Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
I thought Michelle Obama had a garden in the backyard of the White House? They showed her digging in the dirt for eight years – maybe they were burying something or someone? Maybe the FBI should investigate?
Do you think for a minute if I had a child that I would send him to a public university much less a public grade school? From where are they bringing in these marxist professors. I know there has to be some who have common sense?
Can we give a few minutes to those professors who are in the right lane and not the left? It seems the goof-ball left ones are always given publicity. When I saw the “NUTTY PROFESSOR” movie – I said, tell me it isn’t so – looks like it is so.
Remember, Obama always talked about climate change and his ATM’s – he always seems to be talking about CHANGE – I finally get the drift ($)? Since the weather is not involved in climate change – do you think, maybe, Obama was talking about the professor and teachers?
Definition of climate change – a change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels.
Sure looks like we could apply carbon dioxide and fossil fuels to these professors and teachers with all of the foul odors (offensive to the senses, especially through having a disgusting smell or taste or being unpleasantly soiled) they are producing? And, to think we are paying them to offend us.
At this point, it’d be easier to just identify what ISN’T racist.
From Fox News: Two California professors are criticizing farmers’ markets for causing “environmental gentrification” in which “habits of white people are normalized.”
San Diego State University geography professors Pascale Joassart-Marcelli and Fernando J. Bosco contend that farmers’ markets are “white spaces” oppressing minorities in a chapter for “Just Green Enough,” an environmental anthology focused on urban development.
Environmental gentrification is defined as a process where “environmental improvements lead to … the displacement of long-term residents,” according to the anthology.
The professors, as reported by Campus Reform, say farmers’ markets are “exclusionary” because locals cannot “afford the food and/or feel excluded from these new spaces.”
The SDSU professors, who teach classes like “Geography of Food” and “Food Justice,” argue that “farmers’ markets are often white spaces where the food consumption habits of white people are…
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