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The most redolent Who We Are Now story of 2017 has been the Social Justice Warrior stabbing spree in Berkeley featuring a stabby Latinx Studies major who only answers to the pronoun They. They has been charged with randomly murdering an old-fashioned Berkeley hippie chick folksinger and less randomly attempting to murder a fellow campus SJW.

From the San Francisco Chronicle:

UC Berkeley student charged with murder in stabbing rampage
By Jenna Lyons, San Francisco Chronicle Updated 6:37 pm, Tuesday, January 17, 2017

A 22-year-old UC Berkeley student arrested in connection with the stabbing death of a woman and the stabbing of another in a Berkeley rampage was charged with murder and attempted murder Tuesday afternoon.

Pablo Gomez Jr. of North Hollywood appeared at a brief hearing at the Wiley Manuel Courthouse in Oakland, where the arraignment in the case was postponed until Feb. 1.

Gomez was charged with murder in the slaying of 27-year-old Emilie Inman, a musician and science teacher who worked in Lafayette. Gomez was also charged with attempted murder in connection with the stabbing of another woman, Kiana Lailin Schmitt, who has UC Berkeley ties, according to court documents released Tuesday.

An article in Berkeleyside said that Gomez, a Latinx Studies major whose friends demand They be referred to as “they,” broke into and robbed a third woman’s home (who remains unidentified). Also, Berkeleyside said of the poor dead woman, Emilie Inman, who was allegedly murdered by They:

Authorities have said Inman did not know Gomez prior to the attack.

Governor, Zillionaire, They

Obviously, if They were a white Trump supporter who had recently had their picture taken with the governor of Texas and one of the billionaire Koch Brothers and then murdered a female immigrant of color, the story of they’s rampage would be world famous by this point.

But because They is a leftist activist lately photographed chumming around with Democrats Jerry Brown and Tom Steyer and the immigrant woman he murdered was white, well, who cares?

One question I’ve been asking is: How much evidence is there that They’s stabby outburst consisted of hate crimes? Was They motivated by hatred of whites, the female sex, heterosexuals, or what?

The San Francisco Chronicle’s identification of a victim who survived, Kiana Schmitt, the bullhorned blond with somewhat East Asian features in the photo above from the San Jose Mercury News last fall, complicates the picture.

Schmitt’s Linked-In bio is a model of Social Justice Warrior careerism:

I believe that words are the most powerful weapons. As a writer, editor, nationally-ranked public speaker and spoken word poet, and community organizer, I seek to use mine to create positive social change.

A senior UC Berkeley undergraduate student majoring in Rhetoric with a concentration in Public Discourse, and minoring in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies, I am most intrigued by the way people employ language as rhetorical force to perpetuate violence, inequality, and disenfranchisement of historically underrepresented communities. I am passionate about uplifting marginalized voices, and telling their stories authentically through multimedia and digital marketing.

Experience
Admissions Coordinator
UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

… • Manage recruitment efforts such as the Johnathan Rodgers Fellowship for high-achieving students from underrepresented minorities. …

Director of Marketing and Communications
CalSLAM
August 2016 – Present (6 months)San Francisco Bay Area
Since 2001, CalSLAM has remained the premier spoken word poetry organization of UC Berkeley and the United States, as champions of the very first College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI) national competition. CalSLAM won the competition again in 2004, and has consistently made semi-final and final stages, as well earning awards and recognition for individual poets each year. Our mission is to create a safe space for all students and community members to explore and share their stories. …

UC Berkeley Division of Student Affairs
Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Peer Educator
UC Berkeley Division of Student Affairs
August 2016 – Present (6 months)San Francisco Bay Area
The PATH (Prevention, Advocacy, Training, and Healing) to Care Center provides affirming, empowering, and confidential support for survivors and those who have experienced gendered violence, including: sexual harassment, dating and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual exploitation. …

Berkeley Student Cooperative | Consent Education Working Group
Peer Educator
Berkeley Student Cooperative | Consent Education Working Group …
A current member and one of eight members of the inaugural Consent Education Working Group with the Berkeley Student Cooperative (BSC). The purpose of the group is to improve consent education and violence prevention efforts within the BSC and promote critical, continuous dialogue. The BSC is a 501c3 nonprofit housing cooperative that aims to provide affordable housing to low-income students at UC Berkeley and other Bay Area colleges who might not otherwise be able to afford a university education.

• As a Peer Educator, my areas of expertise include: Consent, Anti-Oppression, Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Prevention, Grievance Policies and Procedures, and Survivor Resources …

Bay Area Youth Summit
Member of the Board of Directors …
Bay Area Youth Summit (BAYS) is the first entirely youth-led LGBTQIA* non-profit organization in the world. We believe that every young person has the power and capacity to create safe environments for LGBTQ* youth as well as effect change towards collective liberation. We stand in solidarity with those subjugated demographics that do not receive the appropriate recognition and respect afforded to other demographics within the larger LGBTQ* community. Each year, BAYS hosts a free, day-long youth empowerment conference that seeks to promote social activism and solidarity among queer and allied youth in the Bay Area ages 13-25. …

Oscar Wilde House
Community Manager …
Oscar Wilde House is the nation’s first and oldest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA+) and/or Queer themed cooperative.

• Organize and co-facilitate workshops and events for tenants of the first
LGBTQIA+ & Queer themed student housing cooperative in the U.S.
• Promote and foster a safe and brave space that encourages participation
in local efforts regarding racial, gender, and sexuality justice, while
working to dismantle systems of oppression in everyday interactions …

Ironic, of course, but also exhausting to contemplate. Being young these days requires constant beavering away at career-building. The SJW industry is highly competitive so only the most enterprising and relentlessly self-promoting amateur SJWs can expect to attain paid sinecures.

Ms. Schmitt published an op-ed for the Daily Californian last September denouncing former Cal law school dean Sujit Choudhry for “sexual violence:”

From a survivor to Sujit Choudhry
BY KIANA SCHMITT | SPECIAL TO THE DAILY CALLAST UPDATED SEPTEMBER 9, 2016

Comment
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This op-ed was previously published on Facebook and is printed here with permission from the author.

To Sujit Choudhry,

Last week, you went to work in your office. Comfortably. Safely.

ORDER IT NOW

Last week, you went to work in your office of your tenured faculty position. Whereas your former executive assistant, Tyann Sorrell — a resilient woman of color, a mother of five children — remains forever unable to return to her position, and forever unable to navigate this campus safely again.

Last week, I had a panic attack. I understand that might cause you confusion. You’ve probably never experienced anxiety, depression, PTSD, suicidal thoughts or any other lasting mental health effects that often develop as a result of experiencing sexual violence or harassment. You’ve never had to walk through the world in pain, in memory, in fear of your own safety and well-being. Your mere presence on this campus is a threat to the safety and wellbeing of the entire UC Berkeley community.

It is shameful that you invoke a survivor’s own words in an attempt to absolve yourself from guilt. Even if it is true, having “pure intentions” does not change the fact that you perpetrated an impure act. The intent does not matter when the impact you have made goes unaddressed. In case you forgot, the impact is that you perpetrated eight different counts of sexual harassment over a period of one year. You assert that you “meant nothing” by your gestures. Because sexual violence means nothing to you.

Once again: ironic.

Here’s a similar photo of They denouncing Choudhry through a bullhorn last September:

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Doubly ironic.

So, They and Schmitt were allies and/or rivals in screaming about Choudhry.

Interesting.

In case you are wondering, from Wikipedia:

Sujit Choudhry was Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law from 2014 until March 2016.[2] He was the first person of Indian origin to be named dean of a top US law school. … He is a recipient of the Trudeau Fellowship, one of the four Canadians to receive the fellowship in 2010.

Following the disclosure of a university investigation finding that he sexually harassed executive assistant Tyann Sorrell, Choudhry was placed on an indefinite leave of absence on March 9, 2016. He resigned as dean the following morning, but he did not resign his position as tenured professor of law. Melissa Murray was named as interim dean, pending a search for a permanent successor. …

In 2016, Choudhry was served with a complaint by his former executive assistant, Tyann Sorrell, alleging sexual harassment between July 2014 and March 2015.[13] The complaint followed a July 2015 report by the University of California’s Central Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD).

