Popular YouTuber Sargon of Akkad has set up a petition to suspend social justice courses at universities, gaining over 28,000 signatures at the time of this writing. The petition states, “Social justice has become scientifically illiterate, logically unsound, deeply bigoted and openly supremacist. Social justice professors are indoctrinating young people into a pseudoscientific cult behind closed doors that is doing damage to their health, education and future.” “It has become a victim of its own good intentions and in the desperate attempt to make the world better for some it is creating a world better for none,” it continues. “It has become another ideology fit only to pave the road to Hell, so it is time to turn around and choose another path that is concerned with reason, science and improving the lives of every human” he continues. “To clarify, we are calling for the teaching of social justice courses in universities to be temporarily suspended,” it says. “What follows is up for debate, but as it stands now, social justice is causing far more harm than good and it must be halted and reassessed.” Are college students starting to realize social justice classes just destroys their ability to learn real subjects, like math, history, science, and comp classes. What do social justice classes in college teach you anyways, how to be an activist in BS? College students and their families should start to learn that SJ classes don't get you ahead in life, and they only get you stuck in history because that's all SJ classes are is opinions stuck in history. College students are now starting to realize that social justice classes only teach you opinions and not facts, and that they don't give you any type of skills to succeed in life. If social justice starts to die slowly in America's colleges and universities, you will only slowly see SJW'S disappear from American streets.
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