January 25, 2016

Pat Condell brutally slaughters fragile university students, their safe spaces and gender-driven SJW courses in new video

Rebel Staff

In his latest video, Pat Condell tackles gender-driven social justice warrior mentality in universities.

“A degree in gender studies will make you even more unemployable than you would be with no degree at all. Because it tells a potential employer than you are likelier than not to be an agenda-driven troublemaker at heart who has spent years cocooned in a self-induced bubble of phony victim hood, immersed in a subject you knew in advance was going to be worthless.”

He completely tears into the dumbing down of universities by providing worthless degrees and freely silencing debate.

Pat talks about student unions making fools of themselves with censorship and how many of its members are majoring in feminist garbage.

He even calls for a safe space invasion.

It's a must watch.

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commented 2016-01-26 10:54:58 -0500
Greg Ficek commented 17 hours ago
Acuuna… That wasn’t a rant… Ranting implies that you are incapable of reason .
That was most reasonable…!!!!
slapping somebody with a fish or a sock full of rice pudding… that sounds totally reasonable….
try using the other brain cell for a while, greg.
commented 2016-01-26 09:19:26 -0500
Isn’t that the truth.
commented 2016-01-25 18:17:04 -0500
Back in my university days (BSc) we had respect for those getting BArts degrees, only if they went on to study law or medicine. Nowadays, I don’t recognize several degrees and like he says, and like Trudeau’s degree, that would be a degree in basket weaving; utterly useless. And as he said in the video, a degree in gender studies will get you a job teaching; I would add one more, in government, where you could be the driving force behind another stupid bill and legislation of similar ilk.
commented 2016-01-25 18:14:16 -0500
The University of Ottawa had a head start with the bullocks on their campus due to French sensitivity years ago. I feel like I’m in a jungle of zombies when ever I visit.
commented 2016-01-25 17:29:27 -0500
I may not agree with everything that he says on all his videos but I agree with him 100% and his right to say it and will support that.
That is what freedom of speech looks like…!!!!!!!
commented 2016-01-25 17:26:02 -0500
Acuuna… That wasn’t a rant… Ranting implies that you are incapable of reason .
That was most reasonable…!!!!
commented 2016-01-25 17:00:04 -0500
I am with you on this Maurice.
commented 2016-01-25 16:50:41 -0500
Here’s a funny story about that song.
Got in a “debate” with an insanely liberal lawyer, Mike, over the line: “The more I think about it old Billie was right, let’s kill all the lawyers, kill them tonight.”

The line’s inspiration came from Henry The Sixth, Part 2 Act 4, scene 2, 71–78
All: God save your majesty!
Cade: I thank you, good people—there shall be no money; all shall eat
and drink on my score, and I will apparel them all in one livery,
that they may agree like brothers, and worship me their lord.
Dick: The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.
Cade: Nay, that I mean to do.

An interpretation following that in an article says, quote, “Dick the butcher, a character no one remembers, utters one of the few memorable lines from the entire three-part Henry the Sixth cycle. Dick’s Utopian idea to kill all England’s lawyers is his addition to the promises of the traitorous Jack Cade, who envisions a quasi-communistic social revolution, with himself installed as autocrat. Cade alleges that all lawyers do is shuffle parchments back and forth in a systematic attempt to ruin the common people. His demagoguery is simply a calculated appeal to simple folks’ longing to be left alone.” Yet one may recognize Cade’s moral failings and still sympathize with Dick." unquote.

Even before knowing that, I, and everybody else I knew, always took the Eagle’s line to mean society solve differences a lot better if we didn’t have lawyers stirring things up.
Mike, on the other hand, (An unemployed lawyer in Washington DC by the way, and if a lawyer can’t get a job THERE then…) argued the line meant if you want to society to collapse into lawlessness, the first thing you have to do is kill the lawyers so nobody can interpret laws to the people.