The OPHD investigated Sorrell’s complaints that Choudhry was “rude and demeaning” and demanded too much of her, including requests for tea and coffee and for assistance with personal business, and that their workplace interactions, including lingering hugs, kisses on the cheek and head, and squeezing of arms and shoulders, created a hostile work environment and was sexual harassment. Following an investigation, the Office reviewed Choudhry’s conduct and determined that the use of rude language and requests that Sorrell bring him his tea or his lunch were not “gender discrimination” but that his physical interactions constituted sexual harassment.

During the investigation, Choudhry admitted that he had hugged, kissed, and squeezed Sorrell. but claimed that there was no sexual intent. He also admitted that on at least one occasion, he placed her hands on his hips, as he thought that that action might calm her down.

In August 2015, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Claude Steele chose to discipline Choudhry by a 10% reduction in pay and by requiring him to write a letter of apology to Sorrell. The investigation and its results were kept confidential, and no members of the Berkeley Law faculty or staff were informed of the behavior.

On March 8, 2016, Sorrell filed a complaint in the Superior Court of the State of California and named the Regents of the University of California as additional defendants. Choudhry has stated that he disagrees with Sorrell’s claims and allegations and intends to defend himself. On March 10, Choudhry resigned as dean at Berkeley Law but remains on the faculty under the University’s tenure policy.

The controversy garnered national and international attention. The reporting quickly expanded, from covering Choudhry specifically to the history of tolerance of sexual harassment and violence by Berkeley’s administration and faculty.

The added media attention triggered a series of high-profile responses from both the University of California Office of the President and the Berkeley administration.

On March 22, 2016, Melissa Murray was appointed interim dean.

Sounds like a nothingburger case — it’s common for secretaries to want, say, a five figure check for putting up with highly paid bosses (and they often get them) — that turned into another example of Obama Era hysteria on campus.

 
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  1. “I believe that words are the most powerful weapons.” Now she knows better.

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  2. It appears that They and Schmidt were both leaders of a campus protest against Choudhry on Sept. 7, 2016. Although Choudry had already stepped down from his post as Dean, he was returning to campus to teach that day. The photo that you posted at top is juxtaposed with a photo of They with a bullhorn in this East Bay Times article:

    http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2016/09/07/san-jose-state-uc-berkeley-grapple-with-fallout-from-sexual-harassment-cases/

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  3. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    Now, we know why he is ‘they’. Two of him tried to kill two people.

    You know, this multi-gender multi-pronoun thing.

    It’s like a joke that no one gets anymore.

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    • Replies: @Alec Leamas
    I was just about to make reference to Who's on First but you beat me to it.

    If we had real comedy someone would be doing They're on First on television already.
  4. Steve,

    A nothingburger case to you, me and most of your readers, but to the Berkeley snowflakes it is a wet gramscian dream of sexual empowerment/disempowerment.

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  5. Which Hispanic actor could play Pablo Gomez in a Hollywood film? How about the dancing Gay Hispanic inmate from Con Air.

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  6. Anon says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    I found ‘them’.

    Maybe he should call himself the ‘thing’.

    The Thing is the most identity-fluid creature in the universe, morphing from human to animal to all sorts of alien creatures.

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  7. “He also admitted that on at least one occasion, he placed her hands on his hips, as he thought that that action might calm her down.”

    I guess they do things differently in India.

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    • Replies: @backup
    I think that is not completely innocent behaviour. However, this is something that could have been settled by a mere talk and an apology. Remember that way of settling things?

    However, different cultures do have very different mores with regard to touching:

    http://www.resourcesforlife.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/20150119tu-Diplomacy-US-President-George-W-Bush-holds-hand-with-king-saudi-arabia-6446422.jpg

  8. Invade California, defund the universities, deport them all. Now. Now. Now. Now.

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  9. @black sea
    "He also admitted that on at least one occasion, he placed her hands on his hips, as he thought that that action might calm her down."

    I guess they do things differently in India.

    I think that is not completely innocent behaviour. However, this is something that could have been settled by a mere talk and an apology. Remember that way of settling things?

    However, different cultures do have very different mores with regard to touching:

    http://www.resourcesforlife.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/20150119tu-Diplomacy-US-President-George-W-Bush-holds-hand-with-king-saudi-arabia-6446422.jpg

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    • Replies: @Richard S
    Some of these women are just so uptight!


     
    Edit, ok so I can't embed this image :(
  10. That photo of Pablo with Moonbeam Brown brings back memories. Memories of Roselyn Carter being photographed with John Wayne Gacy and the Reverend Jim Jones with San Francisco’s Democrat establishment. “Diversity” can be carried too far!

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  11. Of course what if anything happened in the Sujit Choudhry case may never be known.

    It would be mildly interesting to know what set her off.

    I have to say it is in Sujit Choudhry’s favour that in his open letter to students he does not try to claim any kind of victim status (aside from the case). Or am I setting the bar too low.

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    In 2017 a low bar is better than no bar.
    , @Daniel H
    >>It would be mildly interesting to know what set her off....

    Most likely he is a just a beta Indian. Low value in the sexual marketplace. Now, this woman was a single, "women of color" with 5 children. One would think that she would appreciate any friendly attention from a decent and successful man. Unh, unh. Because promiscuity and hypergamy even low status women believe that they deserve an alpha. I wouldn't be surprised that she is shacking up with an ex-con, ghetto alpha. Nothing sets hypergamous women off more today than being hit up by a beta or nerd, even one who is professionally successful. How dare he!
  12. @Bill B.
    Of course what if anything happened in the Sujit Choudhry case may never be known.

    It would be mildly interesting to know what set her off.

    I have to say it is in Sujit Choudhry's favour that in his open letter to students he does not try to claim any kind of victim status (aside from the case). Or am I setting the bar too low.

    In 2017 a low bar is better than no bar.

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  13. There’s more to “They” than meets the eye.

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    • Replies: @SFG
    Transforms from man to woman to genderfluid and back!
  14. Reading all this senseless verbiage about a life playing a detector for various “aggressions” and lack of underrepresented edgy minorities made me physically sick. Luckily no mention of immigrant gay muslim furries.

    “Last week, I had a panic attack.”

    On behalf of others. What? The? Hell?

    [The wronged one] “remains forever unable to return to her position, and forever unable to navigate this campus safely again.”

    Thrown out of the paradise of Berkeley Campus like Odysseus, now navigating the sexually unsafe seas of suburbia with 5 children in two?

    And also

    “the history of tolerance of sexual harassment and violence by Berkeley’s administration and faculty”

    It’s not Berkeley Campus, it’s David Lynch Campus. Cue ominous music.

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    • Replies: @Cletus Rothschild
    "On behalf of others. What? The? Hell?"

    Sounds like Psychological Appropriation to me.
    , @Olorin
    "Last week I had a panic attack" is just another of those All About Me moments that, even 10 years ago, no one would think anyone else cared about.

    Now thanks to FB and Twitter, we get to learn about every last body function/reaction of the sinister half of the Bell Curve. Live. As it happens. Or they think it does.

    These people are the Howard Cohens ("Cosell") of the social media age, calling their own play by play. With lots of ahem color commentary.

    Thrown out of the paradise of Berkeley Campus like Odysseus, now navigating the sexually unsafe seas of suburbia with 5 children in two?
     
    Indeed! Where awaits the poor pathetic helpless female the Scylla of racism and the Charybdis of hatin' on a very homely black female...whose big problem was she didn't like having to deal with her male Asian boss.

    https://static01.nyt.com/images/2016/03/24/us/25berkeley-web1/25berkeley-web1-facebookJumbo.jpg

    Anyone know where the gamete donors for her five offspring be?
  15. Diversity is strength! Here we have an Indian immigrant, doing a job few Americans are willing to do: boss around a “resilient” mother – of – five black woman!

