¿Qué hace un delincuente, golpista y malversador, dando clases de Pensamiento en la Universidad de Vich?

La irresistible degradación de Cataluña.

Miquel Giménez es una de las columnas imprescindibles de VozPópuli. Hace unos días nos habló del nuevo trabajo de Junqueras, que ja es passeja lliurement per on vol y no ha cumplido ni 2 años y 4 meses, el 17% de la condena. Además los llepasubvens le han ofrecido trabajo en la Universidad de Vich, que a la casta llazi mai no et mors de gana:

“Vic o Vich era, proporcionalmente a su población, la ciudad catalana con mayor afiliación a la Guardia de Franco. Qué cosas. (…) añade a su lista de méritos el de albergar en su universidad, privada, por descontado, la figura de Junqueras, que impartirá sabia y docta cátedra en tamaña y colosal institución para pasmo de occidente y acaso incluso de oriente, aunque eso todavía está por verse. Emocionado al pasear por los pasillos de aquella máquina de crear talentos, y tras un recibimiento por parte de profesores y alumnos digno de la entrada de Nuestro Señor en Jerusalén (…)

De momento, el prócer catalán no dará clase propiamente dicha, puesto que quiere prepararse la asignatura (…) hablar de la historia del pensamiento occidental no va a ser grano de anís. Sus alumnos, imbuidos de proceso, separatismo, lazos y discursos estomagantes van a sudar tinta para entender que si a occidente le caracteriza algo es haber alumbrado a gigantes defensores de la libertad intelectual, la gozosa experiencia de la duda y razonar ante cualquier otro método. Vaya usted y dígale a un joven lazi que se abstenga ante la duda y verá cómo le ponen un CDR de guardia delante de su portal. (…)

¿Admitirá Junqueras que alguien que se sienta español, insistimos, si es que en dicha universidad los hay, le pida revisar la nota de un examen al sentirse discriminado por sus ideas? ¿Estará en su temario Ortega y Gasset? ¿Descubrirá, acaso, que Schopenhauer era de Manresa y Descartes de Palafrugell? ¿Dirá que Erasmo de Rotterdam era, en realidad, Erasme de Rubí? Ahí tendría tema, porque el “Elogio de la locura” casaría por completo con su ideología (…) Condenas de trece años que se reconvierten en jugosos permisos a los que casi nadie tiene acceso en entre la población reclusa y cátedras universitarias.

No sé si nosotros somos los locos, pero que indudablemente somos los tontos, seguro”.

Un lugar donde los delincuentes son sacados de la cárcel sin cumplir ni el 17% de la pena, salen del trullo diciendo “ho tornarem a fer”, el gobierno les busca trabajo y dan clases de pensamiento en una universidad no tiene futuro. Superem el nacionalisme abans no sigui massa tard.

Dolça i embogida Catalunya…



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21 comentarios

  1. Para Teclado: nada, no problem! Un toque al Santxes y “Penales” al momento. Y de paso para aprovechar la llamada se pide algún que otro milloncejo para ser añadido al próximo “suministro” de FLA. Hay que mantener el clima de DIALOGO…

  2. Junqueras es un delincuente, no me cabe duda. Pero no tiene la culpa de que las circunstancias (100.2) le sean favorables, quien si la tiene es el PSOE, éste es el que ha permitido estemos viviendo la situació política actual. El miserable Sánchez, y sus barones, tan miserables como él, sin ninguna dignidad como lo han demostrado, ni Egea, ni Rodríguez de la Borbolla se han ido del partido como anunciaron, ahora callan y si no lo hacen, muy veladamente se manifiestan en contra. No hay un socialista honrado, nadie que vote al psoe puede serlo.
    Nadie con conciencia y sabiendo como está en el poder estos Sres. les quisieran mantener en sus poltrona, por lo que entiendo que todos son cómplices del miserable Sánchez.

  3. Millones de españoles asistimos entre asombrados e impotentes a los tejemanejes de un gobierno que realmente no reconocemos como un gobierno español… nos da la impresión de que se están saltándose absolutamente todas leyes y las reglas del juego político.

    No auguro un buen futuro ni para el gobierno ni para nosotros sus gobernados, la verdad.

  4. “Rahola serà l’última en baixar del burro”

  5. JOSE LUIS ESCOBAR: La traición se consuma, Falconetti ha indultado a todos los golpistas del 1-O

  6. ¿ Y cuanto nos cuesta mantener la UVic?

