Slate’s “Political Gabfest” yapping away — so smart, so hip. You think any of these blithering lefty intellectuals would seriously criticize sacred Israel, or the token White guy dare to say something that could be construed as not politically correct? Don’t make me laugh hysterically. [INCOG]
By Dr. Patrick Slattery
Okay, so it’s not exactly breaking news that Jewish supremacists have been pushing for massive immigration in order to make whites a minority in America, as they already are in our elite universities. But it can still be breathtaking to see just how brazenly they can promote this agenda without blinking an eye and without facing any protest. Here is a short clip of Jewish journalist Emily Bazelon hailing the prospect of whites becoming a minority in America as “a good thing.” She claims that “We live in a melting pot, immigrant filled society with all different races and we want to keep it that way.” But she doesn’t even want to keep it the way it is now, she wants to change it further. When Colbert mentions that whites are a majority she quickly interrupts him to say that not for long, insisting that “We are going to continue to be more and more diverse, and that’s a good thing.” This statement goes unchallenged. If Colbert had said that America has a white majority and he wants to keep it that way, what kind of reaction you think he would have gotten?
The occasion for the interview was the Supreme Court case on affirmative action at the University of Texas. Bazelon defends the policy by saying that “If you get rid of affirmative action it benefits white people.” Clearly she wouldn’t want to do that. Moreover, she states that “All the research shows that [without affirmative action] there will be fewer blacks and Hispanics.”
Here’s where the hypocrite Jewess says she’s white, when she’s a really a Jew. Ha, ha — it’s all just SO GD FUNNY. Man, I can’t stand these Jew creeps! [INCOG]
At the start of the interview Colbert identified Bazelon as “white,” and so she could appear magnanimous in promoting affirmative action for blacks and Hispanics while acknowledging that it is at the disadvantage of whites. However, she is not actually facing any disadvantage. Jews like Bazelon, who make up just 2% of the population, account for 20-30% of the students admitted to elite universities, often a higher percentage than non-jewish European Americans, who still make up 70% of the population. Talk about “affirmative action!” As unfair as it is that many white kids can’t get into a top school because of official affirmative action in favor of blacks and Hispanics, the biggest damage has to be that official affirmative action is a distraction from this massive unofficial, pro-Jewish affirmative action. What better example of divide and conquer! White students are filing suits claiming that affirmative action for blacks and Hispanics discriminates against them. Asian students, who do not benefit from affirmative action and make up 16% of Harvard and two to three times that at California’s top schools, are filing suits claiming that they are being subjected to quotas by whites. Meanwhile, Jews can have their cake and eat it too, being a magnanimous white trying to lift up disadvantaged minorities one moment, claiming to be a disadvantaged minority the next, while all the time being a super-privileged ruling class. The goyim fight amongst themselves, and nobody dares point a finger at the Jews
How is it that Jews are accepted at rates some 30 times higher in relation to their share of the population than non-Jewish European Americans? Is it really that whites are such imbeciles? Of course not. It’s because faculties and administrations dominated by Jews are reading the applications. And the applications make it clear who is Jewish and who is just plain white. The Common Application, which is used by all leading schools, requires that applicants check a box for race. The religion box is optional, but available to anyone who feels it would be an advantage to fill it in, perhaps because their name does not sound Jewish enough. However, if that were all there was to it, the pro-Jewish discrimination would be too transparent. Bazelon sheds some light on the mechanism. She says that in addition to grades and test scores, schools may choose to consider other “personal attributes,” such as community service, leadership, or the responses to the essay questions that are required. This allows for subjective considerations to trump objective test scores. An applicant can claim involvement in coaching a kids basketball team at the Jewish Community Center or raising money for a Jewish charity. Who’s to say how this should be assessed? As for the essay questions, here is one from last year’s application:
“A range of academic interests, personal perspectives, and life experiences adds much to the educational mix. Given your personal background, describe an experience that illustrates what you would bring to the diversity in a college community, or an encounter that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you.”
How is a white kid from Iowa supposed to answer what he would bring to the diversity in a college community? How do you think the Jews on the admissions committed would respond if he said “I’m a white Christian, that would make me something of a rarity on your campus.”?
Let’s ask Emily Bazelon what kind of diversity she brings.
She went to Israel straight out of college, married a Jewish man (so much for her melting pot), gave her kids Jewish names, clerked for a Jewish judge after law school, took an AIPAC-financed junket to Israel to get “background information” on the Palestinian issue, works for a Jewish on-line magazine [Slate], and says Palestinians don’t engage in non-violence because its not in their nature.
That’s the kind of diversity that Ivy League schools really seem to like their students to bring to their college communities!