    “The OPHD investigated Sorrell’s complaints that Choudhry was “rude and demeaning” and demanded too much of her, including requests for tea and coffee and for assistance with personal business, and that their workplace interactions, including lingering hugs, kisses on the cheek and head, and squeezing of arms and shoulders, created a hostile work environment and was sexual harassment.”

    Google the victim, her pictures with Choudry are priceless!

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  16. I know you live out there, Steve, but stuff like this makes me wish the whole state of California would fall into the ocean.

    On the other hand: Do you ever do lunch with your readers? I have family in L.A. and will probably be visiting them in the next two or three years, so I might find myself in your neck of the woods. I’ll pick up the tab — is the Elephant Bar still around? :)

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    Trump should immediately start fracking all along the San Andreas fault.
  17. he wanted a job at UC Berkeley…. he got it, good and hard.

    At high pay. I have zero sympathy.

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    President Trump, whom I believe has the best instincts of any living human being, believes vaccines cause autism. He also has said the problem is bigger than anyone knows.

    Gender used to refer to grammar not sex (M/F/N). I wonder if the proliferation of gender (i.e., sex) confusion is somehow related to autism and therefore vaccines? And when you see the types of f-ed up people either promoting or supporting this stuff, they seem to be the types of kids who came from parents who were over-zealous about a child’s clean environment and vaccines.

    “One of the obvious early signs of autism in children is pronoun reversal… But how can we explain pronoun reversal in autistic adults? I sometimes use “you” or “we” (and occasionally “they”) when talking about myself…
    PRONOUN REVERSAL AND CONFUSION

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  19. Steve, be careful with those microaggressions!

    Being young these days requires constant beavering away at career-building.

    A more appropriate word choice might have been ‘constantly burnishing one’s career.’

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    • Replies: @Achmed E Newman
    Hahahaaa.

    Still "beavering away" is better than just "poking along" in life. That and import tariffs and a revival of the US manufacturing basic will get you a cup of coffee.
  20. @El Dato
    Reading all this senseless verbiage about a life playing a detector for various "aggressions" and lack of underrepresented edgy minorities made me physically sick. Luckily no mention of immigrant gay muslim furries.

    "Last week, I had a panic attack."
     
    On behalf of others. What? The? Hell?

    [The wronged one] "remains forever unable to return to her position, and forever unable to navigate this campus safely again."
     
    Thrown out of the paradise of Berkeley Campus like Odysseus, now navigating the sexually unsafe seas of suburbia with 5 children in two?

    And also

    "the history of tolerance of sexual harassment and violence by Berkeley’s administration and faculty"
     
    It's not Berkeley Campus, it's David Lynch Campus. Cue ominous music.

    “On behalf of others. What? The? Hell?”

    Sounds like Psychological Appropriation to me.

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  21. @Mr. Blank
    I know you live out there, Steve, but stuff like this makes me wish the whole state of California would fall into the ocean.

    On the other hand: Do you ever do lunch with your readers? I have family in L.A. and will probably be visiting them in the next two or three years, so I might find myself in your neck of the woods. I'll pick up the tab -- is the Elephant Bar still around? :)

    Trump should immediately start fracking all along the San Andreas fault.

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    LOL!!!...I am an anti-fracking activist....but I will make an exception for California...frack it off the Continental US.....
  22. @Anon
    Now, we know why he is 'they'. Two of him tried to kill two people.

    You know, this multi-gender multi-pronoun thing.

    It's like a joke that no one gets anymore.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lz-ihW8RXSM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTcRRaXV-fg

    I was just about to make reference to Who’s on First but you beat me to it.

    If we had real comedy someone would be doing They’re on First on television already.

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  23. @BB753
    There's more to "They" than meets the eye.

    Transforms from man to woman to genderfluid and back!

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  24. A public, swift trial, and then, obscurity until death for Them both, please. Maybe They can serve twice as many thugs sexually and have twice the canteen privileges, too?

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  25. “Director of Marketing and Communications CalSLAM”

    Just when I thought I couldn’t hate spoken word poetry any more…

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  26. Oh I get it now. They is a bitch. When in prison *They* will meet *Somebody* and They will be Somebody’s bitch.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Oh I get it now. They is a bitch. When in prison *They* will meet *Somebody* and They will be Somebody’s bitch."

    Pablo Gomez is from El Salvador. When in prison he can get protection from MS-13, who have a large presence in California prisons. So he doesn't have to worry about being raped by a gang of Black guys, although he most likely wouldn't mind if that happened to him because Pablo Gomez is a Homosexual, a maricon.
  27. The scary thought is that the numbers of “They” clones in CA may be legion.

    The CA secession movement is music to the ears.

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  28. …Kiana Schmitt, the bullhorned blond with somewhat East Asian features…

    I don’t think she’s blonde; looks like bleach to me. I could be wrong, but in any case it reminds me about all the Vibrant People who hate whites but straighten and bleach their hair, lighten their skin, wear blue and green contacts, etc. trying to look like us. Same as they hate our societies and want us dead, but they cannot move to our ostensibly oppressive and stale countries and neighborhoods fast enough….

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    • Replies: @Jack D
    She's a hapa and I'm buying her eyebrow tweezers for her birthday:

    https://yt3.ggpht.com/-gD9iyuK7Hvw/AAAAAAAAAAI/AAAAAAAAAAA/FNFq_bh--4o/s900-c-k-no-mo-rj-c0xffffff/photo.jpg

    http://www.bayareayouthsummit.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/headd-300x300.jpg

  29. Given that we now know that both victims were young blonde females, I think it lends more credence to the scenario that “they” was lashing out as a sexually frustrated Elliot Roger type. This is, of course, not incompatible with him also being hepped up on poisonous far-left political ideology and/or being psychotic.

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    • Replies: @Formerly CARealist
    This is the part where we start to learn what medications he was taking, legal and illegal.

    I give pot about a 100% chance of being involved.
  30. @Autochthon

    ...Kiana Schmitt, the bullhorned blond with somewhat East Asian features...
     
    I don't think she's blonde; looks like bleach to me. I could be wrong, but in any case it reminds me about all the Vibrant People who hate whites but straighten and bleach their hair, lighten their skin, wear blue and green contacts, etc. trying to look like us. Same as they hate our societies and want us dead, but they cannot move to our ostensibly oppressive and stale countries and neighborhoods fast enough....
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    • Replies: @SPMoore8
    Neither of those photo links for Kiana Schmitt work, I don't know why. My own research suggests that there are at least two Kiana Schmitts with significant profiles, one a tall blonde who plays a lot of volleyball, and the other a darker dark haired woman who seems to be centered around the Bay Area. But as I was reminded during the San Berdoo shooting investigation, the search data can be a little confusing (recall we had two Russian gals and two Muslim guys and there was a lot of difficulty telling who was who.)

    Meanwhile, here's a blowup of the photo thumbnail above: I'm guessing from the eyes and nose shape (with you) that she's a of partial East Asian ancestry. But it's not inconceivable that she's part, say, Sami.

    http://www.mercurynews.com/2016/10/21/uc-berkeley-fraternities-suspend-social-events-after-sexual-assault-reports/
    , @Jack D
    None of my links work but search for her name on Google Images and you'll see. She also calls herself "half-blood princess" (Harry Potter reference) on one of them. It's unusual for a hapa sjw to bleach her hair blond unironically - usually they go for green or purple or somesuch. But she also seems unusually concerned about her appearance for a SJW - most take steps to make themselves even less attractive than they are naturally and most don't start out that good looking to begin with, but she clearly has potential and she knows it.
    , @AnotherGuessModel
    Her eyebrows are intentionally darkened and overdrawn. It's an inexplicable youth trend. Google instagram brows.
  31. From Schmitt’s resume, she worked at The PATH (Prevention, Advocacy, Training and Healing) to Care Center. I swear you could make a decent living making up acronyms for these SJW’s organizations.

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    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    "From Schmitt’s resume, she worked at The PATH (Prevention, Advocacy, Training and Healing) to Care Center. I swear you could make a decent living making up acronyms for these SJW’s organizations."

