Charles Murray Was Attacked By Snowflakes At Middlebury College

H/T Vox Day

I wasn’t aware The Tolerant Left had taken it this far:

“As Stanger, Murray and a college administrator left McCullough Student Center last evening following the event, they were “physically and violently confronted by a group of protestors,” according to Bill Burger, the college’s vice president for communications and marketing.

Burger said college public safety officers managed to get Stanger and Murray into the administrator’s car.

“The protestors then violently set upon the car, rocking it, pounding on it, jumping on and try to prevent it from leaving campus,” he said. “At one point a large traffic sign was thrown in front of the car. Public Safety officers were able, finally, to clear the way to allow the vehicle to leave campus.

“During this confrontation outside McCullough, one of the demonstrators pulled Prof. Stanger’s hair and twisted her neck,” Burger continued. “She was attended to at Porter Hospital later and (on Friday) is wearing a neck brace.” …”

We’re the “bigots” though!

What does the word “bigot” even mean anymore? The term originally meant a fanatic, an irrational person, who was unable or incapable of engaging a person with another point of view.

39 Comments

  1. Charles Murray is an elitist snob who virtue signalled against both Trump and the Alt Right because he worried about not being invited to Beltway dinner parties. Murray is getting his comeuppance.

      • Hunter, can you look over my “Invasion of the Russian body snatchers” blog?

        I would like to post while the Atlantic Magazine Putin blog is fresh.

        Thanks.

      • Then they came for the racists. And I didn’t speak up. Because I wasn’t a racist…………………

      • Whatever value Murray served ended during the 2016 election with his virtue signalling bullshit.

        • I disagree. People have to make a lot of compromises to keep a job – Charles Murray managed to stay employed in academia for God’s sake.

          It’s like the grief Chris Rock received from Black “artists” for hosting the Academy Awards a few years back.

          Chris Rock replied:

          “It’s a lot easier to say that I should refuse a great paying job out of moral principles when….

          You don’t have any job to give up”

          • Murray is 73 years old. His need for a sinecure and secure job is at an end. If anyone could speak their mind, its Charles Murray.

            The whole point is that the American Right got into the pitiable siutation iT was in Pre-Trump through “compromises to keep a job” IE CUCKING.

          • But Charles Murray was never really part of the official “Right”. He was an honest Liberal concerned about real American workers including white American workers, poor White Americans. He just wasn’t a Lying Leftist.

          • Yes, Murray was part of the official Right. He worked at Heritage Foundation for G-d’s sake. That’s about as Official Beltway Right as it gets.

          • well maybe he will now burn bridges and speak the truth – do what Peter Brimelow and John Derbyshire did/do.

            I think he must feeling terrible to have been on the same stage with William Kristol when Kristol said that since the American White working class is doing so poorly it’s because they are spoiled and lazy and they should be replaced with mass non European immigration so we get obedient workers.

            Charles Murray must be feeling very bad.

  2. I so wish the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club was handling security at all these college campus “talks” that the Marxist Left attacks.

  3. Murray has been very active virtue-signaling against the Alt-Right. It still didn’t stop him from being called a “racist,” “nazi,” etc., by the Bolshevik Youth.

    Incidentally, he has the look of a shitlord, imo. His actions say otherwise.

  4. I’ll bet he gets not a word in his favor from his (((friends))), when will these intellectuals ever learn, morons.

  5. Tucker just attempted to debate Princeton Anthropology CHAIR Perfesser Carolyn :

    http://www.princeton.edu/anthropology/faculty/carolyn_rouse/

    Carolyn Rouse:

    Interests
    development, medical anthropology, visual anthropology, resistance, critical race theory, consciousness, North America, Ghana

    Short Bio
    Carolyn Rouse is a cultural anthropologist who focuses on how evidence and authority are used to validate truth claims and calls for social justice. Grounding her work is her interest in racialization or how race is understood, categorized, and made real within the domains of religion, medicine, development, and education.

