September 09, 2016

Professor: Unlike ants, “humans are not equal,” and today’s college environment is “antithetical to human nature”

Tiffany GabbayRebel Host

This week, I discussed the disturbing spread of censorship on college campuses with Dr. Gad Saad. Dr.Saad is Professor of Marketing, holder of the Concordia University Research Chair in Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences and Darwinian Consumption, and advisory fellow at the Center for Inquiry.

He explained that today's students are "in for a rude awakening" when they get into the real world, realize not everyone agrees with them, and they won't be able to "go into a fetal position and listen to Taylor Swift music."

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commented 2016-09-09 22:03:04 -0400
Well if you observe a bee hive or ant hill you will notice the ants and bees work hard, something the socialist snowflakes do not care for.
commented 2016-09-09 22:00:24 -0400
Bill Elder well put. The idiots think you can build a society on art.
commented 2016-09-09 18:23:17 -0400
Bill Elder…well said.
commented 2016-09-09 12:32:28 -0400
Interesting Dr. Gad using the allegory of the ant and ant hill, because this is the symbol used in most prototype socialist/communist societies – the beehive or ant hill, symbolized the structured, ordered society with every member programmed for a specific role.

This social crusader concept/theory is romantic 19th century utopianism and certainly has long been proven fallible by objective realities. Yes people are not ants to be used on social experiments or be forced or exploited into systems not of their making or self interest – but this is the core of leftist activism – essentially 19th century ideas of society as an exploitable thing to be shaped by an elite class of social engineers – million of people died in the last century in the efforts of the elite to make this fallible premise work – and it still continues. It seems that bad ideas seem to thrive in the stratas of society that regard themselves as above the rest of us.
commented 2016-09-09 12:02:15 -0400
its becoming clear, that a college education, especially in the liberal arts, is a useless endeaver,you get a student loan paying social wreak of a person that is not skilled for real life