I don’t read the Globe and Mail a lot, but here's a story they just ran, about a small university in Nanaimo, British Columbia:
Internal e-mails obtained by The Globe and Mail, as well as interviews, other documents and a formal complaint filed with B.C.'s Human Rights Tribunal outline allegations that the student wished to be treated like an infant, wearing a soother around his neck, talking in a baby voice and submitting an assignment that included a photo of him in a diaper. (...)
The official said the student also suggested he had a disability but did not immediately provide additional evidence.
The university moved the student into another professor’s class, with no warning. His antics continued. Six women eventually complained.
And the school's human rights director "says she was fired because she continued to investigate the matter."
The student wasn't expelled, but the school's human rights director "says she was fired because she continued to investigate the matter."
That’s what universities are like now.
Not just gross actions like here. But the case of Professor Jordan Peterson, who was threatened because he refused to call students by made up phrases like "Zhee" and "Zher," instead of "he" and "her."
Yeah, send your kids to trade school instead...
NEXT: Sheila Gunn Reid joins us via Skype to talk about her reports from the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany.
She explains that, since Rebel viewers crowdfunded this journalistic mission, she and her producer are economizing; besides staying at an AirBnB and flying economy, yesterday, rather than take taxis, they walked over 20 kilometres to cover stories on foot!
She talks about the difference between the US delegation and those of other nations, and all the hypocrisy that's on display at this luxury globalist get-together.
Sheila also previews some of her upcoming reports.
THEN: Marc Morano of ClimateDepot.com comes on with an exclusive scoop you have to see to believe:
Video of the former UN Climate Chief calling for a "centralized transformation" of society (but there's more...)
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