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From Yale News:

PAL: White students, step back

by SOHUM PAL NOV 10, 2017

GUEST COLUMNIST

… I may be in the minority, but I don’t want opportunity: I want power. Students of color, even when we find ourselves in white dominated spaces, find ourselves on the peripheries. We find ourselves undermined by peers, faculty and administrators, typically white, who tell us we can’t complain because we have “a seat at the table,” a euphemistic shorthand for the illusion of being a stakeholder and power broker. That is not enough — we deserve to be seated at the head of the table not only because we have a surfeit of the skills to lead, but also because we must dictate our own terms of engagement with white power structures, not from within white power structures. …

White students: Take a few steps back. You already know: when we enter white-dominated spaces, we take on the implicit roles of leadership, expending invaluable emotional and intellectual labor. It is time we were given the titles and power we deserve.

Sohum Pal is a sophomore in Branford College [Yale].

Also by Pal at Stories from the Silent Minority:

Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn’t been the case. Perhaps it was naive of me, considering that Yale isn’t actually a very diverse place. I love Yale and it’s already made me the benefactor of some phenomenal opportunities. At the same time, my first week at Yale was incredibly stressful because I received microaggressions or actual aggressions everyday. It definitely hasn’t ended, but I’ve found better, safer niches, like Disorient (a South Asian discussion group) and parts of the AACC and Asian American Students Alliance.

I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

 
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  1. Thomm says:

    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an ‘A’ for doing this.

    I was presented this sort of choice when I was a 19 y/o college student. I declined, getting a C for writing papers that any free-market, small government person would love.

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    So you refused to cuck yourself based on your race and cucked yourself economically instead? And of course cucking yourself economically, through the magic of immigration means cucking yourself racially.
    , @40 Acres and A Kardashian

    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an ‘A’ for doing this.
     
    Of course you doubt it. Because whenever a colored person does something bad, a cuck will always find a way to blame it on a white man, or "the system."
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  2. You already know: when we enter white-dominated spaces, we take on the implicit roles of leadership

    Sure, at Yale, what white person in their right mind would want to go to Yale?

    Just don’t get any ideas.

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    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too? After giving up cities, beach front real estate, public transportation, movie theaters, etc. now we're supposed to give up Yale and pretend that we never wanted it either? White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be "fancy."
    , @Anonymous
    The educational industrial complex will collapse due to demographic changes. Baby Boomer parents were born at the right time, during the era of great American prosperity, and have done very well. And they seem to have no problem laying over $60k/year for their progeny at expensive northeast colleges. But they’re leaving the stage.

    James Altucher (B.S. Computer Science, Cornell; M.S., Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon), who worked in finance, thinks college is one of the worst investments and advises young people, and even his own daughters, to forgo it.

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  3. POOR GUY says:

    a window into the mind of the author – clearly has a lot of diversity pokemon points.

    >> I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

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    Thanks for that link -- I thought I was up to date on Woke vocab, but Pal uses a new one, i.e. 'folx'. Love it!

    Really, the whole thing is worth reading. Plenty of insight into what's really valued in American mainstream higher ed.
    , @White Guy In Japan
    Poor guy. Diversity isn't about helping Brown people; it's about helping elites Whites feel good about themselves.
    , @Clyde

    I, personally, have not felt super welcome in the spaces for PoC that aren't explicitly Asian. On a personal level, I think there's lots of love between all groups of PoC, but I don't think that holds true on an organizational level in the sense that there seems to be greater solidarity between the Black and Latinx and indigenous communities than there is with the Asian community. I don't think it stems from explicit racism so much as the historical context that Asian communities have been heralded simultaneously as model minorities and cursed as thieves and [labor] scabs by white supremacist communities. That sense of Asians as thieves or cheap labor has, it seems, trickled down.
     
    The real question is, who is paying for this Paki's free ride at Yale? And what's with all this "welcoming" BS these gay, sex confused SJWs drone on about? Translates into ass-kissing for these fragile souls. Can you please cue up some sitar music in the background?
    , @Neoconned
    ARRRRGGGGG! MY HEAD IS EXPLODING FROM THE INTENSITY OF THE INTERSECTIONALITY!

    If Mr. Gay Hindi dude thinks Yale is so terrible then kick him out of his satin Hilton hotel cushy environs & send him down here to New Orleans to live w me & the homies in the real world....
    , @Forbes
    I've said for ages that 'diversity' is just a shiny new euphemism for the 21st century, to replace 20th century tokenism. It's about time the kids caught on...
    , @stillCARealist
    I couldn't get through it. It's so sophomoric. "Amazing", "Awesome". What the heck does "folx" mean? And of course, the constant F-word just to be cool and transgressive. Truly this has to be one of the most self-absorbed 19 year olds on the planet.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    I addition to getting points for being queer, disabled, and South Asian, I think Sohum also wants points for feeling like a token.
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  4. Hugh says:

    It’s almost as if the Daily Stormer planted this guy to recruit Yalies to the White Nationalist cause.

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    • Replies: @anonymous-antimarxist

    It’s almost as if the Daily Stormer planted this guy to recruit Yalies to the White Nationalist cause.
     
    Really??? Somebody did do the "planting" but it was not the dailystormer.

    The only planting done here began with the (((Cultural Marxists))) running Yale's Admissions department and the kid's Macher dad.

    Now watch this brief video and then reread this sophomore's article and identify the number of carefully crafted Cultural Marxist terms, phrases and buzzwords used. Has this kid been coached??? Oh Yeah.... since the cradle....

    The White Identity Crisis
    https://vid.me/Kw06q

    One more thing

    I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.
     
    Since when has been being POZ a disability??? Or should I say being gifted???

    More on background of Sohum Pal.

    Perfect SAT Scorer Wants to Help Others

    SUSMITA GUPTAPAL May 13, 2016

    SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Our son, Sohum Pal, a senior at San Luis Obispo High School in San Luis Obispo, California, recently was admitted to the top 3 Ivy League universities: Harvard, Yale and Princeton. He is choosing Yale University for his undergraduate studies double major in Linguistics and Ethics, Politics and Economics. He is also keen to pursue law in the future.

    He also received perfect scores in the SAT, all APs and subject tests. He would like to help other Indian juniors who would like to go to these schools. Anyone interested can e-mail him at sohumgpal@gmail.com or message him on Facebook.
     
    More on SUSMITA GUPTAPAL the father.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/susmita-guptapal-a5413221

    Experience

    President, CEO
    Infotech Telecom Inc.
    July 1996 – Present (21 years 5 months)
     
    http://www.infotechtelecom.com/

    Looks like this Yale kid's dad aspires to be the Carlos Helu Slim of South Asia....

    Looks like the first new word his dad learned when coming to America was chutzpah.
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  5. @Thomm
    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an 'A' for doing this.

    I was presented this sort of choice when I was a 19 y/o college student. I declined, getting a C for writing papers that any free-market, small government person would love.

    So you refused to cuck yourself based on your race and cucked yourself economically instead? And of course cucking yourself economically, through the magic of immigration means cucking yourself racially.

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    It could be that he believed it at the time. Pure capitalism is inhumane; communism is pure hell. I'd say 75%-25% is a good balance, wyth the 25% to cover all levels of government.
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  6. Sohum Pal seems like he is into that whole Yale thing.

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  7. It is time we were given the titles and power we deserve.

    We’d love to, but we don’t have Devanagari script on our printers.

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    As a queer South Asian he has a title waiting for him, but he'd have to be willing to cross-dress too. Hijras actually do have some power, as their curses are feared. All Mr. Pal wants is the recognition of this power in America. Reasonable, no?

    Hijras:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqauPpCbQ7Q
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  8. It sure would be nice if Trump or Roy Moore or Richard Spencer or any of these people could actually counter this anti white bigotry without just making themselves look so foolish that they end up strengthening their enemies. Although to Spencers credit at least he focuses on this stuff in stead of just sprinkling it onto run of the mill GOP economics to make it more palatable. Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments? Jared Taylor, who noone in the mainstream has ever heard of?

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    Perhaps it is worth noting that Jared Taylor graduated from Yale with a major in Philosophy. I doubt he is featured in the promo materials.

    Also, it is Yale Daily News.
    , @Opinionator
    Spencer himself recently proclaimed to the eager cameras that he wants "power." What an idiot. He's as artless as this immigrant college sophomore.
    , @International Jew
    Bill Maher.
    , @Pericles

    Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments?

     

    All I know is it will have to be a ... ♪ Jew, a Jew, a glorious, glorious Jew ♬.

    Bonus: Jews cannot be made to look foolish, because it's against the law.

    , @Intelligent Dasein

    Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments?
     
    In this regard as in so many others, the works of Oswald Spengler ought to be much better known than they are. Spengler was completely clear-eyed on racial matters. With an uncanny penetration and broadmindedness, and with a notable absence of spleen, he was able to explain why White European peoples had achieved a degree of technological and cultural supremacy unrivaled anywhere else, but he did so without depreciating other races or resorting to pettiness. He considered the sharing of Western technical advances with non-Western peoples to be a sort of "race-treason," but he also explained why these very non-Westerners would be able to quickly adopt the fruits of Western labor and eventually turn these weapons against their masters. He was not a blood-purist and he made allowances for individual genius, but neither was he a universalist who thought race, blood, and inheritance irrelevant. He understood both generalities and particularities; his theory covers both the rules and the exceptions. Practically alone among the intellectuals of his time, he was able to point out the flaws in naziism, communism, capitalism, liberalism, Darwinism, and other ideologies that commonly afflict our understanding of race. He should be essential reading for anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of the matter.
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  9. anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    How rich coming from yet another elitist Indian.

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    I know - it’s unbelievable that this ultra-privileged caste turd from a racist, putrid hellhole would demand whitey step aside.
    , @Rod1963
    Quite true.

    They are horrible people. They ruined their own country and now are coming here with the same pathologies that wrecked their homeland.
    , @Olorin
    And remember, he represents The Best Of His People.
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  10. @Desiderius

    You already know: when we enter white-dominated spaces, we take on the implicit roles of leadership
     
    Sure, at Yale, what white person in their right mind would want to go to Yale?

    Just don't get any ideas.

    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too? After giving up cities, beach front real estate, public transportation, movie theaters, etc. now we’re supposed to give up Yale and pretend that we never wanted it either? White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be “fancy.”

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    The majority of the whites at Yale are Jewish, and this has been true since at least the 1980s and possibly earlier. White gentiles are a minority and have been for a long time. I agree that we should cede no ground but that place was lost a long time ago.

    I took my daughter there for a tour and in one of their halls they have a wall with the names of Yalies that died in various foreign wars inscribed. Lots of Yalies died in American conflicts until about the Vietnam war, and I think exactly zero died in either of the Gulf Wars. A good illustration of how our elites now share none of our national burdens and are essentially parasitic. Which corresponds temporally with the banishment of the gentiles.

    The campus cemetery is all protestant and has the only Yalies that history will remember (Eli Whitney, Samuel Morse, etc.) Best part of the whole place!

    Part of Yale's over the top liberalism stems from being situated in New Haven, which is an absolute dump and almost all black. They are scared to death that the city will devour them so they do over-the-top virtue signaling to try to prevent violent town-gown conflict. Fundamentally they do this mostly because they are weak, and a little because they are stupid.
    , @JohnnyWalker123

    White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be “fancy.”
     
    We should also never aspire to live in NYC, LA, SF, Chicago, or Miami. We should give up the entire state of California. We should give public schools. We should give public spaces, like downtown urban areas and parks. We should give up writing for major papers like the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and LA Times. We should give up academia. We should give up working at major companies, like Amazon, Microsoft, and GE. Give up the mainline churches too.

    Let's all move to Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta. Then become online entreprenuers and home school our kids. For all our information, just watch FOX News and listen to Bill O'Reilly on the radio. For entertainment, clear brush in West Texas.
    , @Desiderius

    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too?
     
    Already did - fifty years ago.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingman_Brewster_Jr.

    Try to keep up.
    , @Hibernian
    "Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too?"

    Yale was socialist in the late '40s and early 50s, per W.F. Buckley, a man who made sense. My criteria for the feew "intellectuals" I trust is that they're right about the things I can see with my own eyes. Then I trust them about the things I cant see, such as foreign policy and the state of elite institutions which are beyond my experiencee.
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  11. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    You dropped a few balls here, Mr. Sailer. Good melodies have repetition!

    - “expending invaluable emotional [...] labor” (again)

    - microaggressions (again)

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    In high school, I definitely got a lot of microaggressions (and actual aggressions). Most of these aggressions were actually from teachers and administrators, which struck me as pretty fucked up. Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn’t been the case. Perhaps it was naive of me, considering that Yale isn’t actually a very diverse place. I love Yale and it’s already made me the benefactor of some phenomenal opportunities. At the same time, my first week at Yale was incredibly stressful because I received microaggressions or actual aggressions everyday.

    - AI and the gay face

    I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

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  12. This doesn’t even make any sense, being that White people are a racial minority

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  13. “But Sohum, if we give you power, how do we know our country won’t turn out like India?”

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  14. “The titles and power we deserve”

    Divine Right of Kings becomes Divine Right of Non-White Minorities.

    Of course, a white minority in South Africa, for example, doesn’t deserve “titles and power” – in that country it’s strictly rule by the majority.

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  15. newrouter says:

    You definitely go back. Very fast to your 3rd world hell hole.

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  16. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    … I, personally, have not felt super welcome in the spaces for PoC that aren’t explicitly Asian. On a personal level, I think there’s lots of love between all groups of PoC, but I don’t think that holds true on an organizational level in the sense that there seems to be greater solidarity between the Black and Latinx and indigenous communities than there is with the Asian community. I don’t think it stems from explicit racism so much as the historical context that Asian communities have been heralded simultaneously as model minorities and cursed as thieves and [labor] scabs by white supremacist communities. That sense of Asians as thieves or cheap labor has, it seems, trickled down.

