The rainbow coalition of feminists, queers, Jews, blacks, browns, and leftists is forever trying to shove political correctness down our throats under the guise of promoting “equality” and preventing “discrimination,” but in the following story its true motivation — the blind hatred of heterosexual white gentile males — is naked for all to see. In the Orwellian doublespeak of the rainbow coalition, a call to end “discrimination” is really an invitation to discriminate against heterosexual white males. When a member of this coalition demands “equality,” what he/she/it is really after are special treatment and privileges. When members of this coalition talk about promoting “human rights,” what they really have in mind is depriving heterosexual white males of the rights of property, free speech, and free association. –Igor Alexander
Lesson in stupidity – Carleton’s student union quit its Shinerama fundraiser because cystic fibrosis affects mainly white people
OTTAWA – The Carleton student union’s decision to quit its Shinerama fundraiser because cystic fibrosis affects mainly white people is stupid and unfair, says CF sufferer Kelsey Lett.
Lett, 18, who has spent most of her life in hospital, says the disease doesn’t discriminate.
“I know white girls who have it. I know black guys who have it,” she said yesterday.
At a meeting Monday night, Carleton University Students Association councillors voted 22-2 in favour of quitting their long-standing FROSH week fundraiser and sponsoring another charity.
They supported a motion to stop Shinerama because, as the motion stated, they want fundraising to be “inclusive as possible,” and “CF has recently been revealed to affect white people and primarily men.” [Emphasis added. -IA]
The decision was based on misinformation, says the head of the Canadian CF Foundation.
“It’s the most common, fatal, genetic disease affecting young people in this country,” CEO Cathleen Morrison said.
“Hopefully people are making decisions based on information that is correct.”
Nick Bergamini, who voted against the motion, was shocked when he heard it.
“This does not reflect the views of Carleton students. These are the views of a few radicals who are playing politics with a charity,” he said.
Bergamini plans to put forward a motion to reverse the decision at the next monthly meeting, but he’s not optimistic.