SHOCKING: College Tries To Make Leap Between Islamaphobia and Climate Change

May 13, 2016May 13, 2016

If you give a liberal talking point an inch, it will grow into a mile-wide gap between reality and insanity.  Climate change used to be global cooling, then when that was proven false it became global warming. After decades of studying the weather, scientists and professors couldn’t accurately figure out how the climate was going to change so they settled on the new moniker “Climate Change.”

Liberal institutions and pundits around the country try to control a narrative by using catch phrases and specific words. For instance, if you disagree with anything they are propagating, they will attach “phobe” to the end of the word and label the dissenters as a type of bigot. An example of that is radical Islamic terrorism that is running rampant throughout this world. Anyone who dares try to connect Islam to a terrorist attack is called an Islamaphobe.

At what used to be one of the most prestigious schools in the country, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, author and professor Ghassan Hage has now tried to connect non-existent “Islamaphobia” to the fallacy of climate change. This leap to connect theoretical issues shows that degrees from major universities have never held as little worth as they currently do.

The talk is described on MIT’s website is explained as such:

“This talk examines the relation between Islamophobia as the dominant form of racism today and the ecological crisis. It looks at the three common ways in which the two phenomena are seen to be linked: as an entanglement of two crises, metaphorically related with one being a source of imagery for the other and both originating in colonial forms of capitalist accumulation. The talk proposes a fourth way of linking the two: an argument that they are both emanating from a similar mode of being, or enmeshment, in the world, what is referred to as ‘generalised domestication.’”

If you had trouble making sense of that description, you aren’t the only one.