    Safety, Training, Advocacy, and Belonging

    STAB
  32. Theory: 100 pound heterosexual, sick of being picked on and feeling inferior, adopts “interex” identity and identity politics to make himself feel better. Leads to socializing with pretty liberated women, but the normal heterosexual desires were still dormant under the freak show facade. One day, he just snaps.

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  33. @Jack D
    She's a hapa and I'm buying her eyebrow tweezers for her birthday:

    https://yt3.ggpht.com/-gD9iyuK7Hvw/AAAAAAAAAAI/AAAAAAAAAAA/FNFq_bh--4o/s900-c-k-no-mo-rj-c0xffffff/photo.jpg

    http://www.bayareayouthsummit.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/headd-300x300.jpg

    Neither of those photo links for Kiana Schmitt work, I don’t know why. My own research suggests that there are at least two Kiana Schmitts with significant profiles, one a tall blonde who plays a lot of volleyball, and the other a darker dark haired woman who seems to be centered around the Bay Area. But as I was reminded during the San Berdoo shooting investigation, the search data can be a little confusing (recall we had two Russian gals and two Muslim guys and there was a lot of difficulty telling who was who.)

    Meanwhile, here’s a blowup of the photo thumbnail above: I’m guessing from the eyes and nose shape (with you) that she’s a of partial East Asian ancestry. But it’s not inconceivable that she’s part, say, Sami.

    http://www.mercurynews.com/2016/10/21/uc-berkeley-fraternities-suspend-social-events-after-sexual-assault-reports/

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    • Replies: @Jack D
    If you look closely, she paints the eye slits at the corner of her eyes (and blackens the eyebrows I think). I'm 99.9% sure she's a hapa and not some exotic European. Google images has several pictures of Kiana without her hair bleached and it's clearly the same person.
    , @Expletive Deleted
    That'll be Kiana Lailin Schmitt, then.
    Suicide blonde is correct. And the things she does with those paint-on eyebrows, my dear!
    pic. linked by horrifying Googlemess, too lazy to fix. Apols.

    This one from a deleted account

  34. @Jack D
    She's a hapa and I'm buying her eyebrow tweezers for her birthday:

    https://yt3.ggpht.com/-gD9iyuK7Hvw/AAAAAAAAAAI/AAAAAAAAAAA/FNFq_bh--4o/s900-c-k-no-mo-rj-c0xffffff/photo.jpg

    http://www.bayareayouthsummit.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/headd-300x300.jpg

    None of my links work but search for her name on Google Images and you’ll see. She also calls herself “half-blood princess” (Harry Potter reference) on one of them. It’s unusual for a hapa sjw to bleach her hair blond unironically – usually they go for green or purple or somesuch. But she also seems unusually concerned about her appearance for a SJW – most take steps to make themselves even less attractive than they are naturally and most don’t start out that good looking to begin with, but she clearly has potential and she knows it.

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    Here's Kiana without the bleach, I think: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kianaschmitt
  35. As we discussed this earlier, I think this comes down to Pablo needing a pad for Spring semester (before he could graduate (F* the “they”)) and asked these two gals if they could show a little solidarity and they blew him off. So ultimately it’s the fault of the power structure that makes it difficult to find affordable housing in the Bay Area. Of course if they go down that road they can start building shanties in the Berkeley Hills, but that’s where the environment runs up against Social Justice. There’s a lot of deep seated hypocrisy in the Bay Area, especially when everyone is having five kids.

    Myself, I’m sort of interested in the tale of Tyan Sorrell. What it sounds like to me is that she had found a groove in the office and her new boss was extremely demanding, and she couldn’t adjust. So then he started reaching out to her in the way bosses like this sometimes are (explosive bosses are like this, not for sexual reasons but to balance their negative impulsiveness with something more positive) and she used it as ammunition.

    BTW, the snap of Pablo above makes it look like he’s wearing a dress, no, that’s just a gigantic tote bag — easy to put a lot of knives in there.

    I can just see these two young ladies suddenly realizing that their unlimited passion for social justice didn’t involve embracing the housing problems of this Latinx twerp and having them tell him to take a hike. But maybe the sequence was entirely different.

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    Except the news stories keep saying that he didn't know the murder victim. It's possible that he asked a random stranger for housing but it would be very strange.
    , @Jack D
    See also:

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/may/27/uc-berkeley-sexual-harassment-scandal-blake-wentworth

    I get the feeling that the "victims" are often AA promotes who can't hack it academically/at work so they figure they'll cash in with a law suit instead.

    He called her "honey bear". The monster!

    The men involved should really know better but it's Steve's old quandary that you can only know whether an advance was an "unwelcome" advance in retrospect. If the advance was "welcomed" (i.e. the guy met the woman's alpha standards instead of being a creepy old man in her book) then she would have been telling her friends how wonderful it was that the man of her dreams called her "honey bear".

    Also in the Sorrell case she has 5 kids but there's no mention of a Mr. Sorrell. I think back in the day, if there was a Mr. Sorrell he would have had a chat with his wife's boss and that might have sufficed.

  36. @Jack D
    None of my links work but search for her name on Google Images and you'll see. She also calls herself "half-blood princess" (Harry Potter reference) on one of them. It's unusual for a hapa sjw to bleach her hair blond unironically - usually they go for green or purple or somesuch. But she also seems unusually concerned about her appearance for a SJW - most take steps to make themselves even less attractive than they are naturally and most don't start out that good looking to begin with, but she clearly has potential and she knows it.

    Here’s Kiana without the bleach, I think: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kianaschmitt

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    Here’s Kiana without the bleach, I think: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kianaschmitt

    Director of Marketing and Communications
    CalSLAM
     

     
    Is that Cal-SLAM, or Ca-ISLAM?

    My friend Isis is putting on weight; should I give her a box of Ayds?

  37. How many votes do “they” get?

    Might explain the wide margin in California.

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  38. @Bill Jones
    Trump should immediately start fracking all along the San Andreas fault.

    LOL!!!…I am an anti-fracking activist….but I will make an exception for California…frack it off the Continental US…..

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  39. @SPMoore8
    Here's Kiana without the bleach, I think: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kianaschmitt

    Here’s Kiana without the bleach, I think: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kianaschmitt

    Director of Marketing and Communications
    CalSLAM

    Is that Cal-SLAM, or Ca-ISLAM?

    My friend Isis is putting on weight; should I give her a box of Ayds?

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  40. It’s really hard to say this if you’ve had children, as I’d hate for this nut’s parents to hear this: Upon reading Schmitt’s biography that you pasted in, I just can’t see what good it does anybody that this lady is alive in this world. What a waste of a person!

    That’s harsh, right? Unless this lady can be shown to be chemically insane, I can’t see how she could possibly be so unattached from the reality and truths of this world. What good is this otherwise un-retarded human being doing for herself or anybody with this nonsense?

    I’ve known 3 people who had mental problems (that were eventually treated pretty well) and would blow up the small problems in life into the worst thing in the world, which is why I don’t know any other excuse for Miss Schmitt’s apparent derangement besides actual derangement. I know, the back and forth talk about “liberals are literally insane” and “I know you are, but what am I” stuff seems like just childish insults most of the time. However, this lady comes across in her writing as being in an alternate reality in her head, at a cheap price (as she didn’t have to lay down any cash for the LSD, like most of us… wait …)

    The best thing that she could do (after she heals up, or course – I forgot about the stabbing part till now), is to get out of the house and exercise AND do some real work involving manual labor. It can clear your head of the nonsense so quickly. It makes me wonder whether that is all that is necessary to not cure, but at least really mitigate, mental problems in lots of people that have them. It’s a chemical thing – “C’mon guys, do you need a refresher course – it’s all chemicals nowadays!”

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  41. @The most deplorable one
    Steve, be careful with those microaggressions!

    Being young these days requires constant beavering away at career-building.
     
    A more appropriate word choice might have been 'constantly burnishing one's career.'

    Hahahaaa.

