Diversity Strikes Again
It’s amazing what people will do in the name of diversity. I read this and thought that there is an easy way to combat this. Here is an excerpt: "Birmingham University's Student Union Guild has demanded that the Evangelical Christian Union (ECU) amend its constitution to allow people of all faiths to become members and, this is the killer point, sit on its leadership body."
Let’s point out the obvious, if you have a Christian group, it only stands to reason that a requirement to be a part of the group, you would have to be Christian. It is the same with any other group. Want to be part of a gay, lesbian, transgendered club? It would probably be wise to be one of those things.
Strange enough, this usually only happens to conservative or Christian groups. So I’m going to help people fight the good fight against “Diversity”. Here is how it works. If you have a group that requires certain behavior or affiliation, stick to your guns on who you allow in the group. Usually the school will send you a letter stating that you are violating anti-discrimination rules. After this letter is received by your group, sue the school. Contact The Fire, they have a bunch of pro bono attorneys for students to use. You can go this route if you like; it’s probably the civil way to do things. I, on the other hand, would do something like this.
Say I belong to a group called the “Gun Tot’n Democrat Haters” club and we have 100 members. The requirements to be in the club would be to own a gun and be a republican. Some Democrat peace monger wants to join the club, knowing that they will not be admitted, so they can complain to the school about discrimination and have us booted off campus. After this happened and we lost the ability to meet on campus, I would take our 100 members and join the “Democrat Feminazis for Peace” club on campus. If they said we couldn’t be in the club because of our gender or political leanings, I would complain to the school about discrimination. If the school didn’t side with us then I would sue the school for discrimination. If the school did side with us and force the “Democrat Feminazis for Peace” club to let us join, I would then use the 100 members as a way to vote ourselves into the leadership of the group and dissolve it. After this was done I would move onto the next group I didn’t agree with. Hopefully the school would then realize that people should be able to associate with who they wanted and that groups should hold the right to ask its members to share the same philosophical or morale beliefs.
Hat Tip to Kath.