    Which isn’t to say it doesn’t go both ways: there’s a history of entrenched anti-Black, anti-Latinx, and anti-Native rhetoric within the Asian community, and it’s been passed down to many of us through our families and friends. I think the intercultural liaisons that have sprung up among the cultural groups is a good start at creating those solidarities we need amongst all communities of color, but there’s always more to be done. Personally, I would love to see the creation of a cohesive political unit from the inter-ethnic communities, one that extends beyond simply asking groups to attend other groups’ events. I recognize the difficulties—and I recognize why it must have fallen apart in its former incarnations—but I think it’s a necessary solidarity. Maybe not one that’s possible right now, but one that we should be striving for.

    Why not just pull some misdirection? Hate whitey to prove to the brothas you’re down with them.

    A lot of mentor-figures I’ve met at/through Yale, mostly older students and alumni/professors, have taught me a lot about the history of Asian American and pan-ethnic organization at Yale. It’s important, I think, because each generation has its own radical acts, and we should borrow from the history of organization and political work as we can. Importantly, just as the forms of racial injustice evolve, many of them are deeply historical and entrenched—tragically, racial oppression maintains a sort of continuity that dates back to the forced and voluntary migrations/displacements that have brought us to the United States.

    Yeah, definitely go with the misdirection, Sohum. I don’t think the brothas want to hear about a “continuity” between slavery and money-grubbing Asian strivers leaving their countrymen behind for greener pastures.

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  17. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Desiderius

    You already know: when we enter white-dominated spaces, we take on the implicit roles of leadership
     
    Sure, at Yale, what white person in their right mind would want to go to Yale?

    Just don't get any ideas.

    The educational industrial complex will collapse due to demographic changes. Baby Boomer parents were born at the right time, during the era of great American prosperity, and have done very well. And they seem to have no problem laying over $60k/year for their progeny at expensive northeast colleges. But they’re leaving the stage.

    James Altucher (B.S. Computer Science, Cornell; M.S., Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon), who worked in finance, thinks college is one of the worst investments and advises young people, and even his own daughters, to forgo it.

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    • Replies: @Moses

    James Altucher (B.S. Computer Science, Cornell; M.S., Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon), who worked in finance, thinks college is one of the worst investments and advises young people, and even his own daughters, to forgo it.
     
    Time will tell. If Altucher's daughters do not attend uni he'll have credibility. If they do, he's just another empty signaller. And I say that as someone who likes his writing.

    Peter Thiel says the same thing. Yet from what I know of his history it's unlikely he would have had the opportunities he did without his Stanford undergrad and law degrees.

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  18. @POOR GUY
    a window into the mind of the author - clearly has a lot of diversity pokemon points.

    >> I can't lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    Thanks for that link — I thought I was up to date on Woke vocab, but Pal uses a new one, i.e. ‘folx’. Love it!

    Really, the whole thing is worth reading. Plenty of insight into what’s really valued in American mainstream higher ed.

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  19. Yeah, Indians are so smart and so good at leading, that’s why India is such a shit hole.

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  20. anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Perhaps it was naive of me, considering that Yale isn’t actually a very diverse place.

    Isn’t Yale like 1/3rd Jewish?

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  21. Bubba says:
    @anonymous
    How rich coming from yet another elitist Indian.

    I know – it’s unbelievable that this ultra-privileged caste turd from a racist, putrid hellhole would demand whitey step aside.

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  22. Mike M says:

    White students: Take a few steps back. You already know: when we enter white-dominated spaces, we take on the implicit roles of leadership, expending invaluable emotional and intellectual labor.

    Somebody please translate this numbskull’s gibberish. Wait a minute. It’s gibberish, nothing to translate.

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    He's hissing that he's better than us, deserves to lord over us -- in our own home -- because we were brainwashed into letting him slither in.
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  23. Svigor says:

    From:

    “White students: Take a few steps back.”

    To:

    White students: “Take a few steps back.”

    Inevitable. The “other” will push for it, until he gets it.

    I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    Fixed it to be more like English.

    P.S., South/SW Asians really are the worst.

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    South/SW Asians really are the worst.
     
    Take a tip from a mustachioed old Brit, m'boy. The way we used to finesse their ghastly primitive attitude was to set the Mohammedans against the Brahmins and so on (like this gobby little ponce, who is frankly begging for a slap), step back, and light the blue touchpaper (or greased cartridge, what have you).

    They don't need any eggin'-on, it's in the blood, due to massive overestimation in the face of objective evidence of (each) their own superiority and precedence over all mankind etc., just like the Jews, Arabs, Persians, Greeks, Japs etc.
    Won't be chirping half so merrily when Yale admits its long overdue quotient of mussulman fanatics and mahdists, and this 'Disorient' club will become decidedly un-haven-like to his delicate idolatrous posterior.
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  24. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Guy de Champlagne
    It sure would be nice if Trump or Roy Moore or Richard Spencer or any of these people could actually counter this anti white bigotry without just making themselves look so foolish that they end up strengthening their enemies. Although to Spencers credit at least he focuses on this stuff in stead of just sprinkling it onto run of the mill GOP economics to make it more palatable. Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments? Jared Taylor, who noone in the mainstream has ever heard of?

    Perhaps it is worth noting that Jared Taylor graduated from Yale with a major in Philosophy. I doubt he is featured in the promo materials.

    Also, it is Yale Daily News.

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  25. newrouter says:

    If you want to hit back against this insistent propaganda, you need to do an Art V CoS, 1. vigorous term limits of 12 years, 2 Amend Art 1 Sect. 8 clause 2 to “with approval of 3/4 State legislature approval”;

    Throw the bums out; Take back the credit card!

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    Sure because the strict term limits on California state officials have even slightly impeded the racial left. Term limits are not at all a pointless distraction
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  26. Svigor says:

    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an ‘A’ for doing this.

    I was presented this sort of choice when I was a 19 y/o college student. I declined, getting a C for writing papers that any free-market, small government person would love.

    Yes, whites force white-hating non-whites like “Thomm” and his ancestors to foul their own nests, move to white countries, and team up with the white-hating left.

    P.S., “Thomm” has always “felt” very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.

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    P.S., “Thomm” has always “felt” very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.
     
    Giving the Jews a break, Svig?
    , @Thomm

    P.S., “Thomm” has always “felt” very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.
     
    False. I am actually condemning the Yale Sophomore. If you were literate, you would see that in my original comment.

    What really bugs you is that successful white people don't buy into your Nationalist-Leftist stupidity. Most of us don't bother debating WN losers, but I enjoy bashing you.

    Heh heh heh heh
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  27. It would be helpful if brown people / nubes would build Universities and businesses (and countries) and not just try to sponge off of the work of my ancestors.

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    I doubt that 'your ancestors' contributed anything.

    Remember, variance within whites is very high. WN losers have nothing in common with successful whites (any more than a pygmy in the Congo has anything in common with Usain Bolt). Quit taking credit for the success of proper whites.
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  28. Feeeney says:

    Another Indo-supremacist. He is an explicit anti-white bigot, and wants everyone to know.

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  29. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Mike M
    White students: Take a few steps back. You already know: when we enter white-dominated spaces, we take on the implicit roles of leadership, expending invaluable emotional and intellectual labor.


    Somebody please translate this numbskull's gibberish. Wait a minute. It's gibberish, nothing to translate.

    He’s hissing that he’s better than us, deserves to lord over us — in our own home — because we were brainwashed into letting him slither in.

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  30. guest says:

    Is it even possible to be at the crux of many intersections? Not at the same time. If he’s moving from intersection to intersection, he could just stay still.

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  31. guest says:

    When do we stop politely listening and tell these people to shut up?

    Here, let me start: shut up!

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  32. @Guy de Champlagne
    It sure would be nice if Trump or Roy Moore or Richard Spencer or any of these people could actually counter this anti white bigotry without just making themselves look so foolish that they end up strengthening their enemies. Although to Spencers credit at least he focuses on this stuff in stead of just sprinkling it onto run of the mill GOP economics to make it more palatable. Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments? Jared Taylor, who noone in the mainstream has ever heard of?

    Spencer himself recently proclaimed to the eager cameras that he wants “power.” What an idiot. He’s as artless as this immigrant college sophomore.

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    He seems to think that noone in the mainstream is smart enough to see all the super obvious nazi imagery he uses everywhere. Although he seems genuinely oblivious to how gay he and everything he organizes comes off as, so maybe he actually doesn't notice all the nazi stuff either and is just a complete basket case.
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  33. Dr. X says:

    As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    Cry me a f-ing river, pal. Maybe you’d be happier back in India defecating in the street instead of being “queer and disabled” at one of the most prestigious colleges in the U.S. …and directly or indirectly, getting subsidized by the U.S. taxpayer.

    Pardon me while I sob my blue eyes out for ya…

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  34. @Guy de Champlagne
    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too? After giving up cities, beach front real estate, public transportation, movie theaters, etc. now we're supposed to give up Yale and pretend that we never wanted it either? White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be "fancy."

    The majority of the whites at Yale are Jewish, and this has been true since at least the 1980s and possibly earlier. White gentiles are a minority and have been for a long time. I agree that we should cede no ground but that place was lost a long time ago.

    I took my daughter there for a tour and in one of their halls they have a wall with the names of Yalies that died in various foreign wars inscribed. Lots of Yalies died in American conflicts until about the Vietnam war, and I think exactly zero died in either of the Gulf Wars. A good illustration of how our elites now share none of our national burdens and are essentially parasitic. Which corresponds temporally with the banishment of the gentiles.

    The campus cemetery is all protestant and has the only Yalies that history will remember (Eli Whitney, Samuel Morse, etc.) Best part of the whole place!

    Part of Yale’s over the top liberalism stems from being situated in New Haven, which is an absolute dump and almost all black. They are scared to death that the city will devour them so they do over-the-top virtue signaling to try to prevent violent town-gown conflict. Fundamentally they do this mostly because they are weak, and a little because they are stupid.

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    If you're going to have a "Jews have cooties and I don't want any part of western civilization that they've touched" approach, I'm not sure what's left that's really worth preserving. Even mainstream conservatives have the seem knee jerk reaction against anything deemed too "European" (as in the continent). So much of everything else is just ugly, uncultured, sprawl and economic masochism.
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  35. @Guy de Champlagne
    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too? After giving up cities, beach front real estate, public transportation, movie theaters, etc. now we're supposed to give up Yale and pretend that we never wanted it either? White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be "fancy."

    White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be “fancy.”

    We should also never aspire to live in NYC, LA, SF, Chicago, or Miami. We should give up the entire state of California. We should give public schools. We should give public spaces, like downtown urban areas and parks. We should give up writing for major papers like the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and LA Times. We should give up academia. We should give up working at major companies, like Amazon, Microsoft, and GE. Give up the mainline churches too.

    Let’s all move to Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta. Then become online entreprenuers and home school our kids. For all our information, just watch FOX News and listen to Bill O’Reilly on the radio. For entertainment, clear brush in West Texas.

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    You did a better job than me listing good things to abandon but I'm still only 85% sure you agree with me cause outside of Bill Oreilly and Fox News that other stuff doesn't sound half bead.
    , @jimbojones
    Houston, Dallas and Atlanta hardly constitute bastions of unrepentant reaction.
    https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/georgia
    https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/texas
    The real split is between the big great cities and the country (including the towns).

    You guys make a great point, though - as far as I can see the choices are: (i) endure & tolerate (in the old sense of the word), (ii) defend and reconquer, (iii) abandon and bypass. The first option is repugnant except in cases of absolute necessity; the second option requires either popular or elite support, both of which the modern anti-PC counterculture currently lacks; and that leaves the third option. The third option is not all that depressing - just think of it as the opportunity to create the new Atlantic magazine (hello Unz Review), the new Harvard (hello traditionalist Catholic colleges), or the new Twitter (hello whatever). Hell, even the new California or the new America if it comes to that - and it might.

    , @Desiderius
    Did that Kenny Loggins eight-track finally wear out and you've been forced to rejoin the real world, Rip Van Walker?

    All that has already happened, much of it a long time ago. The question is what to do going forward.
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  36. Rod1963 says:
    @anonymous
    How rich coming from yet another elitist Indian.

    Quite true.

    They are horrible people. They ruined their own country and now are coming here with the same pathologies that wrecked their homeland.

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    Aryans didn't ruin their country. They flourished for millennia.

    But they got soft (think modern day Scandinavia). They couldn't handle the relentless 1000 year Islamic holocausts, which weakened them substantially, then followed by brutal British colonial rule utterly ruined their country.

    They are trying to make a comeback but it's going to take another 100 years or so.

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  37. I may be in the minority, but I don’t want opportunity: I want power.

    You don’t seem to understand how power works, son. It’s not given. You have to come and take it.

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  38. Jason Liu says:

    Nothing wrong seeking power, every group should do it. But asking a competitor to “step back” because “it’s racist” is a bitch move. If someone cedes power to you, you didn’t earn it.

    Mr. Pal should look in the mirror and realize that he isn’t a 14 year old tumblrina before wearing “queer” and “disabled” like trophies.

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  39. @Opinionator
    Spencer himself recently proclaimed to the eager cameras that he wants "power." What an idiot. He's as artless as this immigrant college sophomore.

    He seems to think that noone in the mainstream is smart enough to see all the super obvious nazi imagery he uses everywhere. Although he seems genuinely oblivious to how gay he and everything he organizes comes off as, so maybe he actually doesn’t notice all the nazi stuff either and is just a complete basket case.

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  40. snorlax says:
    @Svigor

    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an ‘A’ for doing this.

    I was presented this sort of choice when I was a 19 y/o college student. I declined, getting a C for writing papers that any free-market, small government person would love.
     
    Yes, whites force white-hating non-whites like "Thomm" and his ancestors to foul their own nests, move to white countries, and team up with the white-hating left.

    P.S., "Thomm" has always "felt" very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.

    P.S., “Thomm” has always “felt” very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.

    Giving the Jews a break, Svig?

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    Giving the Jews a break, Svig?
     
    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.

