Tuesday, August 24, 2004

UNC Steals From Christians, Gives To Islamofascists

I have just read an article that states that the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill has frozen the funds of a Christian Greek letter fraternity, Alpha Iota Omega, because it will not admit non-christian members. The same bastion of higher learning provides funds for websites that make overt calls for the assassination of the President of the United States and any "Bushite" soldiers that might present an easy target.

The most outrageous part of this story is that the money UNC has seized from the christian fraternity is privately raised...it is not provided by any government alphabet organization. In short, the University of North Carolina has stolen this group's money. Why? Because it can get away with it.

The cute little website that advocates mass murder, on the other hand, is supported through the courtesy of the tax payers of North Carolina, if not the tax payers of the entire United States.

To say that this situation is an outrage is to exercise the finer points of the art of understatement.

Who are the mental giants that are running that asylum? Are we to understand that embracing and supporting murderous thugs, who coat their rhetoric with a thin veneer of religion is preferable to having a fraternity on campus who will actually behave themselves and study instead of binge-drink and destroy property?

Academia has lost all credibility with me at this point. The only thing that is produced in Universities these days are well rounded head-cases who willingly submit to the first liberty crushing iron boot that they can lick. There are, of course, exceptions but they are increasingly becoming just that, the exception rather than the rule.

Ladies and Gentlemen, if you want a first class education for your children, stock your bookshelves with vast quantities of books. Make sure to include the classics, buy them a course in Latin and, or Greek and have them study those books constantly. Teach them to think for themselves. If you simply MUST send them to university, choose wisely.