1 07 2017

The Bronx

My biggest fan and V-Dare have the scoop.

Putting all the pieces together, he was basically another Charles Lee “Cookie” Thornton, one of these Dunning-Kruger Effect affirmative action type blacks who are constantly pandered to and groveled to, and then the one time they’re told no, they go postal.


BT University

1 06 2017

Washington, D.C.

Campus Reform:

Profs pledge to ‘decolonize curricula’ to fight ‘privilege’


Professors at American University have penned an open letter to black female students, vowing to add more “minority voices” and “intersectional studies” to their classes.

“Dear Sisters” was published by a group of 18 AU professors in the school newspaper The BlackPrint, a student-run newspaper that describes itself as a “safe space for people of color” to learn about campus news and to “stay woke.”

The professors begin their letter by asserting that the campus may feel “hostile” and “dangerous” for black female students because of the “stresses of living amid White supremacy and fighting for social change.”

What they mean is the stress of having term papers, course projects, senior projects and finals.

Haven’t you ever noticed that it seems like black bodies start bitching about oppression on campus every December and May?  Just when term papers are due and when finals happen.

The end game is a bunch of easy no-work courses for black bodies. That way, they’ll get to spend eight semesters doing the whoa are our oppressed black bodies thing, on their way to a degree, at which time, the black women who get them will be able to use that to get hired either into a government body, a NGO, a non-profit, corporate HR, or, with a little bit of grad school, right back into academia itself. On top of that, their degrees will be used as evidence for their incessant refrain that “we’z beez da most edumacated group.”

Social Justice Hustle (“How I Got Into Harvard”)

30 05 2017

Los Angeles; Boston


Chase Aldridge, the leading hitter for Harvard-Westlake’s baseball team, is headed to Harvard University. He grew up in Ladera Heights, went to a public elementary school, then enrolled at a private middle school in Palisades.

So began his journey straddling two environments as an African American teenager.

In an application essay to Harvard, he wrote: “My dad would come every year and teach about the Negro Leagues. Activities like this served both the purpose of informing others of the history of various different people, and also a sign of how I fit in the school community.

Just to make sure the Harvard admissions committee knows he’s black, because his name doesn’t sound stereotypically black, load up the application essay with “I’m black y’all.”  And also, because he’s a domestic black that plays baseball, that’s got the dork in Orlando with a fax machine all orgasmic.

The good news is that, four years from now, he’ll be attending the black-only Harvard graduation ceremony.

About that:

“The primary reason we wanted to do this is we really wanted to come together to celebrate Harvard black excellence and brilliance. … This is really an opportunity for students to build fellowship and build a community.”

Actually, it’s more of a networking opportunity for those who now expect to be black for a living.


Unfortunately, most students do not seem to feel that they are part of the college community. UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute found that only 28.7 percent of seniors graduating from baccalaureate institutions strongly agreed that they have a sense of belonging to their college community.

That’s really not new.  For the most part, Americans have way more socio-academic fealty toward their high school than their college.  Quick:  How many quinquennial/decennial high school reunions and college reunions have you gone to?  Right.

The Words “Short Bus” Come to Mind

9 05 2017


Of course there was a blacks-only graduation ceremony at Harvard.

The affirmative action students want to celebrate being gifted a degree in a “studies” major, don’t they?

Diversity Hot Potato

5 04 2017

Menlo Park, California

Why is Faceberg hypocritically demanding the kind of diversity in the law firms it hires that it won’t demand of itself?

The answer might be along the same lines of Mark Zuckerbook opposing international border walls but building them around his houses.

It’s because elitist hypocrisy isn’t hypocrisy when you’re an elite.

Another thing going on here is that FB is offloading its diversity requirements on its contractors while hogging all the good PR about Silicon Valley diversity all to itself.  Because it’s a lot easier to find black women lawyers than it is to find black women web coders and developers.

Affirmative Action In Law Enforcement

27 03 2017


Even though this gives us the mugshots of the corrupt cops, the body of the text itself downplays the blackness of the cops and softpedals the fact that the “victims” are habitual thugs who aren’t innocent overall even if they just happened to be framed for these particular raps.

To review:  Affirmative action black cops, who weren’t shaking down your 90-year old white grandmother on her way to church.

News From 2002

16 03 2017



Groups call Enterprise Bank minority lending commitment ‘groundbreaking’

Community groups describe as “groundbreaking” a new community benefits agreement with Enterprise Bank and Trust that commits to lending hundreds of millions of dollars in low-income areas.

And then, blah blah blah blah blah minorities.

Spoiler alert:  It ends with a yuge financial crash followed by a great recession followed by Enterprise Bank and Trust going belly-up.