This one is in the vein of the last Fascist Friday feature. The plot is this: An Ivy league student decided to “infiltrate” Liberty University for a semester, then write a book about the experience. The results are uniquely liberal, and absolutely hilarious.
NOTE: Newsbusters covered this in a similar manner. Link here.
First, a video from Kevin Roose.
Here are some quotes from and AP story (yeah, I know, they don’t leik that):
He lined up a publisher _ Grand Central Publishing _ and arrived at the Lynchburg campus prepared for “hostile ideologues who spent all their time plotting abortion clinic protests and sewing Hillary Clinton voodoo dolls.”
Instead, he found that “not only are they not that, but they’re rigorously normal.”
He met students who use Bible class to score dates, apply to top law schools and fret about their futures, and who enjoy gossip, hip-hop and R-rated movies _ albeit in a locked dorm room.
A roommate he depicts as aggressively anti-gay _ all names are changed in the book _ is an outcast on the hall, not a role model.
Roose researched the school by joining as many activites as possible. He accompanied classmates on a spring break missionary trip to Daytona Beach. He visited a campus support group for chronic masturbators, where students were taught to curb impure thoughts. And he joined the choir at Falwell’s Thomas Road Baptist Church.
Roose scored an interview with the preacher for the school newspaper, right before Falwell died in May of that year. Roose decided against confronting him over his views on liberals, gays and other hot-button topics, and instead learned about the man himself, discovering among other things that the pastor loved diet peach Snapple and the TV show “24.”
Once ambivalent about faith, Roose now prays to God regularly _ for his own well-being and on behalf of others. He said he owns several translations of the Bible and has recently been rereading meditations from the letters of John on using love and compassion to solve cultural conflicts.
He’s even considering joining a church.
Mmkay then! They guy goes out searching for hate filled zombies and found…”normal” people?? Now, how have the libs reacted? What have the people of “tolerance” and “diversity” have to say about this? Well, look no further than that zombies at the Hushtoeveryonebutus Post. Their comment section on this story reads as follows.
“And the faithful asked Brian if they should follow the holy gourd or the holy sandal
Brian told the faithful to f**k off
The faithful asked how should we f**k off.”
“For an Ivy League student, it would be nice if he could see just how lame it is to use gay people as a tool for thought control. But, even he apparently was programmed well enough to be shocked by the truly terrible sight of two people holding hands.”
“I think it’s fascinating that he was programmed well enough to be shocked by gay students holding hands when he returned to Brown and to use his opportunity to interview Falwell to find out about his love for Snapple.
Yeah, that’s what happens to an Ivy League mind on Liberty University.”
“Maybe for Mr Roose’s 2nd book he should consider writing about the power of brainwashing as it pertains to modern day cults and religion in America.
Then maybe he should consider praying to The Spaghetti Monster and attending a pastafarian church instead. The effectiveness is exactly the same as mainstream religion.
Try it if you don’t believe me….
“Our Pasta who Art in Heaven…..”
“University” indeed! what gall they have to call this hideous cult a university. as if they could ‘teach’ anything. does anyone actually think anyone could get an education at this place.?”
“What’s scary is the kid seems to have picked up the “god” virus.”
“So Roose spent a year or a semester there and just from that started to lose his mind?
just shows the dangers of religious insanity.
“”Once ambivalent about faith, Roose now prays to God regularly “”
“Infiltrate”…just lower your GPA, drink the Kool Aid and dress like a loser…You’ll get in.”
New hate updated there constantly.
Now, it’s pretty clear, the kid is a lib, and he learned two very valuable lessons here.
1. The stereotypes are incorrect.
2. In the Liberal Zone, the enemy is always to be vilified, no matter what the facts are.
He was honest though, so he does earn kudos for that. However, the Liberal Zone has no value at all for honesty. And for that, this young man must be punished by the libs! He dare cross the line and give a honest account. He must now be discounted and ridiculed.