    Remember that anyone who disagrees with one of these idjits must be of some group they hate. That is the only way they can sleep at night and avoid the truth they fear the most : that successful whites will never allow these White Trashionalists into polite society, nor will they subject their daughters to the torture of enduring them.
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  41. Hillbilly says:

    To successfully lead, in most instances, you need some measure of bravado, and an assumption of dominion over others, because you are going to need to put your dick on the table, so to speak. I think a lot of the new immigrant elite, simple lack the necessary bravado to risk it all and to physically intimidate others. Maybe the curve is shifted left a 1/4 standard deviation and that has significant right tail effects. You see the differential bravado (matched to above average intelligence) by looking at the adventure sports that require both attributes. Whites are massive over-represented in everything from mountain biking to big wave surfing to motorsport. Most of these take some measure of intelligence and some measure of bravery and risk taking and sensation seeking. To be a captain of industry you are likely going to benefit from similar traits.

    At first glance, he looks low testosterone. What he should do is get a blood test. Then take the necessary exogenous testosterone to boost his levels above 1,300 ng/dl so he is in the top .5%. He should then, to the best of his ability, hit the weights until he can move some heavy iron. Then he should find a way to be sexually dominant. Since he is gay, I assume that means he should probably get on grindr and top at least 20 guys, bossing them around like a 2,000 pound bull. After six months, he should then re-evaluate his thoughts and see how with a strong body, a strong sexual confidence and sky high testosterone, the world is simply a different place. He already has the brain, he just doesn’t have the balls. The fact that he hasn’t already this simple path is concerning as more of his type move into the USA. You need to be able to think outside the box. If you are against taking T, then you probably are not going to win a world full of dopers (like me). If you are not sexually dominant, then you are probably going to always be wondering your place, so better think outside the box (literally in this case), to find a solution. And if you are not confident that you can beat the crap out of at least 2/3 people, then you are wimp and will assume the position of one.

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  42. Peterike says:

    Why is it that I hear these “silent minorities” yelling at me everywhere I turn?

    Silent. I wish.

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  43. @JohnnyWalker123

    White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be “fancy.”
     
    We should also never aspire to live in NYC, LA, SF, Chicago, or Miami. We should give up the entire state of California. We should give public schools. We should give public spaces, like downtown urban areas and parks. We should give up writing for major papers like the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and LA Times. We should give up academia. We should give up working at major companies, like Amazon, Microsoft, and GE. Give up the mainline churches too.

    Let's all move to Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta. Then become online entreprenuers and home school our kids. For all our information, just watch FOX News and listen to Bill O'Reilly on the radio. For entertainment, clear brush in West Texas.

    You did a better job than me listing good things to abandon but I’m still only 85% sure you agree with me cause outside of Bill Oreilly and Fox News that other stuff doesn’t sound half bead.

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  44. @POOR GUY
    a window into the mind of the author - clearly has a lot of diversity pokemon points.

    >> I can't lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    Poor guy. Diversity isn’t about helping Brown people; it’s about helping elites Whites feel good about themselves.

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  45. Thomm says:
    @Svigor

    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an ‘A’ for doing this.

    I was presented this sort of choice when I was a 19 y/o college student. I declined, getting a C for writing papers that any free-market, small government person would love.
     
    Yes, whites force white-hating non-whites like "Thomm" and his ancestors to foul their own nests, move to white countries, and team up with the white-hating left.

    P.S., "Thomm" has always "felt" very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.

    P.S., “Thomm” has always “felt” very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.

    False. I am actually condemning the Yale Sophomore. If you were literate, you would see that in my original comment.

    What really bugs you is that successful white people don’t buy into your Nationalist-Leftist stupidity. Most of us don’t bother debating WN losers, but I enjoy bashing you.

    Heh heh heh heh

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    I got that Thomm was being critical. Unless he's being facetious. There are Indians that would snicker at Mr. Pal behind his back.
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  46. @JohnnyWalker123

    White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be “fancy.”
     
    We should also never aspire to live in NYC, LA, SF, Chicago, or Miami. We should give up the entire state of California. We should give public schools. We should give public spaces, like downtown urban areas and parks. We should give up writing for major papers like the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and LA Times. We should give up academia. We should give up working at major companies, like Amazon, Microsoft, and GE. Give up the mainline churches too.

    Let's all move to Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta. Then become online entreprenuers and home school our kids. For all our information, just watch FOX News and listen to Bill O'Reilly on the radio. For entertainment, clear brush in West Texas.

    Houston, Dallas and Atlanta hardly constitute bastions of unrepentant reaction.

    https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/georgia

    https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/texas

    The real split is between the big great cities and the country (including the towns).

    You guys make a great point, though – as far as I can see the choices are: (i) endure & tolerate (in the old sense of the word), (ii) defend and reconquer, (iii) abandon and bypass. The first option is repugnant except in cases of absolute necessity; the second option requires either popular or elite support, both of which the modern anti-PC counterculture currently lacks; and that leaves the third option. The third option is not all that depressing – just think of it as the opportunity to create the new Atlantic magazine (hello Unz Review), the new Harvard (hello traditionalist Catholic colleges), or the new Twitter (hello whatever). Hell, even the new California or the new America if it comes to that – and it might.

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  47. Thomm says:

    Something is not right. I did a Google search on his name.

    The kid got a perfect SAT score, yet still is majoring in fluff :

    http://www.indiawest.com/letters_to_editor/perfect-sat-scorer-wants-to-help-others/article_5d05109c-1968-11e6-9b50-b37532e40444.html

    I was under the impression that Asian parents (especially Indian ones) did not allow their kids to major in anything that was not rigorous and tied to a lucrative career.

    The kid seems off… A shame, as he was smart enough to get a perfect SAT score.

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    The kid seems off… A shame, as he was smart enough to get a perfect SAT score.
     
    A lot of those are "off." The ones you want to employ or just know, for example, are just below them, not perfect.
    , @PiltdownMan

    Something is not right. I did a Google search on his name.

    The kid got a perfect SAT score, yet still is majoring in fluff :

    http://www.indiawest.com/letters_to_editor/perfect-sat-scorer-wants-to-help-others/article_5d05109c-1968-11e6-9b50-b37532e40444.html

    I was under the impression that Asian parents (especially Indian ones) did not allow their kids to major in anything that was not rigorous and tied to a lucrative career.
     

    For over twenty years, his dad, who wrote that letter has been the president and CEO of a company called Infotech Telecom in the San Luis Obispo area, a reseller of bulk telecommunications line capacity to Asia. Presumably, with the two decade long boom in both outsourcing to India and immigration of Indian programmers to the software industry in California, business has been booming, and they are well off. I speculate.

    My point is, after all that time that the family has been here in America, including the entirety of the kid's life, the letter says the son wishes to help other Indians get into Yale, Harvard and Princeton.

    Talk about not assimilating.

    And now the son wants whites to step back, despite getting spadefuls of privilege and opportunity at an early age.

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    Thomm, I think it is mostly the Oriental parents, more than the Indian ones, that insist that the kids take science/math/computers/engineering. That's my observation only. However, I think the main factor here is that the rich dad has probably spoiled this "special" "needs" (haha) kid so much, that said Dad is just glad to have the kid somewhere he can be happy. Well, I guess he's not completely happy, per this post. Whatever shall we do?
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    Oh, I got it! Send his Dot-Indian ass back to the Motherland.
    , @Anonymous
    Just because you found a post on the internet claiming perfect test scores, it doesn't mean he got perfect test scores.

    Maybe he did, but back in the day you'd have to know the meaning of words like "crux" "intersection" "benefactor" vs "beneficiary" etc ... these are not actually what we used to call "SAT words" but times they do change...
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  48. Thomm says:
    @snorlax

    P.S., “Thomm” has always “felt” very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.
     
    Giving the Jews a break, Svig?

    Giving the Jews a break, Svig?

    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.

    Remember that anyone who disagrees with one of these idjits must be of some group they hate. That is the only way they can sleep at night and avoid the truth they fear the most : that successful whites will never allow these White Trashionalists into polite society, nor will they subject their daughters to the torture of enduring them.

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    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.
     
    If so, Svigor made a mistake there. Jews are typically pretty smart. And, clearly, you are not.
    , @Pericles

    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.
     
    Well, there's something wrong with you. Let's figure out what!

    successful whites will never ... subject their daughters to the torture of enduring them.
     
    Obv. since WN not black.
    , @Brutusale
    Most of us don't care which group you belong to...other than idiot.
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  49. Hubbub says:

    …It is time we were given the titles and power we deserve.

    Notice that the word ‘earned’ is not to be found in this phrasing. ‘Given’ and ‘deserve’ because we be people of color who deserve to be given things because we be people of color.

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  50. @Thomm
    Something is not right. I did a Google search on his name.

    The kid got a perfect SAT score, yet still is majoring in fluff :

    http://www.indiawest.com/letters_to_editor/perfect-sat-scorer-wants-to-help-others/article_5d05109c-1968-11e6-9b50-b37532e40444.html

    I was under the impression that Asian parents (especially Indian ones) did not allow their kids to major in anything that was not rigorous and tied to a lucrative career.

    The kid seems off... A shame, as he was smart enough to get a perfect SAT score.

    The kid seems off… A shame, as he was smart enough to get a perfect SAT score.

    A lot of those are “off.” The ones you want to employ or just know, for example, are just below them, not perfect.

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  51. fooco1 says:
    @Rod1963
    Quite true.

    They are horrible people. They ruined their own country and now are coming here with the same pathologies that wrecked their homeland.

    Aryans didn’t ruin their country. They flourished for millennia.

    But they got soft (think modern day Scandinavia). They couldn’t handle the relentless 1000 year Islamic holocausts, which weakened them substantially, then followed by brutal British colonial rule utterly ruined their country.

    They are trying to make a comeback but it’s going to take another 100 years or so.

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    @51 fooco1: " . . . brutal British colonial rule utterly ruined their country."

    What a novel defense for shitting in the street: "Whitey made me do it!"
    Hint: The charge of evil colonialism, just like its fellows racism, anti-semitism, and homophobia, only matter to boomers and cucks, of whom there are more than few amongst Steve's readers. For many of us, however, they are badges of pride. Your feelings are hurt? ZFG. You want more of Whitey's stuff? ZFG. You want to come live with us? ZFG. You have brown pride? ZFG.

    You desperately want to matter to White people, who generally just don't give a rat's posterior about you or your problems, unless and until you are forced upon us in our homelands. And then the only thing we care about is getting you OUT.
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  52. @SimpleSong
    The majority of the whites at Yale are Jewish, and this has been true since at least the 1980s and possibly earlier. White gentiles are a minority and have been for a long time. I agree that we should cede no ground but that place was lost a long time ago.

    I took my daughter there for a tour and in one of their halls they have a wall with the names of Yalies that died in various foreign wars inscribed. Lots of Yalies died in American conflicts until about the Vietnam war, and I think exactly zero died in either of the Gulf Wars. A good illustration of how our elites now share none of our national burdens and are essentially parasitic. Which corresponds temporally with the banishment of the gentiles.

    The campus cemetery is all protestant and has the only Yalies that history will remember (Eli Whitney, Samuel Morse, etc.) Best part of the whole place!

    Part of Yale's over the top liberalism stems from being situated in New Haven, which is an absolute dump and almost all black. They are scared to death that the city will devour them so they do over-the-top virtue signaling to try to prevent violent town-gown conflict. Fundamentally they do this mostly because they are weak, and a little because they are stupid.

    If you’re going to have a “Jews have cooties and I don’t want any part of western civilization that they’ve touched” approach, I’m not sure what’s left that’s really worth preserving. Even mainstream conservatives have the seem knee jerk reaction against anything deemed too “European” (as in the continent). So much of everything else is just ugly, uncultured, sprawl and economic masochism.

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    Um, they haven't 'touched' Yale. They completely dominate it. Yale has not had a non-Jewish president since 1993. The majority of their white student body is Jewish. The only religious organization of any note on campus is Hillel. All of their most famous professors (e.g. Harold Bloom) are Jewish.

    This is different from most universities, which have an over-representation of Jews but are not completely overwhelmed. The only universities that are more dominated by Jews than Yale that I can think of are those that are explicitly Jewish (Brandeis, Albert Einstein.) How do you think the Jewish community would react if Hindus or Southern Baptists took those places over?
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  53. Whiskey says: • Website

    White slavery is just around the corner. The “White Question” is always on the minds of the new Overlords. It is jet-fueled by the resentment times a thousand of most White women who were PROMISED!!11eleventy!!11 dambit those Alpha males. And all they got was ordinary men. That they are ordinary women never enters their heads.

    The coalition of the Ascendant is: White Middle Class Professional Women, Non-Whites, Cuckservatives.

    So yes, California (I can attest to this personally) is ALREADY lost. The only question is which Latino will be the next Governor. The Legislature is nearly all Latino; and the point of the SNL video was to shuffle off the older White cohort in the Democratic party: Hillary! Bernie Fauxcahontas etc. for vibrant people of color who have superior morality and intellect by virtue of their skin color: Oprah, or Michelle Obama, or Kamala Harris, or Corey Booker.

    The Democratic Party is lost. California, New York, Oregon, and Washington are lost. Virginia is lost. Yale, Harvard, Stanford, and Princeton are all lost. So are the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, the coasts, Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit, Baltimore, New York, and DC as places Whites are forbidden. Same with corporations, movies, TV, and the like. The purge and enslavement of White men has already begun. The military is lost, as is the police, don’t expect any succor there. Most White women are fine with this state of affairs, they can always be mistresses or washerwomen of the non-White rulers, women are again fine with this either way. Many in fact would prefer it to dealing with ordinary men and being reminded of their own ordinariness.

    Victory is impossible, but survival is not. The goal should be survival, at all and any costs. Survival requires group cohesion, punishment of out-group enemies, and fear and deterrence at all costs. Imagine Reginald Denny, over and over again; without fear and valid fear of IMMEDIATE reprisal that is the fate of most ordinary White men without the means to flee or buy out attackers. Lone Whites are easy targets, groups can defend themselves. It is therefore VITAL to make examples of anyone White-baiting.

    Mr. Pal is by his own admission a gay South Indian person. I think it excellent to advertise this fact back home, so that everyone in his home village and town knows this, and how much he enjoys his gay lifestyle in America. Its excellent news, why shouldn’t it be shared with all his friends, relatives, and his relatives acquaintances back home?

