Opinion: Are young Americans ready to give up their freedom in the name of political correctness?

Young Americans are in favor of changing the First Amendment

editor: REMIX NEWS
author: Łukasz Adamski

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

This is the First Amendment of the Constitution of the Untied States of America. It was enacted on December 15, 1781 and is one of the fundaments of American greatness.

For years, owing to this amendment, Americans had a right to much broader criticism of their authorities than Europeans. It is this notion, that guarantees the development of anti-government satire which is so important to the freedom of every society. It protects people and artists from politicians and more or less corrupted governments.

The law, which anyone who loves freedom should envy Americans for, might soon become history. Not because of some puritan conservatives. Not because of religious fundamentalism.

But because it might be abolished by neo-Bolsheviks hidden under the guise of political correctness.

The revolutionaries have managed the impossible – they have dominated the minds of the young generation and created slaves who love their enslavement. According to George Orwell, these are the perfect slaves.

American universities have been dominated by revolutionaries who in the 60s were fascinated by communism. Today’s professors and their students protested against American fascism while at the same time carrying the banners of Che Guevarra, Mao or Lenin.

What is most terrifying about this whole affair is that young people are allowing this. Meanwhile, they should be the ones who romanticize spreading freedom. They should care for the constitution to protect their rights to free and unbounded thoughts. Especially university students should demand legal protection to clash the most radical ideas – that is what a university debate is all about.

Yet American universities have been dominated by revolutionaries who in the 60s were fascinated by communism. Today’s professors and their students protested against American fascism while at the same time carrying the banners of Che Guevarra, Mao or Lenin.

It is these people who are molding students into a unilateral pulp with closed minds. They are making a new human, one meant to believe in the one true progressive ideology, which will allow all proletarians of the world to unite under.

There still remain some Left intellectuals who see the totalitarianism of political correctness, but there is increasingly few of them. We could’ve hoped, that the ideologically brainwashed students would have been confronted with reality on the job market, but the issue is, that corporations are leading the PC Blitzkrieg.


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