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The danger of equating speech with violence

Perhaps the most worrying trend among proponents of political correctness is equating words with violence. This philosophy, built on works like Words That Wound, has captured many young minds in a web of moral distortion. For example, in response to a speech at Oberlin University last year by Christina Hoff Sommers, a group of students urged others ‘to pull together in the face of this violence [her talk]’.

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  • GrimmCreeper

    Not sure if this is the dumbing down or the pussification of a generation.

    • Alain

      I say both, since it is very difficult to have one without the other.

  • “Freedom Of Expression Go To Hell!!”

    When you only have an Islamic IQ of about 50, you won’t recognize that the sign you are displaying which denounces “freedom of expression” is ipso facto a self-denunciation, by which the only way you can redeem yourself is by destroying the sign otherwise someone will send you to hell. I honestly don’t believe Islam invented algebra — Islamists seem incapable of fundamental logic.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I don’t think they’ve invented anything.
      They just appropriated other cultures like the Borg.
      All the technology they’ve acquired by conquest is stuck in amber.