November 15, 2017

University student insisting on being treated like an infant creates “disability” controversy

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, I reported on a university in Nanaimo, British Columbia that fired their human rights director for investigating complains against a student who wished to be treated like an infant.

The student wore a pacifier around his neck, spoke using a baby voice, and submitted an assignment that included a photo of himself in a diaper.

Six women complained after he was moved into their class without warning, leading to an investigation.

The student claimed he was disabled, but was unable to provide evidence. The university administration sided with the student and fired the human rights director.

This is just another reason not to send your kids to university

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commented 2017-11-16 10:02:11 -0500
Canada seems to be desperately trying to lower itself to Third World Status, and doing a wonderful job, I might add. To you poor snowflakes out there, the answer to all of your questions, and the solutions to all of your problems, is at the edge of that cliff.
commented 2017-11-16 08:43:53 -0500
Adult student behaving as a baby, expecting to be treated as a baby, but knows all about the law… Soon to be serial killer?

Thirty years ago he would be out on his butt, but not today. Entitlement, universities and schools bowing to every whim of the students, mothering them, never a harsh word to be heard, ignore reality and the real world, giving passing grades to avoid frivolous complaints, students in charge of disciplinary committees; what would you expect to happen?

You can’t say anything negative to them, such as, “The way you are going you won’t pass” because, well, that is not only offensive but a criticism. They actually expect you to come in on your days off (weekends) because, well, they haven’t attended class most of the time and want you to catch them up.

There is a reason why I stopped working at a university about fifteen years ago. The student’s failures are your fault, they lie as easily as they breath, and good grades – no, exceptional grades – are due to them simply by being allowed into the school, which they consider a right to attend.

My two cents, now a nickel.
commented 2017-11-16 00:49:46 -0500
Well no booze or smokes or driving for this infant then. Funny how immature idiots seem to always want the privileges of being an adult while denying the responsibilities.
commented 2017-11-15 23:31:00 -0500
He wants to be treated like an infant, then put him over the knee and whack him with a big pot scraper (A Steel One).
commented 2017-11-15 17:44:19 -0500
Baby wants a degree or waaaaaaaaa.
commented 2017-11-15 11:46:53 -0500
… Nice to see the Left starting to come out of the closet.