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From CNN:

University of Wisconsin-Madison grad student admits pretending to be a person of color
By Hira Humayun and David Williams, CNN

Updated 4:16 PM ET, Thu September 17, 2020

(CNN) A graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has resigned from a teaching position after admitting on social media that they [sic] falsely claimed to be a person of color.

CV Vitolo-Haddad apologized last week in two posts on Medium and announced that they [sic] were leaving their position as the co-president of the university’s Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA). Vitolo-Haddad uses the nonbinary pronouns they/them.

The apologies came after an anonymous post on Medium accused Vitolo-Haddad of misleading people about their racial and ethnic identity.

In a September 6 post addressed to “dear friends, loved ones and organizing comrades,”

I.e., they is a leftist.

Vitolo-Haddad wrote that they were “so deeply sorry for the ways you are hurting right now because of me.”

“I have let guesses about my ancestry become answers I wanted but couldn’t prove. I have let people make assumptions when I should have corrected them,” Vitolo-Haddad wrote.

In a second post that was edited on September 11, Vitolo-Haddad wrote that they were of southern Italian/Sicilian heritage.

“When asked if I identify as Black, my answer should have always been ‘No.’ There were three separate instances I said otherwise,” Vitolo-Haddad wrote, adding that “I should have never entered Black organizing spaces.”

Let’s not ask about any affirmative action they enjoys in admissions and hiring. Nobody is supposed to think about how it is in the career self-interest of white leftist academics like Jessica Krug, CV Vitolo-Hadad, and Elizabeth Warren to check off race boxes other than white on application forms.

… Vitolo-Haddad also apologized for “taking lies about Cuban roots at face value.”

Vitolo-Haddad was offered a conditional tenure-track position at California State University, Fresno, and was scheduled to start teaching during the 2021 fall semester, a university spokeswoman told CNN. The offer was made before the allegations were made public and was subject to Vitolo-Haddad completing a background check.

“We can confirm that CV Vitolo-Haddad will not be a faculty member at Fresno State,” said spokeswoman Patti Waid.

… “The TAA enabled this harm by electing them to a position of power in our union: we have unknowingly rewarded the toxic opportunism of performing Blackness. We intend to immediately begin the work of repairing this harm,” the statement said

John Lucas, the university’s assistant vice chancellor of university communications, told CNN that Vitolo-Haddad is not currently employed as a teaching assistant and is a doctoral student in the university’s journalism and communications school. Vitolo-Haddad received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in communications from Wake Forest University, according to their LinkedIn profile.

With that kind of scintillating resume, she no doubt would have been hired for a tenure track professorship even if she’d admitted to being white.

iSteve commenter Lot weighs in:

Pretending to be *BLACK* pays.

The job she was offered has a base salary of $97,000, is absurdly easy (teaching “communications” to 96 IQ central valley Mexicans), and benefits and retirement and working summers really make it more like $160,000 a year in low cost Fresno.

97k sounds high as a starting salary. Is that correct?

“Vitolo-Haddad received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in communications from Wake Forest University”

😂

Remember kids, being a fake BIPOC means checking the right box on forms and maybe joining via online application an organization with black or latino in its name. That’s it. Don’t get dredlocks and start calling yourself “La Bombalera” like Señorita Krug.

A few notes: The “Haddad” part of her name comes from an ex-spouse. She claimed when first semi-‘fessing up to be a little bit Eritrean. Eritrea was a colony of Italy and has a large Christian population, so this assertion is not prima facie implausible.

 
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  1. Damn,People of Color are hurting right now! That’s what gets to me. Im sorry,POC!

    It seems there’s a song in there somewhere: I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Woke Minority?

    • LOL: Ragno
  2. Pretending to be *BLACK* pays.

    The job she was offered has a base salary of $97,000, is absurdly easy (teaching “communications” to 96IQ central valley Mexicans), and benefits and retirement and working summers really make it more like $160,000 a year in low cost Fresno.

    “Vitolo-Haddad received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in communications from Wake Forest University”

    😂

    Remember kids, being a fake BIPOC means checking the right box on forms and maybe joining via online application an organization with black or latino in its name. That’s it. Don’t get dredlocks and start calling yourself “La Bombalera” like Señorita Krug.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @Lot

    Isn't there a box called "mixed race"? Couldn't anyone who wants to check that? Are the bennies substandard for that classification? Surely they're a lot better than if you check 'white'...

    , @Kronos
    @Lot


    Pretending to be *BLACK* pays.
     
    I got it:

    If you check black, you get black check.

    https://www.carnivalcanada.com/media/catalog/product/cache/2/image/1200x1200/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/p/r/presentation-cheque-10_1.jpg
    , @William Badwhite
    @Lot


    96IQ central valley Mexicans
     
    If only their IQ's were anywhere close to 96.
  3. How long is it before our critical race theoreticians begin requiring genetic analyses of all potential hires?

    And she is Sicilian, eh? If only the educators had watched the Sicilians scene in “True Romance”, everything could have been resolved without heartache.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @Steve in Greensboro


    How long is it before our critical race theoreticians begin requiring genetic analyses of all potential hires?
     
    Oh, I have the answer to that....

    In their most feverish dreams, Brahmins and Nazis never imagined a society so stratified by race as the one we’re now becoming.
     
    , @ScarletNumber
    @Steve in Greensboro

    Exactly. When I saw "Sicilian" I was ready to give her a free pass. It was her use of "they" as a personal pronoun that tipped the scale against her.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Coemgen

    , @res
    @Steve in Greensboro


    How long is it before our critical race theoreticians begin requiring genetic analyses of all potential hires?
     
    I hope so. Given the common practice of assigning low percentage ancestry to people I can't wait to see them try to agree on a threshold.
  4. • Thanks: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Charles St. Charles


    The poor girl, of course people assumed she was black, just look at how unattractive she is.
     
    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles, @Neuday

  5. If she’s S Italian or Sicilian she qualifies for Hispanic under the rule of Spain or any country that was ever a Spanish colony. Spain ruled Sicily and S Italy for centuries, 1479 to 1860 something when Italy united and the Spanish kingdom of the 2 Sicilies became part of the kingdom of Italy.

    Haddad is an Arab name, often Christian Arab. Had she any knowledge of Sicily she could have just classified herself as Hispanic. It’s easy with Italian surnames Just replace the a,o, or i at the end with ez.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Alden

    Good point.

    My guess about "Vitolo-Haddad" was that she's Maltese; that would put her even closer to Africa.

    , @Anonymous
    @Alden

    Kim kardazian??

    , @Templar
    @Alden

    The Spanish ruled ( or tried to) the Low Countries for a century.
    Was Teddy Roosevelt the first Hispanic President?
    Or Martin Van Buren?

  6. Damn, a cushy tenure track position worth almost $100k? She really gave that up because of one anonymous comment? Something else must’ve been going on I think. I wonder if the “anonymous” comment knew her, reached out to her directly and threatened to expose her if she didn’t come clean. Perhaps this was her attempt at salvaging whatever was left of professional opportunities for her. Otherwise it would’ve been too easy for her to say she is part Eritrean and then accuse the commenter of being racist and divisive and then never mention it again. She looks ambiguous enough, cleverly kept the ‘Haddad’ part of her last name, and most Americans view Italians as kind of swarthy anyway. Ariana Grande for example has been earnestly referred to several times as a person of coloring by black people in the entertainment industry (yes her fake tanning helps, but still).

    I bet she changes her name and re-emerges as a fake Jew a few years from now.

    • Replies: @njguy73
    @DextersLabRat

    Watch any episode of the Nickelodeon sitcom "Victorious."

    Now look me in the eye and tell me Ariana Grande is anything other than Caucasian.

    , @Ano
    @DextersLabRat

    It makes me wonder if there are white people 'performing Blackness/PoCness' (and enjoying the financial and career benefits thereof) who are paying off blackmailers to stop the latter exposing their dirty little secret.

    Likewise, not just closeted whites in WokeAmerica. I wonder if there are closeted conservatives/secret Trump voters who are paying hush money to somebody who has found them out in order to keep their jobs/career/business?

    The fear of public exposure and ruin, and blackmailers exploiting this fear, was one of the reasons campaigners in the 1950s/60s used for arguing for the decriminalisation of homosexuality.

    Replies: @MEH 0910

  7. “Toxic opportunism of performing Blackness” is really good, but it does imply Black privilege. Career Opportunities, the ones that never knock.

  8. Jessica Krug was pretending to be Puerto Rican. I suppose any real Hispanic would be able to tell that she didn’t speak Spanish with a native Puerto Rican accent (assuming she spoke Spanish at all). And even her fake Puerto Rican English accent was ridiculously bad.

    And yet she worked for 20 years in “Studies” faculties without being challenged. That suggests that they are very few real Hispanics in these colleges.

    • Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose
    @jimmyriddle

    Real Puerto Ricans don't really speak Spanish either. They are monolingual; they speak half of two languages.

    Replies: @kaganovitch, @Pericles

    , @Lloyd1927
    @jimmyriddle

    Puerto Rico is a mulatto nation, with nearly all Puerto Ricans being part-black to various extents.

    Affirmative Action rules define "Hispanic" on the basis of blood lines leading to a Spanish-speaking country. It is NOT necessary to speak Spanish in order to obtain Affirmative Action benefits as "Hispanic."

    Replies: @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco, @Hibernian

    , @Travis
    @jimmyriddle

    I doubt Ted Cruz or the typical hispanic at Harvard could tell the difference between a fake Puerto Rican and a real Puerto Rican.

