First off, Merry Christmas to everyone!
Secondly, watching these kids and I use the term loosely act like infants is disheartening. The students are at a point in their lives where they should be growing up, taking on more responsibilities, and learning how to cope with real world situations. Yet it seems like these videos expose less than mature snowflakes dominates our learning universities.
If things continue to along this path I really don’t want my two daughters to go to college. If I am teaching my daughter’s how to grow up and how to live in a world accepting responsibility for their actions, why would I want them in a college that strips them of that teaching I gave them while they were growing up.
I understand if you don’t celebrate Christmas but others do. Banning it so you won’t have to deal with it is asinine. President-elect Donald Trump said he wants to make it safe for Americans to once again say Merry Christmas in this country and not be demonized for it. I am starting to see it now and I’ll be happy when it’s widespread.
From Fox News:
This holiday season, we’ve already seen atheists, elementary schools and college professors say “Bah humbug!” to the Christmas spirit.
But what about college students?
Campus Reform reporters Amber Athey and Cabot Phillips visited the University of Virginia to see if students felt “oppressed” and “triggered” by Christmas.
Claiming to be members of the fake group “Students for an Inclusive Holiday Season,” Athey and Phillips spoke to multiple students who agreed that the university should get rid of any school references to the Christmas holiday.
In less than two hours, nearly twenty students opted to sign the fake Christmas-banning petition.
Don’t you find every new day we wake up and watch things like this happen on our college universities, you just get PISSED OFF? It seems more and more students feel as if they need to be pampered and coddled with protected ‘safe spaces,’ and let’s not forget the puppy dogs, coloring books, Play-Doh etc.
Hey COLLEGE STUDENTS, are you adults or little children? People are becoming fearful of others words, beliefs and cultures, yet do not look at their own childish and even hypocritical behavior.
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