College Thought Police Enforce Global Values

By Mary Ann Collins
December 7, 2009

“The way to redefine a word is to get the new definition repeated as often as possible…. This, so far as words are concerned, is the public opinion battle for belief in your definitions, and not those of the opposition. A consistent, repeated effort is the key to any success with this technique of propaganda.” (L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology) :”(L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology,”:

“A racist is one who is both privileged and socialized on the basis of race by a white supremacist (racist) system. The term applies to all white people… living in the United States….” (The University of Delaware) :”(University to Students: All Whites Are Racist, Mandatory Program Treats Politically Incorrect Attitudes, October 30, 2007”:

“The redefinition of words is done by associating different emotions and symbols with the word than were intended.” (L. Ron Hubbard) :”(L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology,”:
“The University of Minnesota… intends to redesign its admissions process so that it screens out people with the ‘wrong’ beliefs and values — those who either do not have sufficient ‘cultural competence’ or those who… will not be able to be converted to the ‘correct’ beliefs and values even after remedial re-education.” :”( Letter to University of Minnesota at”: ‚   Letter to University of Minnesota

The University of Delaware has about 7,000 students living on campus. It requires these students “to adopt highly specific university-approved views on issues ranging from politics to race, sexuality, sociology, moral philosophy and environmentalism.” Students are “pressured or even required” to make statements that comply with the school’s views. :”(University to Students, All Whites Are Racist, ‚   Mandatory Program Treats Politically Incorrect Attitudes, October 30, 2007”:

Being quiet about their beliefs isn’t enough to keep students out of trouble. They are interviewed, one-on-one, with intrusive questions. If they fail to give politically correct answers, then a report is written about them, and they are subjected to “treatment” — compulsory re-education. (This is a state university, which means that it is supported by taxes. Therefore, people who would be appalled by such things are required by law to support them financially.)

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) has produced an online video about this brainwashing. In interviews with students and professors, it shows how the university’s Office of Residence Life used a variety of methods to “coerce students to change their thoughts, values, attitudes, beliefs, and habits” so that they would “conform to a highly specified social, environmental, and political agenda.” :”(Video-Think What We Think…Or Else – Thought Control on the American Campus”:

One of the university’s views is that all whites of European descent are, by definition, racists. That would include William Wilberforce, a white Englishman who spent his life working for the abolition of slavery. :”(William Wilberforce (1759-1833),”: ‚   Hard to believe? Then read these current definitions from the “University of Delaware Office of Residence Life Diversity Facilitation Training (PDF)

“A RACIST: …all white people…. By this definition, people of color cannot be racists, because as peoples within the U.S. system, they do not have the power to back up their prejudices, hostilities, or acts of discrimination.” (Page 3)

“REVERSE RACISM: A term created and used by white people to deny their white privilege. Those in denial use the term reverse racism to refer to hostile behavior by people of color toward whites…. In the U.S., there is no such thing as ‘reverse racism.'” (Page 3)

“A NON-RACIST: A non-term. The term was created by whites to deny responsibility for systemic racism, to maintain an aura of innocence in the face of racial oppression, and to shift responsibility for that oppression from whites to people of color (called “blaming the victim”).”(Page 3)

The “racist” label would apply to James Reeb, a white American man who was beaten to death by segregationists on March 11, 1965, because he participated in Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s march for civil rights in Selma, Alabama. :”(James Reeb,”:

It would also include my friend Sheila, a white woman who also participated in that civil rights march in Selma. Although timid by nature, Sheila could be strong when it came to standing up for what she believed in. She risked her life to participate in that march, and she had to face police dogs and cattle prods. But the University of Delaware says that Sheila is a racist because she is white.

It would also include white couples who adopt black children. And it would include whites who marry blacks. According to the university, these people are, by definition, racists — no matter how they behave, and no matter what they believe.

So according to the University of Delaware, “racism” has little or nothing to do with behavior, beliefs, and motives. It is all about the university’s philosophy and ideology. What men and women actually think, and how they actually behave, is irrelevant.

There was strong resistance to this program at the University of Delaware. As a result, it was discontinued in October 2007. :”(University Drops Whites Are Racist Plan: Prez Says – I have directed that the program be stopped immediately, November 1, 2007 –”:

But in May 2008, the program was revived. And it still has the same definition of racism. :”(All Whites Racist’ Indoctrination Revived! May 28, 2008”:

The University of Minnesota has proposed a similar program. It apparently intends to change its admissions process in order to screen out potential students who have “wrong” beliefs and values. Present students whose beliefs don’t conform to the university’s ideology, and who do not change their beliefs as a result of mandatory re-education, would not be able to get degrees. In other words, successfully completing their studies, they would be refused the degree that they earned because of their personal beliefs. :”(Teaching Plan: America an Oppressive Hellhole- University Outlines ‚   Re-education for Those Who Hold ‚   Wrong Views, November 27, 2009.”:

This program of indoctrination is especially aimed at future teachers. The Teacher Education Redesign Initiative is a group whose objective is to “change the way future teachers are trained” at the University of Minnesota. It requires teachers to embrace (and teach) its worldview, which sees America as being “an oppressive hellhole: racist, sexist and homophobic.” :”(At U, Future Teachers May Be Reeducated: They Must Denounce Exclusionary Biases and Embrace the Vision. (Or else.), November 22, 2009.”:

Many American colleges are indoctrinating students instead of educating them. This widespread problem is documented in Jim Nelson Black’s book “Freefall of the American University: How Our Colleges Are Corrupting the Minds and Morals of the Next Generation.” (Thomas Nelson, 2004)

This process involves coercion, mind control, and the unconstitutional lack of free speech and freedom of conscience. It also involves “service learning” — sending students into troubled neighborhoods where they are trained to justify immorality and despise traditional values. What does this do to the ability of students to think logically and to deal with objective facts?

Replacing real education with indoctrination creates a generation of students whose beliefs and behavior are ruled by propaganda and feelings instead of facts and logical thinking. These victims of contemporary brainwashing can easily be manipulated by clever slogans, clever music, and clever TV ads. It is a perfect set-up for power-hungry politicians.

Back in the fifties, countless Western prisoners-of-war faced Communist brainwashing in Asia and the Soviet Union. Only those whose faith and values were anchored in unwavering truth were able to resist the disorienting assaults on their minds. Genuine Christians demonstrated a spiritual resistance that baffled Communist change agents and even converted guards. Never has it been more important to stand firm in God’s Word, train our children to reject compromise, and stand together in God-given strength as we face a world that hates our values and mock our God!

“What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us?” (Romans 8:31)

“The LORD is on my side; I will not fear: what can man do unto me?” (Psalm 118:6)

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