A Bisexual Student Paid a High Price after Criticized Radical Islam
Some people said that the tongue is the root of all chaos.Though I don't think so, but I have to say that part of it is true. The next topic is a real event about our bisexual people.
Alfred MacDonald, who is a bisexual boy, the student at University of Texas. He told his fellow students that “in some countries,gay people are executed in the name of Islam.” I’d say it’s really dangerous, folks.
The result is that MacDonald has been transferred out of University of Texas-San Antonio. He thought this is extremely unreasonable, he should have the right to freedom of speech, and he was actually put out a statement of the facts. He felt very dissatisfied with the school's handling, “A disregard for truthseeking principles from a philosopher is something that should not be tolerated by people who care about the truth,” MacDonald said in an email. “Truthseeking disciplines like philosophy and science establish the infrastructure of truth for everyone else to use. Logic itself came from philosophy. … A disregard of this kind creates long-lasting implications that negatively affect the future of human knowledge.”
The problem is not the truth of the statement, but the reality. On the contrary, this fact is only "offended" by students and professors".He was just stating a factual truth. It should be crystal clear to the LGBT community that, in the liberal world, Muslim rights always supersede LGBT rights. If not, they need to wake up.The liberals want to distort the truth to sell their brand of Kool-aid or whatever is Trending. The problem with liberals is they are only looking to satisfy a short term goal, and that goal will always be a floating goal. It will come and go with the tide. Keeping quiet by those of us that disagree with their perverted truth will not do any of us any good since silence is submission.
It's painful that speaking truths is castigated in our present day society. Blinding oneself from the facts won’t make them false. In any case, Donald left school, and no one defended his rights. This kind of thing makes us see our small and weak, and there is no hero in reality to help him out of these troubles. We need a larger group to confront the injustices that these bi friends have suffered, don't you think so?