Summary: Another round of hysteria in America, this time about the "rape culture" causing a "rape epidemic" on campuses. The flagship of this campaign, the lurid gang rape reported in Rolling Stone, has sunk. But the program rolls on, disconnected from the truth of this or any other aspect of the activists' case. This is … Continue reading The University of Virginia shows how change comes to America: through agitprop and hysteria
Summary: The Rolling Stone staff spent months researching the story about Janice's rape at the U of Virginia. Its publication sparked a process of changes by the University's leaders to change U VA's "rape culture." The story lasted less than two weeks before collapsing. Will the University stop the policy changes, or will this be … Continue reading The University of Virginia “rape culture” story crashes and burns. Will this become a story of failed agitprop? Or a win for the Left?
Summary: Let's look at the U Virginia rape culture. In other words, it's time for another wave of hysteria followed by social engineering, this time about the epidemic of rape on campuses. We should mark our seasons by the prevailing hysteria rather than seasons. Much as calendars reflected the reigning monarch, we'd say this was … Continue reading It’s time to forcibly re-shape America to fight the campus rape epidemic! Even if it’s fake.