  9. Related a poll shows California Prop 16. is losing in the polls granted University admins are ignoring the law and will continue to do so. https://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article245777890.html

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @t

    Calif. voters tend to vote no on a prop if 1) they don't understand what it's for; or 2) the teachers unions hate it (this includes most goo-goo reform propositions). However, a ballot measure in the reverse situation -- if the teachers unions endorse it -- won't necessarily carry the day if condition #1 is in play. Marketing for 16 has not been clear and I would suspect that a plurality does not believe 209 is even still enforced anyway, to the extent they remember what 209 was.

    Replies: @Alden

  10. Looks like I need to visit the tanning salon and update my resume.

  11. A little bit eritrean passes the one drop rule, africa south of the sahara, and she would qualify as black. I dont think she is eritrean.

  12. The Liz Warrens and her ilk are really providing a public service.

    Their play acting not only illustrates just how stupid and unfair AA quotas are, but also the fallacy of white privilege.

    Despite their efforts, I still have more respect for a common streetwalker.

    • Replies: @RegretLeft
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    Thing is, Sen Warren did absolutely no "play acting"; she had no involvement with Native American groups at Harvard (they said so) - or with the very active Cherokee communities beyond the ivory tower (other than once contributing a clam dip recipe lifted from Tavern on the Green in NYC to a Cherokee community cook book).

    She was a trail blazer way back in the mid 90s and a mere check the box fake. Harvard Law was under intense pressure at the time to name a minority tenured professor and touted her as their first female, "person of color", tenured law professor. "Professor Warren is a Native American" were their public, printed and official words. And she has paid no price - very unlikely her run at the Pres nomination would have gone any better sans that background.

    The two recent women are ruined - period. Something very unfair in that outcome.

    Replies: @Bumpkin

  13. Meanwhile, Newt Gingrich seems to have generated an extremely shitty day on Fox News.

    I thought we only saw uncomfortable pauses like this on CNN:

    • LOL: JimDandy
    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Anonymous

    He who shall not be named:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/never-ever-mention-that-soros-is-funding-anti-cop-candidates-for-district-attorney/

    https://www.rt.com/usa/500892-gingrich-soros-fox-news/

    Did they wait for the phoneline to the ADL to go red or something?

    ... and will there ever be a Lego kit of Soros' Lair?

    https://i.postimg.cc/0Q55wKJs/lair.jpg

  14. @Lot
    Pretending to be *BLACK* pays.

    The job she was offered has a base salary of $97,000, is absurdly easy (teaching “communications” to 96IQ central valley Mexicans), and benefits and retirement and working summers really make it more like $160,000 a year in low cost Fresno.

    “Vitolo-Haddad received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in communications from Wake Forest University”

    😂

    Remember kids, being a fake BIPOC means checking the right box on forms and maybe joining via online application an organization with black or latino in its name. That’s it. Don’t get dredlocks and start calling yourself “La Bombalera” like Señorita Krug.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @Kronos, @William Badwhite

    Isn’t there a box called “mixed race”? Couldn’t anyone who wants to check that? Are the bennies substandard for that classification? Surely they’re a lot better than if you check ‘white’…

  15. @jimmyriddle
    Jessica Krug was pretending to be Puerto Rican. I suppose any real Hispanic would be able to tell that she didn't speak Spanish with a native Puerto Rican accent (assuming she spoke Spanish at all). And even her fake Puerto Rican English accent was ridiculously bad.

    And yet she worked for 20 years in "Studies" faculties without being challenged. That suggests that they are very few real Hispanics in these colleges.

    Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose, @Lloyd1927, @Travis

    Real Puerto Ricans don’t really speak Spanish either. They are monolingual; they speak half of two languages.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Real Puerto Ricans don’t really speak Spanish either. They are monolingual; they speak half of two languages.

    Absolutely true. I work with many Puerto Ricans. Perhaps one in five speaks decent Spanish.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara

    , @Pericles
    @Ghost of Bull Moose


    they speak half of two languages.

     

    Duodemilingual?
  16. @Steve in Greensboro
    How long is it before our critical race theoreticians begin requiring genetic analyses of all potential hires?

    And she is Sicilian, eh? If only the educators had watched the Sicilians scene in "True Romance", everything could have been resolved without heartache.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jsh4SvPdfl8

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @ScarletNumber, @res

    How long is it before our critical race theoreticians begin requiring genetic analyses of all potential hires?

    Oh, I have the answer to that….

    In their most feverish dreams, Brahmins and Nazis never imagined a society so stratified by race as the one we’re now becoming.

    • Agree: Travis
  17. Damn…here I am thinking she was a real woke woc broad.

  18. @Alden
    If she’s S Italian or Sicilian she qualifies for Hispanic under the rule of Spain or any country that was ever a Spanish colony. Spain ruled Sicily and S Italy for centuries, 1479 to 1860 something when Italy united and the Spanish kingdom of the 2 Sicilies became part of the kingdom of Italy.

    Haddad is an Arab name, often Christian Arab. Had she any knowledge of Sicily she could have just classified herself as Hispanic. It’s easy with Italian surnames Just replace the a,o, or i at the end with ez.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Anonymous, @Templar

    Good point.

    My guess about “Vitolo-Haddad” was that she’s Maltese; that would put her even closer to Africa.

    • Agree: Cortes
  19. @Alden
    If she’s S Italian or Sicilian she qualifies for Hispanic under the rule of Spain or any country that was ever a Spanish colony. Spain ruled Sicily and S Italy for centuries, 1479 to 1860 something when Italy united and the Spanish kingdom of the 2 Sicilies became part of the kingdom of Italy.

    Haddad is an Arab name, often Christian Arab. Had she any knowledge of Sicily she could have just classified herself as Hispanic. It’s easy with Italian surnames Just replace the a,o, or i at the end with ez.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Anonymous, @Templar

    Kim kardazian??

  20. Let’s not ask about any affirmative action they enjoys in admissions and hiring. Nobody is supposed to think about how it is in the career self-interest of white leftist academics like Jessica Krug, CV Vitolo-Hadad, and Elizabeth Warren to check off race boxes other than white on application forms.

    You have no idea, Steve. The dumbest girl in my graduate school cohort was Haitian. During seminars, I had to stifle a groan every time she opened her mouth. It was clear to all of us that she was just there for reasons of Blackness.

    And now that I’m teaching, the stupidest students in my classes have all been either Black or Latinx, and sometimes both (“We gotta get this girl; she’s a twofer”).

    • Agree: Charles St. Charles
  21. The $96k salary doesn’t sound right. 7 years ago a new assistant professor at San Jose State made about $50k, and I believe Cal States have a uniform salary structure.

    • Replies: @res
    @Anonymous

    glassdoor says $52k - $81k. Perhaps they are lumping salary and benefits together?

  22. @Lot
    Pretending to be *BLACK* pays.

    The job she was offered has a base salary of $97,000, is absurdly easy (teaching “communications” to 96IQ central valley Mexicans), and benefits and retirement and working summers really make it more like $160,000 a year in low cost Fresno.

    “Vitolo-Haddad received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in communications from Wake Forest University”

    😂

    Remember kids, being a fake BIPOC means checking the right box on forms and maybe joining via online application an organization with black or latino in its name. That’s it. Don’t get dredlocks and start calling yourself “La Bombalera” like Señorita Krug.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @Kronos, @William Badwhite

    Pretending to be *BLACK* pays.

    I got it:

    If you check black, you get black check.

  23. The $97k salary doesn’t sound right. 7 years ago a new assistant professor at San Jose State made about $50k, and I believe Cal States have a uniform salary structure. (7 years ago I was desperate to move back to California. Now, not so much.)

  24. Is she transgender? She seems smarter than the usual fraud.

    • Replies: @Charles St. Charles
    @Clifford Brown


    Is she transgender? She seems smarter than the usual fraud.
     
    She totally has Jewboy speech cadences. She seems more like a teenage Jewboy than a Sicilian. She’s a codeswitcher.
    , @Not Raul
    @Clifford Brown

    They don’t seem particularly smart to me.

    They said “Libtard Cuck”. That isn’t even a thing.

    Libtards are openly on the left. Cucks claim to be on the right; but cuck when it matters.

    One can either be a libtard, or a cuck.

    Their misuse of the term “cuck” makes me think that they “don’t get out much” intellectually.

    I wasn’t able to make it through their whole spiel, so if I missed them proving the
    Riemann hypothesis, my apologies for doubting their intelligence.

    , @RichardTaylor
    @Clifford Brown

    Great find, thanks. My guess is that many of our elite White Gentiles would be deeply impressed by this "awfully smart" person who, in their eyes, brings intellectual dynamism to the university!

    , @black sea
    @Clifford Brown

    Her lecture style -- and I guess a lot of interaction with her would involve a lecture -- seems particularly grating, even by contemporary academic standards. Amidst her many fraudulent identities, couldn't she have spent a little time cultivating the "bland" Midwestern accent supposedly favored by those in the broadcast media, particularly as she was living in the Midwest anyway?

    On another note, I visited the Fresno State Department of Communications webpage. They appear to have 39 faculty members, excluding graduate TA's. That's quite a department. It would be interesting to know what it costs to keep this operation going, and how many graduates of this program actually go on to work in a communications-related field (admittedly, a difficult thing to define).

    , @gregor
    @Clifford Brown

    Here's two more hours of her debating Alt Hype.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/i7xKiMj8Q7w/

  25. All that race-obsessed crazy in one place, academia, you’re asking for trouble. Put it in close proximity to high quantities of volatile estrogen, not to mention all the flamers, anything could happen.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    It's all just fertilizer though, right?

  26. I sort stole this idea from an article American Sun article that proposes that these “trans racial” individuals gain advantage not only from racial quotas but also from the characteristics of their actual race that enable them to outshine the others of the race they pretend to belong.

    It’s the equivalent of the Connecticut ex-boy sprinter that trounced all of the actual females. Or Ex-Man Falcon Fox who fractured a female opponent’s skull in MMA.

