14 March, 2019

The College Admissions Scandal: Merely Gaming the Game

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Media person #1: “This is outrageous. Rich and famous people are gaming the system!”

Media person #2: “Yes, they are! University admissions must be based on merit, not on money!”

Media person #3: “College seats are being stolen from the smart kids! There must be a top-to-bottom investigation of all college admissions!”

Community activist #1: “Those evil rich people!”

Oh, really? These people have never heard of Affirmative Action? [1]. Thanks to AA, many thousands of unqualified Black and Brown “students” have been admitted to universities since 1964. The reason they were admitted? Their race. Not their grades.

Furthermore, add to AA a real thing known as “grade inflation” (for Black/Brown “students”) and you’ve got a system that has been completely and totally gamed since circa 1980.

(Besides, why would you want your kids to attend college anyway? So that they can be brainwashed by Marxist and feminist professors for $60,000 per year?)


[1] Affirmative Action, an unconstitutional government mandate, came from Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (that Act came from Jews, most especially congressman Emanuel Celler). Title VII bans discrimination in workplaces and “education” facilities based on race or sex, and mandates “quota” hiring and admissions (i.e., the racial makeup of a workplace/school must at least reflect that of the surrounding area and population). “Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a federal law that prohibits employers from discriminating against employees on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, and religion. It generally applies to employers with 15 or more employees, including federal, state, and local governments. Title VII also applies to private and public colleges and universities, employment agencies, and labor organizations.”

  • 3 Responses to “The College Admissions Scandal: Merely Gaming the Game”

    1. fd Says:

      The only reason White students should go to college is to destroy it. Brick and mortar universities are going down. Recruiting students from all over the world keeps the door open for now.

    2. Luke Says:

      Investment tip.

      Buy stocks in companies that produce wood chippers, chain saws, and anything that is 100 times more effective than Z-Kylon B.

    3. BroncoColorado Says:

      The economic model for the so-called ‘liberal arts’ university is well past its sell by date. In late medieval and early renaissance times when books were still scarce and expensive it made sense for students to sit and listen to some fart read in Latin from the works of an established ‘authority’ such as Galen. So why are modern grossly over paid lecturers doing a similar job that was out of date even 200 years ago.
      Admittedly, engineering, science and medical students require a lot of practical and experimental instruction requiring expensive equipment, but even those facilities can be provided at a fraction of the fees being charged to students at American and European universities.
      PS Visited a public library recently? You will have a hard job finding any books, just a few jewspapers and magazines plus lots of blacks and browns banging away on keyboards.