D'Souza to be Sent to Re-education Camp

It seems that Dinesh D’Souza’s problem is that his mindset is not up to date. He believes in such antiquarian notions as freedom of speech and worst of all he admires the U.S. Founding Fathers. The man is obviously sick and in need of “therapeutic counseling.” This according Judge Richard M. Berman of Federal District Court in Manhattan who sentenced D’Souza, the conservative author and filmmaker of documentaries highly critical of President Obama. He was sentenced to five years probation and eight months in a “community confinement center” where he would be required to “undergo” therapeutic counseling. As the judge noted, D’Souza “just doesn’t get it.” And this therapeutic counseling? About campaign fraud? Methinks not. D’Souza is fully cognizant that he violated the law and faults himself and admits he rightfully must receive appropriate punishment. The counseling is for his antediluvian mindset.

Undergo?

Translation: he is to be PCd, multicultured, homophiled, and Zinned. The last being probably the most important. He is to be made to understand that it is U.S. imperialism, racism and sexism, nationalism, supremacism, and jingoism that is responsible for the mess the world is in now. This is especially true in the Mideast where justifiable Arab rage is wreaking havoc. It is a case of chickens coming home to roost. Moreover, he is to be made to realize that the real U.S. Founding Fathers are Saul Alinsky, Jeremiah Wright, and Jane Fonda. In short, he is to be made to see that being an American is nothing to be proud of.

Theodore Dalrymple, one of the truly great essayists of our time, was quick to pick up on the Orwellian thought-control implications of “therapeutic counseling” for those who are critical of their government. He notes that, “The Soviets thought that dissent was crime and crime was disease: therefore, with them, dissent was disease.” Are we there yet?

It seems that Dinesh D’Souza’s problem is that his mindset is not up to date. He believes in such antiquarian notions as freedom of speech and worst of all he admires the U.S. Founding Fathers. The man is obviously sick and in need of “therapeutic counseling.” This according Judge Richard M. Berman of Federal District Court in Manhattan who sentenced D’Souza, the conservative author and filmmaker of documentaries highly critical of President Obama. He was sentenced to five years probation and eight months in a “community confinement center” where he would be required to “undergo” therapeutic counseling. As the judge noted, D’Souza “just doesn’t get it.” And this therapeutic counseling? About campaign fraud? Methinks not. D’Souza is fully cognizant that he violated the law and faults himself and admits he rightfully must receive appropriate punishment. The counseling is for his antediluvian mindset.

Undergo?

Translation: he is to be PCd, multicultured, homophiled, and Zinned. The last being probably the most important. He is to be made to understand that it is U.S. imperialism, racism and sexism, nationalism, supremacism, and jingoism that is responsible for the mess the world is in now. This is especially true in the Mideast where justifiable Arab rage is wreaking havoc. It is a case of chickens coming home to roost. Moreover, he is to be made to realize that the real U.S. Founding Fathers are Saul Alinsky, Jeremiah Wright, and Jane Fonda. In short, he is to be made to see that being an American is nothing to be proud of.

Theodore Dalrymple, one of the truly great essayists of our time, was quick to pick up on the Orwellian thought-control implications of “therapeutic counseling” for those who are critical of their government. He notes that, “The Soviets thought that dissent was crime and crime was disease: therefore, with them, dissent was disease.” Are we there yet?