While Islamic State has been public enemy no. 1 over the past few years, white Leftists come in as a close second for their megalomanic, deranged views.
One white Leftist obsession that belies rationality nearly as much as those who expect the rewards of 72 virgins after committing terrorist acts, is equality.
To be clear, the stated problem isn’t equality before the law, or due process.
However, the ideal of equality has moved far beyond these realms, into denying racial differences when they persist, and tribalism where it naturally arises.
Now the insistence upon equal outcomes has evolved, as schools indoctrinate children towards canning the term ‘best friends,’ to increase inclusivity.
One has to wonder: where further will this artificial, shallow pursuit go?
Time will tell but in the near future, white Leftists detached from all identity, may push to abolish the additional love, devotion and attachment that transpires among families, to take the ultimate step towards equality.
“BAN ‘best friends’! Schools are told to stop kid using the term which makes classmates feel left out,” Daily Mail, by Stephanie Haley, February 14, 2018:
Schools around the world are banning the term ‘best friends,’ stopping children from naming their favorite buddy in a bid to ensure classmates don’t feel left out.
A New York psychologist says the trend that started in London is now spreading across the US.
‘The idea of banning the phrase “best friends” is a very intriguing social experiment,’ clinical psychologist Dr. Barbara Greenberg tells CBS in New York.
‘Let’s face it, you can’t ban somebody from having a close relationship, and you can’t really ban somebody from having a best friend but what the schools are trying to do is foster the idea of kids having more than a single friend,’ Greenberg says.
The idea is to increase the number of interactions a student may have with different members of his or her peer group.
It’s now garnered support from educators in America, Greenberg says, who is licensed to practice psychology in both Connecticut and New York, and personally believes the rationale behind the notion is strong.
‘I see kids come in all week long who are feeling dreadful because they are excluded and because they are either nobody’s best friend or their best friend has moved on,’ Greenberg says.
Jay Jacobs, who operates Timber Lake Camp in New York, stresses the downside of not fostering multiple relationships at a young age, for exactly that reason.
‘I think that there are pitfalls in just having one friend,’ Jacobs says. ‘Remember as you grow up, interests change, children go in different directions’….