Finally. Someone with stones and title said it. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been consistently brave and uniquely singular in stating the obvious and for this, he is scorned, derided and smeared (much like President Trump).
But he is right.
Academia all over the West has become politicized and serves a far-left agenda.
Orban is standing for the truth and reality.
“Hungary bans gender studies because it is ‘an ideology not a science,’” by Caleb Parke, Fox News, October 17, 2018 (thanks to Christian):
Hungary’s populist government has banned gender studies degrees citing low enrollment numbers that waste taxpayer money and because it is “an ideology not a science.”
Left-wing critics say it’s academically problematic, politically unheard of in a democratic society, and argue gender studies degrees do lead to jobs.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has been called the Donald Trump of Europe, signed the decree, which went into effect Saturday, removing gender studies from a list of approved master’s programs, though students already enrolled will be grandfathered in.
“The Hungarian government is of the clear view that people are born either men or women,” Orban’s chief of staff said in August. “They lead their lives the way they think best, but beyond this, the Hungarian state does not wish to spend public funds on education in this area.”
Central European University blasted Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s decree banning gender studies degrees as “a major infringement on academic freedom and university autonomy.”
Central European University (CEU), founded by Hungarian-American liberal billionaire George Soros and one of two universities in the country that teaches gender studies, blasted the decree as “a significant loss to the Hungarian scholarly community and for democratically-minded public policymakers.”…
Editor’s Note: And if you disagree, just trying sitting through this utter rubbish from college students trying to fight their way past their Creator, logic, biology, science and reason. Seriously, listening to nails on a chalkboard is almost preferable.
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller