America’s educators have conditioned the young skulls-full-of-mush attending college to believe that it’s moral to take money from high-income earners and give it to those who are poor and less fortunate, i.e., “from each according to his ability to each according to his needs.”
In the 4:54 video below, Oliver Darcy, a recent college graduate, helps credulous college students better understand what it means to take from the haves and redistribute it to the have-nots. He challenges students with good grades to contribute a percentage of their GPA to students with lower GPAs.
“They all earn their GPA. So we asked them if they’d be interested in redistributing the GPA points that they earned to students who may be having trouble getting a high GPA.”
In the 6:23 video below, Darcy asks students to sign a petition to pay their share of the national debt, currently each person owes about $47,000.
“If any civilization is to survive, it is the morality of altruism that men have to reject.”—Ayn Rand
For more on the story, see College Students in Favor of Wealth Distribution Are Asked to Pass Their Grade Points to Other Students.
Petition to Redistribute GPA Scores 4:54 Video