With that kind of reasoning, it’s no wonder he can’t get a job as a lawyer.
And why liberals can’t see the truth right in front of their faces.
commented 2016-01-25 16:26:44 -0500
Pat Condell operates generally in the ever-increasingly elusive world of “common sense”, which is not particularly common these days. This makes it very hard for me to understand his anti-religion position, which to me, seems completely illogical. And I’m not talking about skepticism or disbelief, I’m talking about ANTI-belief. After all, there are only three possible explanations for our existence; 1) God created the Universe and everything in it for his own divine purpose, 2) The Universe just spontaneously popped into existence for no particular reason, or 3) The Universe has existed in some form or other for all eternity. I can’t think of any other possibilities, can you? Each of these three seem unimaginable from a human perspective, but since we cannot deny the existence of the Universe or ourselves, one of them is necessarily true. The reason I became a Christian was the mathematical improbability of the fulfillment of biblical prophesies in Jesus by random chance. The reason I remain a Christian is experiential…. which I need not go into. I agree with Pat Condell an almost everything else so I find it hard to understand this willful blindness in this one area.
commented 2016-01-25 16:06:33 -0500
Dan Chomistek——I have no idea how many times that I have listened to ‘Get Over It ’. I never knew the words.
Over two decades have passed and it looks like we have not got over it.. We are getting ’worse’.
commented 2016-01-25 16:03:44 -0500
Lad Reme commented:
“Students… perhaps they are studying the very subjects…”

Lad, isn’t ‘Students studying’ an oxymoron these days? Studying is work and work is beneath today’s university students.
commented 2016-01-25 14:46:50 -0500
Peter Netterville;
Have to agree with you on this one, Condell is one of the best.
He seems to have upset one or two Students on this page, perhaps they are studying the very subjects that Pat speaks of.

Condell, an Irishman raised in London UK, he is on the Muslim hit list for his truths about Islam and Muslims.
commented 2016-01-25 14:37:18 -0500

I posted this link earlier at another similar story. The article is about a partial aboriginal professor taking the UBC to Human Rights because they insisted that she should have published refereed papers over her eleven years at UBC; which she says is contrary to her aboriginal culture. In short the type of lazy, useless professor that Canadian universities are becoming known for.
commented 2016-01-25 14:31:00 -0500
This problem has matasticised far beyond the campus and into the government administration. It is set in so deeply that it is now functionally the king making part of government….too bad more people like Pat didn’t speak up 30 years ago…but back then institutions like universities who could afford eight square inches of advertising space in print media could invoke censorship whenever they needed it.
commented 2016-01-25 14:13:35 -0500
JOE BOUDREAULT said, ‘Now both the USA and Canada are ‘lead’ by men who have million dollar educations and know nothing’. You are wrong to include Canada in that rant. Canada is ‘lead’ by a dope that didn’t finish anything as far as education is concerned – he is a millionaire, but he sure as hell does not have a million dollar education. In fact I doubt that he has an education in teaching that he brags about.
There are grade 9 dropouts that are far more intelligent than this dope that thinks he is a PM.
commented 2016-01-25 14:01:57 -0500
Ya gotta like the straight forward talk of Pat Condell. And yes, there are things that he says that could offend me if I was so inclined, but I have a thick skin and can take it. He says it as it is.
commented 2016-01-25 13:49:43 -0500
Pat Condell, your diatribe against Christians is noted. I disagree strongly and politely, but I note it. In your presentation on Christianity, I believe you are confused about what the ‘atheist trinity’ is. It’s not imposter, fraud and holy phoney… it’s actually Darwinism, communism, and amorality. What part of the word ‘manifestation’ do you fail to comprehend, Paul? Yours is such a typically sad and thoughtless rant. What school of self-lobotomy did you say you attended? Certainly not the School of Critical Thinking.
commented 2016-01-25 13:17:06 -0500
There’s a wonderful opening line at the beginning of Paul Theroux’s novel “The Mosquito Coast” that goes: ‘My father left university to get an education…". A retired Ontario teacher and best friend of mine confessed that he wasn’t allowed to fail a student. The smartest people I ever knew were high-school drop-outs. I followed the same route of the Theroux character and done rather well. And my father and grandfather once said they tended to agree with the 1920s policy which they grew up under of not allowing people who didn’t own property or have a basic education to vote in elections (no investment in ownership of anything or in intelligence, you see). Now both the USA and Canada are ‘lead’ by men who have million dollar educations and know nothing.
commented 2016-01-25 12:12:03 -0500
outstanding rant by a layman!