Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Student associations are crazy: Part 1-- Vigilantes at Queen's

Having studied for 5 years at university, I had a chance to see first hand how awful student associations can be.

These associations were founded with noble goals of protecting student interests. Unfortunately, they have now become political organizations. It makes me want to spit.

It's all the more troublesome when you see how immature these students are. They know so little about life and are ill positioned to be taking stands on political issues. I'll admit that I was immature as an 18 year old. But I wouldn't try to give an interview to the CBC on some important issue of the day.

Today, I'd like to talk about the vigilante system being implemented at Queen's University, one of the most prestigious institutions in Canada.

The vigilantes are officially called "dialogue facilitators". Their purpose is to roam around the campus, listen in on conversations among students and intervene if they hear something "offensive" that is not consistent with "diversity".

As we know, "diversity" is code for promoting social engineering, such as pushing the homosexual lifestyle, abortion, contraception, etc.

There you have it: the State, through a university, is infiltrating private conversations in order to push a particular ideology.

Be afraid.

Read more: http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2008/nov/08111907.html