    • Replies: @TWS
    @Noticer

    Two women. Although she threw a fight. I'm guessing it was necessary. If she kept literally crushing the opposition, it would be a bit too obvious.

  27. If it is illegal to hire someone solely on the basis of race (yeah, right) is it illegal to fire someone because the now admit they checked an incorrect box on their application?

    Is being white (White!) an offense justifying firing? Checking the wrong “race” box on a form?

    This is only the case in very official racist societies isn’t it?

    Didn’t the Nazis fire people who falsified their actual religion on some form?

  28. Vitolo-Haddad received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in communications from Wake Forest University, according to their LinkedIn profile.

    With that kind of scintillating resume, she no doubt would have been hired for a tenure track professorship even if she’d admitted to being white.

    I know White people with real degrees (I.e., in things like history, literature, the classics, not “communications”) from prestigious unis who have been plugging away for years and are nowhere near attaining tenure.

    Being Black is a huge advantage in terms of getting a tenure track job.

    • Replies: @Dr. X
    @syonredux


    I know White people with real degrees (I.e., in things like history, literature, the classics, not “communications”) from prestigious unis who have been plugging away for years and are nowhere near attaining tenure.

     

    Yeah, I'm one of them! I made $15k as an adjunct trying to teach unimportant crap like the U.S. Constitution and The Federalist Papers to cell-phone addicted undergrads before I got canned for "misgendering" a "transgender."

    Honest mistake on my part -- how in hell was I supposed to know what f--ing gender the kid was when she was trying to look like a he? (That was just a pretext, though... I was told surreptitiously by a full-time professor that the anti-Trump lefty who did the adjunct scheduling was trying to get did of me because she "heard through a student that I was conservative.")

    Anyway, now I'm a manual laborer for $14 an hour. It really is like the Soviet Union in academia. Toe the party line or you will be digging ditches with your doctorate.

    Being black is not merely a "huge advantage" for getting a tenure track job, it's like being a god. I was on a search committee once where the dean was pushing us to hire a black kid with only a Bachelor's to teach African-American history on what was intended to become a tenure-track position. He had taken some postgraduate classes for his Master's but had not yet written a thesis. I objected and told him that we should look for a candidate with a Ph.D. -- and got kicked off the committee within 24 hours and later booted from the college.

    I'm not a big fan of the cops -- but I would like to see hordes of people marching in the streets, burning buildings, looting, and demanding that we defund the universities rather than the police.

    Replies: @Gordo, @ScarletNumber, @Anonymous, @tuco22

  29. Are subcontinental doctors and Viet lawyers beneficiaries of affirmative action, or do they actually make their way in the world? At any rate, there is an easy way to get out of an ICE detention center: go home.

    More women allege coerced hysterectomies at ICE center

    Carrie Buck lives!

  30. I hate 1984-style, predictions of doom (there’s plenty of doom in a country), but it’s just a matter of time til those application race-checkboxes will be made redundant by an applicant’s REAL-ID.

  31. anon[427] • Disclaimer says:

    “I have been a UNC student since I began undergraduate study in 2011, and in these years, I have walked past the statue more times than I can recall. The statue is a reminder of the White supremacist history of this campus. But beyond that, its permitted survival and prominent display despite decades of protest and scholarship have served as a constant reminder of the tremendous extent to which university administration values certain interests (and donors) more than it values students, faculty and staff of color.

    So when finally, finally, this statue found its face on the ground, I allowed myself to feel joy for a few minutes. Then I logged onto Facebook. And against my better judgment, I read strangers’ comments on the issue.
    I created a Facebook profile appearing as a conservative White female student. Then I scrolled the comments of local news articles on Silent Sam, seeking comments from people angry over the fall of the statue. I ignored comments strictly discussing the legality of the issue, factual or otherwise. I looked for comments from people demanding the return of the statue to UNC’s campus because of what it represented. Then I sent each of those people a message.

    As a Black woman, I couldn’t expect honest answers from White advocates for Silent Sam. So I pretended to be a White woman. ”

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/silent-sam-black-woman-pretends-to-be-white_n_5bbb7019e4b01470d05394e3

    I don’t normally read their garbage but it’s always so easy to find. I doubt she’ll worry about a job after being such a celebrity. I think she straightened her hair for affect.

  32. @syonredux

    Vitolo-Haddad received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in communications from Wake Forest University, according to their LinkedIn profile.

    With that kind of scintillating resume, she no doubt would have been hired for a tenure track professorship even if she’d admitted to being white.
     
    I know White people with real degrees (I.e., in things like history, literature, the classics, not "communications") from prestigious unis who have been plugging away for years and are nowhere near attaining tenure.

    Being Black is a huge advantage in terms of getting a tenure track job.

    Replies: @Dr. X

    I know White people with real degrees (I.e., in things like history, literature, the classics, not “communications”) from prestigious unis who have been plugging away for years and are nowhere near attaining tenure.

    Yeah, I’m one of them! I made $15k as an adjunct trying to teach unimportant crap like the U.S. Constitution and The Federalist Papers to cell-phone addicted undergrads before I got canned for “misgendering” a “transgender.”

    Honest mistake on my part — how in hell was I supposed to know what f–ing gender the kid was when she was trying to look like a he? (That was just a pretext, though… I was told surreptitiously by a full-time professor that the anti-Trump lefty who did the adjunct scheduling was trying to get did of me because she “heard through a student that I was conservative.”)

    Anyway, now I’m a manual laborer for $14 an hour. It really is like the Soviet Union in academia. Toe the party line or you will be digging ditches with your doctorate.

    Being black is not merely a “huge advantage” for getting a tenure track job, it’s like being a god. I was on a search committee once where the dean was pushing us to hire a black kid with only a Bachelor’s to teach African-American history on what was intended to become a tenure-track position. He had taken some postgraduate classes for his Master’s but had not yet written a thesis. I objected and told him that we should look for a candidate with a Ph.D. — and got kicked off the committee within 24 hours and later booted from the college.

    I’m not a big fan of the cops — but I would like to see hordes of people marching in the streets, burning buildings, looting, and demanding that we defund the universities rather than the police.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Gordo
    @Dr. X

    You could put it about that you are gay. That might help jobwise in academia.

    I'm pretty sure they wouldn't ask you to prove it.

    , @ScarletNumber
    @Dr. X

    You should build a creature.

    , @Anonymous
    @Dr. X


    Anyway, now I’m a manual laborer for $14 an hour.
     
    I hope that you get the satisfaction of honest work at least.
    , @tuco22
    @Dr. X

    Several years ago, I decided to go back to school for something else because I hated what I was doing for a living; long story short, in my sociology class there were two black students, and both of them slept through class everyday. Everyone got to see this everyday. I could understand being tired; I was working a full-time job in addition to going to school part-time, but still...eventually the teacher did say something, and they made more of an effort to stay awake, but probably because they were told privately they'd be flunked if they continued to sleep in class.

  33. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    All that race-obsessed crazy in one place, academia, you're asking for trouble. Put it in close proximity to high quantities of volatile estrogen, not to mention all the flamers, anything could happen.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKFupx9x0-k

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    It’s all just fertilizer though, right?

  34. Shouldn’t it be:
    Vitolo-Haddad wrote that they were “so deeply sorry for the ways you are hurting right now because of US.” ??

  35. Anonymous[504] • Disclaimer says:
    @t
    Related a poll shows California Prop 16. is losing in the polls granted University admins are ignoring the law and will continue to do so. https://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article245777890.html

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Calif. voters tend to vote no on a prop if 1) they don’t understand what it’s for; or 2) the teachers unions hate it (this includes most goo-goo reform propositions). However, a ballot measure in the reverse situation — if the teachers unions endorse it — won’t necessarily carry the day if condition #1 is in play. Marketing for 16 has not been clear and I would suspect that a plurality does not believe 209 is even still enforced anyway, to the extent they remember what 209 was.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Anonymous

    Prop 209 was never enforced because there was no enforcement built in. Last time we gave any money or effort to a pro White cause. If Whites want to become unemployable untouchable deplorables there’s nothing we can do about it.

    Replies: @Abolish_public_education

  36. And this should be:
    CV Vitolo-Haddad … announced that they [sic] WAS leaving their position as the co-president of …”

    The “to be” verb needs to be singular, unless “they” feels misnumbered instead of misgendered

    Maybe this is the left’s tricky way of making all of us speak in ebonics.

    • Replies: @znon
    @Anonymous

    I'm already thinking in ebonics, eating fried chicken, robbing likker stores and hooping fentanyl.

  37. You cannot blame her, can you?

    Imagine the EASE of the work, the PROMOTION opportunities, and LOW EXPECTATIONS.

    Its like playing a game at the EASY LEVEL, I’d expect.

    Just being able to SPELL is now raciss and something, something.

    Affirmative Action should be a plot by the Klan.

    No other system could patronize blacks more and cause as much disrespect.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Dr. Doom

    I agree, I can't imagine why sports becomes dominated by people of color.

    NBA

    Average salary: $6.2 million (2016-17 season)

    Highest-paid player: $31 million (LeBron James)

    MLB

    Average salary: $4.4 million (2016 season)

    Highest-paid player: $32 million (Clayton Kershaw)

    NHL

    Average salary: $2.9 million (2015-16 season)

    Highest-paid player: $14 million (Anze Kopitar, 2016-17 season)

    NFL

    Average salary: $2.1 million (2015 season)

    Highest-paid player: $31.25 million (Drew Brees, total 2016 cash)

    MLS

    Average salary: $308,969 (2016 season)

    Highest-paid player: $7.2 million (Kaka)

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2016/12/15/average-player-salaries-in-major-american-sports-leagues/#15f6c0751050

    1. Naomi Osaka
    Total Earnings: $37.4 million
    Prize Money: $3.4 million
    Endorsements: $34 million 2. Serena Williams
    Total Earnings: $36 million
    Prize Money: $4 million
    Endorsements: $32 million 3.

