Janet Napolitano’s New University Calls Illegal Immigrant the “I Word”

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.


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Recently the N Word, and by that I mean Janet Napolitano, got a job in a place even more dysfunctional than the United States government. The University of California.

To commemorate her arrival, the UCLA student government, which is a lot like the worst of the United Nations and the European Union combined, have denounced the use of the I Word. Not Idiot, which is the proper name for the people behind this, but Illegal Immigrant.

Considering the success that MSNBC had reducing the Redskins to the R Word, it seems our language will soon be enriched with a lot more truncated unpronounceable words.

The undergraduate student government at the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday calling for the end of the use of the phrase “illegal immigrant,” saying it violates human rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.

“The racially derogatory I-word endangers basic human rights including the presumption of innocence and the right to due process guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution,” the resolution states.

I didn’t realize illegal immigrant was a race. Apparently now it is.

You may laugh at the stupidity, but people who think in insane ways like these already hold Federal judgeships and even have a place on the Supreme Court.

The resolution came in response to undocumented students who had “expressed their concerns and fear with the recent appointment of Janet Napolitano, former US Secretary of Homeland Security,” as the new University of California president.

Yes, if there’s anything to be worried about it’s that Janet will provide amnesty to anyone at UCLA failing classes.

 

  • redwood05090

    Is this a dirty word, featured in every dictionary, can the P.S police decide which words to speak?

    • objectivefactsmatter

      They’re already listening.

  • momolala

    So if huge numbers of white people decided to settle illegally in some african country, would Janet be right behind them, or would she side with the african authorities and native population?

    • objectivefactsmatter

      No, she’s a racist. Americans, especially whites, are expected to obey laws and Judeo Christian customs (which are defined by them as “enlightened pro-Christian”) but the “i-people” (this time it stands for people of inferior races) are not because they can behave like Christians supposedly behaved in the past. They can do what they want.

      It’s a principal of “social justice.” Don’t call it racism, it’s “anti-racism.” It accepts “affirmative action” (racism), but as you can see we must change our lexicon for optimal social engineering.

  • VHG1

    The “I” word? She means “illiterates” I’m sure

  • Michael Shaw

    Orwell predicted all this in “1984″ as NewSpeak where words are gradually eliminated so that people will be unable to articulate anything but double plus good thoughts.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    So, I have a real problem with illegal i-words.

  • Tom Masters

    Janet Napolitano – TRAITOR