Here is her email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I sent her a rather sharp letter about her blatant racism and told her I am going to contact her school to see if she can be removed. Here is her entire editorial:
Everyone knows a white boy with shiny brown hair and a saccharine smile that conceals his great ambitions. He could be in Grand Strategy or the Yale Political Union. Maybe he’s the editor-in-chief of the News. He takes his classes. He networks. And, when it comes time for graduation, he wins all the awards.
One day, I’ll turn on the television — or, who knows, maybe televisions will be obsolete by this point — and I’ll see him sitting down for his Senate confirmation hearing. Yes, he’ll be a bit older, with tiny wrinkles sprouting at the corners of his eyes and a couple of gray hairs jutting out of the top of his widow’s peak. But that smile, that characteristic saccharine smile, will remain the same.
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.
And, when I’m watching him smile that smile, I’ll think that I could have stopped it.
No, not everyone at Yale is evil. Not everyone is out to get you, and not every request to get a meal has an ulterior motive. But I’ve felt particularly introspective as graduation approaches. The Kavanaugh trial was months ago, but still has an indelible effect on me. Upon seeing the recent movie, Vice, the thought of my classmates’ future actions came to my mind again. I won’t get into the specifics of the movie here, but it discusses how certain foreign policy decisions made by the Bush administration endangered the lives of Iraqi citizens and made insurgency movements worse. Dick Cheney attended Yale for a time too, even if he didn’t actually graduate. It put the power of this institution into perspective, and led me to reckon with the fact that many of us will become extremely influential. Some of our peers will sit in war rooms with red buttons, capable of making life-or-death decisions in a split second. All of these things made me ask myself: What will the classmates who made those unintentional utterances, those subtle racist remarks, those assaults toward women, be doing on the eve of our 15th reunion?
Will they be high officials? CEOs of large companies? Presidents, even?
Probably. What is to be done about this situation? I’m not sure that the administration cares much about changing it. Surely, Yale needs rich — and notable — alumni to donate in order to keep the school afloat, but what do I know? I’m not in charge of the endowment. I don’t write the glossy pamphlets touting the seemingly countless resources that Yale has to offer.
This problem begins far before our classmates graduate, and we need to call them out on their transgressions — boldly and publicly. Anna Blech’s ’19 column on Daniel Tenreiro-Braschi ’19 was a good example of this. We should make instances of sexual assault and harassment public knowledge. Whisper networks, which are known as private chains of information which pass along knowledge of sexual assault, are useful, but insufficient in spreading information about indiscretions.
I think that we need to continue to call our classmates out, but it’s still not enough. After all, it wasn’t enough to stop Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
To be honest, I’m not sure what the solution is. This expands beyond vocalizing problems about sexual assault: The core of this problem has to do with our values. The problem isn’t just the Yale administration; it’s Yale students. 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.
No need to comment about this very racist published editorial that was not censored by the supervisors of this vicious, racist female. No, this was published and the publisher and the editors are all complicit in this criminally vicious, racist editorial. But then, the NYT hired an Asian woman who is an extreme racist calling for the mass murder of white males, too.
This is seeping out of our ‘schools’ and was encouraged by our ‘institutions of higher learning’ which are all now taken over by rank Maoist females who hate men and want to destroy civilization.
Here is a reminder about the gang of shrieking female Yale law students attacking Congressmen:
These insane females were demanding a suspension of the rule of law and to punish men who are merely accused, with zero evidence, of minor sexual encounters that hurt no one. ‘Touching’ is the New Rape.
Outright rape is OK if the rapist supports feminists inside the DNC. This is also a warning to all young men: interact with these crazy women at your own peril. They are hunting you all down and hope to destroy you, not marry you all.
Pennsylvania needs to provide funding and incentives and take other actions to fight a worsening “public safety crisis” resulting from a dramatic decline in volunteer firefighters during the last 40 years in the state – and nationally – according to a report released Wednesday.
About 300,000 people volunteered as firefighters in Pennsylvania in the 1970s, but that number has dwindled to fewer than 38,000, due in part to more time demands, an aging population, and societal shifts, said the commission of Pennsylvania lawmakers, municipal officials, and emergency service professionals that produced the report.
Nearly all of these volunteers are white males. 90% of the fire companies in Pennsylvania are volunteer. In my own NY small town, it is volunteer and people are very proud of our little fire department. They have saved our village from destruction more than once.
Note the solution: subsidize students for volunteering. Oh, I can hear the screeches of all the leeches who want everything for free and nothing for white males! Because, it is sadly obvious who will be asking for this: white males.
Not too many young ladies want to be firemen nor plumbers or for that matter, do heavy construction work like myself. The flood of women into the art of building stuff: crickets.
Lawmakers introduced more than a dozen bills to support firefighters and EMS agencies this legislative session. Of those, one bill — compensating EMS agencies for services even if they don’t transport anyone to a hospital — made it to the governor’s desk and will become law. Legislators plan to reintroduce the others.
I can guess what has happened: the people representing the leeches in the cities refused to pass these bills but only one minor bill was actually passed. Good grief. Meanwhile, Philadelphia continues to slide off the cliff as white males flee.
White women flee, too. Guess why? They do not want their darlings to go to school in the cities where black and Hispanic children run riot. They are terrified of blacks and Hispanics…when it comes to their own darlings.
I saw this all the time in NYC: the white leftist females all sent their kiddies to private schools or moved to the suburbs the minute the second child reached school age. Even black Yale educated females would flee black school systems the minute they had good money working for the evil white males. SOTU speech fun:
DNC women applaud only themselves. Note how they look at each other to decide if to cheer or not because they sat sullen during the entire speech by Trump. And funny: Trump teases them for finally applauding for only themselves. Too stupid to see how funny he was, they returned to being sullen and annoyingly childish.