Skip to comments.All Things Ill-Considered: Anti-Intellectualism and Reality's Jealous Embrace
Posted on 03/17/2011 3:43:12 PM PDT by Barry Secrest
The NPR/ Schiller Doctrine
Schiller proceeded to introduce and regale his potential donors to the vacuous ruminations of those whom refer to themselves as the intellectual elites of this world--the Liberals in charge--as they like to think of themselves. Here are a few things that Schiller, in near-lisp, declared:
Schiller Speaking On Behalf Of NPR
-"We all think that we don't have enough Muslim voices in our schools, on the air, it's like when the nation was not having enough female voices on the air."
Our Take: Comparing Muslims to US Women? This boastful imbecile, Schiller, really needs to look into Islam's ideas on equal opportunity as it regards women. They can't even drive in most Islamic states, for Heaven' sake, and are considered to be of less than half the value of men. Never mind all of the draconian hoops women are forced to jump through because the males apparently can't control their visual impulses. So, here, you have a right-wing Southern male jumping to the defense of women against an intellectual, apparently gay liberal? I rest my case...
-"The current Republican Party, which is the Tea Party, is fanatically involved in other people's personal lives and very fundamental Christians and I wouldn't even call it Christians, it's this weird evangelical kind of move."
Our Take: Now this deep-thinking intellectual, in extraordinarily shallow fashion, has painted an entire political movement into a tidy little corner by calling them weird, fanatically-involved, Evangelical Christians ( i.e. white devils)--in his mind. One must, therefore, suppose that Schiller would much prefer the religious voices of Islamic extremism on the air than Christians. Were we to use the same broad brush as Schiller, we would then have to assume that seemingly gay, intellectual, secular liberals all hate both the Tea Party and Christians in....
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Saying there aren’t enough Sharia Law Endorsing Muslims on the Air is like saying there aren’t enough members of the KKK and skinheads on the air.
As I’ve studied intellectuals over the years, I’ve found no intelligent reason for not being anti-intellectual.
Intellectualism is just code for atheist, anti-family , gender bending, anti-military, blame the US first political snobbery.
So true....boggles the mind, these types do.
I think it puts you ahead of the game to be anti-intellectual. If one thinks themselves to be really smart and superior to everyone else then they lack wisdom...which is kind of like having paint without a brush....
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