Monday, November 30, 2015

PCG's Joel Hilliker Compare African American Protesters with Murderer Cain

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Protesting against racism is just like murdering your brother like Cain or calling for war, according to PCG's Joel Hilliker.
Students had been “sitting in grief” and “hurting” over a hate crime they invented. They were rushing to the barricades of racial justice over a fiction.

How many other improperly disposed-of bags of feces are being trumped up into cause for war? This is a colorful metaphor for a problem besieging America’s higher education: the hypersensitivity that startles and then raises Cain over the slightest perceived offense. (Joel Hilliker, Microaggressions and Other Fictions, November 30, 2015.)
How ironic it is that while scolding anti-racism protesters for being "hypersensitive" Hilliker condemns them as using racism as a "cause for war" and of "rais[ing] Cain over the slightest perceived offense". Somehow that is not "hypersensitive" in Hilliker's eyes. 

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