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Published:January 24th, 2017 17:17 EST

Snowflakes Are an Existential Threat to Our Democracy

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Snowflakes: An overly sensitive person, incapable of dealing with any opinions that differ from their own. These people can often be seen congregating in `safe zones` on college campuses."


Our colleges and universities are producing snowflake graduates who are incapable of dealing with the real world, years after they graduate they are still living in their parents` basement. Most of these wankers don`t even own automobiles, they can`t deal with the myriad microaggressions they encounter driving a mile to the nearest Starbucks.

A university degree is supposed to prepare a graduate for the dog-eat-dog adult world. In the crucible of an intellectual environment where they are exposed to many religious and political beliefs, by the time they graduate they will be secure in their own belief system. That`s the way it used to be, no more.

Today college students are so intellectually fragile and mentally feeble that they are susceptible to being traumatized by the slightest whiff of speech that`s not politically correct. The slightest microaggression or trigger they encounter will, pardon the phrase, trigger a state of disassociation.

Instead of kicking these snowflakes in the ass to motivate them to come to their senses, the professors and faculty coddle these morons and even go as far as to establish "safe zones" where free speech and common sense is banned.

When the Zombie Apocalypse finally arrives, I won`t attempt to reason with zombies or inquire why they are so agitated, I will simply blow them away with my sawed-off double barrel shotgun.

If snowflakes move into your neighborhood don`t attempt to understand them, they have been indoctrinated beyond salvation. Before they can say "microaggression alert" or "trigger warning," box their ears, and let them know in no uncertain terms that there is no safe zone for them in your neighborhood.

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