    Still “beavering away” is better than just “poking along” in life. That and import tariffs and a revival of the US manufacturing basic will get you a cup of coffee.

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    ironic, of course, but also exhausting to contemplate. Being young these days requires constant beavering away at career-building. The SJW industry is highly competitive so only the most enterprising and relentlessly self-promoting amateur SJWs can expect to attain paid sinecures.
     
    Actually this is a really important point. A lot of SJW idiocies may happen as they are trying to impress each other rather than change society. You may have to do a number of outstandingly dumbass things to make a career for yourself in the competitive world of social justice.
  42. @biz
    Given that we now know that both victims were young blonde females, I think it lends more credence to the scenario that "they" was lashing out as a sexually frustrated Elliot Roger type. This is, of course, not incompatible with him also being hepped up on poisonous far-left political ideology and/or being psychotic.

    This is the part where we start to learn what medications he was taking, legal and illegal.

    I give pot about a 100% chance of being involved.

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  43. “Sounds like a nothingburger case — it’s common for secretaries to want, say, a five figure check for putting up with highly paid bosses (and they often get them) — that turned into another example of Obama Era hysteria on campus.”

    Don’t be naive.
    Choudhry is just playing dumb in that letter. This man is not dumb- he lead the Berkeley Law school, for christ’s sake. He was shown the Berkeley sexual harassment policy at or soon after the time of his hire, just like every other Berkeley employee. As a UC Berkeley employee I’ve read the same document. It’s not hard to understand; certainly not for a gifted lawyer. Choudhry’s account of his behavior differers from the account of Sorrell, but that doesn’t matter, because the actions described in his account violate the sexual harassment policy. It’s not too much to ask of highly paid professionals to follow a simple, clearly presented policy. This is a case of a man who wanted a piece on the side, but was too lazy to bother seeking that outside of work. As the saying goes, “Don’t shit where you eat.” Think Bill Clinton.

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    As the saying goes, “Don’t shit where you eat.” Think Bill Clinton.
     
    And is of a piece with that other rock-solid rule; "Never stick your dick in crazy".
  44. I’ve worked with a lot of Indian immigrants and visa holders. My experience suggests that while a plurality are competent and fit well into an American, technically oriented workplace; it’s still the case that the majority are incompetent and/or the kind of person who has his tongue halfway up his supervisor’s ass while he is taking every possible opportunity to demean those beneath him. This Sujit Choudhry sounds like the latter sort.

    I worked briefly under an Indian “engineer” who was so incompetent he didn’t understand the concept of exponential growth. He mistreated subordinates when he thought he could get away with it. This included a young woman, a second-generation American of Indian descent, whom I suspect he also sexually harassed. (She was the one who had to explain the concept of compound growth to this moron.) At least one woman quit after working under him for only a week. He was quite a pathetic creature actually unless positive he had an advantage and so afraid of tangling with me that he generally left me alone.

    Anyhoo… I read reports about people like this murderous little tranny the same way I read similar reports about murderous Negroes. I check in the hope that they have killed some of their own rather than a better breed of person. My hopes were fulfilled in this case.

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  45. @SPMoore8
    Neither of those photo links for Kiana Schmitt work, I don't know why. My own research suggests that there are at least two Kiana Schmitts with significant profiles, one a tall blonde who plays a lot of volleyball, and the other a darker dark haired woman who seems to be centered around the Bay Area. But as I was reminded during the San Berdoo shooting investigation, the search data can be a little confusing (recall we had two Russian gals and two Muslim guys and there was a lot of difficulty telling who was who.)

    Meanwhile, here's a blowup of the photo thumbnail above: I'm guessing from the eyes and nose shape (with you) that she's a of partial East Asian ancestry. But it's not inconceivable that she's part, say, Sami.

    http://www.mercurynews.com/2016/10/21/uc-berkeley-fraternities-suspend-social-events-after-sexual-assault-reports/

    If you look closely, she paints the eye slits at the corner of her eyes (and blackens the eyebrows I think). I’m 99.9% sure she’s a hapa and not some exotic European. Google images has several pictures of Kiana without her hair bleached and it’s clearly the same person.

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    "I’m 99.9% sure she’s a hapa and not some exotic European."

    She could be Bjork's sister. Bjork the least Caucasoid phenotype European on the planet. There are some Hapas/Eurasians who look more Caucasoid and less Mongoloid in phenotype than Bjork.

  46. @SPMoore8
    Neither of those photo links for Kiana Schmitt work, I don't know why. My own research suggests that there are at least two Kiana Schmitts with significant profiles, one a tall blonde who plays a lot of volleyball, and the other a darker dark haired woman who seems to be centered around the Bay Area. But as I was reminded during the San Berdoo shooting investigation, the search data can be a little confusing (recall we had two Russian gals and two Muslim guys and there was a lot of difficulty telling who was who.)

    Meanwhile, here's a blowup of the photo thumbnail above: I'm guessing from the eyes and nose shape (with you) that she's a of partial East Asian ancestry. But it's not inconceivable that she's part, say, Sami.

    http://www.mercurynews.com/2016/10/21/uc-berkeley-fraternities-suspend-social-events-after-sexual-assault-reports/

    That’ll be Kiana Lailin Schmitt, then.
    Suicide blonde is correct. And the things she does with those paint-on eyebrows, my dear!
    pic. linked by horrifying Googlemess, too lazy to fix. Apols.

    This one from a deleted account

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  47. @SPMoore8
    As we discussed this earlier, I think this comes down to Pablo needing a pad for Spring semester (before he could graduate (F* the "they")) and asked these two gals if they could show a little solidarity and they blew him off. So ultimately it's the fault of the power structure that makes it difficult to find affordable housing in the Bay Area. Of course if they go down that road they can start building shanties in the Berkeley Hills, but that's where the environment runs up against Social Justice. There's a lot of deep seated hypocrisy in the Bay Area, especially when everyone is having five kids.

    Myself, I'm sort of interested in the tale of Tyan Sorrell. What it sounds like to me is that she had found a groove in the office and her new boss was extremely demanding, and she couldn't adjust. So then he started reaching out to her in the way bosses like this sometimes are (explosive bosses are like this, not for sexual reasons but to balance their negative impulsiveness with something more positive) and she used it as ammunition.

    BTW, the snap of Pablo above makes it look like he's wearing a dress, no, that's just a gigantic tote bag -- easy to put a lot of knives in there.

    I can just see these two young ladies suddenly realizing that their unlimited passion for social justice didn't involve embracing the housing problems of this Latinx twerp and having them tell him to take a hike. But maybe the sequence was entirely different.

    Except the news stories keep saying that he didn’t know the murder victim. It’s possible that he asked a random stranger for housing but it would be very strange.

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    The way I have heard the story, Pablo lived at the location where the fatal stabbing took place up until about a year ago. Then Pablo and whoever else was living there (Kiana?) moved. So then he bore a grudge against her, and, of course, the privileged throwback hippie chick who was now living there. So he lashed out, or slashed out, at the source of all of his problems. At least, that's how it looks so far. Whether he knew Emilie or thought she was someone else or simply resented someone in "his" space, I guess we'll be finding that out also. But the address of the fatal stabbing seems to be an important data point.

    Also, anytime I hear about some woman with five kids who doesn't have a Mister yoked to her, it's usually one of those 5 kids by 5 fathers kind of things (irrespective of color, BTW), where the pattern of start relationship - consecrate relationship with a child - breakup of relationship - start a new relationship with children - new BF accepts this but wants his own child, rinse/repeat. So, yes, I am interested in that back story.

    I concur that this story sounds like someone who had comfortably achieved their proto-middle aged level of incompetence and then got a new boss and was overwhelmed with the workload. I've seen it happen. Not to be Columbus or anything, but the work world is extremely competitive.
  48. @SPMoore8
    As we discussed this earlier, I think this comes down to Pablo needing a pad for Spring semester (before he could graduate (F* the "they")) and asked these two gals if they could show a little solidarity and they blew him off. So ultimately it's the fault of the power structure that makes it difficult to find affordable housing in the Bay Area. Of course if they go down that road they can start building shanties in the Berkeley Hills, but that's where the environment runs up against Social Justice. There's a lot of deep seated hypocrisy in the Bay Area, especially when everyone is having five kids.

