Usually, we at Harvard are more than happy to see Yale students make fools of themselves on camera....
More of these imaginary non existent fascists you detected coming from Ymar, Grim...I did say people who underestimated the power of the Left would regret it.
I don't doubt the existence of bad people here and there. What I don't believe in is a conspiracy of the Left taken as a kind of whole. This argument is wholly an intra-Left argument at this point: Harvard isn't taking the conservative position, but the anti-fascist position acceptable to an elite Ivy Leaguer (which was the position of leftist George Orwell, too).
This argument is wholly an intra-Left argument at this pointWhy would anything expect different from the Ivy league for human higher education?If two mafia families, one Russian and one Italian, one based in Atlanta and one based in Chicago, to communicate over conflicts, that might also be considered an "internal matter".Given that the last time I estimated it, the Leftist alliance had 1000 +1 factions in it, the idea that unified hierarchy doesn't mean what people think it means. I.e. it is not a conspiracy nor is there need to be prove one exists.
Harvard isn't taking the conservative position, but the anti-fascist position....Taken at face value, it's an anti-tyrannical position, but it's not anti-fascist, per se. I would have expected a lawyer wannabe who claims to have spent a whole academic year "studying the rise of fascism" to know the difference.Nor is this Harvard taking a position, but one student self-importantly presuming to speak for the institution.Finally, as in the thread above, this guy isn't speaking to the Left. These words are only for public consumption.Eric Hines
Maybe, but if so, it's for the consumption of students at Harvard.Taken at face value, it's an anti-tyrannical position, but it's not anti-fascist...You might even specify that it's anti-totalitarian rather than merely anti-tyrannical, but frankly, I'm just glad to see them getting the point even in general and nonspecific terms.
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