  7. El personaje creo que es un fraude ,solo hay que ver su ignorancia en su debate con el ” catalán tranquilo”.
    Seguro que la Universidad de Vich,se prestigia mucho con las clases de este indivíduo,seguro que estas Universidades son de las que venden títulos y hacen negocio con los fondos de todos los españoles,de estas ya hay unas cuantas y vemos que otorgan títulos másteres y cursos para agrandar el currículum de nuestra casta dirigente,sin asistir,sin elaborar o plagiado.Y mucho profesorado viviendo del cuento y afiliados al prusés.
    Una gran mentira.
    En todo caso le deberían haber dado un trabajo en el campo,de esfuerzo, pues con ese barrigón ¿ como viviría de los frutos del campo y daría de comer a sus hijos?
    A lo mejor está preñado de la república que no existe.Puede .

  8. Alguien me insinuó hace un tiempo que, actualmente, es el “malo” el que triunfa. Con toda probabilidad, quien insinuó ésto no se equivocaba tanto si tenemos en cuenta que, uno de los artífices de la “suspendencia”, ya está dando clases en una Universidad. Es el mundo del revés, y nos da la impresión que se pone al lobo a vigilar el rebaño de ovejas, para ver cuántas se come de un solo bocado, claro, porque no creo sinceramenrte que el tal Junqueras esté preparado para enseñar Pensamiento Occidental. En todo caso, lo que enseñará es la manera de “tornar-ho a fer”,, tal y como ellos dicen…En fin, les enseñar´a los pobres alumnos cómo montar otra “astracanada”

  9. Terminamos por hoy

    In both the U.S. and Britain, another belief – in woman-as-victim – has led us to assume that women are always innocent and men are always perpetrators, which has led us to make our statistics conform to our belief. For example, in the U.S. the most common male style of murdering a spouse is to use a gun to shoot her by himself whilst the most common female style is to hire a contract killer or to poison the husband. However, the male style is recorded as “a husband killing his wife”; the female style is, to begin with, less likely to be discovered (the professional specializes in not being caught) and, if it is discovered, is recorded statistically as a “multiple-offender killing” – there is no record of it as a woman killing a man. Similarly, the belief that women are by nature innocent allowed a women to poison her husband, have him die of a heart attack, not be suspected, and the corpse not be checked for traces of poison. In England and Wales, the greatest number of murder victims are children under the age of one year, most of whom are murdered by their mothers. Yet rather than women becoming part of the murder statistics, these murders are listed in a separate statistical category called “infanticide.” 8)
    The political correctness I discuss in The Myth of Male Power permeates the culture, especially in the universities, in both America and in Britain. In the date rape cases of William Kennedy Smith in the U.S. and Austen Donnellan in Britain, the tabloids ran amok with the man’s name while protecting the anonymity of the accusing woman. In virtually no other criminal investigation is the accuser’s name legally prevented from being revealed even as the name of the accused is revealed. The exception is children – and that, of course, shows up the underlying assumption behind protecting only the woman: she has the same lack of responsibility as a child. Yet she has the right to accuse and the right to be protected by anonymity. We will see in The Myth of Male Power how early feminists (myself included) originally opposed protective legislation for women because we understood that such legislation worked on the concept of woman-as-child.
    The belief in the need to protect the woman’s name and expose the man’s name in rape cases is based on the false assumption that a woman could have no motivation for a false accusation of rape, and that therefore exposing her name would be exposing the victim to double victimization. However, as I discuss in The Myth of Male Power with respect to the U.S. Air Force study that found between 27 percent and 60 percent of the accusations of rape to be false, in a culture that makes a woman feel guilty about being sexual there are many motivations for false accusations. Given that, the problem with a law revealing only the man’s name is that it can also ruin an innocent man’s life. And the very purpose of a trial is not assume ahead of time who is innocent and who is guilty, and therefore not assume ahead of time who needs protection.
    The Donnellan case reveals yet another U.S./British problem: the tendency of the university to become a substitute father for women. Thus the woman who accused Austen Donnellan secured a promise from the college to remove Austen from the college prior to their hearing his account or even corroborating her account. The college became a substitute father to her, turning her into the protected sex and Donnellan into the disposable sex. In The Myth of Male Power I explain why this protection of women deprives women of training for equal responsibility in business and in life. Recently, the feminist establishment has had the power to obtain rights for women when it is to a woman’s advantage and to obtain special protection for women if it is to women’s advantage. Equality has taken a back seat.
    The subscript of political correctness is woman-as-innocent, man-as-perpetrator, and both rely on the underlying belief that men have all the power, as a justification for men and men alone assuming new burdens, while only women receive new options – even sexually. Thus with date rape and sexual harassment on the agenda many men now feel that there is no such thing as safe sex: they’re still expected to take the sexual initiatives, but if they do it too slowly, they’re a wimp; if they do it too quickly, or with the wrong person, or at the wrong time or place, they’re a date rapist or a sexual harasser. Today, a man who puts his penis in a woman’s body puts his life in a woman’s hands. Little did any of us realize that Orwell’s biggest mistake would be his sexism: his portrayal in 1984 of Big Brother, not Big Sister.
    In The Myth of Male Power I look at how we have taken women’s traditional area of sacrifice – raising children – and called it “sacrifice”, while we have taken men’s area of sacrifice – raising money – and called it “power”. This blindness to male obligations has led to a corresponding blindness to the stress men accumulate in their fear of failing to provide enough money to feed their family – stress that leads to higher rates of heart attacks and shorter life spans, more alcoholism, poorer listening skills, fear of therapy and commitment, divorces and suicides. My attempt, in The Myth of Male Power, is to help both sexes understand how, as long as only one sex wins, both sexes lose.

