Saturday, April 8, 2017

Harvard Students Say Donald Trump More Dangerous Than The Islamic State



WNU Editor: Before 9/11 the same sentiment was felt on campuses towards terrorism .... and most students did not even know who Osama Bin Laden was or Al Qaeda. On an individual level governments do have a far greater impact on our everyday lives than a terror group on the other side of the planet .... but .... ignoring them like how we ignored and/or underestimated Al Qaeda .... the consequences can be far reaching. Case in point .... if 9/11 did not happen, how different would America be today.

5 comments:

Aizino Smith said...

I hope all those dumb fuckers get to do their overseas semester in Stockholm, Koln, London, Paris, etc.

They deserve to live in a gun free zone, where the police are extremely hesitant to shoot or do not have a gun and therefore get stabbed to death. These things make liberals extremely giddy.

Not many people died in Stockholm. but the incidents are building up. they are getting more frequent and more deadly. Let the miseducated tards go.


It would be nice to see a 1% death rate in 'peace time' due to their own stupidity in their graduating class.

These tards are one neuron away from petting the nice lion at the zoo.

Anonymous said...

God psychology students are dicks.
Congrats on making a bias media report.

Anonymous said...

You could say im a semi-psychology student. Love it, love the science and application of it. However without understanding that reality isnt shaped by what you think it should be, its all meaningless then.

So what I'm saying is some students are dicks.

fred lapides said...

Recall that you can badmouth these and students at other top universities, but where did the Bushes, Clintons,Obamas go to school?Yale and Harvard..Be gentle. Perhaps they have some growing up to do. Some commenting old enough to have grown up. Perhaps.

Aizino Smith said...

I went to a university where the ACT score to get was 18 (I heard lower). Yet one college in the university was #4 in the nation.

There are ghettoes in virtually every university.

In many cases those ghettoes are the English department IMO. I have seen this at 2 universities.

That is not to say there are not many good or great English majors, but I have found in at least one school that is where the university shunts people who fail out of more demanding majors.

With almost any major, it depends on the course selection, the profs, and what the pupil puts into it.

Yes, they found many students at Harvard who have fallen for Leftist/Liberal crap hook line and sinker.