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Libwhack SIU-C fails to promote world-renowned speaker…probably because it doesn’t fit the narrative

Posted by on Monday, September 10th, 2018 @ 12:18 pm.

Poster at the Co-Op

CARBONDALE, Ill. - One thing you can always count on a liberal university to do these days is to stifle opposing views to the university's worldview and subsequent agenda.

That appears to be the case in the matter of an upcoming speaker at the school, Southern Illinois University located in Carbondale.

Michael A. Cremo's upcoming presentation at SIU-C can't be found on any search engine; we know, we've been kind of interested in the false narrative promoted by most school systems (evolution) and how the actual archaeological finds of ancient structures found all over the world disprove such a theory (it is, after all, only a theory, as there's nothing "evolving" right now) and when we came upon the poster shown here, we started looking into Cremo's appearance. 

We can't find reference to it at all. Had we not been at the Neighborhood Co-Op Friday, we wouldn't have known about it.

Does SIU-C have a marketing problem? Probably. That might explain why enrollment is down AGAIN this year (well, that and all the unsolved or negligibly-addressed murders and other crimes in Carbondale), a trend that's only going to continue unless someone gets their head out of their dank interior parts.

We'd like to go to Cremo's presentation. We don't agree with his spiritual affiliations (we're just not into those Eastern belief systems, even those that promote yoga. Okay, especially those who promote yoga. That's just weird), but we absolutely don't ascribe to evolution. There's too much evidence against it, and too much evidence FOR some of the premises Cremo poses...those premises involving giants in ancient history as the builders of locales like Gobekli Tepe in Turkey and Machu Pichu in Peru, and that all ancient civilizations were wiped out by one extinction level event (the great flood), both of which are Biblically supported (that's why we like this stuff.) Here's a vid of Cremo:


We're hoping to get to go to this presentation. It apparently isn't going to be terrifically crowded...there's barely a word mentioned about it around Carbondale except for a few posters in sort-of out-of-the-way place. In the meantime...SIU-C and Carbondale need to get with the program. This is southern Illinois, not Chicago. People actually are open to new ideas (and for the most part, our citizens don't for a second like the premise of evolution and, again for the most part, do believe the Bible as historical fact). SIU-C needs to promote ALL ideas, not just the libwhack slant, and maybe - just maybe - they'll start seeing their numbers rise again.

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