In the name of “diversity,” and to pander to the small minority of sexual radicals, they want to destroy the English language. And along with it they want to destroy biology and reality. We have a term for those who try to do stuff like this: fools.
We now all know that one of the major mantras of the radical left is the call for “diversity”. Along with other buzz words like “tolerance” and “acceptance,” it is a word always bandied about by the progressives. But all these words never mean what you think they should mean.
For the left, diversity means affirming all cultures except the West. For the left, diversity means affirming all races except whites. For the left, diversity means affirming all genders except males (and they have an infinite number of genders nowadays). For the left, diversity means affirming all sexualities except heterosexuality. For the left, diversity means affirming all ‘family’ structures except the traditional family unit.
The leftist lexicon, in other words, contains words that mean radically different things than they do for you and me. Thus their words for tolerance and the like have absolutely nothing to do with our understanding of the terms. For the left, tolerance means NOT tolerating anyone who dares to differ with them, and anyone who does not buy their understanding of diversity.
Hundreds of articles found on this website would have documented the madness and intolerance of leftist diversity. And a major part of this of course involves the deconstruction of language. Verbal engineering always precedes social engineering. Those who control the language control the culture.
So the favourite pastime of the radical left is to seek to control the language. They completely redefine what words mean, or they ban certain words altogether. We see this happening all the time. Consider some more recent cases of this – and they are real shockers.
The move to ban words like “mother” and “father” have been going on for decades now, and I have been documenting this for quite some time. One of the most recent – and most idiotic – attempt to do this comes from one of Australia’s premier universities, the Australian National University in Canberra. Get a load of what the num nums there are now demanding. As one news item states:
Australia’s leading university has encouraged staff to use “parent-inclusive language”, such as “chestfeeding” instead of “breastfeeding” and “human milk” rather than “mother’s milk”. Similarly, the terms “mother” and “father” should be replaced with “gestational” and “nongestational” parent, according to the Australian National University’s Gender-Inclusive Handbook.
Published last year by the Canberra university’s Gender Institute, the handbook describes itself as a guide intended for “any ANU student or staff member involved” in teaching. It offers recommendations to “uplift female and gender minority students”. In a section about student parents, the handbook notes that while “many students will identify as ‘mothers’ and ‘fathers’, using these terms alone to describe parenthood excludes those who do not identify with gender-binaries”. www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/anu-urges-staff-to-say-chestfeeding-instead-of-breastfeeding-gestational-parent-instead-of-mother/news-story/bedde8c10621bcf23ab18b8cec7ffb95
Good grief – idjuts! Um, earth calling ideologies: every single one of you militants actually have a mother and a father. There I said it, so shoot me already. You would not exist without your mum and dad. And one day – heaven forbid – you might even become a mum or a dad.
But in the name of “diversity,” and to pander to the small minority of sexual radicals, they want to destroy the English language. And along with it they want to destroy biology and reality. We have a term for those who try to do stuff like this: fools.
One meme making the rounds on the social media shows a picture of a dad holding a toddler, desperately trying to teach him to say “non-birthing parent” and the like instead of “dada”. Yep, ‘mama’ and ‘dada’ are now verboten, while we run with the politically correct ‘gestational adult’ or whatever. As I say: idjuts!