“University calls the amount of white people on campus a ‘failure,’ asks for ideas on how to have fewer”
Looking for ways to limit whites on campus isn’t racism, you see. It’s a push for “diversity” — because, let’s face it, all white people have the same ideas, same social experiences, same nurtured backgrounds, and are essentially carbon copies of one another, a kind of pale horde, indistinguishable from one another and therefore, because of sheer numbers, overdetermined on university campuses.
To argue otherwise just proves how racist you are. QED!
A school-wide questionnaire at Western Washington University (WWU) asked the community “How do we make sure that in future years ‘we are not as white as we are today?’”
The question, released through the communications and marketing department’s daily newsletter Western Today, comes on the heels of admonishments given in multiple convocation addresses by WWU President Bruce Shepard for the university’s “failure” to be less white.
“Every year, from this stage and at this time, you have heard me say that, if in decades ahead, we are as white as we are today, we will have failed as university,” Shepard said in the 2012 speech.
And in a recent blog post on WWU’s website, Shepard echoes these sentiments, saying those who do not agree “have not thought through the implications of what is ahead for us or, more perniciously, assume we can continue unchanged.”
Listening to this pablum, or the incoherent race baiting of people like Nancy Pelosi, who sequester themselves in the most gentrified of areas, freezing out the minority element they claim to champion but truly despise, save for how they can use them as props in election year demagoguery, leads me to believe that, yes, Chris Matthews is absolutely correct: Racism is all around us, and we’re swimming in it.
Of course, what he doesn’t tell you that it is he and the progressive race-baiters and race hustlers and identity politics front groups that make up that particular mire we’re increasingly being forced to paddle through.