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    Whiskey--the fire and brimstone preacher of the new dispensation.
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  54. TheBoom says:

    Their hatred for us and their plans are not subtle. If we continue with the current course and throw away the future of our descendants, we will have ourselves to blame.

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  55. Mr. Anon says:

    … I may be in the minority, but I don’t want opportunity: I want power.

    Then this little turd should go back to India and stage a coup.

    Why did we ever accept these insolent invaders into our country? It is ours. Not his. Ours. We owe India and Indians nothing.

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  56. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm

    Giving the Jews a break, Svig?
     
    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.

    Remember that anyone who disagrees with one of these idjits must be of some group they hate. That is the only way they can sleep at night and avoid the truth they fear the most : that successful whites will never allow these White Trashionalists into polite society, nor will they subject their daughters to the torture of enduring them.

    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.

    If so, Svigor made a mistake there. Jews are typically pretty smart. And, clearly, you are not.

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    If so, Svigor made a mistake there. Jews are typically pretty smart. And, clearly, you are not.
     
    Yawn... I have certainly obliterated you in the past. I remind you that White Trashionalists have Negro IQs. That is why you can't read graphs and charts.

    Heh heh heh heh
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  57. @Guy de Champlagne
    It sure would be nice if Trump or Roy Moore or Richard Spencer or any of these people could actually counter this anti white bigotry without just making themselves look so foolish that they end up strengthening their enemies. Although to Spencers credit at least he focuses on this stuff in stead of just sprinkling it onto run of the mill GOP economics to make it more palatable. Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments? Jared Taylor, who noone in the mainstream has ever heard of?

    Bill Maher.

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  58. Mr. Anon says:

    Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn’t been the case. Perhaps it was naive of me, considering that Yale isn’t actually a very diverse place. I love Yale and it’s already made me the benefactor of some phenomenal opportunities.

    The little snot apparently doesn’t know the meaning of the word “benefactor”. He means “recipient”, not “benefactor”. Good thing that wasn’t on the SAT.

    I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    That’s because he is. He’s a whining Indian homo, and that’s all he’ll ever be.

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    Presumably, he was confusing "benefactor" with "beneficiary", but yeah, it supports his impression that he was accepted as a token.

    It does raise the question of what career track lies ahead for an affirmative action recipient inculcated with resentment toward the majority, and what the benefit is to Yale.

    I'm also reminded of the fiasco when Yale almost accepted that barely-educated former Taliban spokesman, before the uproar ensued.
    , @EH
    That he confused "benefactor" with "beneficiary", two not particularly uncommon words, indicates that his SAT score is suspect - cheating for someone like him is highly likely.
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  59. Thomm says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.
     
    If so, Svigor made a mistake there. Jews are typically pretty smart. And, clearly, you are not.

    If so, Svigor made a mistake there. Jews are typically pretty smart. And, clearly, you are not.

    Yawn… I have certainly obliterated you in the past. I remind you that White Trashionalists have Negro IQs. That is why you can’t read graphs and charts.

    Heh heh heh heh

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    Yawn… I have certainly obliterated you in the past.
     
    I'm sure that in the depths of the yawning chasm that is your mind you have gotten the better of many imaginary foes.

    You never did tell us how much math you've had. Embarrassed by the answer, I assume.

    Cretin.

    , @Mr. Anon

    Yawn… I have certainly obliterated you in the past.
     
    No doubt you do imagine that you have "obliterated" people - in those internal monologues you hold within the gaping chasm of your mind. You probably think that you "owned" people, "pawned" people, and "destroyed someone on YouTube" as well. You write like a dim-witted sixteen year old.
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  60. Moses says:

    The only thing worse for a queer South Asian man than living in a country built by racist Whites and attending a world prestigious university founded and built by racist Whites is not being allowed to immigrate to a country and attend a world prestigious university built by racist Whites.

    The problem with countries and universities built by racist Whites is the racist Whites themselves. Will they move aside, die out and get replaced already?

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  61. Clyde says:
    @POOR GUY
    a window into the mind of the author - clearly has a lot of diversity pokemon points.

    >> I can't lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    I, personally, have not felt super welcome in the spaces for PoC that aren’t explicitly Asian. On a personal level, I think there’s lots of love between all groups of PoC, but I don’t think that holds true on an organizational level in the sense that there seems to be greater solidarity between the Black and Latinx and indigenous communities than there is with the Asian community. I don’t think it stems from explicit racism so much as the historical context that Asian communities have been heralded simultaneously as model minorities and cursed as thieves and [labor] scabs by white supremacist communities. That sense of Asians as thieves or cheap labor has, it seems, trickled down.

    The real question is, who is paying for this Paki’s free ride at Yale? And what’s with all this “welcoming” BS these gay, sex confused SJWs drone on about? Translates into ass-kissing for these fragile souls. Can you please cue up some sitar music in the background?

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  62. AnalogMan says:

    When I was in the (old South African) Army, they had an expression for someone who got above himself like this: “He thinks he’s White”.

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  63. Moses says:
    @Anonymous
    The educational industrial complex will collapse due to demographic changes. Baby Boomer parents were born at the right time, during the era of great American prosperity, and have done very well. And they seem to have no problem laying over $60k/year for their progeny at expensive northeast colleges. But they’re leaving the stage.

    James Altucher (B.S. Computer Science, Cornell; M.S., Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon), who worked in finance, thinks college is one of the worst investments and advises young people, and even his own daughters, to forgo it.

    James Altucher (B.S. Computer Science, Cornell; M.S., Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon), who worked in finance, thinks college is one of the worst investments and advises young people, and even his own daughters, to forgo it.

    Time will tell. If Altucher’s daughters do not attend uni he’ll have credibility. If they do, he’s just another empty signaller. And I say that as someone who likes his writing.

    Peter Thiel says the same thing. Yet from what I know of his history it’s unlikely he would have had the opportunities he did without his Stanford undergrad and law degrees.

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    You can't judge him by whether or not his daughters go to college, considering they are free to ignore his advice. Though you are allowed to judge him for paying for it, if he does.
    , @Lagertha
    completely agree with you on the idea that Altucher and Thiel were part of the past when meritocracy, in something as crucial as Comp Sci or Engineering, mattered. And, if you were lucky enough to have gotten your degree from the top 20 Uni's, your life was set. Now, however, we do not yet see too many students who blew-off Uni, succeeding at high paying jobs in tech/industry/finance. I know of several who dropped out...or went to State U, or unknown U, who are succeeding...but they are the exception, even when they were in in HS.
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  64. @Thomm
    Something is not right. I did a Google search on his name.

    The kid got a perfect SAT score, yet still is majoring in fluff :

    http://www.indiawest.com/letters_to_editor/perfect-sat-scorer-wants-to-help-others/article_5d05109c-1968-11e6-9b50-b37532e40444.html

    I was under the impression that Asian parents (especially Indian ones) did not allow their kids to major in anything that was not rigorous and tied to a lucrative career.

    The kid seems off... A shame, as he was smart enough to get a perfect SAT score.

    Something is not right. I did a Google search on his name.

    The kid got a perfect SAT score, yet still is majoring in fluff :

    http://www.indiawest.com/letters_to_editor/perfect-sat-scorer-wants-to-help-others/article_5d05109c-1968-11e6-9b50-b37532e40444.html

    I was under the impression that Asian parents (especially Indian ones) did not allow their kids to major in anything that was not rigorous and tied to a lucrative career.

    For over twenty years, his dad, who wrote that letter has been the president and CEO of a company called Infotech Telecom in the San Luis Obispo area, a reseller of bulk telecommunications line capacity to Asia. Presumably, with the two decade long boom in both outsourcing to India and immigration of Indian programmers to the software industry in California, business has been booming, and they are well off. I speculate.

    My point is, after all that time that the family has been here in America, including the entirety of the kid’s life, the letter says the son wishes to help other Indians get into Yale, Harvard and Princeton.

    Talk about not assimilating.

    And now the son wants whites to step back, despite getting spadefuls of privilege and opportunity at an early age.

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    Presumably, with the two decade long boom in both outsourcing to India and immigration of Indian programmers to the software industry in California, business has been booming, and they are well off. I speculate.
     
    Probably. They are the highest-income ethnic group, and that appears to be a line of business that Indians are in.

    But it is still odd that he is not required to major in something rigorous. Particularly given the line of work his father is in.

    The kid is a little shit, but it seems odd that he is allowed to pursue SJW courses.
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  65. @Guy de Champlagne
    If you're going to have a "Jews have cooties and I don't want any part of western civilization that they've touched" approach, I'm not sure what's left that's really worth preserving. Even mainstream conservatives have the seem knee jerk reaction against anything deemed too "European" (as in the continent). So much of everything else is just ugly, uncultured, sprawl and economic masochism.

    Um, they haven’t ‘touched’ Yale. They completely dominate it. Yale has not had a non-Jewish president since 1993. The majority of their white student body is Jewish. The only religious organization of any note on campus is Hillel. All of their most famous professors (e.g. Harold Bloom) are Jewish.

    This is different from most universities, which have an over-representation of Jews but are not completely overwhelmed. The only universities that are more dominated by Jews than Yale that I can think of are those that are explicitly Jewish (Brandeis, Albert Einstein.) How do you think the Jewish community would react if Hindus or Southern Baptists took those places over?

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  66. Thomm says:
    @PiltdownMan

    Something is not right. I did a Google search on his name.

    The kid got a perfect SAT score, yet still is majoring in fluff :

    http://www.indiawest.com/letters_to_editor/perfect-sat-scorer-wants-to-help-others/article_5d05109c-1968-11e6-9b50-b37532e40444.html

    I was under the impression that Asian parents (especially Indian ones) did not allow their kids to major in anything that was not rigorous and tied to a lucrative career.
     

    For over twenty years, his dad, who wrote that letter has been the president and CEO of a company called Infotech Telecom in the San Luis Obispo area, a reseller of bulk telecommunications line capacity to Asia. Presumably, with the two decade long boom in both outsourcing to India and immigration of Indian programmers to the software industry in California, business has been booming, and they are well off. I speculate.

    My point is, after all that time that the family has been here in America, including the entirety of the kid's life, the letter says the son wishes to help other Indians get into Yale, Harvard and Princeton.

    Talk about not assimilating.

    And now the son wants whites to step back, despite getting spadefuls of privilege and opportunity at an early age.

    Presumably, with the two decade long boom in both outsourcing to India and immigration of Indian programmers to the software industry in California, business has been booming, and they are well off. I speculate.

    Probably. They are the highest-income ethnic group, and that appears to be a line of business that Indians are in.

    But it is still odd that he is not required to major in something rigorous. Particularly given the line of work his father is in.

    The kid is a little shit, but it seems odd that he is allowed to pursue SJW courses.

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    The kid is a little shit, but it seems odd that he is allowed to pursue SJW courses.
     
    Hold your tongue!!!

    Your looking at the Democratic Party nominee in 2040!!!

    Sohum Pal/Malia Obama 2040!!!
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  67. “I love Yale and it’s already made me the benefactor of some phenomenal opportunities.”

    Hey, Pal, being admitted to Yale when you don’t know the difference between “benefactor” and “beneficiary,” makes you – and Yale – look embarrassingly stupid, or purposely malign toward applicants who do know the difference between those two words and who were denied admission to Yale because Yale instead admitted you.

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    It's also a telling mistake. He is doing everyone a favor by taking things.
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  68. Thomm says:

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    The fact that he is gay is the most notable thing here. More so than his race, even if he chooses to write an anti-white article. Obviously, a gay person is going to be an SJW.

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  69. Thomm says:
    @Prof. Woland
    It would be helpful if brown people / nubes would build Universities and businesses (and countries) and not just try to sponge off of the work of my ancestors.

    I doubt that ‘your ancestors’ contributed anything.

    Remember, variance within whites is very high. WN losers have nothing in common with successful whites (any more than a pygmy in the Congo has anything in common with Usain Bolt). Quit taking credit for the success of proper whites.

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    I doubt that ‘your ancestors’ contributed anything.
     
    You contribute nothing, apart from a foul stink.
    , @bomag

    I doubt that ‘your ancestors’ contributed anything.
     
    Few of any group do.

    But fellow ethnics are generally a good support group; unlike this guy, who is actively destroying the thing.
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  70. guest says:
    @Moses

    James Altucher (B.S. Computer Science, Cornell; M.S., Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon), who worked in finance, thinks college is one of the worst investments and advises young people, and even his own daughters, to forgo it.
     
    Time will tell. If Altucher's daughters do not attend uni he'll have credibility. If they do, he's just another empty signaller. And I say that as someone who likes his writing.

    Peter Thiel says the same thing. Yet from what I know of his history it's unlikely he would have had the opportunities he did without his Stanford undergrad and law degrees.

    You can’t judge him by whether or not his daughters go to college, considering they are free to ignore his advice. Though you are allowed to judge him for paying for it, if he does.

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  71. Neoconned says:
    @POOR GUY
    a window into the mind of the author - clearly has a lot of diversity pokemon points.

    >> I can't lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    ARRRRGGGGG! MY HEAD IS EXPLODING FROM THE INTENSITY OF THE INTERSECTIONALITY!

    If Mr. Gay Hindi dude thinks Yale is so terrible then kick him out of his satin Hilton hotel cushy environs & send him down here to New Orleans to live w me & the homies in the real world….

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    Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn’t been the case. Perhaps it was naive of me, considering that Yale isn’t actually a very diverse place. I love Yale and it’s already made me the benefactor of some phenomenal opportunities.
     
    The little snot apparently doesn't know the meaning of the word "benefactor". He means "recipient", not "benefactor". Good thing that wasn't on the SAT.

    I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.
     
    That's because he is. He's a whining Indian homo, and that's all he'll ever be.

    Presumably, he was confusing “benefactor” with “beneficiary”, but yeah, it supports his impression that he was accepted as a token.

    It does raise the question of what career track lies ahead for an affirmative action recipient inculcated with resentment toward the majority, and what the benefit is to Yale.

    I’m also reminded of the fiasco when Yale almost accepted that barely-educated former Taliban spokesman, before the uproar ensued.

