We all know there’s a serious progressive socialist agenda being pushed on our colleges and universities. However, sometimes it’s so very blatant, it goes beyond imagination. The dedicated effort to see all that is horrible in America in the face of true evil has just reached a new high – or low, depending on how you look at it.Just watch this little video produced by Campus Reform, asking Harvard students to decide which is the greater threat to world peace: America or ISIS. Naturally, progressive socialist-bots they are, they chose America.
As Ben Shapiro’s Truth Revolt reports, here are some of their reasons why:
• Because America is making decisions that are much more likely to affect the world
• American imperialism and our protection of oil interests in the Middle East
• Destabilizing the region and allowing groups like ISIS to gain power
• The outlandish amount of spending that America has on causes of potential destruction in the world
• Spending on defense mechanisms
It is this cultural jihadist apologist mindset and relativism that erodes the ability of America — and indeed the West — to combat Islamo-fascism. It also serves to embolden the jihadists when our own next generation sees its country more as more of threat than a millennia-old movement of totalitarianism and barbarism.
I’m quite sure some will applaud these young people for taking a “bold stance” and exercising a free conscience. I’d rather send these kids to the front lines, take away their creature comforts and social media, and give them a chance to live the life of an American combat warrior deployed to safeguard them while they make these inane pronouncements.It’s easy to spout this foolishness when you have no skin in the game — chances are you never will. Perhaps these “really smart” kids should talk to the parents of James Wright Foley, Steven Sotloff, or the family of the 54-year-old mother and grandmother who was beheaded in Moore, Oklahoma.
What you need to know is simple: the students in this video are just younger versions of folks like Jen Psaki, Marie Harf, Josh Earnest, Dan Pfeiffer, and Ben Rhodes.There is only one word — disturbing.