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Concordia’s Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG) took their cause to the campus of the university.
The panel addressed other horrendous acts of racism, such as the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The panelists urged blacks to abandon 'self car' to embrace 'group care.'
So what do we takeaway from this event?
First, we note the far left can always depend on tax-funded universities for audiences. Students are often required to attend such panels where the minds are exposed to the cultural Marxism virus. Many become infected.
Second, we note the culture of entitlement is engendered by such events.
Third, the concept of gratitude seems totally foreign to the far left. The privilege of living at the apex of human civilization and innovation is blackened by the dark clouds of imagined oppression.
Fourth, we see the advancement of collectivism. Students are encouraged to think in terms of groups rather than as self-sufficient individuals. Collectivism required a strong central government that is always inefficient. Individualism, on the other hand, allows the most efficient to prevail where central government assumes the role of referee rather than player.
Fifth, while black-on-white violence remains both ignored and epidemic, the attention is focused on imagined offenses.
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