Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Chronicle of Higher Education: Racism is Good, as Long as It’s Anti-White Racism

Affirmative Action Is About Helping All of Us
By Elizabeth Anderson
May 29, 2011

It's no secret that race-based affirmative action in higher education faces a crisis of legitimacy. It has been banned in California, Florida, Michigan, Washington, Arizona, and Nebraska. Even as the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of affirmative action in 2003 in
Grutter v. Bollinger, the justices expressed an expectation that the policy would soon no longer be needed, practically inviting relitigation. Although the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

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Let’s see. Affirmative action is:

1. Unconstitutional, in violating the 14th Amendment;
2. Illegal, in violating the 1964 U.S. Civil Rights Act, in discriminating against people, based on race;
3. A moral outrage, in its violation of fundamental notions of fairness;
4. Economically destructive, in costing the American tax base trillions of dollars;
5. Destructive of the public sphere, which becomes no more than a means for racially privileged incompetents to steal from the competent but racially disadvantaged;
6. Destructive of the private sphere, as well, as the public sphere coerces it to adopt the same practices;
7. Based on deception, as one must always lie about the qualifications of blacks and Hispanics;
8. Destructive of science, in order to coerce it to cover for #7;
9. Bringing about an Idiocracy, as intelligent people must conform to both continuous and changing lies demanded by stupid, racist, blacks and Hispanics, and;
10. Deadly, due to other people who are variously incompetent, and/or negligent, and/or malevolent, being given responsibility over life-and-death situations (e.g., policemen, firemen, nurses, doctors).

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