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  73. “As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.”

    Ha ha, I’ll bet you ‘find yourself’ at the crux.

    Better than finding yourself tossed off a roof, as would happen in many parts of the world. I bet his victim schtick wouldn’t sell well in Pakistan or Bangladesh (parts of South Asia, I am told). Those countries are not notorious for their compassion towards queer people, let alone mouthy and privileged ones.

    You find a safe country that tolerates your ‘intersection of identities’, and then loudly complain that you are marginalized.

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  74. Moses says:

    You find a safe country that tolerates your ‘intersection of identities’, and then loudly complain that you are marginalized.

    Why does he do it? Because he gets attention.

    As long as we keep rewarding behavior (and people) like this, we get more of it (and them).

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  75. Its the caste impulse of South Asian Brahmins like this to suck up to whoever they think is “strongest”, since the kshtraya was what allowed them to play at ascetic in ye olden times. This is another FOB who thinks America is two coasts with five weird peasants who live in the empty space between LA, Chicago, and NYC. He doesn’t get how America works or what it is and can’t understand how these five weird hillbillies get to tell Pannum how its gonna be. When you deal with immigrants often, you see this attitude a lot. They think America is whatever they saw back in Durkastan and don’t get how things are, contributing to the underlying tension that plagues us.

    When it hits the fan and credentialization isn’t as important as say move shoot communicate, you’re going to see a lot of these types trying to worm their way in. Ill give D’souza credit for being one of these Brahmins who doesn’t mistake high verbal IQ (baffle em with bullshit) as a mandate from Heaven.

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    His surname is Pal, a non-brahmin bengali surname

    Indian bengalis are hated as pointy headed s**ts

    And he is gay, a major cause of disgrace to his family
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  76. “The benefactor of some phenomenal opportunities.”

    I’ll say.

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  77. EH says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn’t been the case. Perhaps it was naive of me, considering that Yale isn’t actually a very diverse place. I love Yale and it’s already made me the benefactor of some phenomenal opportunities.
     
    The little snot apparently doesn't know the meaning of the word "benefactor". He means "recipient", not "benefactor". Good thing that wasn't on the SAT.

    I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.
     
    That's because he is. He's a whining Indian homo, and that's all he'll ever be.

    That he confused “benefactor” with “beneficiary”, two not particularly uncommon words, indicates that his SAT score is suspect – cheating for someone like him is highly likely.

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  78. “I want power”

    Well as my illustrious counterpart Herodotus reported, the correct answer is:

    Molon Labe

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  79. Pericles says:
    @Guy de Champlagne
    It sure would be nice if Trump or Roy Moore or Richard Spencer or any of these people could actually counter this anti white bigotry without just making themselves look so foolish that they end up strengthening their enemies. Although to Spencers credit at least he focuses on this stuff in stead of just sprinkling it onto run of the mill GOP economics to make it more palatable. Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments? Jared Taylor, who noone in the mainstream has ever heard of?

    Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments?

    All I know is it will have to be a … ♪ Jew, a Jew, a glorious, glorious Jew ♬.

    Bonus: Jews cannot be made to look foolish, because it’s against the law.

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  80. Pericles says:
    @Thomm

    Giving the Jews a break, Svig?
     
    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.

    Remember that anyone who disagrees with one of these idjits must be of some group they hate. That is the only way they can sleep at night and avoid the truth they fear the most : that successful whites will never allow these White Trashionalists into polite society, nor will they subject their daughters to the torture of enduring them.

    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.

    Well, there’s something wrong with you. Let’s figure out what!

    successful whites will never … subject their daughters to the torture of enduring them.

    Obv. since WN not black.

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  81. Pericles says:

    #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter

    Oh sorry, wrong guy.

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    LOL
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  82. Pericles says:

    I’m literally shaking that someone asks a community to “take a step back”. How can he/she/it pretend to be disabled and write those words? How!?! Expel the hateful ableist!

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  83. @Thomm
    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an 'A' for doing this.

    I was presented this sort of choice when I was a 19 y/o college student. I declined, getting a C for writing papers that any free-market, small government person would love.

    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an ‘A’ for doing this.

    Of course you doubt it. Because whenever a colored person does something bad, a cuck will always find a way to blame it on a white man, or “the system.”

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    No, you fool.

    Remember that as a gay person, he has that trait in common with most WNs (WNs are disproportionately gay, as Jack Donovan once pointed out).
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  84. “As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.”

    No you’re not. You are in the middle of nowhere.

    Like most people, you are fooled by a phenomenon of perspective that makes it appear to you as though you were standing at the center of the Universe. You are simply an everyday fool. Why Yale would admit you is the real question to ponder.

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    "You are in the middle of nowhere"

    Crying among the farmland?
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  85. @Guy de Champlagne
    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too? After giving up cities, beach front real estate, public transportation, movie theaters, etc. now we're supposed to give up Yale and pretend that we never wanted it either? White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be "fancy."

    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too?

    Already did – fifty years ago.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingman_Brewster_Jr.

    Try to keep up.

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    Yep. I attended in the 1980s and the rules were already quite clear. Chosenites ran the show, and privileged positions were occupied by women and POCs (the latter, mostly immigrants). You were never to speak when one of the former was speaking, or wanted to speak; you were never to question or contradict any of them, and retribution was swift if you tried. This is how it was thirty years ago.

    WASP males were already down to around 10% of the student body, and it's less now. Same at the 'peer institutions' except for Caltech and MIT.

    One bizarre consequence of the rules was that some substandard scholarship began to be produced, and no one dared question it--you were attacked and corrected if you did. I can only imagine what the intellectual environment is now--but the captioned article gives us some idea.


    We find ourselves undermined by peers, faculty and administrators, typically white, who tell us we can’t complain because we have “a seat at the table,”
     
    This is what we call a 'tell' nowadays--it's not remotely credible. No one, especially no white person, would dare say that POCs "can't complain" in fact most of what currently constitutes the educational enterprise consists of nothing else. We're all just supposed to pretend, so we pretend. I can remember when I entered college for the first time: we were told that we (and our most cherished beliefs and prejudiced) were going to be challenged in every way, and even destroyed if possible. The diametric opposite situation appears to obtain today.

    So we get students like this Sohum Pal and the infamous Jerelyn Luther, who become hysterical at the slightest hint of a challenge. Because racism, etc.

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  86. @JohnnyWalker123

    White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be “fancy.”
     
    We should also never aspire to live in NYC, LA, SF, Chicago, or Miami. We should give up the entire state of California. We should give public schools. We should give public spaces, like downtown urban areas and parks. We should give up writing for major papers like the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and LA Times. We should give up academia. We should give up working at major companies, like Amazon, Microsoft, and GE. Give up the mainline churches too.

    Let's all move to Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta. Then become online entreprenuers and home school our kids. For all our information, just watch FOX News and listen to Bill O'Reilly on the radio. For entertainment, clear brush in West Texas.

    Did that Kenny Loggins eight-track finally wear out and you’ve been forced to rejoin the real world, Rip Van Walker?

    All that has already happened, much of it a long time ago. The question is what to do going forward.

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    Haha, that was funny, the 8-track tape bit.

    However, here's the thing - all the institutions like the Old-school LP media are not anything that we NEED to hang onto. If they are ignored by the still majority of us, they will fade away. They need us more than we need them.

    The universities are a somewhat different story. As some commenter above wrote about Mr. Altucher's advise, I think that traditional colleges and universities may be in the process of becoming an anachronism for a number of reasons. However, the physical structures and land are another story, bringing me to the third part.

    The land can't be just all ceded to the cntrl-left. Nobody's making anymore of it, and I don't want to live underground, under the sea (for once, I don't agree with Homer Simpson), or on an artificial island made of used shipping containers. Unless we're all going to bug out to Uruguay, we need to take a stand sometime. California was mentioned, and it would just be so damn sad to give that place up, as it WAS the closest place to Paradise ever seen on Earth in all history, in my opinion. Note, my emphasis on WAS, as, no, I gave up my 8-tracks a few years back (hard to find head-cleaner ;-}

    Lastly the cnrl-left has most of Big Government locked up. That one will be the hardest institution to reclaim.
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  87. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Are White people shocked to find out non-Whites don’t really like them that much?

    And would like to take their own power, under their own voice?

    Duh

    This is the world the boomers and the “greatest generation” left us.

    Thanks you buncha swell heroes.

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  88. BB753 says:

    Racism at Yale? Tell me it ain’t so, Joe please!
    What did he expect? After all, it was founded by white supremacists and named after a slave trader!
    How about renaming Yale with some other more palatable name, like M. L. King University?

    This Asian guy should have avoided the place altogether. I hear pickup trucks driven by racist rednecks roam the campus at night, looking for persons of color to victimize.

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  89. guest says:
    @ThreeCranes
    "As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections."

    No you're not. You are in the middle of nowhere.

    Like most people, you are fooled by a phenomenon of perspective that makes it appear to you as though you were standing at the center of the Universe. You are simply an everyday fool. Why Yale would admit you is the real question to ponder.

    “You are in the middle of nowhere”

    Crying among the farmland?

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  90. Reading shit like this every day is gonna give me early-onset elderly tourette syndrome.

    GODDAMM STREETSHITTING CURRYMONKEY!!!!

    See, it’s happening already.

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    I've never heard of on-line tourettes, though, Gunnar. I've observed the classroom strain, the standard cntrl-left strain, of course, and lately the DMV-bureaucrat strain. This may be some new Tourettes-vector that may be immune to the usual treatments. If this keeps up, I would like to interview you on-line for a paper that could make the New England Journal of Medicine. (I'd ask you to pay for a few hours of editing to clean up the cuss-words though.)
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  91. Altai says:

    Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn’t been the case.

    Isn’t it remarkable how the places that are most tolerant are the ones constantly accused of sexism, racism etc. Almost like it’s a zero-sum power play to these people or something and ‘racism!’ is just code for ‘submit!’.

    But that can’t be true. It’s natural that Swedes are constantly scolded for being racist and ethnocentric and Poles aren’t. It must be because it’s true.

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    ...or something and ‘racism!’ is just code for ‘submit!’.
     
    Bingo. Clearer every day.
    , @Thea
    People respect those who treat them poorly and despise those who are eager to do them favors.



    yale, founded by the snootiest, most elitist Anglo-Saxons, now run by the most embarrassingly obsequious.
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  92. @Hugh
    It's almost as if the Daily Stormer planted this guy to recruit Yalies to the White Nationalist cause.

    It’s almost as if the Daily Stormer planted this guy to recruit Yalies to the White Nationalist cause.

    Really??? Somebody did do the “planting” but it was not the dailystormer.

    The only planting done here began with the (((Cultural Marxists))) running Yale’s Admissions department and the kid’s Macher dad.

    Now watch this brief video and then reread this sophomore’s article and identify the number of carefully crafted Cultural Marxist terms, phrases and buzzwords used. Has this kid been coached??? Oh Yeah…. since the cradle….

    The White Identity Crisis

    https://vid.me/Kw06q

    One more thing

    I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    Since when has been being POZ a disability??? Or should I say being gifted???

    More on background of Sohum Pal.

    Perfect SAT Scorer Wants to Help Others

    SUSMITA GUPTAPAL May 13, 2016

    SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Our son, Sohum Pal, a senior at San Luis Obispo High School in San Luis Obispo, California, recently was admitted to the top 3 Ivy League universities: Harvard, Yale and Princeton. He is choosing Yale University for his undergraduate studies double major in Linguistics and Ethics, Politics and Economics. He is also keen to pursue law in the future.

    He also received perfect scores in the SAT, all APs and subject tests. He would like to help other Indian juniors who would like to go to these schools. Anyone interested can e-mail him at sohumgpal@gmail.com or message him on Facebook.

    More on SUSMITA GUPTAPAL the father.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/susmita-guptapal-a5413221

    Experience

    President, CEO
    Infotech Telecom Inc.
    July 1996 – Present (21 years 5 months)

    http://www.infotechtelecom.com/

    Looks like this Yale kid’s dad aspires to be the Carlos Helu Slim of South Asia….

    Looks like the first new word his dad learned when coming to America was chutzpah.

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    Oops!!!

    Now on second thoughts I having regrets about what I said.

    Steve, would you mind deleting my above comment???

    I am certain that I have just said something horrible about one half of the Democratic party ticket in 2040.

    Sohum Pal/Malia Obama 2040 ......

    We may both be in big trouble should we live so long... Not to mention your grandkids...
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  93. @anonymous-antimarxist

    It’s almost as if the Daily Stormer planted this guy to recruit Yalies to the White Nationalist cause.
     
    Really??? Somebody did do the "planting" but it was not the dailystormer.

    The only planting done here began with the (((Cultural Marxists))) running Yale's Admissions department and the kid's Macher dad.

    Now watch this brief video and then reread this sophomore's article and identify the number of carefully crafted Cultural Marxist terms, phrases and buzzwords used. Has this kid been coached??? Oh Yeah.... since the cradle....

    The White Identity Crisis
    https://vid.me/Kw06q

    One more thing

    I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.
     
    Since when has been being POZ a disability??? Or should I say being gifted???

    More on background of Sohum Pal.

    Perfect SAT Scorer Wants to Help Others

    SUSMITA GUPTAPAL May 13, 2016

    SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Our son, Sohum Pal, a senior at San Luis Obispo High School in San Luis Obispo, California, recently was admitted to the top 3 Ivy League universities: Harvard, Yale and Princeton. He is choosing Yale University for his undergraduate studies double major in Linguistics and Ethics, Politics and Economics. He is also keen to pursue law in the future.

    He also received perfect scores in the SAT, all APs and subject tests. He would like to help other Indian juniors who would like to go to these schools. Anyone interested can e-mail him at sohumgpal@gmail.com or message him on Facebook.
     
    More on SUSMITA GUPTAPAL the father.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/susmita-guptapal-a5413221

    Experience

    President, CEO
    Infotech Telecom Inc.
    July 1996 – Present (21 years 5 months)
     
    http://www.infotechtelecom.com/

    Looks like this Yale kid's dad aspires to be the Carlos Helu Slim of South Asia....

