This video is primarily centered upon an interview with Dr. Carmen Branje, a very brave and forthright adjunct professor at Ryerson University in Toronto. He was asked (required) to provide 8 hours for a student who requested “accommodation” for an exam whose duration was, for all other students, two hours. He refused, as he believed it would compromise not only his but the university’s academic integrity, and chose instead to suffer the consequences (which will include whatever occurs because of this video).
I have also included a clip from the movie The Little Mermaid, which I think very accurately depicts the Freudian Oedipal monstrosity that is being perpetrated upon the young people in our culture, a short story by Kurt Vonnegut, two relevant newspaper columns (one by Dr. Bruce Pardy of Queen’s University, who testified along with me and the lawyer Jared Brown against Bill C16 at the Canadian Senate, to little avail; the other by the columnist Margaret Wente), the letter sent by the Ryerson administration to Dr. Branje, and a closing statement taken from Nietzsche’s Thus Spake Zarathustra, which demonstrates the great philosopher’s uncanny ability to both see the future and to diagnose its inevitable and perhaps fatal pathology.
The posting of this video also marks the one-year anniversary of the video that landed me in what might be called, in an understated manner, hot water: Fear and the Law (http://bit.ly/2wX9vUY). I don’t think things have improved since then, although the opposition to the nihilist postmodern neoMarxists and their absolutely poisonous and soul-destroying doctrine has, thankfully, grown.
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