    Ashleigh Barty
    Total Earnings: $13.1 million
    Prize Money: $10.1 million
    Endorsements: $3 million 4. Simona Halep
    Total Earnings: $10.9 million
    Prize Money: $6.9 million
    Endorsements: $4 million 5. Bianca Andreescu
    Total Earnings: $8.9 million
    Prize Money: $4.9 million
    Endorsements: $4 million 6.
    https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/WTA_Tennis/90400/wta-players-dominate-forbes-list-of-highestpaid-female-athletes/

  38. Few things can be as unpredictable and destructive as an undistinguished young woman whom nobody has any reason to pay attention to.

    • Replies: @Charles St. Charles
    @Thomas


    Few things can be as unpredictable and destructive as an undistinguished young woman whom nobody has any reason to pay attention to.
     
    I am in the “Academy” right now. I am a happily and luckily married (to a delightfully unwoke White Millennial woman) White man in the late Gen X demographic. I can tell you that I hold at professionally appropriate arms length any young female or otherwise diverse student - I consider them all like the scorpion in the fable, they will stab you in the back on the journey across the river. They can be very seductive in their approach (especially young women who know they have a nubile sexual allure), but when crossed - even if only slightly perceived - they become poisonous (suddenly the seductress becomes the oppressed and innocent victim). I can only be thankful that this state of affairs didn’t exist just a few decades ago when I made my first stumbling forays into the man-woman arena - I can’t imagine how a 20-something man today navigates the currents.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Thomas

  39. There’s so many fakes now, my new theory is that there aren’t actually any real black people. I mean, has anybody ever actually seen one?

    I know I haven’t – I mean, take my own “black” family: I’m really Indonesian, and my wife is entirely animatronic

  40. So has anyone ever tried to give a detailed explanation of why transgender is real and transracial is not? I kind of remember some low-level stuff – blog posts or fringe online media – that tried to do this when the Dolezal story broke, but they usually got hammered in the comments so much that it seems like the left just gave up. Now it’s just settled, apparently, that there is a distinction, and they won’t “stoop” to our level to even offer an explanation.

    Anyone know of any serious articles on the topic?

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @anon
    @jon


    Sex reassignment surgery (SRS), also known as gender reassignment surgery (GRS) and several other names, is a surgical procedure (or procedures) by which a transgender person's physical appearance and function of their existing sexual characteristics are altered to resemble those socially associated with their identified gender.
     
    I was trying to get to the bottom of this burning issue myself. Sorry for quoting Wikipedia, but this seems to be sort of official.

    Note that the sex/gender distinction becomes essential. People can't get away with stating that they reassigning someones sex through what is essentially cosmetic surgery. They are altered to resemble the opposite gender.

    You have to invent a new category (gender) which is exactly like genetic, biological sex --- except where it isn't. Gender being a social construct and all. Drag+ cosmetic surgery works to change gender.

    Race lacks corresponding category of purely socially constructed 'almost' race. Other than the almost slur whigger. Race can be a social construct as well as not exist as convenient.

    The problem is that you need years of identity education to fully appreciate the nuances of the sex/gender distinction. I'm not sure most black people are up to appreciating this distinction. And might just blurt out the obvious.

    But in the numerous reality TV shows, no one ever talks about being born the wrong gender.

    The obvious question is why they have to be so literal about a flexible and inclusive social construct. Why is going metrosexual not enough?

    But basically, they are just rationalizing that what they want (drag/cosmetic surgery) is essential for their wellbeing. And is essentially a human right in an advanced society.
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @jon


    Anyone know of any serious articles on the topic?
     
    How could anyone write a serious article on a topic that is so stupid to begin with?
  41. They engaged in Blackrace.

  42. it is an insane system we have for affirmative action. I suppose the children of Ted Cruz will qualify and so many more Americans who have a Great Grandparent born in some Latin nation, even those with a grandparent born in Spain probably qualify.

    Most of those gaming the system probably get away with it. Somehow Sean King has pulled it off , despite having been born white with 2 white parents. Those fake POC who remain in academia will find it more difficult. But those who use affirmative action to get jobs at Big banks or become doctors will not be discovered.

    • Replies: @GeraldB
    @Travis

    I have nieces who qualify as Hispanic and receive affirmative action. Their father is an old-money Baton Rouge native who is descended from a Spaniard who settled in West Florida (now Louisiana) during the Galvez administration. They are as white as a family can be, but their last name ends with "..ez" so they get racial preferences when applying for college and for jobs.

  43. • Replies: @Lloyd1927
    @prime noticer

    Black elites are ALWAYS claiming that it is possible to look white and really be "black." If that's so, why do non-tarbrushed whites who want to pretend to be "black" take pains to change their racial appearance?

    Replies: @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco

  44. anon[254] • Disclaimer says:

    Nobody is supposed to think about how it is in the career self-interest of white leftist academics like Jessica Krug, CV Vitolo-Hadad, and Elizabeth Warren to check off race boxes other than white on application forms.

    It’s really not fair. She’s stealing a spot from a black person who is supposed to be stealing that spot from a white person.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @anon

    She’s stealing a spot from a black person who is supposed to be stealing that spot from a white person.

    Too good for "LOL"--that's brilliant.

  45. @DextersLabRat
    Damn, a cushy tenure track position worth almost $100k? She really gave that up because of one anonymous comment? Something else must've been going on I think. I wonder if the "anonymous" comment knew her, reached out to her directly and threatened to expose her if she didn't come clean. Perhaps this was her attempt at salvaging whatever was left of professional opportunities for her. Otherwise it would've been too easy for her to say she is part Eritrean and then accuse the commenter of being racist and divisive and then never mention it again. She looks ambiguous enough, cleverly kept the 'Haddad' part of her last name, and most Americans view Italians as kind of swarthy anyway. Ariana Grande for example has been earnestly referred to several times as a person of coloring by black people in the entertainment industry (yes her fake tanning helps, but still).

    I bet she changes her name and re-emerges as a fake Jew a few years from now.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Ano

    Watch any episode of the Nickelodeon sitcom “Victorious.”

    Now look me in the eye and tell me Ariana Grande is anything other than Caucasian.

  46. There are a lot more of us them than you think, Homie , errr, Steve. Just tryin’ to stick it to The Man.

  47. @Clifford Brown
    Is she transgender? She seems smarter than the usual fraud.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvwSxSUix24

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kl3njvKbnrU&t=176s

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles, @Not Raul, @RichardTaylor, @black sea, @gregor

    Is she transgender? She seems smarter than the usual fraud.

    She totally has Jewboy speech cadences. She seems more like a teenage Jewboy than a Sicilian. She’s a codeswitcher.

  48. @Clifford Brown
    Is she transgender? She seems smarter than the usual fraud.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvwSxSUix24

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kl3njvKbnrU&t=176s

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles, @Not Raul, @RichardTaylor, @black sea, @gregor

    They don’t seem particularly smart to me.

    They said “Libtard Cuck”. That isn’t even a thing.

    Libtards are openly on the left. Cucks claim to be on the right; but cuck when it matters.

    One can either be a libtard, or a cuck.

    Their misuse of the term “cuck” makes me think that they “don’t get out much” intellectually.

    I wasn’t able to make it through their whole spiel, so if I missed them proving the
    Riemann hypothesis, my apologies for doubting their intelligence.

  49. @Clifford Brown
    Is she transgender? She seems smarter than the usual fraud.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvwSxSUix24

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kl3njvKbnrU&t=176s

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles, @Not Raul, @RichardTaylor, @black sea, @gregor

    Great find, thanks. My guess is that many of our elite White Gentiles would be deeply impressed by this “awfully smart” person who, in their eyes, brings intellectual dynamism to the university!

  50. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    @jimmyriddle

    Real Puerto Ricans don't really speak Spanish either. They are monolingual; they speak half of two languages.

    Replies: @kaganovitch, @Pericles

    Real Puerto Ricans don’t really speak Spanish either. They are monolingual; they speak half of two languages.

    Absolutely true. I work with many Puerto Ricans. Perhaps one in five speaks decent Spanish.

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @kaganovitch

    You work with many Puerto Ricans? Perhaps a career change is in order.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

  51. @Thomas
    Few things can be as unpredictable and destructive as an undistinguished young woman whom nobody has any reason to pay attention to.

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles

    Few things can be as unpredictable and destructive as an undistinguished young woman whom nobody has any reason to pay attention to.

    I am in the “Academy” right now. I am a happily and luckily married (to a delightfully unwoke White Millennial woman) White man in the late Gen X demographic. I can tell you that I hold at professionally appropriate arms length any young female or otherwise diverse student – I consider them all like the scorpion in the fable, they will stab you in the back on the journey across the river. They can be very seductive in their approach (especially young women who know they have a nubile sexual allure), but when crossed – even if only slightly perceived – they become poisonous (suddenly the seductress becomes the oppressed and innocent victim). I can only be thankful that this state of affairs didn’t exist just a few decades ago when I made my first stumbling forays into the man-woman arena – I can’t imagine how a 20-something man today navigates the currents.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Charles St. Charles


    I am in the “Academy” right now. I am a happily and luckily married (to a delightfully unwoke White Millennial woman) White man in the late Gen X demographic. I can tell you that I hold at professionally appropriate arms length any young female or otherwise diverse student – I consider them all like the scorpion in the fable, they will stab you in the back on the journey across the river. They can be very seductive in their approach (especially young women who know they have a nubile sexual allure), but when crossed – even if only slightly perceived – they become poisonous (suddenly the seductress becomes the oppressed and innocent victim)
     
    Here’s a case study of exactly what you’re talking about.

    https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/books/story/2020-02-21/american-dirt-myriam-gurba-escorted-long-beach-poly

    I believe she taught psychology classes. This is how she came to work for school the day she was told to leave the school grounds. After gathering her things, she had posted videos of herself crying on the grass in front of the school prior to this picture being posted, but apparently took them down. She’s very cute, she is well aware of it, and she's bipolar to beat the band. Teaching kids.

    https://twitter.com/lesbrains/status/1230974332794392577?s=20

    Replies: @black sea

    , @Thomas
    @Charles St. Charles


    I can only be thankful that this state of affairs didn’t exist just a few decades ago when I made my first stumbling forays into the man-woman arena – I can’t imagine how a 20-something man today navigates the currents.
     
