American author, Heather MacDonald, interviewed in the above clip, speaks a lot of sense, mostly applied to university education but it could all, every word, be applied more generally to society – including UK society. She quotes a music student from Colombia University who says (incredibly): “Why did I have to listen to this Mozart? Who is this Mozart, this Haydn, these superior white men? There are no women, no people of color.” (sic)
The author goes on to make the point that this student (and her ilk) will take this hate which is being instilled into young people in their colleges, and take it out in the world. Imagine being one of those females who goes through life perpetually believing that she is a victim, that all men are bad, out to persecute women. And that’s what the majority of the women in the public eye (not to mention students!) appear to believe. Gimme strength.
Previously in the interview, Heather had said she is sick of hearing sentences which begin: “As a female… as a black female… as a black trans-female…” dubbing these “trivial categories.” And she adds something that should ring true in the heads of all right-thinking people: “Being female is not an accomplishment and it tells you nothing about me, which is what I know, what I have accomplished, and what my beliefs are.”
Ms MacDonald touches on many key areas of contemporary life, in relation to the diversity agenda and the sexual revolution. It’s well worth listening/viewing right through – takes just over half and hour.
I couldn’t agree more with just about everything she says – I’m thoroughly sick of the whole diversity and equality baloney. What about you? And what, in your opinion, will be the long-term effects of this “diversity delusion”?