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February 23, 2006

Another Shameful Harvard Apology

Lawrence Summers isn't the only one at Harvard to help enemies by issuing inappropriate apologies. Dean Judith Kidd has gone past apologizing for the tepid yet infamous Danish cartoons by apologizing to Muslims for not using sufficiently delicate wording when she asked a campus newspaper not to publish them.

Kidd sent an email to the Harvard Salient, warning:

Some segments of the campus and surrounding communities may be sufficiently upset by the publication of the cartoons that they may become dangerous.

Now where would she get that idea?

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Muslims declared that Kidd's email was "offensive" and "unacceptable." You see, dhimmis are supposed to submit to Muslim bullying without accidentally hinting that Muslims are bullies.

The Harvard Islamic Society demanded a formal apology. Disgustingly, they got one.

Whimpered Dean Kidd:

I deeply regret that my message made the Muslim community feel characterized as dangerous.
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Remember in 1984, when Winston Smith is brainwashed into renouncing his belief that 2+2=4? If he lived in 2006, he would be brainwashed into apologizing to Muslims for "offending" them by having said that 2+2=4 whether Mohammad likes it or not.

Western Civilization is succumbing to a loathsome spiritual disease, the hideous symptoms of which include political correctness and multiculturalism. Muslims are using this disease as leverage to maneuver us into a corner, where we find ourselves basically apologizing for our very existence.

It seems that Muslims, unlike liberals, understand that anything that apologizes for its own existence won't exist for long.

Posted by Van Helsing at February 23, 2006 4:41 PM

Comments

Man.

We are suffering one massive national case of Stockholm Syndrome. Psychological hostages to Islamofascism, we now empathize with our captors.


Posted by: Laura at February 23, 2006 5:35 PM

Some of us do. The rest (and it is a VERY large majority) do not.

Posted by: nikko at February 23, 2006 5:38 PM

Our very existance on the web is proof that not all of western civilization has succumb to the forces of terminal leftism. The left controls very little proportionately; what they do control are the high ground western civ: academia and the media. No matter how little the left resonates with the rest of the nation, their domination of these strategic heights will continue to put us all to a disadvantage.

Its my beleif that the left will not be swept from the media before we pry them from academia. If we leave them in academia, they will continue to spew out leftist journalists.

The million dollar question is how do we begin to assault the heights of academia and drive these washed up communist pigs out?

Posted by: TLA at February 23, 2006 5:42 PM

Some commies have labeled your website as a suspicious website, so it appears in my Internet Explorer 7 as a phishing website candidate. Commies are disgusting, but I actually got the same idea to mark their website as phishing myself - independently. See my blog for detailed links and comments about the Harvard stories.

Posted by: LuboŇ° Motl at February 23, 2006 6:11 PM

Hopefully America will not continue moving in the direction France has. France is pretty much a lost cause and will probably go Islamic within 25 years. Islamists in France are growing at an astounding rate. Its like a cancer, even the non Islamic French population sees the writing on the wall. Expect a mass exodus from France before it finally falls, most of the rest of Europe will probably follow suit shortly thereafter.

1984 is a good comparison. The movie filmed in 1984 was excellent. Even now history books are being slowly rewritten by the ivory tower liberals - slowly eradicating Americas real history.

Posted by: alpha10@verizonmail.com at February 23, 2006 6:47 PM

Now, every time someone looses their cool or threatens to go postal, my response will be, "What's your problem? Did you see a cartoon of 'The Prophet' or something?"

Posted by: the paperboy at February 24, 2006 4:09 PM

Wow. Not often you actually get to see the principle of "damned if you do, damned if you don't" in action. Prophet Mohammed Syndrome (PMS) strikes again.

Posted by: The Random Yak at February 24, 2006 4:23 PM