Fragile Yale Law School |


Yale Law School not only considered it offensive when a party student Cherokee sent a party invitation to a Native American student organization that described the party location with “house trap” slang – which might remind some people of the dens of black crack, as if this concern was not in itself racist – but considered the party organizer’s mere membership in the conservative-leaning legal debate organization that the Federalist Society could trigger. What fragility.

But then an establishment, as opposed to, say, a conquering army or a true revolution, is fragile. It depends for its apparent strength on maintaining a united front in all sectors of society – academia, law, media, politics, etc. dissipate and the establishment’s claim to control civilization comes to an end. Hence the frenzied and censored tone of contemporary liberalism, not to mention the instinctive and constant lie.

Rictus’ smiling topical creature (and mother of a Yale alumnus) Katie Couric, who never liked the sane, thinking viewer and whose recent memoir revealed how much she hated everyone around her during her career (understandable since they were also TV reporters), recently admitted that when she interviewed late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (the kind of establishment power icon venerated at Yale), she deleted Ginsburg’s comments condemning “kneeling” protests at sporting events, to “protect” Ginsburg from the horrified reactions of viewers – presumably left-wing viewers, others irrelevant.

It’s just the duty of a mainstream journalist, in case you didn’t know – to prevent any deviation from the left / liberal narrative from being heard. And they wonder why we despise them.

If things continue along the current trajectory, with enthusiastic and brainwashed graduates from institutions like Yale spreading to peddle their mistaken, authoritarian, pro-centralization and anti-market ideas across all places. of society, with the same messages about law, race, climate, whatever might be repeated in newspapers, late night comedy shows, movies, etc., you must be wondering if the generations futures will even know that there was a time when comedy, news, government statements, and pharmaceutical advertising were all considered separate. It will have become a bland, liberal blur.

Journalists in particular, like those in scandal-ridden Politico, can be in serious moral danger of becoming the new “consultants”, by which I don’t hear young people in their twenties telling your company which employees to fire. because they don’t fit the new organization chart, but rather the professional intermediaries in Washington, DC who advise representatives of powerful business interests on how best to flesh out government officials and vice versa. Apparently news sites are now acting as intermediaries by dishonestly organizing conferences that bring together representatives of the public and private sectors, and charging them, of course. Who better than journalists to keep the rolodexes of well-placed corporate advertisers and former members of Congress?

(I know a lot of New Yorkers, Washingtonians, Ivy Leaguers, etc., but I was surely too naive to play these games: When I came of age three decades ago, I assumed that “chatting” was generally considered an immoral activity and that it would be scary to invite people to a party if you didn’t like them.)

You could feel the establishment shifting slightly and trying to restore harmony when, after a few days of Dave Chappelle’s Netflix special The closest being exposed for its (slight) mockery of trans people, MSNBC suddenly found it interesting to post a seven-minute segment of a “Chappelle show comedian” “roasting” anti-vaxxers. They must have really felt multiple cracks in the ideological dam for throwing this one together. Direct dissent to one of the favorite targets, quick!

And what better way to sum up the absurdity of the contemporary left than an arrogant white writer turned wife of the harassing anti-racist show Dear Whites, Jaclyn Moore, demanding the literal and figurative cancellation of Black Chappelle and refusing to work with Netflix while Chappelle remains? Left-wing liberals no longer see the tensions and contradictions in such clashes because they are not used to allowing them. It is like asking a Soviet commissioner to admit that two ministries received contradictory orders.

Back at Yale, the assumption that all benevolent students will always be on the same political and philosophical page is so strong that the school sent messages to students last year assuring them that the school would help them get along. coordinate whether they wanted to use their (parents’) summer homes as a temporary home for Black Lives Matter protesters during the 2020 riots. With corporate and academic boards captured by a riot-loving left, Has there ever been in history a civilization so blatantly attacked by its own dominant heights?

But then, I guess the answer is yes, if you recognize that for centuries civilization has consisted mostly of common people under constant assault from the aristocracy. In recent years, I have met young people from left and right who dream of the rich joining the poor in attacking the commercial middle class and bourgeois society. If Yale is what it looks like when aristocrats and rebellious peasants join hands, please keep me away from the May Pole. I’ll take commercial modernity, please.

Just as several French universities should probably be closed as a punishment for educating half of the Marxist dictators of the developing world in the last century, perhaps it is time to shut down Yale, which helped spawn everything, of the community of the American intelligence to critical legal studies, before he does anything. more damage to the world.

—Todd Seavey is the author of Libertarianism for beginners and is on Twitter at @ToddSeavey


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