Social Justice Activists Demand Biology Professor Resign

Another day, another example of social justice chaos and authoritarianism:

Hmmm. When was the last time a group of creationist students demanded a biology professor resign?

Here’s video of the Evergreen State College students protesting the college president:

The president then gives in to many of the students costly demands.

 

 

 

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6 Responses to Social Justice Activists Demand Biology Professor Resign

  1. Regual Llegna says:

    Are those student there to study or learn anything? Who control that palce?
    They are threatening the authority of the campus with violence if their demands are not met, they are like socio-political terrorists.

  2. stcordova says:

    I think universities need to go to an online-distance learning model. No need to gouge for money and indoctrinate students anymore. If turds like those student protestors at Evergreen State don’t want to allow fellow students to learn, they won’t have an opportunity to pull that sort of crap anymore if the schools go online.

    To that end I decided to give free online classes on biology and theology. My cyber classroom can’t be hijacked and terrorized and it’s more cost effective and teaches more good stuff than a $300,000 gender studies degree from Duke. If those Evergreen State turds try invade my house, I’ll defend it myself according to the 2nd amendment rights.

    To that end:
    Below is a link to a 22.5-minute video which is a rehearsed version of a speech (with power point and video and animation) to be delivered before several faculty and deans of various Christian Universities at the Christian Scholar’s Conference at Lipscomb University June 7, 2017.

    My talk addresses the design of chromatin and the problem of evil. It’s a nice tutorial about biology and theology and offered fro free.

    PS

    You can see me listed in the Lipscomb conference schedule (with my name misspelled as “Cordoba”): http://www.lipscomb.edu/csc/sessions

    Guess who’s going to be listening to my talk?

    Jeff McCormack, Dean, College of Natural and Applied Sciences, Oklahoma Christian University, Discussant Jon Lowrance, Professor, Department of Biology, Lipscomb University, Discussant

    The Christian Scholars Conference advertises a registration fee of $195 and lodging fee of $195 for a total of $390, but you can get to hear me speak free-of charge via youtube! Get your free viewing at youtube while supplies last. 🙂

  3. Travis says:

    Mike, in light of Trump pulling the US out of the Paris climate agreement, perhaps you could do a post on how environmentalism and in particular climate hysteria has become a sort of religious movement on the left. The responses I have seen of people saying this will literally destroy the world, made without an inkling of understanding as to what the agreement actually entailed (read: nothing that would “save the world”), is astounding.

  4. Regual Llegna says:

    Travis says:
    “Mike, in light of Trump pulling the US out of the Paris climate agreement, perhaps you could do a post on how environmentalism and in particular climate hysteria has become a sort of religious movement on the left. The responses I have seen of people saying this will literally destroy the world, made without an inkling of understanding as to what the agreement actually entailed (read: nothing that would “save the world”), is astounding.”

    And they do not want to renegotiate the agreement at all.

  5. Doug says:

    @stcordova,
    Thanks for that — great stuff!

  6. stcordova says:

    Thanks for the kind words Doug. I got a lot of good editorial feedback on that video, and as a result found a lot of typos and a few areas I could improve on. I’ll be releasing more videos and hopefully of higher quality in the future to teach basic biology for free or some affordable fee.

    Sal

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