Some profound thinking from a distinguished Canadian university
Below are some excerpts from a Leftist academic article which displays vividly how filled with rage and hate Leftists are -- rage that can only express itself, not argue coherently for anything. It's good evidence of how degraded academic discourse has become since the Leftist takeover of academe. Apologies for the language but it is as it occurs in the original:
The lad himself. I am betting that he has never done a day's worth of real work in his neo-Marxist life
Simon Springer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Department of Geography, University of Victoria
By saying ‘fuck neoliberalism’ we can express our rage against the neoliberal machine. It is an indication of our anger, our desire to shout our resentment, to spew venom back in the face of the noxious malice that has been shown to all of us. This can come in the form of mobilizing more protests against neoliberalism or in writing more papers and books critiquing its influence. The latter preaches to the converted, and the former hopes that the already perverted will be willing to change their ways. I don’t discount that these methods are important tactics in our resistance, but I’m also quite sure that they’ll never actually be enough to turn the tide against neoliberalism and in our favour.
There is nothing about neoliberalism that is deserving of our respect, and so in concert with a prefigurative politics of creation, my message is quite simply ‘fuck it’. Fuck the hold that it has on our political imaginations. Fuck the violence it engenders. Fuck the inequality it extols as a virtue. Fuck the way it has ravaged the environment. Fuck the endless cycle of accumulation and the cult of growth. Fuck the Mont Pelerin society and all the think tanks that continue to prop it up and promote it. Fuck Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman for saddling us with their ideas. Fuck the Thatchers, the Reagans, and all the cowardly, self-interested politicians who seek only to scratch the back of avarice.
International Journal for Critical Geographies