    Religion
    Her work on religion focuses on how authority in Islam is used to validate notions of racial equality and social justice. She explores these themes in her book Engaged Surrender: African American Women and Islam (2004), and Televised Redemption: The Media Production of Black Muslims, Jews, and Christians, co-written with John Jackson and Marla Frederick (manuscript). Below is a link to an interview she gave at the American Anthropological Association meetings on the subject:

    Her other work on religion includes:
    Rouse, Carolyn and Janet Hoskins. 2012. “Purity, Soul Food, and Sunni Islam: Explorations at the Intersection of Consumption and Resistance,” In Taking Food Public: Redefining Foodways in a Changing World.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2009. “Turning African-Americans into Rational Actors: The Important Legacy of Fauset’s Functionalism,” In Revisiting Black Gods of the Metropolis: African American Religions in the Twentieth Century.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2007. “Pious Muslim Bodies and Alternative Medicine: Continuities and Discontinuities Between the African Diaspora and an Emerging Gendered Diaspora.” In Transforming Anthropology.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2006. “Shopping With Sister Zubayda: African American Sunni Muslim Rituals of Consumption and Belonging.” In Women and Religion in the African Diaspora.

    Medicine
    Her work in medicine explores how statistical evidence is used to make claims about health care and social justice. She focuses on uncertainties around what constitutes a racial health disparity, and the evidence-based research used to assert particular narratives of injustice and calls for reparations. Her work in this area includes Uncertain Suffering: Racial Health Disparities and Sickle Cell Disease (2009), as well as the following articles and chapters:

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2011. “Informing Choice or Teaching Submission to Medical Authority: A Case Study of Adolescent Transitioning for Sickle Cell Patients.” Ethnicity and Health.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2010. “Patient and Practitioner Noncompliance: Rationing, Resistance, and the Missing Conversation.” Anthropology and Medicine.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2007. “Pious Muslim Bodies and Alternative Medicine: Continuities and Discontinuities Between the African Diaspora and an Emerging Gendered Diaspora.” In Transforming Anthropology.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2007. “Crossing Borders: Kwaku Ohene-Frempong, M.D.” In Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2006. Jesica Speaks?: Adolescent Consent for Transplantation and Ethical Uncertainty. In Beyond the Bungled Transplant: Jesica Santillan and High-Tech Medicine in Cultural Perspective.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2004. “Paradigms and Politics: Shaping Health Care Access for Sickle Cell Patients Through the Discursive Regimes of Biomedicine.” In Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry.

    Rouse, Carolyn. 2004. “If she’s a vegetable, we’ll be her garden: Embodiment, Transcendence, and Citations of Competing Metaphors in the Case of a Dying Child.” American Ethnologist.

    Development and Education
    In 2008, Carolyn Rouse began building a high school in a fishing village at the western edge of Accra, Ghana. Her research focuses on the relationship between international development and social change in urban sub-Saharan Africa. Her manuscript Development Hubris: Adventures Trying to Save the World (under review) examines contemporary discourses of progress and social improvement through her experiences with Ghanaian law, violence, labor, and education. Her other work on the subject includes:

    • “Professor” Rouse looks more like something that should be studied by anthropologists rather than a professor of anthropology.

      • Absolutely, or think about Germany or Sweden! What a treasure trove of research …how countries start to hate themselves and actively destroy themselves from within, and these were such high functioning organized societies!

  6. Cuckservatives and Commies…..the two outfits truly deserve each other.
    And what is a bigot? A white, and only a white who is intolerant of others. Come on friend….you know that!

  7. The scariest thing about these anti-white college nut jobs is that, due to affirmative action, they will be in future positions of power.

  8. People like Murray blow with the wind. Whatever is the social platform of the day, they align with it to avoid being socially demoted. They have no deep-rooted moral compass. They are so needy when it comes to their social circles that it rules their lives. Anyone who aligns with the Left is permanent damaged goods. There can be no reconciliation. When the Bell Curve was published in 1994, the real anti-white agenda was not yet in full bloom. Although it was apparent to many for decades, a large portion of the white population was – and is to a lesser extent – in denial. They’re weak. They are the type who surrender not fight. And, Murray retreated early on. He really is nothing more than an opportunist. Just like the rest of his crowd. Too bad the little thugs didn’t knock out a few of his teeth or give him a bloody nose. People like him will eventually be hated by both sides. He may nauseate the Right, but we play fair. As for the Left, he’s on the menu and there he will stay until dinner is served.

  9. Murray’s book had a big impact upon me. I dislike his counter-signaling of Trump. But he was a positive and influential figure in my life and his work continues to influence my worldview.

  10. SJW screamers and thugs have been a plague on college campuses since the Sixties. Yet college officials have steadfastly refused to do anything about it. Now, if Trump actually defunds these institutions that coddle enemies of free speech they just might do something about it.

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