WE HAVE ALLIES IN THE ENEMY'S HOMELAND | 2004-01-04
In "Why Johnny Can't Think," I give example after example after example of how professors have lined up to testify in favor of one insane liberal proposal after another. Then there is a quote you can use
"If leftists need frogs to have hooves, ten thousand professors will line up tomorrow to testify that frogs have hooves." And I proceed to give yet more examples.
If professors want to rule the world by imposing a worldwide plan to prevent global warming, ten thousand professors line up to insist that global warming is coming in fast. If leftists want global freezing, ten thousand professors will line up to testify to that.
If you want to have a job on any campus, you have to testify to anything liberals want said.
This doctrine rules over every field of study, from sociology to physics.
All the chemists and meteorologists and geneticists and other hard scientists must say anything social scientists want if them to say. They must also divert huge sums of research money into pure social science drivel. Schizophrenia is primarily biochemical, but for every dime of research that goes into biochemical study, a dollar has to go into totally discredited research in psychotherapy.
The anger of hard science against social science is building steadily. Our enemies have made lots of other enemies. Many in the hard sciences are getting sick of this oppression.
"Why Johnny Can't Think" is an attack on the enemy homeland, something no conservative has attempted. There are plenty of allies right there in the enemy's homeland, from bored students to hard scientists. But nothing less than a call to revolution will allow them to act.
It will take time for the ideas in "Why Johnny Can't Think" to filter down, but I have done this sort of thing twice in my life before, and the effects were stunning.
Conservatives have respectfully criticized the leftists' iron rule on campus for long enough. It is time for revolution.
"Why Johnny Can't Think" is the call for that revolution.