    I'm married but if I were still in my 20s and single, I'd give serious consideration as to how far I could get trying to "Moneyball" all the essential features of a girlfriend out of some combination of, say, anime, viddya, VR, ASMR, OnlyFans, and the occasional romp with a working girl. I do have a buddy who seems to get by on occasional trips to Vegas or the Philippines, and he always seems to still have enough money for all his chosen pursuits doing not much more than putting up drywall.

    Replies: @njguy73, @JMcG

  52. Vitolo-Haddad wrote that they were “so deeply sorry for the ways you are hurting right now because of me.”

    But shouldn’t Vitolo Haddad have said “…because of us.” ?

    • Replies: @Gianni in Guernsey
    @Achilles Wannabe

    So it is not a real they only pretending to be so.

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Achilles Wannabe

    I think they (and I really mean they, as in plural) only care about the pronoun when it's used as the subject, theirselves. It's complicated, man.

    That's one thing the Chinese have over us, language-wise, the same pronoun for he/she/it. If they ever go Cult-Rev 2.0 over there, they should be able to keep everything straight. See Peak Stupidity's post "Fun with pronouns".

  53. @Clifford Brown
    Is she transgender? She seems smarter than the usual fraud.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvwSxSUix24

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kl3njvKbnrU&t=176s

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles, @Not Raul, @RichardTaylor, @black sea, @gregor

    Her lecture style — and I guess a lot of interaction with her would involve a lecture — seems particularly grating, even by contemporary academic standards. Amidst her many fraudulent identities, couldn’t she have spent a little time cultivating the “bland” Midwestern accent supposedly favored by those in the broadcast media, particularly as she was living in the Midwest anyway?

    On another note, I visited the Fresno State Department of Communications webpage. They appear to have 39 faculty members, excluding graduate TA’s. That’s quite a department. It would be interesting to know what it costs to keep this operation going, and how many graduates of this program actually go on to work in a communications-related field (admittedly, a difficult thing to define).

  54. @Charles St. Charles
    The poor girl, of course people assumed she was black, just look at how unattractive she is.

    http://www.humanbiologicaldiversity.com/articles/Kanazawa,%20Satoshi.%20%22Why%20Are%20Black%20Women%20Less%20Physically%20Attractive%20Than%20Other%20Women%3f%22%20Psychology%20Today,%20May%2015,%202011.pdf

    Replies: @Anonymous

    The poor girl, of course people assumed she was black, just look at how unattractive she is.

    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.

    • Agree: Escher
    • Replies: @Charles St. Charles
    @Anonymous


    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.
     
    Outliers.

    And there’s probably some non-black admixture going on in most of those cases. I don’t find them attractive, anyway, but I guess people who sell stuff want to sell to people who like that look.

    This is not me talking. It’s science; black women are on average the least attractive women on earth. I’m just going along with my idiot neighbors who put a sign in their yard (next to the Biden-Harris one) that says “Science is real!”

    You’ll notice that in none of these cases of “passing” as black is the woman in question an attractive white woman, who no one would mistake as black or BIPOC.

    https://nopurplewalls.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/stay-classy.png

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Neuday
    @Anonymous


    The poor girl, of course people assumed she was black, just look at how unattractive she is.

    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.
     
    In current_year, being a model, especially a black model, does not at all signify attractiveness. If anything, your comment is On Topic as Affirmative Action in modeling is observably pervasive.

    "classy" != "untrue"

    Over my working life I estimate I'll gross about $3 million in wages in inflation adjusted dollars. I truly wonder how many black models "make a lot more money" than that.
  55. this true dissident should be lauded as a heroine by the Dissident Right..she actually took some action to subvert the system…but as usual you lot couldn’t find your ass with both hands

  56. @DextersLabRat
    Damn, a cushy tenure track position worth almost $100k? She really gave that up because of one anonymous comment? Something else must've been going on I think. I wonder if the "anonymous" comment knew her, reached out to her directly and threatened to expose her if she didn't come clean. Perhaps this was her attempt at salvaging whatever was left of professional opportunities for her. Otherwise it would've been too easy for her to say she is part Eritrean and then accuse the commenter of being racist and divisive and then never mention it again. She looks ambiguous enough, cleverly kept the 'Haddad' part of her last name, and most Americans view Italians as kind of swarthy anyway. Ariana Grande for example has been earnestly referred to several times as a person of coloring by black people in the entertainment industry (yes her fake tanning helps, but still).

    I bet she changes her name and re-emerges as a fake Jew a few years from now.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Ano

    It makes me wonder if there are white people ‘performing Blackness/PoCness’ (and enjoying the financial and career benefits thereof) who are paying off blackmailers to stop the latter exposing their dirty little secret.

    Likewise, not just closeted whites in WokeAmerica. I wonder if there are closeted conservatives/secret Trump voters who are paying hush money to somebody who has found them out in order to keep their jobs/career/business?

    The fear of public exposure and ruin, and blackmailers exploiting this fear, was one of the reasons campaigners in the 1950s/60s used for arguing for the decriminalisation of homosexuality.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Ano

    The All-American Rejects - Dirty Little Secret (Official Music Video)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPDcwjJ8pLg

  57. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles St. Charles
    @Thomas


    Few things can be as unpredictable and destructive as an undistinguished young woman whom nobody has any reason to pay attention to.
     
    I am in the “Academy” right now. I am a happily and luckily married (to a delightfully unwoke White Millennial woman) White man in the late Gen X demographic. I can tell you that I hold at professionally appropriate arms length any young female or otherwise diverse student - I consider them all like the scorpion in the fable, they will stab you in the back on the journey across the river. They can be very seductive in their approach (especially young women who know they have a nubile sexual allure), but when crossed - even if only slightly perceived - they become poisonous (suddenly the seductress becomes the oppressed and innocent victim). I can only be thankful that this state of affairs didn’t exist just a few decades ago when I made my first stumbling forays into the man-woman arena - I can’t imagine how a 20-something man today navigates the currents.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Thomas

    I am in the “Academy” right now. I am a happily and luckily married (to a delightfully unwoke White Millennial woman) White man in the late Gen X demographic. I can tell you that I hold at professionally appropriate arms length any young female or otherwise diverse student – I consider them all like the scorpion in the fable, they will stab you in the back on the journey across the river. They can be very seductive in their approach (especially young women who know they have a nubile sexual allure), but when crossed – even if only slightly perceived – they become poisonous (suddenly the seductress becomes the oppressed and innocent victim)

    Here’s a case study of exactly what you’re talking about.

    https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/books/story/2020-02-21/american-dirt-myriam-gurba-escorted-long-beach-poly

    I believe she taught psychology classes. This is how she came to work for school the day she was told to leave the school grounds. After gathering her things, she had posted videos of herself crying on the grass in front of the school prior to this picture being posted, but apparently took them down. She’s very cute, she is well aware of it, and she’s bipolar to beat the band. Teaching kids.

    • Replies: @black sea
    @Anonymous

    Not cute. At all. But otherwise I agree.

    There have always been nutjobs teaching in universities, and in the past, they were generally humored by the students, who mostly felt sorry for them, as did many of their colleagues. From my student days, I don't remember anyone taking their antics very seriously.

    Replies: @Ragno

  58. Below is the evidence of their deceit that I have collected over the past several years, with as much detail as I can provide, including dates where I can remember them. As a person who shares community, both academic and geographical, with CV, I have chosen to remain anonymous due to my own vulnerability and out of concern that this will devolve into an interpersonal conflict or make me a target of their response. I hope, nonetheless, that I have provided enough information for others to come to their own conclusions.

    • Replies: @photondancer
    @MEH 0910

    So, author is attacking CV then refusing to supply their name in order to avoid being attacked in return. Like just about everything that happens in the SJW-verse, this is on the level of a high school spat.

  59. @jimmyriddle
    Jessica Krug was pretending to be Puerto Rican. I suppose any real Hispanic would be able to tell that she didn't speak Spanish with a native Puerto Rican accent (assuming she spoke Spanish at all). And even her fake Puerto Rican English accent was ridiculously bad.

    And yet she worked for 20 years in "Studies" faculties without being challenged. That suggests that they are very few real Hispanics in these colleges.

    Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose, @Lloyd1927, @Travis

    Puerto Rico is a mulatto nation, with nearly all Puerto Ricans being part-black to various extents.

    Affirmative Action rules define “Hispanic” on the basis of blood lines leading to a Spanish-speaking country. It is NOT necessary to speak Spanish in order to obtain Affirmative Action benefits as “Hispanic.”

    • Replies: @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco
    @Lloyd1927

    Good point about Puerto Rican’s being part black. Not sure why so few claim to be mixed race, I suppose they get enough Pokémon diversity points by checking off the Hispanic boxes.

    Do Hispanics realize they get even more Pokémon points if they claim to be part Black ? Nothing stops them from claiming to be Afro-Cuban like Soledad O’Brien. She was smart and realized her career would advance quicker by claiming to be a Black Cuban , since being an Hispanic Cuban did not grant as many Pokémon affirmative action points.

