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College Student Calls for Diversity of Thought, Gets Compared to a Neo-Nazi

College Student Calls for Diversity of Thought, Gets Compared to a Neo-Nazi

“One student chided me that ‘debate’ was too aggressive of a word”

Intellectual diversity is the only kind of diversity the left doesn’t value. Even mentioning it can produce this kind of unhinged response.

The College Fix reports:

I called for diversity of thought. My peers compared me to a neo-Nazi.

As I took part in a recent student leadership board meeting for the Department of Political Science at Boston University, a group that works to advise faculty on ways to improve, I offered some advice: the department could use more intellectual diversity.

I suggested more debates in the classroom, as opposed to what I had witnessed in my three years at the school, that being an assumption during class that everyone agrees.

I broached my idea after I had sat and respectfully listened to the ideas of others for an hour, but my peers, and a professor and an administrator in the room, were not about to return the favor.

One student chided me that “debate” was too aggressive of a word, that I should use “discussion” instead. Another student, a College Democrat in the room, then compared me to a well-known peer from Boston University who is often regarded as a neo-Nazi and who went to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, noting “he has sat here in these seats asking for intellectual diversity as well.”

I felt shocked and insulted. I waited to see if either the professor or administrator or any of the other students in the room would defend me. None did. One student suggested conservatives shouldn’t major in political science at Boston University, as they’d have a hard time. The room erupted in laughter.

I wish I could say I was surprised. But after years of experiencing liberal bias, both at Boston University as well as Lehigh University, where I attended before I transferred, it felt like just another day on campus.


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I don’t understand what good “cosmetic diversity” does? If you’re not getting other points of view, how is it valuable that the skin tones are different? It’s lunacy!

Unless it’s meant to be some kind of day care facility, you should ask BU for a refund of all tuition and fees. So should every student.

Perhaps someone should remind these intellectually challenged indviduals that under the Nazi regime expressing thoughts other than the party line often brought down the wrath of the SS. And then show the reception that Ben, Milo, and Ann recieved. Not that I believe they would accept the comparison. But hey, you never know.