Carleton University official investigated “traditional marriage is awesome” written on Free Speech Wall

arun smith

All of the media attention is on the moron “seventh-year human rights student Arun Smith” who tore down a student initiated “Free Speech Wall” at Carleton University but overlooked is this tidbit from Triston Hopper of the National Post:

The only comment that verged into anti-gay territory was a scrawl reading “traditional marriage is awesome.”

According to Mr. CoKehyeng, the four-word phrase prompted a visit from Ryan Flannagan, the university’s director of student affairs.

“He saw that it wasn’t inciting hate speech at all, so he let that one slide,” said Mr. CoKehyeng.

But what didn’t get a look at from the school official was:

“Harper is a douche.” (see here)

No one filed a complaint and of course Flannagan must not have seen it right?



9 Responses to “Carleton University official investigated “traditional marriage is awesome” written on Free Speech Wall”

  1. Robbie Says:

    CAUT in the act of censorship and selective breeding of human thought on university campus. To bad they weren’t as supportive of academic freedom as they purport.

  2. john Says:

    “seventh-year human rights student Arun Smith” …..W T F !!!???? Oh well, freeloading by any other name….

  3. jmw Says:

    Kudos to Mr. CoKehyeng. Much blood was shed to preserve the right to express your thoughts and feelings. Keep up the good work! How cowardly that many academics want to stifle differing opinions and substitute empty platitudes instead. How Marxist of them.

  4. burton Says:

    Yeah, we’re all shocked by this I’m sure. I wish O’Malley and others were around when this was happening.

  5. old white guy Says:

    carleton, a veritable bastion of ignorance.

  6. Dirt Says:

    Our universities have devolved into adult daycare centers for emotionally challenged adults, or so it appears. Progressives poison everything they touch, my opinion.

  7. Martin Says:

    This reminds one of the CHRC apparatchik who stated that Freedom of speech was an American concept, that his commission gave it little value.
    Unfortunately he is far from alone in sharing that viewpoint, particularly in Canadian institutions of higher education.

  8. Alain Says:

    Can anyone explain why we continue to subsidise these cesspools of indoctrination?

    • Ian Says:

      My daughter has just been accepted to Carleton for next fall. Have to rethink where she should attend school perhaps. Then again it seems like all universities in Canada are like that these days. Scary!

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