    Besides Soledad O’Brien , how many Cubans call themselves Afro-Cuban to differentiate themselves from the white Cubans ? Does Harvard more preference to Afro-Cubans or Dominican whites like Sammy Sosa ?

    , @Hibernian
    @Lloyd1927

    Many Puerto Ricans appear to have a lot of Southern European ancestry. Those whom you would perceive to be Black, if they didn't have Hispanic surnames, are rarely all that dark skinned, and are few in number. Octoroon nation would be more like it, and even that might be at least a slight exaggeration.

    Replies: @BB753, @3g4me

  60. @Ano
    @DextersLabRat

    It makes me wonder if there are white people 'performing Blackness/PoCness' (and enjoying the financial and career benefits thereof) who are paying off blackmailers to stop the latter exposing their dirty little secret.

    Likewise, not just closeted whites in WokeAmerica. I wonder if there are closeted conservatives/secret Trump voters who are paying hush money to somebody who has found them out in order to keep their jobs/career/business?

    The fear of public exposure and ruin, and blackmailers exploiting this fear, was one of the reasons campaigners in the 1950s/60s used for arguing for the decriminalisation of homosexuality.

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    The All-American Rejects – Dirty Little Secret (Official Music Video)

  61. The real sin of CV Vitolo-Haddad, Jessica Krug and Rachel Dolezal is that they have inadvertently made fools of the so-called “black race” by revealing how stupid and self-hating their definition of “black” really is. Drop the “one drop rule” by which blacks hope to improve and beautify their race and you have no way of committing racial fraud.

    • Replies: @Travis
    @Lloyd1927

    No , the real sin is that these White women stole jobs from people of Color. currently we still use the one drop rule for affirmative action, but I suspect this may change to the Brazilian model which uses race commissions to determine if you qualify for racial quotas. These decisions are not based on ancestry, but are based on physical attributes. A Brazilian with 2 mixed raced parents may not qualify as mixed raced if they have light skin. In Brazil the criteria is different. Skin tone matters more than ancestry, because so much of the population is mixed. Patrick Mahomes and Steph Curry may not qualify while a dark skinned Italian may well qualify.

    These race tribunals were made mandatory for all government jobs. They even issued guidelines about how to measure Skin color, lip size, hair texture and nose width. DNA analyses is not used, because the criteria for qualifying as mixed raced is based on appearance not race. https://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2016/09/29/495665329/for-affirmative-action-brazil-sets-up-controversial-boards-to-determine-race

    For Brazil’s blacks suspect massive race fraud: people taking advantage of affirmative action policies. “These spots are for people who are phenotypically black,”...“It’s not for people with black grandmothers.” “If you look at a photograph of the incoming medical class, only one of the students looks black,” said Georgina Lima, head of the Center for Affirmative Action. “And he’s not even Brazilian. He’s from Africa.” The Ethnicity Evaluation Committee was installed at Universities to address this loophole. It interviewed prospective students for the first time in 2016. “We saw the most incredible situations unfold,” said Rogerio Reis, head of the committee. “People would shave their heads, wear beanies, get a tan. Just a series of strategies to turn themselves black.” https://foreignpolicy.com/2017/04/05/brazils-new-problem-with-blackness-affirmative-action/

  62. @prime noticer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2zMrjBLwn8

    Replies: @Lloyd1927

    Black elites are ALWAYS claiming that it is possible to look white and really be “black.” If that’s so, why do non-tarbrushed whites who want to pretend to be “black” take pains to change their racial appearance?

    • Replies: @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco
    @Lloyd1927

    Good point.

    They want to claim Beethoven is black because he might have a North African great grandfather. Yet a white person with a Moroccan Grandfather would not qualify for affirmative action , and even those born in Egypt or Iran are told they are white by the US government, thus do not qualify for affirmative action. Which is the reason Obama was going to allow them to identify as non-white.

    most Egyptians today have some Sub-Saharan DNA and could make a plausible claim to being African-American , yet we do not seem to see many North Africans getting these types of academic jobs in Black studies programs. Maybe I am wrong and North Africans are learning to self-identify as Black for the additional Pokémon points. It is also not unusual for Jews and Italians to have some North African DNA , Maybe they realize that even if they are genetically 2% North African most people do not equate this with being Black. Could she get away with it if DNA tests indicated she was 1% sub-saharan black but had Jewish and Sicilian parents ?? If Arianna Grande did a DNA test and she discovered she was 1% African would blacks accept her as African-American

  63. If they believes they is the Queen of England are we required to call them (?) “your majesty?”

    • Agree: Hibernian
    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @Bill H

    She's exposing the mental illness side of all this. The other one, Krug, was mentally ill by her own admission. A chick who wants to be plural in number, ambiguous in sex, and opposite in race is plainly messed up in the head and heart. And a professorship would not have healed anything.

    Replies: @Gianni in Guernsey

  64. @Clifford Brown
    Is she transgender? She seems smarter than the usual fraud.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvwSxSUix24

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kl3njvKbnrU&t=176s

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles, @Not Raul, @RichardTaylor, @black sea, @gregor

    Here’s two more hours of her debating Alt Hype.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/i7xKiMj8Q7w/

  65. It seems like these people are tripped up by their own ambitions to be activists. If she was just a professor to be black and not a leftist activist, would anyone care about her and whether she was or wasn’t black after she already had the job?

  66. @Anonymous
    @Charles St. Charles


    I am in the “Academy” right now. I am a happily and luckily married (to a delightfully unwoke White Millennial woman) White man in the late Gen X demographic. I can tell you that I hold at professionally appropriate arms length any young female or otherwise diverse student – I consider them all like the scorpion in the fable, they will stab you in the back on the journey across the river. They can be very seductive in their approach (especially young women who know they have a nubile sexual allure), but when crossed – even if only slightly perceived – they become poisonous (suddenly the seductress becomes the oppressed and innocent victim)
     
    Here’s a case study of exactly what you’re talking about.

    https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/books/story/2020-02-21/american-dirt-myriam-gurba-escorted-long-beach-poly

    I believe she taught psychology classes. This is how she came to work for school the day she was told to leave the school grounds. After gathering her things, she had posted videos of herself crying on the grass in front of the school prior to this picture being posted, but apparently took them down. She’s very cute, she is well aware of it, and she's bipolar to beat the band. Teaching kids.

    https://twitter.com/lesbrains/status/1230974332794392577?s=20

    Replies: @black sea

    Not cute. At all. But otherwise I agree.

    There have always been nutjobs teaching in universities, and in the past, they were generally humored by the students, who mostly felt sorry for them, as did many of their colleagues. From my student days, I don’t remember anyone taking their antics very seriously.

    • Replies: @Ragno
    @black sea

    Sure, but that was before their compensation packages became public knowledge. A ground floor of $100k?......and you're a complete fraud?....and you "earn" your money by lecturing/browbeating white students, as well as occasionally punishing heretics with failing grades?

    Sorry - I'm all for humoring eccentrics, but I have to draw the line at people who weaponize their delusions while simultaneously cashing in on them.

  67. @Charles St. Charles
    @Thomas


    Few things can be as unpredictable and destructive as an undistinguished young woman whom nobody has any reason to pay attention to.
     
    I am in the “Academy” right now. I am a happily and luckily married (to a delightfully unwoke White Millennial woman) White man in the late Gen X demographic. I can tell you that I hold at professionally appropriate arms length any young female or otherwise diverse student - I consider them all like the scorpion in the fable, they will stab you in the back on the journey across the river. They can be very seductive in their approach (especially young women who know they have a nubile sexual allure), but when crossed - even if only slightly perceived - they become poisonous (suddenly the seductress becomes the oppressed and innocent victim). I can only be thankful that this state of affairs didn’t exist just a few decades ago when I made my first stumbling forays into the man-woman arena - I can’t imagine how a 20-something man today navigates the currents.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Thomas

    I can only be thankful that this state of affairs didn’t exist just a few decades ago when I made my first stumbling forays into the man-woman arena – I can’t imagine how a 20-something man today navigates the currents.

    I’m married but if I were still in my 20s and single, I’d give serious consideration as to how far I could get trying to “Moneyball” all the essential features of a girlfriend out of some combination of, say, anime, viddya, VR, ASMR, OnlyFans, and the occasional romp with a working girl. I do have a buddy who seems to get by on occasional trips to Vegas or the Philippines, and he always seems to still have enough money for all his chosen pursuits doing not much more than putting up drywall.

    • Replies: @njguy73
    @Thomas

    A young man today is not going to get a wife who provides the value of Jason Giambi, so he'd be better off having three girlfriends with that aggregate value. One would be someone else's castoff (Scott Hatteberg) another would be the cougar (David Justice) and a third would be the unattainable woman's plain sister (Jeremy Giambi.)

    , @JMcG
    @Thomas

    That’s already been done. I know more than a few highly paid blue collar guys who won’t even consider a long term relationship. Call girls from Eastern Europe and Asia camp out in nearby luxury hotels and advertise on the web. It used to be on back pages, but I think that’s changed.
    They figure some Olympic quality sex with a smoke show once a month is better than every week with a fat, screeching harpy. That and the fact that they won’t have to give half their stuff to their ex-wife and her new boyfriend.

    Replies: @Thomas

  68. “When asked if I identify as Black, my answer should have always been ‘No.’ There were three separate instances I said otherwise,”

    But she did identify as black, so she answered truthfully and has nothing to apologize for, as long as she didn’t claim to actually be black.

  69. She looks Sicilian. I’m sure her 23&Me would have crushed Elizabeth Warren’s for percentage of non-white genes. She should have just Jussie Smoletted it and never admitted nuthin’!

  70. “Before the cock crows, you will have denied your whiteness three times”

  71. @Alden
    If she’s S Italian or Sicilian she qualifies for Hispanic under the rule of Spain or any country that was ever a Spanish colony. Spain ruled Sicily and S Italy for centuries, 1479 to 1860 something when Italy united and the Spanish kingdom of the 2 Sicilies became part of the kingdom of Italy.

