Yale Publishes Guide To Destroying “White Boy Lives”
HERE’S WHAT anti-White Negress Isis Davis-Marks, columnist for the venerable publication the Yale Daily News, has in mind for Yale College kids:
When I’m watching the white boy — who is now a white man by this point — on CNN, I’ll remember a racist remark that he said, an unintentional utterance that he made when he had one drink too many at a frat party during sophomore year. I’ll recall a message that he accidentally left open on a computer when he forgot to log out of iMessage, where he likened a woman’s body to a particularly large animal. I’ll kick myself for forgetting to screenshot the evidence.
We allow things to skate by. We forget. We say, “No, he couldn’t have done that,” or, “But he’s so nice.” No questions are asked when our friends accept job offers from companies that manufacture weapons or contribute to gentrification in cities. We merely smile at them and wave as we walk across our residential college courtyards and do nothing. Thirty years later, we kick ourselves when it’s too late.
But I can’t do that anymore — I can’t let things slip by. I’m watching you, white boy. And this time, I’m taking the screenshot.
So here we have the lovely state of affairs at Yale University, which gave this mediocrity — after a clearly cosseted upbringing among the elites — an admission slot.
She’s urging her fellow students to follow White males around, monitor them, spy on them, screenshot them, and document everything they do, in the hopes of ruining their careers at some point 30 years down the line.
It doesn’t take long for political correctness policing to start turning into the tactics of the Stasi. Here she says she would like to get an early start through thought-police tactics starting at Yale, to ensure that she can make charges stick. The records on P.C. transgressions will be made, the records will be kept, and the records pulled out at the convenient times to ensure that no one from Yale succeeds should he have the temerity of being a White male. As an aside, the fraud potential of this is pretty impressive. But the idea of being monitored by who knows whom, and recorded by resentful and bitter fellow students, really is something. Obviously, that should end the social capital of the place — no one will be able to trust anyone, and what is P.C. today might just be different from what is P.C. tomorrow, so the potential for harm is amazing. And everyone at Yale, presumably thinking about his future career, will from now on be on his toes, much as East Germans were during the Stasi era.
It’s frankly pretty chilling. What’s more, she’s likely to get away with it, having mastered the use of race and sex cards all her life as chits to power and always being rewarded for them. Now she finds it’s not enough. The tactics must be turbocharged with Stasi tactics, making everyone as bitter and resentful as she is, despite the opportunities she’s had.
One can imagine that with this free-form self-appointed Stasi proposal she’s made for everyone at Yale, she’s going to be screen-shot, too. What a nice place Yale is going to be.
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