Ethnic cleansing back on the agenda at University of California
By Stanley Womack, ResistingDefamation.org
Well, all those disappointed state and local government agencies need pine after the old days no more. The San Jose Mercury News reports:-
Under-represented minorities groups. That’s a new phrase, even from Lisa Krieger, who we at RD judge to be one of, if not the, most consistent purveyer of anti-white American hate-journalism at San Jose Mercury News. What it signals is a new wedge for ethnic cleansing.
“Under-representation” is pretty hard-left stuff. Of course it’s predicated on the illusion that, say, Tongans - an ethnic group with an average IQ of 87 - must be numerically represented at all levels of the educational system. Because every group has the same potential, right? And if one group (or even three) is “under-represented” we all know who’s to blame and who will have to pay.
In reality, it is white Americans who are seriously under-represented on UC-Berkeley’s campus. UC-Berkeley’s own figure of 31% for whites does not exclude Jews. But College Confidential website lists the Jewish student total at 13%. If we allow for a couple of percent of the Jewish element to be shy about ethnicity (ie, “not stated”), this is probably a more accurate ethnic breakdown:-
African American: 3.4%
Bear in mind, also, that the Pacific Islanders are unlikely to account for more than 1% of the near 35,000 students on campus. So Asians account for 40%+.
As you read Krieger’s article note the rhetoric of Tongan love for Tongan: “It is a labor of love, rooted in creating social change.” Note the easy linkage to progressive politics. For Krieger, condemning intelligent white Americans to fewer and fewer educational opportunities is “just” and “fair”.
In its way, her article is a highly professional piece of work. It is also the kind of rhetoric that white Americans need to learn to use - seriously, I mean it - if we are ever to defend against such attacks.
Krieger is still required by the standards of her profession to pursue an appearance, at least, of balance in the article. She quotes Sharon Browne. Briefly.
So is it possible, in Jamie Vargas’ estimation, to be an intelligent white American of student age and “disadvantaged”? But we know, because we have already heard the lecture about White Privilege.
Krieger finishes her article in style, returning to “the outsourcing of affirmative action”:-
For the avoidance of doubt, here‘s a bio and picture of UC-Berkeley’s director of undergraduate admissions.
Welcome to ethnic cleansing, California-style
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