    Haddad is an Arab name, often Christian Arab. Had she any knowledge of Sicily she could have just classified herself as Hispanic. It’s easy with Italian surnames Just replace the a,o, or i at the end with ez.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Anonymous, @Templar

    The Spanish ruled ( or tried to) the Low Countries for a century.
    Was Teddy Roosevelt the first Hispanic President?
    Or Martin Van Buren?

  72. anon[219] • Disclaimer says:
    @jon
    So has anyone ever tried to give a detailed explanation of why transgender is real and transracial is not? I kind of remember some low-level stuff - blog posts or fringe online media - that tried to do this when the Dolezal story broke, but they usually got hammered in the comments so much that it seems like the left just gave up. Now it's just settled, apparently, that there is a distinction, and they won't "stoop" to our level to even offer an explanation.

    Anyone know of any serious articles on the topic?

    Replies: @anon, @Achmed E. Newman

    Sex reassignment surgery (SRS), also known as gender reassignment surgery (GRS) and several other names, is a surgical procedure (or procedures) by which a transgender person’s physical appearance and function of their existing sexual characteristics are altered to resemble those socially associated with their identified gender.

    I was trying to get to the bottom of this burning issue myself. Sorry for quoting Wikipedia, but this seems to be sort of official.

    Note that the sex/gender distinction becomes essential. People can’t get away with stating that they reassigning someones sex through what is essentially cosmetic surgery. They are altered to resemble the opposite gender.

    You have to invent a new category (gender) which is exactly like genetic, biological sex — except where it isn’t. Gender being a social construct and all. Drag+ cosmetic surgery works to change gender.

    Race lacks corresponding category of purely socially constructed ‘almost’ race. Other than the almost slur whigger. Race can be a social construct as well as not exist as convenient.

    The problem is that you need years of identity education to fully appreciate the nuances of the sex/gender distinction. I’m not sure most black people are up to appreciating this distinction. And might just blurt out the obvious.

    But in the numerous reality TV shows, no one ever talks about being born the wrong gender.

    The obvious question is why they have to be so literal about a flexible and inclusive social construct. Why is going metrosexual not enough?

    But basically, they are just rationalizing that what they want (drag/cosmetic surgery) is essential for their wellbeing. And is essentially a human right in an advanced society.

  73. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    @jimmyriddle

    Real Puerto Ricans don't really speak Spanish either. They are monolingual; they speak half of two languages.

    Replies: @kaganovitch, @Pericles

    they speak half of two languages.

    Duodemilingual?

  74. @anon

    Nobody is supposed to think about how it is in the career self-interest of white leftist academics like Jessica Krug, CV Vitolo-Hadad, and Elizabeth Warren to check off race boxes other than white on application forms.
     
    It's really not fair. She's stealing a spot from a black person who is supposed to be stealing that spot from a white person.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    She’s stealing a spot from a black person who is supposed to be stealing that spot from a white person.

    Too good for “LOL”–that’s brilliant.

    • Agree: Lurker
  75. @Achilles Wannabe
    Vitolo-Haddad wrote that they were “so deeply sorry for the ways you are hurting right now because of me.”

    But shouldn't Vitolo Haddad have said "...because of us." ?

    Replies: @Gianni in Guernsey, @Achmed E. Newman

    So it is not a real they only pretending to be so.

  76. @Dr. X
    @syonredux


    I know White people with real degrees (I.e., in things like history, literature, the classics, not “communications”) from prestigious unis who have been plugging away for years and are nowhere near attaining tenure.

     

    Yeah, I'm one of them! I made $15k as an adjunct trying to teach unimportant crap like the U.S. Constitution and The Federalist Papers to cell-phone addicted undergrads before I got canned for "misgendering" a "transgender."

    Honest mistake on my part -- how in hell was I supposed to know what f--ing gender the kid was when she was trying to look like a he? (That was just a pretext, though... I was told surreptitiously by a full-time professor that the anti-Trump lefty who did the adjunct scheduling was trying to get did of me because she "heard through a student that I was conservative.")

    Anyway, now I'm a manual laborer for $14 an hour. It really is like the Soviet Union in academia. Toe the party line or you will be digging ditches with your doctorate.

    Being black is not merely a "huge advantage" for getting a tenure track job, it's like being a god. I was on a search committee once where the dean was pushing us to hire a black kid with only a Bachelor's to teach African-American history on what was intended to become a tenure-track position. He had taken some postgraduate classes for his Master's but had not yet written a thesis. I objected and told him that we should look for a candidate with a Ph.D. -- and got kicked off the committee within 24 hours and later booted from the college.

    I'm not a big fan of the cops -- but I would like to see hordes of people marching in the streets, burning buildings, looting, and demanding that we defund the universities rather than the police.

    Replies: @Gordo, @ScarletNumber, @Anonymous, @tuco22

    You could put it about that you are gay. That might help jobwise in academia.

    I’m pretty sure they wouldn’t ask you to prove it.

  77. @Steve in Greensboro
    How long is it before our critical race theoreticians begin requiring genetic analyses of all potential hires?

    And she is Sicilian, eh? If only the educators had watched the Sicilians scene in "True Romance", everything could have been resolved without heartache.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jsh4SvPdfl8

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @ScarletNumber, @res

    Exactly. When I saw “Sicilian” I was ready to give her a free pass. It was her use of “they” as a personal pronoun that tipped the scale against her.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @ScarletNumber

    Her revenge is that all these pathetic university officials have to refer to her as "they" lest they look transphobic.

    It's hard to even imagine how much lower we can sink as a society.

    , @Coemgen
    @ScarletNumber


    It was her use of “they” as a personal pronoun that tipped the scale against her.
     
    Perhaps it’s time to dispense with the “polite” second-person singular pronoun too. It’s overly polite, imprecise and, like the “royal we,” it smacks of elitism.

    Let’s bring back the proper second-person singular pronoun: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thou

    Replies: @JMcG

  78. @Dr. X
    @syonredux


    I know White people with real degrees (I.e., in things like history, literature, the classics, not “communications”) from prestigious unis who have been plugging away for years and are nowhere near attaining tenure.

     

    Yeah, I'm one of them! I made $15k as an adjunct trying to teach unimportant crap like the U.S. Constitution and The Federalist Papers to cell-phone addicted undergrads before I got canned for "misgendering" a "transgender."

    Honest mistake on my part -- how in hell was I supposed to know what f--ing gender the kid was when she was trying to look like a he? (That was just a pretext, though... I was told surreptitiously by a full-time professor that the anti-Trump lefty who did the adjunct scheduling was trying to get did of me because she "heard through a student that I was conservative.")

    Anyway, now I'm a manual laborer for $14 an hour. It really is like the Soviet Union in academia. Toe the party line or you will be digging ditches with your doctorate.

    Being black is not merely a "huge advantage" for getting a tenure track job, it's like being a god. I was on a search committee once where the dean was pushing us to hire a black kid with only a Bachelor's to teach African-American history on what was intended to become a tenure-track position. He had taken some postgraduate classes for his Master's but had not yet written a thesis. I objected and told him that we should look for a candidate with a Ph.D. -- and got kicked off the committee within 24 hours and later booted from the college.

    I'm not a big fan of the cops -- but I would like to see hordes of people marching in the streets, burning buildings, looting, and demanding that we defund the universities rather than the police.

    Replies: @Gordo, @ScarletNumber, @Anonymous, @tuco22

    You should build a creature.

  79. @ScarletNumber
    @Steve in Greensboro

    Exactly. When I saw "Sicilian" I was ready to give her a free pass. It was her use of "they" as a personal pronoun that tipped the scale against her.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Coemgen

    Her revenge is that all these pathetic university officials have to refer to her as “they” lest they look transphobic.

    It’s hard to even imagine how much lower we can sink as a society.

  80. I hate to say this as a European-derived male, but we whites have really been something near suicidally stupid.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Sam Malone
    @Tono Bungay

    I think we've proved ourselves pretty comprehensively to be an evolutionary blind alley.

  81. @ScarletNumber
    @Steve in Greensboro

    Exactly. When I saw "Sicilian" I was ready to give her a free pass. It was her use of "they" as a personal pronoun that tipped the scale against her.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Coemgen

    It was her use of “they” as a personal pronoun that tipped the scale against her.

    Perhaps it’s time to dispense with the “polite” second-person singular pronoun too. It’s overly polite, imprecise and, like the “royal we,” it smacks of elitism.

    Let’s bring back the proper second-person singular pronoun: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thou

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Coemgen

    How come she refers to herself as “me” instead of “us?”

  82. When will they expose Shaun King (aka Talcum X).

    The person inciting destruction against churches?

    • Replies: @Jesse
    @Chu

    It's truly weird that King hasn't been confronted on this. Literally the only "evidence" he's provided is a claim that his mom told him (at something like age six!) that she'd had an affair with a light skinned Black man and that was his real father. Aside from the obvious material benefits, he seems to have gone along with it out of Daddy issues, and talking about it at all (and the manner in which he did so) evinces serious Mommy issues. The latter of which, BTW, seem to be considered as low brow with Blacks as Daddy issues are with Whites.

    All he has to do is take a 23 and Me test. It's pretty obvious he's lying. And yet Black people seem to believe him and never bring it up. For why?

  83. Affirmative action fraud is a normal and very healthy reaction to affirmative action. Anything that sabotages AA is welcome.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Jordi

    I ran out of [Thanks]s, so THANK YOU Jordi. If we can't end it, don't mend it, but bend it.

  84. @Chu
    When will they expose Shaun King (aka Talcum X).

