Flying the ‘True Colors’ Flag Now

Progressives’ response to Hamas’s atrocities reveals that they never believed in their own dogma.

Woke dogma, that is…

It was all stuff and nonsense, wasn’t it? All that talk of “hate speech” and “accountability culture” and “systemic oppression” and the need to ensure that everyone in the community feels “safe” at all times? It was all guff, flotsam, baloney. About 15 minutes passed between the news of the atrocities committed by Hamas and the crumpling of the progressive creed. Rarely has jetsam looked so vile.

Pick, at random, a fashionable idea about the ideal limits of free expression, and you’ll observe that it has collapsed ignominiously into the dust. The prohibition on “tone policing”? Gone. The injunction to “believe all women”? Evaporated. The insistence that “silence is violence,” that“neutrality is complicity,” or that institutions are thus obliged to speak out about any injustice that they might see? Defunct. Obsolete. Kaput. In the annals of bad human ideas, has an ideology ever been as swiftly hollowed out as was this one?

For more than a decade now, our universities, our media, our HR departments, and our celebrities have terrorized us with a bunch of vicious dogmas that, it turns out, they never believed in for a moment. In the name of “diversity” and “inclusion” and “equity” and any other abstract concept that might plausibly be recruited to the obscurantists’ side, Americans were asked to subordinate their freedom, their conversations, and their consciences to the personal preferences of a handful of unelected arbiters of taste. And then, one terrible day in October, a real barbarity was staged, and, within a few hours of the rules being applied to its apologists, the whole enterprise was revealed to be a brittle sham. 

It has been about the Far Left gaining Power all along…and the silencing of those who disagree with their worldview.

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Vermont Snowboarding Coach Fired For Affirming Male Athletic Advantage

Dave Bloch, a snowboarding coach at Woodstock Union High School (WUHS) who was terminated from his position due to a conversation he had with some of his team members regarding gender and sports participation.

“snowboard” by ffo-sesp is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Bloch, a Roman Catholic, believes in the biological distinction between males and females, which is consistent with his faith and scientific evidence. Bloch shared his belief about the biological differences between men and women and how it can potentially give men an athletic advantage.

The conversation was respectful and lasted about three minutes.

The next day, Bloch received a notice of “immediate termination” from the school district superintendent, accusing him of violating policies related to hazing, harassment, and bullying.

Despite an incomplete investigation, Bloch was fired and barred from future coaching positions within the district.

In July 2023, the Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit to protect Bloch’s First and 14th Amendment rights. They say public schools should not terminate employees for respectfully expressing their opinions on matters of public concern.

I agree.

You can read all of the details here.