    Myself, I'm sort of interested in the tale of Tyan Sorrell. What it sounds like to me is that she had found a groove in the office and her new boss was extremely demanding, and she couldn't adjust. So then he started reaching out to her in the way bosses like this sometimes are (explosive bosses are like this, not for sexual reasons but to balance their negative impulsiveness with something more positive) and she used it as ammunition.

    BTW, the snap of Pablo above makes it look like he's wearing a dress, no, that's just a gigantic tote bag -- easy to put a lot of knives in there.

    I can just see these two young ladies suddenly realizing that their unlimited passion for social justice didn't involve embracing the housing problems of this Latinx twerp and having them tell him to take a hike. But maybe the sequence was entirely different.

    See also:

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/may/27/uc-berkeley-sexual-harassment-scandal-blake-wentworth

    I get the feeling that the “victims” are often AA promotes who can’t hack it academically/at work so they figure they’ll cash in with a law suit instead.

    He called her “honey bear”. The monster!

    The men involved should really know better but it’s Steve’s old quandary that you can only know whether an advance was an “unwelcome” advance in retrospect. If the advance was “welcomed” (i.e. the guy met the woman’s alpha standards instead of being a creepy old man in her book) then she would have been telling her friends how wonderful it was that the man of her dreams called her “honey bear”.

    Also in the Sorrell case she has 5 kids but there’s no mention of a Mr. Sorrell. I think back in the day, if there was a Mr. Sorrell he would have had a chat with his wife’s boss and that might have sufficed.

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  49. Pablo Gomez, aka They, has very Mesoamerican features. His profile looks like it could be engraved on a pyramid in the Yucatan. Life must be tough when you are a half a foot shorter than the shortest gringa and you posses that self hatred that is endemic to that culture. He should have done what self hating whites do and try to pass himself off as part black rather than as a gender freak.

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  50. @Jack D
    Except the news stories keep saying that he didn't know the murder victim. It's possible that he asked a random stranger for housing but it would be very strange.

    The way I have heard the story, Pablo lived at the location where the fatal stabbing took place up until about a year ago. Then Pablo and whoever else was living there (Kiana?) moved. So then he bore a grudge against her, and, of course, the privileged throwback hippie chick who was now living there. So he lashed out, or slashed out, at the source of all of his problems. At least, that’s how it looks so far. Whether he knew Emilie or thought she was someone else or simply resented someone in “his” space, I guess we’ll be finding that out also. But the address of the fatal stabbing seems to be an important data point.

    Also, anytime I hear about some woman with five kids who doesn’t have a Mister yoked to her, it’s usually one of those 5 kids by 5 fathers kind of things (irrespective of color, BTW), where the pattern of start relationship – consecrate relationship with a child – breakup of relationship – start a new relationship with children – new BF accepts this but wants his own child, rinse/repeat. So, yes, I am interested in that back story.

    I concur that this story sounds like someone who had comfortably achieved their proto-middle aged level of incompetence and then got a new boss and was overwhelmed with the workload. I’ve seen it happen. Not to be Columbus or anything, but the work world is extremely competitive.

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  51. The article linked by O’Really is very telling. You’ll notice that Pablo/They appears in one picture only but blondie/Schmitt appears in four, her back to the camera in two. I’m going to go ahead and speculate that Schmitt was the intended victim as the object of crazy Pablo’s raging envy and jealousy. Schmitt was just hogging too much of the SJW limelight and Pablo snapped. Poor Emilie was just “wrong place, wrong time.”

    Pablo was also in his fourth year and although there’s a hundred ways to hang around and not graduate maybe he couldn’t figure one out, adding to his condition.

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    Good catch, but I think Blondie is in five: 1 - Bullhorn, 2 - left side of march down lockered hallway, 3 - back turned looking out window on left, 4 - leaning down (face hidden) making a poster, and 5 - deep background of Pablo's shot.

    I think you are correct that generalized angst about graduating may have had something to do with this.

    I don't think this was about lust or about SJ oneupmanship, but it might have been. As I said, the fact that Blondie and Pablo both apparently lived at the address where the hippie chick was murdered tells me something different.
    , @Bill B.
    They was jealous? I notice in one of the pictures of Blondie that a lot of guys seem to eyeing her up or at least acknowledging her figurehead role.
  52. @Col Nicholson
    The article linked by O'Really is very telling. You'll notice that Pablo/They appears in one picture only but blondie/Schmitt appears in four, her back to the camera in two. I'm going to go ahead and speculate that Schmitt was the intended victim as the object of crazy Pablo's raging envy and jealousy. Schmitt was just hogging too much of the SJW limelight and Pablo snapped. Poor Emilie was just "wrong place, wrong time."

    Pablo was also in his fourth year and although there's a hundred ways to hang around and not graduate maybe he couldn't figure one out, adding to his condition.

    Good catch, but I think Blondie is in five: 1 – Bullhorn, 2 – left side of march down lockered hallway, 3 – back turned looking out window on left, 4 – leaning down (face hidden) making a poster, and 5 – deep background of Pablo’s shot.

    I think you are correct that generalized angst about graduating may have had something to do with this.

    I don’t think this was about lust or about SJ oneupmanship, but it might have been. As I said, the fact that Blondie and Pablo both apparently lived at the address where the hippie chick was murdered tells me something different.

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    The fact that she is in 5 out of the 6 photos is in part due to the sparse attendance of the rally - maybe there are 20 demonstrators, but also probably because the photographer was drawn to her as the only one to break a 5 among the whole bunch.
  53. @Bill B.
    Of course what if anything happened in the Sujit Choudhry case may never be known.

    It would be mildly interesting to know what set her off.

    I have to say it is in Sujit Choudhry's favour that in his open letter to students he does not try to claim any kind of victim status (aside from the case). Or am I setting the bar too low.

    >>It would be mildly interesting to know what set her off….

    Most likely he is a just a beta Indian. Low value in the sexual marketplace. Now, this woman was a single, “women of color” with 5 children. One would think that she would appreciate any friendly attention from a decent and successful man. Unh, unh. Because promiscuity and hypergamy even low status women believe that they deserve an alpha. I wouldn’t be surprised that she is shacking up with an ex-con, ghetto alpha. Nothing sets hypergamous women off more today than being hit up by a beta or nerd, even one who is professionally successful. How dare he!

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  54. @Buffalo Joe
    From Schmitt's resume, she worked at The PATH (Prevention, Advocacy, Training and Healing) to Care Center. I swear you could make a decent living making up acronyms for these SJW's organizations.

    “From Schmitt’s resume, she worked at The PATH (Prevention, Advocacy, Training and Healing) to Care Center. I swear you could make a decent living making up acronyms for these SJW’s organizations.”

    Safety, Training, Advocacy, and Belonging

    STAB

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  55. @Col Nicholson
    The article linked by O'Really is very telling. You'll notice that Pablo/They appears in one picture only but blondie/Schmitt appears in four, her back to the camera in two. I'm going to go ahead and speculate that Schmitt was the intended victim as the object of crazy Pablo's raging envy and jealousy. Schmitt was just hogging too much of the SJW limelight and Pablo snapped. Poor Emilie was just "wrong place, wrong time."

    Pablo was also in his fourth year and although there's a hundred ways to hang around and not graduate maybe he couldn't figure one out, adding to his condition.

    They was jealous? I notice in one of the pictures of Blondie that a lot of guys seem to eyeing her up or at least acknowledging her figurehead role.

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  56. @SPMoore8
    Good catch, but I think Blondie is in five: 1 - Bullhorn, 2 - left side of march down lockered hallway, 3 - back turned looking out window on left, 4 - leaning down (face hidden) making a poster, and 5 - deep background of Pablo's shot.

    I think you are correct that generalized angst about graduating may have had something to do with this.

