White-Baiting ‘College’ on the Skids

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What do you suppose they major in?

In 2017 Evergreen State College, in Washington, held a “Day of Absence” in which white people were told they could not be on the campus that day. A white professor who showed up to teach his class was threatened by leftist goons with baseball bats.

Can you imagine the uproar if they’d said, “No black people allowed on campus today”?

Amazingly, some parents actually got the idea that this wasn’t such a great place to send their sons and daughters, after all. Since then, Evergreen’s annual student enrollment has been steadily going down, down, down (https://www.thecollegefix.com/as-evergreen-states-enrollment-continues-to-tank-it-hosts-white-blaming-equity-symposium/).

Instead of the usual thousand or so, this year’s freshman enrollment at Evergreen is only 260. Overall enrollment is down some 40 percent.

But did they learn their lesson? Uh-uh. This month, they held an “Evergreen Equity Symposium” replete with a plethora of “workshops” denouncing white people as the culprits for, well, everything that’s bad. Can you say “unwelcoming environment”? And of course “equity” is one of those words that doesn’t mean what you or the dictionary think it means, when leftids use it.

Hopefully this college will soon sink out of sight, and be followed by others. Let it truly be said, “So perish all who do the same.”

P.S.–Purposely sowing strife among people who would otherwise be at peace with one another is a sin.

6 comments on “White-Baiting ‘College’ on the Skids

  1. That’s the interesting thing; the Left is starting to find itself victims of its own policies. They don’t seem to realize that people have choices and that they can, and will, vote with their feet. So what’s next? Will people continue to support causes that have overplayed their hand? It’s one thing to talk about transforming society, but it’s not so much fun when it impacts you personally. When some idealist’s kid can’t go to his or her classes because they are discriminated against in the name of equality they might decide to take a different approach. I have never understood why some people think that the answer to discrimination is more discrimination. Everyone deserves a fair chance, plain and simple.

    1. “Transforming society”–they always want the same thing: power and wealth for them, poverty and subservience for us. There are no exceptions to this rule.

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