    Looks like the first new word his dad learned when coming to America was chutzpah.

    Oops!!!

    Now on second thoughts I having regrets about what I said.

    Steve, would you mind deleting my above comment???

    I am certain that I have just said something horrible about one half of the Democratic party ticket in 2040.

    Sohum Pal/Malia Obama 2040 ……

    We may both be in big trouble should we live so long… Not to mention your grandkids…

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  94. Altai says:

    Asian communities have been heralded simultaneously as model minorities and cursed as thieves and [labor] scabs by white supremacist communities. That sense of Asians as thieves or cheap labor has, it seems, trickled down.

    It’s funny how Indians get this reputation wherever they go. Guess there’s a lot of white supremacists in Africa. Same thing with attitudes towards Chinese in South East Asia.

    I notice he doesn’t imply there is any reason to not have an endless flow of H1B workers except that they’re not white.

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  95. Moses says:
    @Altai

    Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn't been the case.
     
    Isn't it remarkable how the places that are most tolerant are the ones constantly accused of sexism, racism etc. Almost like it's a zero-sum power play to these people or something and 'racism!' is just code for 'submit!'.

    But that can't be true. It's natural that Swedes are constantly scolded for being racist and ethnocentric and Poles aren't. It must be because it's true.

    …or something and ‘racism!’ is just code for ‘submit!’.

    Bingo. Clearer every day.

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  96. @Thomm

    Presumably, with the two decade long boom in both outsourcing to India and immigration of Indian programmers to the software industry in California, business has been booming, and they are well off. I speculate.
     
    Probably. They are the highest-income ethnic group, and that appears to be a line of business that Indians are in.

    But it is still odd that he is not required to major in something rigorous. Particularly given the line of work his father is in.

    The kid is a little shit, but it seems odd that he is allowed to pursue SJW courses.

    The kid is a little shit, but it seems odd that he is allowed to pursue SJW courses.

    Hold your tongue!!!

    Your looking at the Democratic Party nominee in 2040!!!

    Sohum Pal/Malia Obama 2040!!!

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  97. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Reg Cæsar

    It is time we were given the titles and power we deserve.
     
    We'd love to, but we don't have Devanagari script on our printers.

    As a queer South Asian he has a title waiting for him, but he’d have to be willing to cross-dress too. Hijras actually do have some power, as their curses are feared. All Mr. Pal wants is the recognition of this power in America. Reasonable, no?

    Hijras:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqauPpCbQ7Q

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    Wow. "Hijra" means something completely different in Hindi and Urdu, otherwise basically the same language.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hijra

    Kind of like "faggots and peas" is a hearty meat dish in England*, while to us Yanks, visions of golden showers dance in our heads.

    *And Loves Park, Ill., of all places. Fishtown on the Prairie.
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  98. Brutusale says:
    @Thomm

    Giving the Jews a break, Svig?
     
    Sidebar : A few days ago he accused me of being Jewish.

    Remember that anyone who disagrees with one of these idjits must be of some group they hate. That is the only way they can sleep at night and avoid the truth they fear the most : that successful whites will never allow these White Trashionalists into polite society, nor will they subject their daughters to the torture of enduring them.

    Most of us don’t care which group you belong to…other than idiot.

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  99. Thea says:
    @Altai

    Since coming to Yale, I think I expected less racism, but that definitely hasn't been the case.
     
    Isn't it remarkable how the places that are most tolerant are the ones constantly accused of sexism, racism etc. Almost like it's a zero-sum power play to these people or something and 'racism!' is just code for 'submit!'.

    But that can't be true. It's natural that Swedes are constantly scolded for being racist and ethnocentric and Poles aren't. It must be because it's true.

    People respect those who treat them poorly and despise those who are eager to do them favors.

    yale, founded by the snootiest, most elitist Anglo-Saxons, now run by the most embarrassingly obsequious.

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    yale, founded by the snootiest, most elitist Anglo-Saxons, now run by the most embarrassingly obsequious.
     
    The second clause is inarguable, but the first is absolutely captivating. I'd offer William & Mary as a better example, partly because Virginia was run by planters and New England was the redoubt of refugees. W&M was a private school for most of its history, and quite elite too--in fact this is why it was the focus of particular depredations during "Reconstruction" and ended up bankrupt, only to be rescued by the Commonwealth of Virginia.

    Washington and Lee also comes to mind. There's an elite little school with a hard road ahead. Princeton, perhaps. Williams? Bowdoin? Trinity? Other candidates?

    It's amusing that this issue is actually hard to research because traditional social elitism is now the kiss of death to any institution so each and every one tries to out-do the others in appeals to egalitarian ideals. One of several ironies is that there is most definitely a current social elite, but we dare not even speak its name. Now that's elitism!

    Personally, I like Hamilton College, though it's not in the first rank academically. But it has nice old stone buildings, and the boys play rugby in the snow. (It's upstate New York; they don't have much choice.)

    https://s3-media4.fl.yelpcdn.com/bphoto/w7BF9WPwCUwWodly4UsYCQ/o.jpg

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  100. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    I can feel his privilege power rising already! If only he has black admixture and is a post-op transsexual, it would be over 9000.

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    That would be amazing. I've never heard of anyone aceing the S VAT. That's the Victimization Achievement Test. It's very hard to cheat your way through that one, my friends, as even the East, South, North, and West-Cenral Asians can't seem to game the system. That's why all admissions to Yale should be based on the VAT ...
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    ... along with bribes from parents, of course... we call that "donations to our alumni association".
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  101. I don’t know about you but I am deeply suspicious that this Sohum guptaPal kid (((Chuck Schumered))) his way to perfect SATS.

    You read this and you certainly come away knowing that he does not lack the chutzpah required to do so.

    Nostalgia, or Homecoming Pains

    http://downatyale.com/nostalgia-or-homecoming-pains/

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  102. I’ve found better, safer niches, like Disorient (a South Asian discussion group)

    See, that right there is a lot of aggression in and of itself, just the name of the group. It’s like a thousand microaggressions put together, probably one whole milliaggression. That word “Disorient” is meant, as a play on words, to indicate that this group is Asian, but not Oriental. See, “South Asian” discussion group.

    This goes to prove my point that the term “Asian” is just stupid. It’s a big damn continent, people! Now, you’ve got this guy and his discussion group trying to separate themselves, victimization-wise, and physically, from the Oriental students, as they probably really don’t like each other, which matches the real world outside of Yale also, coincidentally. The Chinese and Indians have had some wars before already. They don’t need to start it again in New Haven, as there are plenty of other people to hate, as this guy knows. Of course, he’s just a boorish Yalie. /Charles Emerson Winchester III

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  103. @Daniel Chieh

    As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.
     
    I can feel his privilege power rising already! If only he has black admixture and is a post-op transsexual, it would be over 9000.

    That would be amazing. I’ve never heard of anyone aceing the S VAT. That’s the Victimization Achievement Test. It’s very hard to cheat your way through that one, my friends, as even the East, South, North, and West-Cenral Asians can’t seem to game the system. That’s why all admissions to Yale should be based on the VAT …
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    … along with bribes from parents, of course… we call that “donations to our alumni association”.

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  104. @Pericles
    #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter #BlackLivesMatter

    Oh sorry, wrong guy.

    LOL

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  105. @Gunnar von Cowtown
    Reading shit like this every day is gonna give me early-onset elderly tourette syndrome.

    GODDAMM STREETSHITTING CURRYMONKEY!!!!

    See, it's happening already.

    I’ve never heard of on-line tourettes, though, Gunnar. I’ve observed the classroom strain, the standard cntrl-left strain, of course, and lately the DMV-bureaucrat strain. This may be some new Tourettes-vector that may be immune to the usual treatments. If this keeps up, I would like to interview you on-line for a paper that could make the New England Journal of Medicine. (I’d ask you to pay for a few hours of editing to clean up the cuss-words though.)

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    Achmed, I'd be delighted to participate in an interview for your research paper.

    GOATFUCKING RAGHEAD!!!!

    This affliction is just awful.
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  106. Forbes says:
    @POOR GUY
    a window into the mind of the author - clearly has a lot of diversity pokemon points.

    >> I can't lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    I’ve said for ages that ‘diversity’ is just a shiny new euphemism for the 21st century, to replace 20th century tokenism. It’s about time the kids caught on…

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  107. Thomm says:
    @40 Acres and A Kardashian

    I doubt this 19 y/o is writing this entirely of his own volition. He was told by the prof or TA that he will get an ‘A’ for doing this.
     
    Of course you doubt it. Because whenever a colored person does something bad, a cuck will always find a way to blame it on a white man, or "the system."

    No, you fool.

    Remember that as a gay person, he has that trait in common with most WNs (WNs are disproportionately gay, as Jack Donovan once pointed out).

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    And autistic. But I don't need to tell you about that.
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  108. I have never worked with an Indian who did not dedicate himself to getting as many Indian’s into the company as possible. At some point whites need to realize they are the only people who want everybody to be equal.

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  109. @POOR GUY
    a window into the mind of the author - clearly has a lot of diversity pokemon points.

    >> I can't lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    I couldn’t get through it. It’s so sophomoric. “Amazing”, “Awesome”. What the heck does “folx” mean? And of course, the constant F-word just to be cool and transgressive. Truly this has to be one of the most self-absorbed 19 year olds on the planet.

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  110. I can’t lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    Which means: the guy quite deliberately made a huge deal out of his Pokemon points in his application, got in everywhere because of it, but now is complaining about being a “token”, expecting sympathy.

    What a miserable, ungrateful, manipulative little sh*t.

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  111. @Desiderius
    Did that Kenny Loggins eight-track finally wear out and you've been forced to rejoin the real world, Rip Van Walker?

    All that has already happened, much of it a long time ago. The question is what to do going forward.

    Haha, that was funny, the 8-track tape bit.

    However, here’s the thing – all the institutions like the Old-school LP media are not anything that we NEED to hang onto. If they are ignored by the still majority of us, they will fade away. They need us more than we need them.

    The universities are a somewhat different story. As some commenter above wrote about Mr. Altucher’s advise, I think that traditional colleges and universities may be in the process of becoming an anachronism for a number of reasons. However, the physical structures and land are another story, bringing me to the third part.

    The land can’t be just all ceded to the cntrl-left. Nobody’s making anymore of it, and I don’t want to live underground, under the sea (for once, I don’t agree with Homer Simpson), or on an artificial island made of used shipping containers. Unless we’re all going to bug out to Uruguay, we need to take a stand sometime. California was mentioned, and it would just be so damn sad to give that place up, as it WAS the closest place to Paradise ever seen on Earth in all history, in my opinion. Note, my emphasis on WAS, as, no, I gave up my 8-tracks a few years back (hard to find head-cleaner ;-}

    Lastly the cnrl-left has most of Big Government locked up. That one will be the hardest institution to reclaim.

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  112. @Thomm
    Something is not right. I did a Google search on his name.

    The kid got a perfect SAT score, yet still is majoring in fluff :

    http://www.indiawest.com/letters_to_editor/perfect-sat-scorer-wants-to-help-others/article_5d05109c-1968-11e6-9b50-b37532e40444.html

    I was under the impression that Asian parents (especially Indian ones) did not allow their kids to major in anything that was not rigorous and tied to a lucrative career.

    The kid seems off... A shame, as he was smart enough to get a perfect SAT score.

    Thomm, I think it is mostly the Oriental parents, more than the Indian ones, that insist that the kids take science/math/computers/engineering. That’s my observation only. However, I think the main factor here is that the rich dad has probably spoiled this “special” “needs” (haha) kid so much, that said Dad is just glad to have the kid somewhere he can be happy. Well, I guess he’s not completely happy, per this post. Whatever shall we do?
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    Oh, I got it! Send his Dot-Indian ass back to the Motherland.

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    His writing repeatedly references his mother without saying much about his father.
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  113. MarcB. says:

    That headline would have been an accurate motto for the Civil Rights Movement, but it’s forthrightness would would have doomed the passage any legislation. As the implicit becomes the explicit, fewer Whites will be willing to go along for a ride on the Leftist Express.

    SJW and it’s off-shoots offer nothing to White men and have diminishing returns for White women. Several YouTube personalities who built their following (and income streams) as SJW mouthpieces are publicly having a re-evaluation of their beliefs in the wake of the Trump victory.

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  114. J1234 says:

    White students: Take a few steps back.

    This is why “it’s ok to be white” flyers show up on college campuses and nowhere else. The left is digging it’s own grave, and it isn’t a shallow one. Most of the bright 18 year olds I know don’t work their asses off to get into a school like Yale so that they can “take a few steps back.” And their parents, if wealthy enough, aren’t going to spend 70 grand a year to achieve that end, either.

    Only the non-critical thinking left could interpret Harrison Bergeron as a realistic social strategy rather than the satire that it is. If Saji wants to end injustice and bigotry, he might start in India.

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  115. They had to invent microaggressions so South Asians like this guy can imagine they’re heroic victims of racism.

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  116. EriK says:
    @Mike Howard

    I may be in the minority, but I don’t want opportunity: I want power.
     
    You don't seem to understand how power works, son. It's not given. You have to come and take it.

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  117. @POOR GUY
    a window into the mind of the author - clearly has a lot of diversity pokemon points.

    >> I can't lose the impression, though, that I was accepted to Yale largely as a token. As someone who is queer, disabled, and South Asian, I find myself at the crux of many intersections.

    https://www.silentminorityyale.org/sohum-pal/

    I addition to getting points for being queer, disabled, and South Asian, I think Sohum also wants points for feeling like a token.

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    I think Ho-hum also wants points for feeling like a token.
     
    Yes…..the extremely rare Quadruple Word Score!
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  118. @Guy de Champlagne
    It sure would be nice if Trump or Roy Moore or Richard Spencer or any of these people could actually counter this anti white bigotry without just making themselves look so foolish that they end up strengthening their enemies. Although to Spencers credit at least he focuses on this stuff in stead of just sprinkling it onto run of the mill GOP economics to make it more palatable. Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments? Jared Taylor, who noone in the mainstream has ever heard of?

    Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments?

    In this regard as in so many others, the works of Oswald Spengler ought to be much better known than they are. Spengler was completely clear-eyed on racial matters. With an uncanny penetration and broadmindedness, and with a notable absence of spleen, he was able to explain why White European peoples had achieved a degree of technological and cultural supremacy unrivaled anywhere else, but he did so without depreciating other races or resorting to pettiness. He considered the sharing of Western technical advances with non-Western peoples to be a sort of “race-treason,” but he also explained why these very non-Westerners would be able to quickly adopt the fruits of Western labor and eventually turn these weapons against their masters. He was not a blood-purist and he made allowances for individual genius, but neither was he a universalist who thought race, blood, and inheritance irrelevant. He understood both generalities and particularities; his theory covers both the rules and the exceptions. Practically alone among the intellectuals of his time, he was able to point out the flaws in naziism, communism, capitalism, liberalism, Darwinism, and other ideologies that commonly afflict our understanding of race. He should be essential reading for anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of the matter.

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    I tried reading "The Decline of The West" a long time ago--probably right around the time the West actually started its decline. Found it almost impenetrable in spots. Now--50 years later--it's probably worth another attempt if only to see how prescient Herr Spengler really was.
    , @Anonymous
    Thanks for the reference. Have always heard of Spengler but somehow never took the time, and for obvious reasons he was never assigned (or even allowed) in school.
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  119. dcite says:
    @Thomm

    P.S., “Thomm” has always “felt” very South/SW Asian to me. They really are the worst.
     
    False. I am actually condemning the Yale Sophomore. If you were literate, you would see that in my original comment.

    What really bugs you is that successful white people don't buy into your Nationalist-Leftist stupidity. Most of us don't bother debating WN losers, but I enjoy bashing you.

    Heh heh heh heh

    I got that Thomm was being critical. Unless he’s being facetious. There are Indians that would snicker at Mr. Pal behind his back.

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  120. fish says:
    @Harry Baldwin
    I addition to getting points for being queer, disabled, and South Asian, I think Sohum also wants points for feeling like a token.

    I think Ho-hum also wants points for feeling like a token.

    Yes…..the extremely rare Quadruple Word Score!

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  121. L Woods says:
    @Thomm
    No, you fool.

    Remember that as a gay person, he has that trait in common with most WNs (WNs are disproportionately gay, as Jack Donovan once pointed out).

    And autistic. But I don’t need to tell you about that.

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  122. I was thrilled by this new and bold anti-white racist screed.

    The courage to stand up like this after only half a century of overt anti-white racism in government, schools, media, etc. – what a brave man.

    My half-Asian six year old can kick this loser’s ass.

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  123. Olorin says:
    @anonymous
    How rich coming from yet another elitist Indian.

    And remember, he represents The Best Of His People.

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    He is not a Credit to His Race.

    There are Indians that would snicker at Mr. Pal behind his back.
     
    There are more Indians who would snicker at Mr. Pal to his face. Especially in India.
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  124. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @Olorin
    And remember, he represents The Best Of His People.

    He is not a Credit to His Race.

    There are Indians that would snicker at Mr. Pal behind his back.

    There are more Indians who would snicker at Mr. Pal to his face. Especially in India.

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  125. anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments?
     
    In this regard as in so many others, the works of Oswald Spengler ought to be much better known than they are. Spengler was completely clear-eyed on racial matters. With an uncanny penetration and broadmindedness, and with a notable absence of spleen, he was able to explain why White European peoples had achieved a degree of technological and cultural supremacy unrivaled anywhere else, but he did so without depreciating other races or resorting to pettiness. He considered the sharing of Western technical advances with non-Western peoples to be a sort of "race-treason," but he also explained why these very non-Westerners would be able to quickly adopt the fruits of Western labor and eventually turn these weapons against their masters. He was not a blood-purist and he made allowances for individual genius, but neither was he a universalist who thought race, blood, and inheritance irrelevant. He understood both generalities and particularities; his theory covers both the rules and the exceptions. Practically alone among the intellectuals of his time, he was able to point out the flaws in naziism, communism, capitalism, liberalism, Darwinism, and other ideologies that commonly afflict our understanding of race. He should be essential reading for anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of the matter.

    I tried reading “The Decline of The West” a long time ago–probably right around the time the West actually started its decline. Found it almost impenetrable in spots. Now–50 years later–it’s probably worth another attempt if only to see how prescient Herr Spengler really was.

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  126. @Achmed E. Newman
    I've never heard of on-line tourettes, though, Gunnar. I've observed the classroom strain, the standard cntrl-left strain, of course, and lately the DMV-bureaucrat strain. This may be some new Tourettes-vector that may be immune to the usual treatments. If this keeps up, I would like to interview you on-line for a paper that could make the New England Journal of Medicine. (I'd ask you to pay for a few hours of editing to clean up the cuss-words though.)

    Achmed, I’d be delighted to participate in an interview for your research paper.

    GOATFUCKING RAGHEAD!!!!

    This affliction is just awful.

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    Yeah, it sounds pretty serious. ;-}
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  127. 3g4me says:
    @fooco1
    Aryans didn't ruin their country. They flourished for millennia.

    But they got soft (think modern day Scandinavia). They couldn't handle the relentless 1000 year Islamic holocausts, which weakened them substantially, then followed by brutal British colonial rule utterly ruined their country.

    They are trying to make a comeback but it's going to take another 100 years or so.

    @51 fooco1: ” . . . brutal British colonial rule utterly ruined their country.”

    What a novel defense for shitting in the street: “Whitey made me do it!”
    Hint: The charge of evil colonialism, just like its fellows racism, anti-semitism, and homophobia, only matter to boomers and cucks, of whom there are more than few amongst Steve’s readers. For many of us, however, they are badges of pride. Your feelings are hurt? ZFG. You want more of Whitey’s stuff? ZFG. You want to come live with us? ZFG. You have brown pride? ZFG.

    You desperately want to matter to White people, who generally just don’t give a rat’s posterior about you or your problems, unless and until you are forced upon us in our homelands. And then the only thing we care about is getting you OUT.

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    And then the only thing we care about is getting you OUT.
     
    You don't speak for successful whites. Quite the opposite in fact.

    Sohum Pal is a confused little fool crybully. Just like a White Trashionalist.

    But I will not allow you WN wiggers to claim that you speak for successful whites, when in fact successful whites want nothing to do with you.

    White Trashionalists have Negro mental abilities.
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  128. Thomm says:
    @3g4me
    @51 fooco1: " . . . brutal British colonial rule utterly ruined their country."

    What a novel defense for shitting in the street: "Whitey made me do it!"
    Hint: The charge of evil colonialism, just like its fellows racism, anti-semitism, and homophobia, only matter to boomers and cucks, of whom there are more than few amongst Steve's readers. For many of us, however, they are badges of pride. Your feelings are hurt? ZFG. You want more of Whitey's stuff? ZFG. You want to come live with us? ZFG. You have brown pride? ZFG.

    You desperately want to matter to White people, who generally just don't give a rat's posterior about you or your problems, unless and until you are forced upon us in our homelands. And then the only thing we care about is getting you OUT.

    And then the only thing we care about is getting you OUT.

    You don’t speak for successful whites. Quite the opposite in fact.

    Sohum Pal is a confused little fool crybully. Just like a White Trashionalist.

    But I will not allow you WN wiggers to claim that you speak for successful whites, when in fact successful whites want nothing to do with you.

    White Trashionalists have Negro mental abilities.

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  129. MG says:

    From one Indian to another: your father and forefathers didn’t build this nation. Whites and blacks did.

    The concept of fellow Indians is inexplicable, I must confess. Here in Silicon Valley, they believe they’ve built the place.

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    Any chance of Pal expressing his queer-South-Asianness to the max and becoming a hijra*? Or is he too invested in American cultural models**?

    *He's already got the threat-of-curses thing down anyway.
    **or, vastly more important, American power politics. Our national aptitude at this sort of thing makes me almost ashamed to be of "South Asian" descent myself.
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  130. This guy pisses me off so much… I just want to find him and say, “Come on!”

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  131. Hibernian says:
    @Guy de Champlagne
    So you refused to cuck yourself based on your race and cucked yourself economically instead? And of course cucking yourself economically, through the magic of immigration means cucking yourself racially.

    It could be that he believed it at the time. Pure capitalism is inhumane; communism is pure hell. I’d say 75%-25% is a good balance, wyth the 25% to cover all levels of government.

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  132. Hibernian says:
    @Guy de Champlagne
    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too? After giving up cities, beach front real estate, public transportation, movie theaters, etc. now we're supposed to give up Yale and pretend that we never wanted it either? White people should never aspire to anything other than an uncultured, uneducated, backwards, ugly existence of strip malls, hour long commutes in SUVs, and Fox News with maybe some shit conservative talk radio hosts latest best seller every once in a while when we want to be "fancy."

    “Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too?”

    Yale was socialist in the late ’40s and early 50s, per W.F. Buckley, a man who made sense. My criteria for the feew “intellectuals” I trust is that they’re right about the things I can see with my own eyes. Then I trust them about the things I cant see, such as foreign policy and the state of elite institutions which are beyond my experiencee.

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  133. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Desiderius

    Now white people are supposed to give up Yale too?
     
    Already did - fifty years ago.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingman_Brewster_Jr.

    Try to keep up.

    Yep. I attended in the 1980s and the rules were already quite clear. Chosenites ran the show, and privileged positions were occupied by women and POCs (the latter, mostly immigrants). You were never to speak when one of the former was speaking, or wanted to speak; you were never to question or contradict any of them, and retribution was swift if you tried. This is how it was thirty years ago.

    WASP males were already down to around 10% of the student body, and it’s less now. Same at the ‘peer institutions’ except for Caltech and MIT.

    One bizarre consequence of the rules was that some substandard scholarship began to be produced, and no one dared question it–you were attacked and corrected if you did. I can only imagine what the intellectual environment is now–but the captioned article gives us some idea.

    We find ourselves undermined by peers, faculty and administrators, typically white, who tell us we can’t complain because we have “a seat at the table,”

    This is what we call a ‘tell’ nowadays–it’s not remotely credible. No one, especially no white person, would dare say that POCs “can’t complain” in fact most of what currently constitutes the educational enterprise consists of nothing else. We’re all just supposed to pretend, so we pretend. I can remember when I entered college for the first time: we were told that we (and our most cherished beliefs and prejudiced) were going to be challenged in every way, and even destroyed if possible. The diametric opposite situation appears to obtain today.

    So we get students like this Sohum Pal and the infamous Jerelyn Luther, who become hysterical at the slightest hint of a challenge. Because racism, etc.

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  134. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Thomm
    Something is not right. I did a Google search on his name.

    The kid got a perfect SAT score, yet still is majoring in fluff :

    http://www.indiawest.com/letters_to_editor/perfect-sat-scorer-wants-to-help-others/article_5d05109c-1968-11e6-9b50-b37532e40444.html

    I was under the impression that Asian parents (especially Indian ones) did not allow their kids to major in anything that was not rigorous and tied to a lucrative career.

    The kid seems off... A shame, as he was smart enough to get a perfect SAT score.

    Just because you found a post on the internet claiming perfect test scores, it doesn’t mean he got perfect test scores.

    Maybe he did, but back in the day you’d have to know the meaning of words like “crux” “intersection” “benefactor” vs “beneficiary” etc … these are not actually what we used to call “SAT words” but times they do change…

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    Just because you found a post on the internet claiming perfect test scores, it doesn’t mean he got perfect test scores.
     
    Maybe. If he had perfect scores, he didn't need to be gay or 'disabled' to be admitted.

    The quant side of his allegedly 'perfect test scores' are a waste since he isn't even going into a quant field.
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  135. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Thea
    People respect those who treat them poorly and despise those who are eager to do them favors.



    yale, founded by the snootiest, most elitist Anglo-Saxons, now run by the most embarrassingly obsequious.

    yale, founded by the snootiest, most elitist Anglo-Saxons, now run by the most embarrassingly obsequious.

    The second clause is inarguable, but the first is absolutely captivating. I’d offer William & Mary as a better example, partly because Virginia was run by planters and New England was the redoubt of refugees. W&M was a private school for most of its history, and quite elite too–in fact this is why it was the focus of particular depredations during “Reconstruction” and ended up bankrupt, only to be rescued by the Commonwealth of Virginia.

    Washington and Lee also comes to mind. There’s an elite little school with a hard road ahead. Princeton, perhaps. Williams? Bowdoin? Trinity? Other candidates?

    It’s amusing that this issue is actually hard to research because traditional social elitism is now the kiss of death to any institution so each and every one tries to out-do the others in appeals to egalitarian ideals. One of several ironies is that there is most definitely a current social elite, but we dare not even speak its name. Now that’s elitism!

    Personally, I like Hamilton College, though it’s not in the first rank academically. But it has nice old stone buildings, and the boys play rugby in the snow. (It’s upstate New York; they don’t have much choice.)

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  136. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm

    If so, Svigor made a mistake there. Jews are typically pretty smart. And, clearly, you are not.
     
    Yawn... I have certainly obliterated you in the past. I remind you that White Trashionalists have Negro IQs. That is why you can't read graphs and charts.

    Heh heh heh heh

    Yawn… I have certainly obliterated you in the past.

    I’m sure that in the depths of the yawning chasm that is your mind you have gotten the better of many imaginary foes.

    You never did tell us how much math you’ve had. Embarrassed by the answer, I assume.

    Cretin.

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  137. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm
    I doubt that 'your ancestors' contributed anything.

    Remember, variance within whites is very high. WN losers have nothing in common with successful whites (any more than a pygmy in the Congo has anything in common with Usain Bolt). Quit taking credit for the success of proper whites.

    I doubt that ‘your ancestors’ contributed anything.

    You contribute nothing, apart from a foul stink.

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  138. Thomm says:
    @Anonymous
    Just because you found a post on the internet claiming perfect test scores, it doesn't mean he got perfect test scores.