    I don't think this was about lust or about SJ oneupmanship, but it might have been. As I said, the fact that Blondie and Pablo both apparently lived at the address where the hippie chick was murdered tells me something different.

    The fact that she is in 5 out of the 6 photos is in part due to the sparse attendance of the rally – maybe there are 20 demonstrators, but also probably because the photographer was drawn to her as the only one to break a 5 among the whole bunch.

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  57. @backup
    I think that is not completely innocent behaviour. However, this is something that could have been settled by a mere talk and an apology. Remember that way of settling things?

    However, different cultures do have very different mores with regard to touching:

    http://www.resourcesforlife.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/20150119tu-Diplomacy-US-President-George-W-Bush-holds-hand-with-king-saudi-arabia-6446422.jpg

    Some of these women are just so uptight!

    Edit, ok so I can’t embed this image :(

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  58. @War for Blair Mountain
    LOL!!!...I am an anti-fracking activist....but I will make an exception for California...frack it off the Continental US.....

    Then torpedo it….

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  59. @El Dato
    Reading all this senseless verbiage about a life playing a detector for various "aggressions" and lack of underrepresented edgy minorities made me physically sick. Luckily no mention of immigrant gay muslim furries.

    "Last week, I had a panic attack."
     
    On behalf of others. What? The? Hell?

    [The wronged one] "remains forever unable to return to her position, and forever unable to navigate this campus safely again."
     
    Thrown out of the paradise of Berkeley Campus like Odysseus, now navigating the sexually unsafe seas of suburbia with 5 children in two?

    And also

    "the history of tolerance of sexual harassment and violence by Berkeley’s administration and faculty"
     
    It's not Berkeley Campus, it's David Lynch Campus. Cue ominous music.

    “Last week I had a panic attack” is just another of those All About Me moments that, even 10 years ago, no one would think anyone else cared about.

    Now thanks to FB and Twitter, we get to learn about every last body function/reaction of the sinister half of the Bell Curve. Live. As it happens. Or they think it does.

    These people are the Howard Cohens (“Cosell”) of the social media age, calling their own play by play. With lots of ahem color commentary.

    Thrown out of the paradise of Berkeley Campus like Odysseus, now navigating the sexually unsafe seas of suburbia with 5 children in two?

    Indeed! Where awaits the poor pathetic helpless female the Scylla of racism and the Charybdis of hatin’ on a very homely black female…whose big problem was she didn’t like having to deal with her male Asian boss.

    https://static01.nyt.com/images/2016/03/24/us/25berkeley-web1/25berkeley-web1-facebookJumbo.jpg

    Anyone know where the gamete donors for her five offspring be?

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  60. “He was the first person of Indian origin to be named dean of a top US law school. … He is a recipient of the Trudeau Fellowship, one of the four Canadians to receive the fellowship in 2010.”

    How apropos…a trail of arrogance and unscrupulousness leading back to Trudeau. One of the main political leaders of SJWs.

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  61. @Jack D
    If you look closely, she paints the eye slits at the corner of her eyes (and blackens the eyebrows I think). I'm 99.9% sure she's a hapa and not some exotic European. Google images has several pictures of Kiana without her hair bleached and it's clearly the same person.

    “I’m 99.9% sure she’s a hapa and not some exotic European.”

    She could be Bjork’s sister. Bjork the least Caucasoid phenotype European on the planet. There are some Hapas/Eurasians who look more Caucasoid and less Mongoloid in phenotype than Bjork.

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    "She could be Bjork’s sister..."

    Odds are better on happa. There are a lot more happas in CA than Bjork siblings in the whole world.
  62. @WorkingClass
    Oh I get it now. They is a bitch. When in prison *They* will meet *Somebody* and They will be Somebody's bitch.

    “Oh I get it now. They is a bitch. When in prison *They* will meet *Somebody* and They will be Somebody’s bitch.”

    Pablo Gomez is from El Salvador. When in prison he can get protection from MS-13, who have a large presence in California prisons. So he doesn’t have to worry about being raped by a gang of Black guys, although he most likely wouldn’t mind if that happened to him because Pablo Gomez is a Homosexual, a maricon.

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  63. “They” eat themselves.

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    "“They” eat themselves."

    They is the Hispanic version of Pat, another gender ambiguous person.
    https://youtu.be/lKXbqsPhWJQ
  64. @Jack D
    She's a hapa and I'm buying her eyebrow tweezers for her birthday:

    https://yt3.ggpht.com/-gD9iyuK7Hvw/AAAAAAAAAAI/AAAAAAAAAAA/FNFq_bh--4o/s900-c-k-no-mo-rj-c0xffffff/photo.jpg

    http://www.bayareayouthsummit.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/headd-300x300.jpg

    Her eyebrows are intentionally darkened and overdrawn. It’s an inexplicable youth trend. Google instagram brows.

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  65. I’ve seen the sex/race harassment shakedown from close proximity. The secretary thing stinks of it.

    Maybe Trump’s administration will fire the EEOC, ending tax-supported extortion for a while.

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    • Replies: @marty
    Not the first Berkeley law dean to go down for supposed harassment. Remember John Dwyer in '02? Fascinating background. PhD in chemical physics from CalTech, but decided law would be more interesting than science (?????).
    http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Friends-say-ex-UC-dean-kept-his-own-counsel-Law-2712588.php
  66. @Achmed E Newman
    Hahahaaa.

    Still "beavering away" is better than just "poking along" in life. That and import tariffs and a revival of the US manufacturing basic will get you a cup of coffee.

    ironic, of course, but also exhausting to contemplate. Being young these days requires constant beavering away at career-building. The SJW industry is highly competitive so only the most enterprising and relentlessly self-promoting amateur SJWs can expect to attain paid sinecures.

    Actually this is a really important point. A lot of SJW idiocies may happen as they are trying to impress each other rather than change society. You may have to do a number of outstandingly dumbass things to make a career for yourself in the competitive world of social justice.

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  67. @Fran Macadam
    "They" eat themselves.

    ““They” eat themselves.”

    They is the Hispanic version of Pat, another gender ambiguous person.

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  68. “James…and his husband…” Who would have thought?

    Just a day after leaving the White House, Obama is in the Palm Springs area on vacation.

    He and Michelle are staying at the mansion of [his former] Ambassador to Spain, James Costos, and his husband, interior designer Michael Smith, in Rancho Mirage.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4143660/Obama-heads-gym-day-leaving-office.html#ixzz4WSs8J3Ua

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    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Palm Springs is about the least black place imaginable.

    I don't really get the appeal of Palm Springs.

    The golf courses aren't even all that good.

    , @Ivy
    Sunnylands in nearby Rancho Mirage must've been booked, or closed for renovations. What else could explain the microaggression? Someone in the O advance team will pay for that unimaginable slight. If it was good enough for past Presidents, why not for the President-Eject?
  69. @dc.sunsets
    I've seen the sex/race harassment shakedown from close proximity. The secretary thing stinks of it.

    Maybe Trump's administration will fire the EEOC, ending tax-supported extortion for a while.

    Not the first Berkeley law dean to go down for supposed harassment. Remember John Dwyer in ’02? Fascinating background. PhD in chemical physics from CalTech, but decided law would be more interesting than science (?????).

    http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Friends-say-ex-UC-dean-kept-his-own-counsel-Law-2712588.php

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    • Replies: @EvolutionistX
    "PhD in chemical physics from CalTech, but decided law would be more interesting than science (?????)."
    I've heard that one before. It usually means he was having trouble picking up chicks. Women will date lawyers, whereas a PhD in chem phys might as well be a big L on your forehead. (Unless you can found your own company and make a million+ dollars.)
  70. @oddsbodkins
    "Sounds like a nothingburger case — it’s common for secretaries to want, say, a five figure check for putting up with highly paid bosses (and they often get them) — that turned into another example of Obama Era hysteria on campus."

