Friday, February 18, 2011

Description of Christians by UC Davis

This was discovered by The Pearcey Report.  It is from World Net Daily, and it was discovered on UC Davis' website; it's their official 'Glossary'.  The original article "University Defines Christians as Oppressors".  In the article, they have the original link which is supposed to take you to the glossary, but it looks like they took it down as of the time of this post.  

Below is 500 - Internal Server Error message I got.  

500 - Internal server error.

There is a problem with the resource you are looking for, and it cannot be displayed.

Google though, stores cached pages, and below is the link to page that was stored.  It may not be any good anymore?  I'm not sure how long they are stored, or if it is overwritten when they correct the page, and new cached version of the page is shown.  Now what they hoped when you looked it up is that most people will say that they couldn't find it, and go away.  The link still showed this when I posted this up on Friday morning.

This link does have the offending remarks, as it is a snapshot of the page made earlier, and there is even a notice at the top of the page:

This is Google's cache of It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on Feb 14, 2011 06:53:46 GMT. 

UC Davis on their site, which is an official glossary which they describe their official Glossary:


Words hold power beyond their meanings. A term used in one context or by a certain group may constitute a slur or insult in another context or to someone else. Their meanings also evolve and often cannot be fully described in a few sentences.
With that in mind, this glossary is not an exhaustive list or definitive collection of definitions. Rather, it draws from academic sources used by other universities as a starting point to understand terms related to community, diversity and identity.  

and if you go down the glossary to Religion it shows this as their official definition.  How nice, but what else can you expect from the left coast...  

Religion: 1. An organized belief system based on certain tenets of faith. 2. A belief in a supreme supernatural force or god(s)
Religious/Spiritual Discrimination - The loss of power and privilege to those who do not practice the dominant culture's religion. In the United States, this is institutionalized oppressions toward those who are not Christian.
Click here to see a PDF of their Glossary as of the cached date.  I copied it, and made a PDF of it.  So if it changed, you'll know why.  It's full of other definitions that are not shared by that most of the people who live between New York, and Los Angeles.

Random Stuff for 2/18/2011:
  1. The more I read about this, the more I can't believe the horror that these poor, and desperate women went through, The Gosnell Case and American Abortion Law.
  2. The article starts with, "The Obama administration has revoked nearly all the conscience protections put in place by the Bush administration".  This is an abuse of executive power,
  3. Wisconsin teachers showing that they really need to be working in some other type of employment; they're hiring at McDonalds, and 

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