New Doc Reveals the Tyranny of Political Correctness and Censorship Culture at Brown

Jul 17, 2016 by

Can we talk? The answer is: No.

By Nahema Marcha – 

Students have “an addiction to indignation” says director Rob Mondz in Silence U., a new online documentary about the tyranny of political correctness and liberal politics plaguing Brown University.

The movie, which debuted yesterday on WeTheInternet.tv — a channel exploring issues of political and personal freedoms through the lens of comedy — shows Montz returning to his alma mater to reflect on what Brown has become since he attended the Ivy as an undergraduate in the early 2000s.

While he fondly recalls having had “endless campus debates” back then, he laments how students have now become experts at “weaponizing victimhood.”

“Can I make a suggestion” an administrator asks at the beginning of the film, “Can we just try and have a conversation here?,” before being cut off by an enraged student who bawls: “Not when heterosexual white males have always dominated this space!”

Says it all.

Watch the full documentary below — you’re in for a ride.

Source: New Doc Reveals the Tyranny of Political Correctness and Censorship Culture at Brown | Heat Street

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