    Don't be naive.
    Choudhry is just playing dumb in that letter. This man is not dumb- he lead the Berkeley Law school, for christ's sake. He was shown the Berkeley sexual harassment policy at or soon after the time of his hire, just like every other Berkeley employee. As a UC Berkeley employee I've read the same document. It's not hard to understand; certainly not for a gifted lawyer. Choudhry's account of his behavior differers from the account of Sorrell, but that doesn't matter, because the actions described in his account violate the sexual harassment policy. It's not too much to ask of highly paid professionals to follow a simple, clearly presented policy. This is a case of a man who wanted a piece on the side, but was too lazy to bother seeking that outside of work. As the saying goes, "Don't shit where you eat." Think Bill Clinton.

    As the saying goes, “Don’t shit where you eat.” Think Bill Clinton.

    And is of a piece with that other rock-solid rule; “Never stick your dick in crazy”.

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  71. @CCZ
    "James...and his husband..." Who would have thought?

    Just a day after leaving the White House, Obama is in the Palm Springs area on vacation.

    He and Michelle are staying at the mansion of [his former] Ambassador to Spain, James Costos, and his husband, interior designer Michael Smith, in Rancho Mirage.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4143660/Obama-heads-gym-day-leaving-office.html#ixzz4WSs8J3Ua
     

    Palm Springs is about the least black place imaginable.

    I don’t really get the appeal of Palm Springs.

    The golf courses aren’t even all that good.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Palm Springs is about the least black place imaginable.

    I don’t really get the appeal of Palm Springs.

    The golf courses aren’t even all that good."

    Palm Beach has better golf courses than Palm Springs.
    , @GCA reader
    Palm Springs' golf is highly overrated. Guessing that Obama's appreciation of golf doesn't extend to architecture. More about views vistas and course conditioning than routing and strategy. Funny, he'd probably love the archetypal Trump courses (pre-Hanse renovation of Doral and Ebert renovation of Turnberry.
    , @cthulhu
    And not a great weekend to be in Palm Springs anyway; SoCal, including the desert areas, is getting pummeled by heavy rain for a few more days. Skiing in the Sierras would have been a much better choice (do the Obamas ski?).
  72. Apparently Berkeley doesn’t believe in teaching its students how to properly use commas. I guess it would be “oppressive” for a college degree to require mastery of 7th grade English. (Hint: use commas for lists of 3 or more things. Lists of only two things do not require commas, unless you switch subjects, eg, “He went to the store, and she went to the movies.”)

    It’s a small thing, but it’s bloody annoying when people muck it up.

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    • Replies: @CCZ
    You haven’t heard? Grammar is racist!!

    Blacks At UCLA Call Correcting Their Grammar Racist

    "Recently, a group of 25 self-described “Students of Color” held a sit-in to support poor English writing skills. They whined about the “racism” of being offered constructive criticism of their lack of grammar, spelling, and punctuation abilities."

    Western Journalist by Dr. Kevin Collins, February 13, 2014

    In The Guardian, Monica Chalabi says “grammar snobbery is often used to silence those who have less of a voice in society” by, guess who, older, whiter, privileged people.

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/video/2016/apr/20/grammar-snobs-are-patronising-pretentious-and-just-plain-wrong-video
  73. @Steve Sailer
    Palm Springs is about the least black place imaginable.

    I don't really get the appeal of Palm Springs.

    The golf courses aren't even all that good.

    “Palm Springs is about the least black place imaginable.

    I don’t really get the appeal of Palm Springs.

    The golf courses aren’t even all that good.”

    Palm Beach has better golf courses than Palm Springs.

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  74. @Jefferson
    "I’m 99.9% sure she’s a hapa and not some exotic European."

    She could be Bjork's sister. Bjork the least Caucasoid phenotype European on the planet. There are some Hapas/Eurasians who look more Caucasoid and less Mongoloid in phenotype than Bjork.

    “She could be Bjork’s sister…”

    Odds are better on happa. There are a lot more happas in CA than Bjork siblings in the whole world.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Odds are better on happa. There are a lot more happas in CA than Bjork siblings in the whole world."

    I mean phenotype wise she could be Bjork's sister, because Bjork doesn't look pure Caucasoid in phenotype either.
  75. @marty
    Not the first Berkeley law dean to go down for supposed harassment. Remember John Dwyer in '02? Fascinating background. PhD in chemical physics from CalTech, but decided law would be more interesting than science (?????).
    http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Friends-say-ex-UC-dean-kept-his-own-counsel-Law-2712588.php

    “PhD in chemical physics from CalTech, but decided law would be more interesting than science (?????).”
    I’ve heard that one before. It usually means he was having trouble picking up chicks. Women will date lawyers, whereas a PhD in chem phys might as well be a big L on your forehead. (Unless you can found your own company and make a million+ dollars.)

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  76. @CCZ
    "James...and his husband..." Who would have thought?

    Just a day after leaving the White House, Obama is in the Palm Springs area on vacation.

    He and Michelle are staying at the mansion of [his former] Ambassador to Spain, James Costos, and his husband, interior designer Michael Smith, in Rancho Mirage.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4143660/Obama-heads-gym-day-leaving-office.html#ixzz4WSs8J3Ua
     

    Sunnylands in nearby Rancho Mirage must’ve been booked, or closed for renovations. What else could explain the microaggression? Someone in the O advance team will pay for that unimaginable slight. If it was good enough for past Presidents, why not for the President-Eject?

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  77. @EvolutionistX
    Apparently Berkeley doesn't believe in teaching its students how to properly use commas. I guess it would be "oppressive" for a college degree to require mastery of 7th grade English. (Hint: use commas for lists of 3 or more things. Lists of only two things do not require commas, unless you switch subjects, eg, "He went to the store, and she went to the movies.")

    It's a small thing, but it's bloody annoying when people muck it up.

    You haven’t heard? Grammar is racist!!

    Blacks At UCLA Call Correcting Their Grammar Racist

    “Recently, a group of 25 self-described “Students of Color” held a sit-in to support poor English writing skills. They whined about the “racism” of being offered constructive criticism of their lack of grammar, spelling, and punctuation abilities.”

    Western Journalist by Dr. Kevin Collins, February 13, 2014

    In The Guardian, Monica Chalabi says “grammar snobbery is often used to silence those who have less of a voice in society” by, guess who, older, whiter, privileged people.

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/video/2016/apr/20/grammar-snobs-are-patronising-pretentious-and-just-plain-wrong-video

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  78. Choudhry was touching her. Lots of secretaries in the Obama era had sex with their bosses, but this one wasn’t interested and the boss should have desisted with his futility. Instead he made obtuse and interminable advances with the obvious aim of getting jiggy with his young subordinate. Did Choudhry think he was an Obama lookalike?

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  79. @EvolutionistX
    "She could be Bjork’s sister..."

    Odds are better on happa. There are a lot more happas in CA than Bjork siblings in the whole world.

    “Odds are better on happa. There are a lot more happas in CA than Bjork siblings in the whole world.”

    I mean phenotype wise she could be Bjork’s sister, because Bjork doesn’t look pure Caucasoid in phenotype either.

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  80. @Steve Sailer
    Palm Springs is about the least black place imaginable.

    I don't really get the appeal of Palm Springs.

    The golf courses aren't even all that good.

    Palm Springs’ golf is highly overrated. Guessing that Obama’s appreciation of golf doesn’t extend to architecture. More about views vistas and course conditioning than routing and strategy. Funny, he’d probably love the archetypal Trump courses (pre-Hanse renovation of Doral and Ebert renovation of Turnberry.

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  81. @Steve Sailer
    Palm Springs is about the least black place imaginable.

    I don't really get the appeal of Palm Springs.

    The golf courses aren't even all that good.

    And not a great weekend to be in Palm Springs anyway; SoCal, including the desert areas, is getting pummeled by heavy rain for a few more days. Skiing in the Sierras would have been a much better choice (do the Obamas ski?).

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  82. What does “They” think of Kanye West’s 7th studio album The Life Of Pablo?

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  83. Ten years from now I would love to know what Kiana Schmitt is doing. Something tells me that she won’t be working in the SJW field. She could be an activist for victims of violence, but that would be awkward since she encouraged the lunacy that led to her own stabbing.

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