DREXEL U. PROFESSOR Suffers From ‘Godless Moral Superiority Syndrome’ — And It Ain’t Pretty

Written by Allan Erickson on April 1, 2017

George Ciccariello-Maher, Drexel University professor, first made a name for himself a few months ago tweeting: “All I want for Christmas is white genocide. “ He followed this performance recently with another tweet: “Some guy gave up his first class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him. I’m trying not to vomit or yell about Mosul.”

Like many far left, arrogant know-it-alls, George suffers from GMSS: godless moral superiority syndrome. In other words, George is his own god, and he wants to be your god too. As god, he is schooled in trying to make people feel guilty, not for their own behavior, but for the behavior of others, insisting we all ignore his behavior.

Thus, in George’s GMSS-soaked mind, anyone who honors a soldier is a dope and a dupe, as are all soldiers. This is true for George because he witnesses civilian casualties, and being morally superior, he leverages that witness to elevate himself and demean others. Very godlike, if you are a man-god.

For George, death in Mosul is the fault of people in power, unless it was Obama, at which point George is silent. After all, one man-god does not judge or criticize another man-god. It just would not be proper.

Strange how George the man-god condemns us for Mosul, refusing to blame the real culprits, ISIS, after calling for mass killing of all white people at Christmas. How is that for a moral code? Sounds more like demonic deception to the rest of us sinners.

And to think this man-god is paid to teach your children how to learn, and reason, and assume responsible citizenship.

(FYI George, the American soldier mourns civilian casualties more than you ever will, for his mourning is genuine, while yours is conjured up to use as a weapon.)

In truth, George is the real war criminal, calling for genocide, and sounding just like ISIS.

Image; https://panampost.com/victoria-henderson/2014/03/03/venezuela-democratic-country-western-hemisphere/

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Allan Erickson
Allan Erickson---Christian, husband, father, journalist, businessman, screenwriter, and author of The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence, Tate Publishing, 2012.