  10. Sigamos con argumentario contra el pensamiento único al que llaman políticamente correcto (la nueva religión dominante en Occidente después del triunfo del marxismo cultural por la incomparecencia de su adversario en las universidades y los medios de desinformación e incomunicación de masas – gracias a conservadores, centristas y liberales que en su inmensa mayoría han desertado de su deber esperando congraciarse con los nuevos amos, por ejemplo, las diptadas del PP elogiando a Malvada Kloakau y a Irene Montero y otras miembras del Frente Popular remasterizado)

    Introduction to the British Edition

    In The Myth of Male Power, I propose a paradigm shift in our assumption that we have lived in a male-dominated, patriarchal sexist world. I am proposing that, in Britain as in the United States, we have lived in a world that has been in various ways both male- and female-dominated, both patriarchal and matriarchal, and more bi-sexist than sexist.
    Why in virtually every country in which there is an increase in the divorce rate is there also an increase in the tendency of the government to become a substitute husband? Why can a female Prime Minister increase her popularity by sending only males to their deaths while a male Prime Minister would never even think of increasing his popularity by sending only females to their deaths? In each case the propensity to protect women – no matter what the cost to men – runs so deep it is invisible, and thus as a form of sexism it is invisible.
    Each chapter of The Myth of Male Power is based on patterns in the male-female dance that are applicable worldwide. Each time I give an American example, readers will readily be able to think of a British parallel. For example, in Britain as in the United States, beauty and success may be defined differently but as in almost all countries, the sex object
    (female) and the success object (male) are each other’s first choice.
    I find what I call a “Stage I versus Stage II” continuum to be a more useful paradigm in understanding the relationship between the sexes than the paradigm of patriarchy versus matriarchy. In Chapter 2 I explain how, in Stage I cultures, both sexes are preoccupied with survival, and when survival-needs dominate, neither sex has power, but roles (her role: raise the children; his role raise the money). In both America and Britain, the first large group to be free from preoccupation with survival were women married to men who were successful enough to free their wives from having to focus on survival needs, so that they could focus instead on the goals of self-fulfillment – Stage II goals. Ironically the income that freed the Stage I woman to become a Stage II woman was provided by men so preoccupied with producing that income that they freed their wives without ever freeing themselves.
    The Myth of Male Power explains how it was this female freedom from oppression that led to women having the time to fight for more options, and how this led in turn, in both Britain and the United States, to the era of the Multi-Option Woman and the No-Option Man. For example, the British Equal Opportunities Commission publication Women and Men in Britain: 1993 points out that, during the child-rearing years of their thirties, over 30 percent of women (against 5 percent of men) do not work at all outside the home.1) Of the 69 percent of women who do, more than half work only part-time. 2) Of course, the woman does more work inside the home, so the distinction is not in the amount of work they do but in the options open to them. When a successful woman marries a successful man and they plan to have children, she generally contemplates three options:

    1) work full time
    2) children full time
    3) some combination of work and children

    He, however, considers three “slightly different” options:

