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2017/05/04

A Florida thug and High-school drop-out killed during the assault of a neighborhood watch patrolman —  will be awarded a posthumous bachelor’s degree in aeronautical science from Florida Memorial University. 

No, really. His applied research shows that terminal ballistics can be fatal when assaulting someone with a weapon. If anything, this should only enhance his 1st degree breaking and entering. Besides, wanting to get ‘high’ is now a new credit course in hoodcentric afro-aeronautical studies.

There is no word if the Nobel committee has been in contact for the peaceful action he used leading up to his untimely death.

Some people vote when dead, so getting a degree when dead shouldn’t come as any surprise.

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In other news:

A University of Florida student Penalized for ‘Man’ Instead of ‘Humankind’ Newsmax, May 1, 2017


Lesson learned

The very fact that character assassination is possible reveals the frailty and sensitivity of human sympathy and empathy. Even in free, democratic societies, political campaigns are often conducted in an atmosphere of extravagant accusation and even wilder counter accusation. The moment the strategy of wild accusation, with all its disagreeable noises of vituperation and calumny, begins, we forget the strategic intention behind the words and find ourselves influenced by the shouting and name calling. “Maybe,” we say to ourselves, “there is something in this story.”

This, of course, is just what the slanderer wants. In the minds of the politicians, the illusion persists that the end justifies the means. Nevertheless, campaigns of slander produce paradoxical results because the very fact that an unfounded accusation has been made weakens the moral sense of both listener and accuser.

—From “The Rape of the Mind: The Psychology of Thought Control, Menticide, and Brainwashing” (1956).  Joost A. M. Meerloo, M.D.

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