to not be so up front about it as his uncle. He humbly accepted rule when it was almost forced on him and slowly gained more and more power. I got a video course from the library. Very interesting.

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