    1) work full time
    2) work full time
    3) work full time

    While these multiple options are most enjoyed by women who have children, the Equal Opportunities Commission also notes that among women who have no dependent children, approximately one-third of those who work do so only part-time. 3) (Overall, 44 percent of all British women who work do so part-time. In comparison to men, British women are over seven times as likely to be part-time workers.4)
    It is this male-female gap – between women’s options and men’s obligations – that creates the male-female power gap of the nineties. A woman’s more varied options allow her to tailor her lifestyle to both her personality and her values; a man’s more rigid options do not allow him to take his personality, his values or his feelings into account – so how can we expect him to be in touch with his feelings? In The Myth of Male Power I call for a paradigm shift in our understanding of power, explaining that power is control over one’s life – not the obligation to earn money so that someone else can spend it.
    The female options and the male obligations, while operating in favour of women on the one hand, operate against women on the other. For example, personnel managers tell us that most people dislike working with statistics and like working with people, which is one reason why we are forced to pay engineers more than language teachers. So a boy who begins to understand that he will have the obligation (not the option) to support a family may prepare himself for a career he likes less but that pays more, such as engineering. He becomes, in Britain, eight times as likely as a woman to enter into a career in engineering or technology; a woman, conversely, is twice as likely to major in languages. 5) Now here’s how this backfires against women: by not preparing women to share financial obligations, we encourage them to take a job they like more but that pays less, making mothers even more likely to be the parents who will leave their jobs when children come, and leaving them economically more dependent on men. It also hurts men because while his salary pays her to love, no one pays him to love. This in both Britain and the U.S., no one pays men to love.
    By not understanding how the expectation to earn more is actually a form of social discrimination against men, the Equal Opportunities Commission sees men’s tendency to choose engineering as a reflection of discrimination against women rather than as a way of also discriminating against men. 6) And this larger blindness to discrimination against men also allows the Commission to deem it discrimination when men dominate a given field, but not when women do.
    In both Britain and America, our denial of the right of men to equal option blinds us to numerous legal inequities, such as the fact that in Britain widowers with children are deprived of state benefits while widows with children are entitled to state benefits; or that a women can receive social security benefits as a dependent, while a man cannot; or that the 700,000 men who become fathers each year have no legal right to time off from work, while mothers do; or that a man who applies for joint custody of his children has an 80 per cent chance of being denied it. 7)
    Similarly, it is only the male parent who has no legal say in whether or not a fetus is aborted. Thus 200,000 fetuses are aborted in Great Britain each year without the father having any right to be informed of the woman’s pregnancy.

  11. Pues adoctrinar a la juventud en la delincuencia, golpismo y malversación.

    Cumplir con el “Programa 2000” que Pujol aprendiera en la escuela alemana nazi.

  12. Yo lo veo más apropiado como profesor en Hogwarts con Voldemore haciendo pócimas

  13. The Myth of Male Power
    Warren Farrell (1993)

    (Back cover)

    The Myth of Male Power will do for men what The Female Eunuch did for women; it articulates, in the most persuasive terms, what millions of men feel but have been unable to express. Warren Farrell insists that, in spite of decades of feminist rhetoric to the contrary, it is men who are the subjugated sex.

    Dr Farrell confronts the double standards which have led to us calling women’s traditional role of child-raising “sacrifice” and man’s traditional role of money-raising “power: earning money that someone else spends while you die sooner is not power. It has been overwhelmingly men who have died for their country – and they have largely had no choice in the matter. Men do the worst jobs; they also dominate the suicide figures. Yet the belief that men have the power continues to keep women from understanding men and men from understanding themselves.

    Gathering incontrovertible evidence to support his argument, Farrell pleads a powerful case for “gender liberation”. He doesn’t want to dismantle feminism, but craves recognition of the fact that, in different ways, men too have been oppressed and damaged by gender roles.

    With a new introduction specially written for the British edition, The Myth of Male Power will shatter every assumption about masculinity and lay the foundations of a truly new equality.

    “Impressive and important. A long overdue rejoinder to women’s cries of ‘victim’ and ‘backlash’.”
    – Nancy Friday

  14. Pero a donde hemos llegado a parar, ¿estamos todos locos? No decian que la justicia funcionaba en este pais? Que la justicia era igual para todos? Pero que es esto. Hasta cuando tendrá que aguantar el pueblo honesto para seguir siendo humillado de esta forma, de que se sigan riendo de nosotros de forma ignominiosa, de que se nos estén m* encima con la sonrisa de superioridad y diciendo. “Aqui se hace lo que a nosotros nos pasa por los c* y a callar” Ya lo dice la biblia que hay pueblos rebeldes, de ‘dura cerviz’. Y los pueblos de dura cerviz solamente aprenden a base de ‘charop de bastó’

  15. Si es dando clases de pensamiento mágico me parece un profesor muy apropiado

  16. Y como puede darlas legalmente si para ser profesor, maestro, monitor etc. te piden penales????

  17. ¡Qué puede enseñar este loco cara cochino y ojituerto en una universidad, por muy cutre que ésta sea! Yo le pondría a limpiar los váteres; con esa nariz torcida y ese morro apretado, seguro que ya estará oliendo bien por dónde se esconde la m…ugre.

  18. ¿De una vez alguien va a tener las narices de hacer público y que quede claro a la población que la “tesis doctoral” de Junqueras es un corta y pega de la de Jaume Carreras de 1946? ¿Qué no tiene ni idea de economía y que todos sus “saberes” no son más que petulancia, afectación y fraude?

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