    Maybe he did, but back in the day you'd have to know the meaning of words like "crux" "intersection" "benefactor" vs "beneficiary" etc ... these are not actually what we used to call "SAT words" but times they do change...

    Just because you found a post on the internet claiming perfect test scores, it doesn’t mean he got perfect test scores.

    Maybe. If he had perfect scores, he didn’t need to be gay or ‘disabled’ to be admitted.

    The quant side of his allegedly ‘perfect test scores’ are a waste since he isn’t even going into a quant field.

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    If he had perfect scores, he didn’t need to be gay or ‘disabled’ to be admitted.

     

    Oh, but he likely did. The Ivies/Stanford/Chicago turn away lots of students with perfect SAT scores.
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  139. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Who is the most respectable and high profile person out there attacking these kinds of arguments?
     
    In this regard as in so many others, the works of Oswald Spengler ought to be much better known than they are. Spengler was completely clear-eyed on racial matters. With an uncanny penetration and broadmindedness, and with a notable absence of spleen, he was able to explain why White European peoples had achieved a degree of technological and cultural supremacy unrivaled anywhere else, but he did so without depreciating other races or resorting to pettiness. He considered the sharing of Western technical advances with non-Western peoples to be a sort of "race-treason," but he also explained why these very non-Westerners would be able to quickly adopt the fruits of Western labor and eventually turn these weapons against their masters. He was not a blood-purist and he made allowances for individual genius, but neither was he a universalist who thought race, blood, and inheritance irrelevant. He understood both generalities and particularities; his theory covers both the rules and the exceptions. Practically alone among the intellectuals of his time, he was able to point out the flaws in naziism, communism, capitalism, liberalism, Darwinism, and other ideologies that commonly afflict our understanding of race. He should be essential reading for anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of the matter.

    Thanks for the reference. Have always heard of Spengler but somehow never took the time, and for obvious reasons he was never assigned (or even allowed) in school.

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  140. DBowman says:

    The difficulty of any identity politics is the simultaneous need to conglomerate to represent various interests and the necessity of keeping intact the individual identities of those persons who make up the conglomerate identity. It’s hard to do and I haven’t yet seen it done successfully. Somebody always gets screwed over. I think, though, that it can be done. I guess that’s why we’re all still fighting as hard as we can.

    Sounds like there is a Godel’s theorem lurking for SJW-ism here:

    Theorem: Any sufficiently diverse conglomerate, with a sufficiently powerful set of axioms of grievances, will have interests that cannot be represented while preserving identity.

    Corollary: Someone will always get screwed over.

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  141. Anon says: • Disclaimer
    @MG
    From one Indian to another: your father and forefathers didn’t build this nation. Whites and blacks did.

    The concept of fellow Indians is inexplicable, I must confess. Here in Silicon Valley, they believe they’ve built the place.

    Any chance of Pal expressing his queer-South-Asianness to the max and becoming a hijra*? Or is he too invested in American cultural models**?

    *He’s already got the threat-of-curses thing down anyway.
    **or, vastly more important, American power politics. Our national aptitude at this sort of thing makes me almost ashamed to be of “South Asian” descent myself.

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  142. @Thomm

    Just because you found a post on the internet claiming perfect test scores, it doesn’t mean he got perfect test scores.
     
    Maybe. If he had perfect scores, he didn't need to be gay or 'disabled' to be admitted.

    The quant side of his allegedly 'perfect test scores' are a waste since he isn't even going into a quant field.

    If he had perfect scores, he didn’t need to be gay or ‘disabled’ to be admitted.

    Oh, but he likely did. The Ivies/Stanford/Chicago turn away lots of students with perfect SAT scores.

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  143. @Gunnar von Cowtown
    Achmed, I'd be delighted to participate in an interview for your research paper.

    GOATFUCKING RAGHEAD!!!!

    This affliction is just awful.

    Yeah, it sounds pretty serious. ;-}

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  144. @Anon
    As a queer South Asian he has a title waiting for him, but he'd have to be willing to cross-dress too. Hijras actually do have some power, as their curses are feared. All Mr. Pal wants is the recognition of this power in America. Reasonable, no?

    Hijras:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqauPpCbQ7Q

    Wow. “Hijra” means something completely different in Hindi and Urdu, otherwise basically the same language.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hijra

    Kind of like “faggots and peas” is a hearty meat dish in England*, while to us Yanks, visions of golden showers dance in our heads.

    *And Loves Park, Ill., of all places. Fishtown on the Prairie.

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  145. SOHUM PAL

    So that’s what the witch’s minions were chanting in The Wizard of Oz.

    White students: Take a few steps back.

    Ho-hum Sohum has been hitting the sorghum. We might give him three steps ourselves. Or more. Back to his subcontinent.

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  146. Thomm says:

    Back to his subcontinent.

    Well, he was born here, and the US will never, ever strip citizenship from people born here (the children of legal immigrants), no matter what WN wiggers may think.

    But he should be required to spend a year in India, and not in some sheltered home of some relative either, but interning at some business. Then he will see h0w a fragile little gay like him can cope.

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  147. Mr. Anon says:
    @Thomm

    If so, Svigor made a mistake there. Jews are typically pretty smart. And, clearly, you are not.
     
    Yawn... I have certainly obliterated you in the past. I remind you that White Trashionalists have Negro IQs. That is why you can't read graphs and charts.

    Heh heh heh heh

    Yawn… I have certainly obliterated you in the past.

    No doubt you do imagine that you have “obliterated” people – in those internal monologues you hold within the gaping chasm of your mind. You probably think that you “owned” people, “pawned” people, and “destroyed someone on YouTube” as well. You write like a dim-witted sixteen year old.

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    Again, I have pointed out the logical flaws in the basic beliefs of a number of WN faggots, including you.

    You are just butthurt about it.

    Heh heh heh heh
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  148. Humbles says:

    He is at the crux of many intersections. Among them is the intersection point of “fuck” and “tard.”

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  149. @Whiskey
    White slavery is just around the corner. The "White Question" is always on the minds of the new Overlords. It is jet-fueled by the resentment times a thousand of most White women who were PROMISED!!11eleventy!!11 dambit those Alpha males. And all they got was ordinary men. That they are ordinary women never enters their heads.

    The coalition of the Ascendant is: White Middle Class Professional Women, Non-Whites, Cuckservatives.

    So yes, California (I can attest to this personally) is ALREADY lost. The only question is which Latino will be the next Governor. The Legislature is nearly all Latino; and the point of the SNL video was to shuffle off the older White cohort in the Democratic party: Hillary! Bernie Fauxcahontas etc. for vibrant people of color who have superior morality and intellect by virtue of their skin color: Oprah, or Michelle Obama, or Kamala Harris, or Corey Booker.

    The Democratic Party is lost. California, New York, Oregon, and Washington are lost. Virginia is lost. Yale, Harvard, Stanford, and Princeton are all lost. So are the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, the coasts, Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit, Baltimore, New York, and DC as places Whites are forbidden. Same with corporations, movies, TV, and the like. The purge and enslavement of White men has already begun. The military is lost, as is the police, don't expect any succor there. Most White women are fine with this state of affairs, they can always be mistresses or washerwomen of the non-White rulers, women are again fine with this either way. Many in fact would prefer it to dealing with ordinary men and being reminded of their own ordinariness.

    Victory is impossible, but survival is not. The goal should be survival, at all and any costs. Survival requires group cohesion, punishment of out-group enemies, and fear and deterrence at all costs. Imagine Reginald Denny, over and over again; without fear and valid fear of IMMEDIATE reprisal that is the fate of most ordinary White men without the means to flee or buy out attackers. Lone Whites are easy targets, groups can defend themselves. It is therefore VITAL to make examples of anyone White-baiting.

    Mr. Pal is by his own admission a gay South Indian person. I think it excellent to advertise this fact back home, so that everyone in his home village and town knows this, and how much he enjoys his gay lifestyle in America. Its excellent news, why shouldn't it be shared with all his friends, relatives, and his relatives acquaintances back home?

    Whiskey–the fire and brimstone preacher of the new dispensation.

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  150. @Achmed E. Newman
    Thomm, I think it is mostly the Oriental parents, more than the Indian ones, that insist that the kids take science/math/computers/engineering. That's my observation only. However, I think the main factor here is that the rich dad has probably spoiled this "special" "needs" (haha) kid so much, that said Dad is just glad to have the kid somewhere he can be happy. Well, I guess he's not completely happy, per this post. Whatever shall we do?
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    Oh, I got it! Send his Dot-Indian ass back to the Motherland.

    His writing repeatedly references his mother without saying much about his father.

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  151. Thomm says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Yawn… I have certainly obliterated you in the past.
     
    No doubt you do imagine that you have "obliterated" people - in those internal monologues you hold within the gaping chasm of your mind. You probably think that you "owned" people, "pawned" people, and "destroyed someone on YouTube" as well. You write like a dim-witted sixteen year old.

    Again, I have pointed out the logical flaws in the basic beliefs of a number of WN faggots, including you.

    You are just butthurt about it.

    Heh heh heh heh

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  152. rec1man says:
    @Jack Hanson
    Its the caste impulse of South Asian Brahmins like this to suck up to whoever they think is "strongest", since the kshtraya was what allowed them to play at ascetic in ye olden times. This is another FOB who thinks America is two coasts with five weird peasants who live in the empty space between LA, Chicago, and NYC. He doesn't get how America works or what it is and can't understand how these five weird hillbillies get to tell Pannum how its gonna be. When you deal with immigrants often, you see this attitude a lot. They think America is whatever they saw back in Durkastan and don't get how things are, contributing to the underlying tension that plagues us.

    When it hits the fan and credentialization isn't as important as say move shoot communicate, you're going to see a lot of these types trying to worm their way in. Ill give D'souza credit for being one of these Brahmins who doesn't mistake high verbal IQ (baffle em with bullshit) as a mandate from Heaven.

    His surname is Pal, a non-brahmin bengali surname

    Indian bengalis are hated as pointy headed s**ts

    And he is gay, a major cause of disgrace to his family

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  153. Carney3 says:
    @newrouter
    If you want to hit back against this insistent propaganda, you need to do an Art V CoS, 1. vigorous term limits of 12 years, 2 Amend Art 1 Sect. 8 clause 2 to "with approval of 3/4 State legislature approval";

    Throw the bums out; Take back the credit card!

    Sure because the strict term limits on California state officials have even slightly impeded the racial left. Term limits are not at all a pointless distraction

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  154. @Svigor
    From:

    "White students: Take a few steps back."
     
    To:

    White students: "Take a few steps back."
     
    Inevitable. The "other" will push for it, until he gets it.

    I find myself at the crux of many intersections.
     
    Fixed it to be more like English.

    P.S., South/SW Asians really are the worst.

    South/SW Asians really are the worst.

    Take a tip from a mustachioed old Brit, m’boy. The way we used to finesse their ghastly primitive attitude was to set the Mohammedans against the Brahmins and so on (like this gobby little ponce, who is frankly begging for a slap), step back, and light the blue touchpaper (or greased cartridge, what have you).

    They don’t need any eggin’-on, it’s in the blood, due to massive overestimation in the face of objective evidence of (each) their own superiority and precedence over all mankind etc., just like the Jews, Arabs, Persians, Greeks, Japs etc.
    Won’t be chirping half so merrily when Yale admits its long overdue quotient of mussulman fanatics and mahdists, and this ‘Disorient’ club will become decidedly un-haven-like to his delicate idolatrous posterior.

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  155. res says:
    @Auntie Analogue

    "I love Yale and it’s already made me the benefactor of some phenomenal opportunities."
     
    Hey, Pal, being admitted to Yale when you don't know the difference between "benefactor" and "beneficiary," makes you - and Yale - look embarrassingly stupid, or purposely malign toward applicants who do know the difference between those two words and who were denied admission to Yale because Yale instead admitted you.

    It’s also a telling mistake. He is doing everyone a favor by taking things.

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  156. bomag says:
    @Thomm
    I doubt that 'your ancestors' contributed anything.

    Remember, variance within whites is very high. WN losers have nothing in common with successful whites (any more than a pygmy in the Congo has anything in common with Usain Bolt). Quit taking credit for the success of proper whites.

    I doubt that ‘your ancestors’ contributed anything.

    Few of any group do.

    But fellow ethnics are generally a good support group; unlike this guy, who is actively destroying the thing.

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  157. Lagertha says:
    @Moses

    James Altucher (B.S. Computer Science, Cornell; M.S., Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon), who worked in finance, thinks college is one of the worst investments and advises young people, and even his own daughters, to forgo it.
     
    Time will tell. If Altucher's daughters do not attend uni he'll have credibility. If they do, he's just another empty signaller. And I say that as someone who likes his writing.

    Peter Thiel says the same thing. Yet from what I know of his history it's unlikely he would have had the opportunities he did without his Stanford undergrad and law degrees.

    completely agree with you on the idea that Altucher and Thiel were part of the past when meritocracy, in something as crucial as Comp Sci or Engineering, mattered. And, if you were lucky enough to have gotten your degree from the top 20 Uni’s, your life was set. Now, however, we do not yet see too many students who blew-off Uni, succeeding at high paying jobs in tech/industry/finance. I know of several who dropped out…or went to State U, or unknown U, who are succeeding…but they are the exception, even when they were in in HS.

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  158. FPD72 says:

    This guy is an HR department dream (a hat trick for racial minority, queer (his own self description), and handicapped) and a manager’s nightmare. Can you imagine trying to get some value added work out of this guy in the for-profit sector? He’s worse than worthless because you could never get rid of him (see hat trick above) and he would be constantly filing complaints with HR and maybe even the EEOC for every Microinvalidation.

    Scary: Microinvalidation came up on the suggestion line on my IPhone.

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  159. Svigor says:

    Heh heh heh heh

    See what I mean? It’s a cultural thing. Thomm doesn’t know that sounds creepy to white people. Like he learned English by watching anime.

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  160. Svigor says:

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    November 16, 2017 at 12:30 am GMT • 100 Words

    Agreed. Especially the slapping part.

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  161. Call me simplistic but a few shots into headquarters of such individuals would bring them down to earth, reduce nasty rethoric and make university what it is supposed to be.

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