I’m preaching to the choir here, obviously, but for those of you who are new to our ideology, here is a bit of advice:
Be very careful about sending your children to college, and if you do, pay extreme attention to any slight changes in their mindsets and behaviors.
I mean, I don’t think attending one concert featuring a strange alien creature is going to cause permanent damage, but things do add up – especially when you’re dealing with kids and young adults passing through their most impressionable years.
The University of Mississippi paid $130,000 to bring rap star Wiz Khalifa to the campus as part of its back-to-school festivities for a performance that was clouded with controversy because the artist celebrates drug use and uses lyrics that degrade women.
The College Fix, through a public records act request, obtained a copy of the contract between the public university and the rapper’s management company, showing the compensation included a $130,000 pay out for the one-hour performance in front of some 5,000 students.
Campus leaders now refuse to address questions regarding the high cost of bringing Wiz Khalifa to campus for a concert that drew criticism from many, including a major donor.
Multiple College Fix requests for comment regarding the costs and the source of the event’s funding have gone unanswered by a wide variety of university officials.
The choice of Khalifa, an artist who openly flaunts using marijuana and whose music includes vulgar lyrics and scantily clad women in its videos, irked some alumni who saw his visit to campus as antithetical to the university’s principles.
Maybe some of the older guys are starting to drop the “color blind” cuckoldry?
Perhaps it’s just a matter of pushing them too far too fast – that sort of thing can oftentimes backfire in a nasty little way.
In an interview with The Daily Mississippian, Brady Ruffin, executive director of the Student Activities Association, said his group’s vote to have Wiz Khalifa perform on campus was “almost pretty unanimous.”
Who is this group, and who are their members?
And if they’re students, can somebody please explain why they have the authority to piss away hundreds of thousands of dollars on idiocy like Wiz?
Yet, that decision came with blowback.
Conservative news website LifeZette reported “emails and texts flooded the office of Chancellor Jeff Vitter” regarding Khalifa’s planned appearance on campus. Among those who reached out to Vitter was alumnus Meg Carter, who questioned why Khalifa’s “message of heavy drug use and sexualization of women” was being welcomed on campus.
Another critic of the concert was Ed Meek, a Ole Miss alumni who donated $5.3 million to the university’s journalism school, which is now named after him and his wife.
A Facebook screenshot posted by The Daily Mississippian shows a post from Meek criticizing Khalifa’s appearance at Ole Miss.
“This guy does not represent our values. How does the UM administration expect our students to act when presented this kind of role model,” Meek wrote.
Well, it’s actually quite simple when you break it all down.
The (((powers that be))) no longer care about how they look in the eyes of the people, for their primary mission is, and always has been, the degradation of the White youth.
The only real difference at this point in time is that everything is being carried out at a speed that is mind-boggling – a race to prevent certain segments (us) from gaining ground among those who will one day be the leaders of our society.
They know that if they can destroy the generation currently reaching adulthood, then they will have essentially checkmated the White Man once and for all.
The main question out of all this is: will you let that happen?