    The person inciting destruction against churches?

    https://twitter.com/stillgray/status/1275153250371551232?s=20

    Replies: @Jesse

    It’s truly weird that King hasn’t been confronted on this. Literally the only “evidence” he’s provided is a claim that his mom told him (at something like age six!) that she’d had an affair with a light skinned Black man and that was his real father. Aside from the obvious material benefits, he seems to have gone along with it out of Daddy issues, and talking about it at all (and the manner in which he did so) evinces serious Mommy issues. The latter of which, BTW, seem to be considered as low brow with Blacks as Daddy issues are with Whites.

    All he has to do is take a 23 and Me test. It’s pretty obvious he’s lying. And yet Black people seem to believe him and never bring it up. For why?

  85. @Lloyd1927
    @jimmyriddle

    Puerto Rico is a mulatto nation, with nearly all Puerto Ricans being part-black to various extents.

    Affirmative Action rules define "Hispanic" on the basis of blood lines leading to a Spanish-speaking country. It is NOT necessary to speak Spanish in order to obtain Affirmative Action benefits as "Hispanic."

    Replies: @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco, @Hibernian

    Good point about Puerto Rican’s being part black. Not sure why so few claim to be mixed race, I suppose they get enough Pokémon diversity points by checking off the Hispanic boxes.

    Do Hispanics realize they get even more Pokémon points if they claim to be part Black ? Nothing stops them from claiming to be Afro-Cuban like Soledad O’Brien. She was smart and realized her career would advance quicker by claiming to be a Black Cuban , since being an Hispanic Cuban did not grant as many Pokémon affirmative action points.

    Besides Soledad O’Brien , how many Cubans call themselves Afro-Cuban to differentiate themselves from the white Cubans ? Does Harvard more preference to Afro-Cubans or Dominican whites like Sammy Sosa ?

  86. @Lloyd1927
    @jimmyriddle

    Puerto Rico is a mulatto nation, with nearly all Puerto Ricans being part-black to various extents.

    Affirmative Action rules define "Hispanic" on the basis of blood lines leading to a Spanish-speaking country. It is NOT necessary to speak Spanish in order to obtain Affirmative Action benefits as "Hispanic."

    Replies: @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco, @Hibernian

    Many Puerto Ricans appear to have a lot of Southern European ancestry. Those whom you would perceive to be Black, if they didn’t have Hispanic surnames, are rarely all that dark skinned, and are few in number. Octoroon nation would be more like it, and even that might be at least a slight exaggeration.

    • Replies: @BB753
    @Hibernian

    Puerto Ricans are triracial, White, Black and Amerindian, in that order.

    , @3g4me
    @Hibernian

    @86 Hibernian: You are wrong. A number of genome studies were done on the island involving a significant number of people, and the average Puerto Rican is of 20% sub-Saharan ancestry. Being average, of course one will find some with more and some with less, but it's significantly more than octoroon. Add in the native Indian (almost all the maternal lines) and their percentage of European ancestry is really not much more significant than the average Mexican mestizo.

    Replies: @S

  87. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/TAA_Madison/status/1302960437680582659

    Below is the evidence of their deceit that I have collected over the past several years, with as much detail as I can provide, including dates where I can remember them. As a person who shares community, both academic and geographical, with CV, I have chosen to remain anonymous due to my own vulnerability and out of concern that this will devolve into an interpersonal conflict or make me a target of their response. I hope, nonetheless, that I have provided enough information for others to come to their own conclusions.
     

    Replies: @photondancer

    So, author is attacking CV then refusing to supply their name in order to avoid being attacked in return. Like just about everything that happens in the SJW-verse, this is on the level of a high school spat.

  88. @kaganovitch
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Real Puerto Ricans don’t really speak Spanish either. They are monolingual; they speak half of two languages.

    Absolutely true. I work with many Puerto Ricans. Perhaps one in five speaks decent Spanish.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara

    You work with many Puerto Ricans? Perhaps a career change is in order.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Father O'Hara

    For my sins, I'm in food service mgmt.

  89. Is there a movie yet about a middle-aged white man who pretends to be a black woman to get a gig as a Diversity Coordinator at a midwestern liberal arts college and his struggles to hook up with co-eds while trying not to be exposed as a fraud?

  90. If her pronoun is ‘they’, shouldn’t she refer to herself as ‘we’?

  91. As I am a private tutor (among others, English) here in Germany, my first question is: What is the correct number of the verb after a non-binary “they”? CNN supposes plural (“they were”), Steve supposes singular (“they enjoys”). The CNN solution is difficult insofar as “Vitolo-Haddad”still has a singular after it (both CNN and Steve agree insofar).

    • Replies: @black sea
    @Stogumber

    They be . . .

  92. @jon
    So has anyone ever tried to give a detailed explanation of why transgender is real and transracial is not? I kind of remember some low-level stuff - blog posts or fringe online media - that tried to do this when the Dolezal story broke, but they usually got hammered in the comments so much that it seems like the left just gave up. Now it's just settled, apparently, that there is a distinction, and they won't "stoop" to our level to even offer an explanation.

    Anyone know of any serious articles on the topic?

    Replies: @anon, @Achmed E. Newman

    Anyone know of any serious articles on the topic?

    How could anyone write a serious article on a topic that is so stupid to begin with?

  93. @Achilles Wannabe
    Vitolo-Haddad wrote that they were “so deeply sorry for the ways you are hurting right now because of me.”

    But shouldn't Vitolo Haddad have said "...because of us." ?

    Replies: @Gianni in Guernsey, @Achmed E. Newman

    I think they (and I really mean they, as in plural) only care about the pronoun when it’s used as the subject, theirselves. It’s complicated, man.

    That’s one thing the Chinese have over us, language-wise, the same pronoun for he/she/it. If they ever go Cult-Rev 2.0 over there, they should be able to keep everything straight. See Peak Stupidity‘s post “Fun with pronouns”.

  94. @jimmyriddle
    Jessica Krug was pretending to be Puerto Rican. I suppose any real Hispanic would be able to tell that she didn't speak Spanish with a native Puerto Rican accent (assuming she spoke Spanish at all). And even her fake Puerto Rican English accent was ridiculously bad.

    And yet she worked for 20 years in "Studies" faculties without being challenged. That suggests that they are very few real Hispanics in these colleges.

    Replies: @Ghost of Bull Moose, @Lloyd1927, @Travis

    I doubt Ted Cruz or the typical hispanic at Harvard could tell the difference between a fake Puerto Rican and a real Puerto Rican.

  95. @Thomas
    @Charles St. Charles


    I can only be thankful that this state of affairs didn’t exist just a few decades ago when I made my first stumbling forays into the man-woman arena – I can’t imagine how a 20-something man today navigates the currents.
     
    I'm married but if I were still in my 20s and single, I'd give serious consideration as to how far I could get trying to "Moneyball" all the essential features of a girlfriend out of some combination of, say, anime, viddya, VR, ASMR, OnlyFans, and the occasional romp with a working girl. I do have a buddy who seems to get by on occasional trips to Vegas or the Philippines, and he always seems to still have enough money for all his chosen pursuits doing not much more than putting up drywall.

    Replies: @njguy73, @JMcG

    A young man today is not going to get a wife who provides the value of Jason Giambi, so he’d be better off having three girlfriends with that aggregate value. One would be someone else’s castoff (Scott Hatteberg) another would be the cougar (David Justice) and a third would be the unattainable woman’s plain sister (Jeremy Giambi.)

    • LOL: Thomas
  96. It’s been tried before, and the cheaters always get caught.

  97. @Hibernian
    @Lloyd1927

    Many Puerto Ricans appear to have a lot of Southern European ancestry. Those whom you would perceive to be Black, if they didn't have Hispanic surnames, are rarely all that dark skinned, and are few in number. Octoroon nation would be more like it, and even that might be at least a slight exaggeration.

    Replies: @BB753, @3g4me

    Puerto Ricans are triracial, White, Black and Amerindian, in that order.

  98. @Noticer
    I sort stole this idea from an article American Sun article that proposes that these “trans racial” individuals gain advantage not only from racial quotas but also from the characteristics of their actual race that enable them to outshine the others of the race they pretend to belong.

    It’s the equivalent of the Connecticut ex-boy sprinter that trounced all of the actual females. Or Ex-Man Falcon Fox who fractured a female opponent’s skull in MMA.

    Replies: @TWS

    Two women. Although she threw a fight. I’m guessing it was necessary. If she kept literally crushing the opposition, it would be a bit too obvious.

  99. @Lloyd1927
    The real sin of CV Vitolo-Haddad, Jessica Krug and Rachel Dolezal is that they have inadvertently made fools of the so-called "black race" by revealing how stupid and self-hating their definition of "black" really is. Drop the "one drop rule" by which blacks hope to improve and beautify their race and you have no way of committing racial fraud.

    Replies: @Travis

    No , the real sin is that these White women stole jobs from people of Color. currently we still use the one drop rule for affirmative action, but I suspect this may change to the Brazilian model which uses race commissions to determine if you qualify for racial quotas. These decisions are not based on ancestry, but are based on physical attributes. A Brazilian with 2 mixed raced parents may not qualify as mixed raced if they have light skin. In Brazil the criteria is different. Skin tone matters more than ancestry, because so much of the population is mixed. Patrick Mahomes and Steph Curry may not qualify while a dark skinned Italian may well qualify.

    These race tribunals were made mandatory for all government jobs. They even issued guidelines about how to measure Skin color, lip size, hair texture and nose width. DNA analyses is not used, because the criteria for qualifying as mixed raced is based on appearance not race. https://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2016/09/29/495665329/for-affirmative-action-brazil-sets-up-controversial-boards-to-determine-race

    For Brazil’s blacks suspect massive race fraud: people taking advantage of affirmative action policies. “These spots are for people who are phenotypically black,”…“It’s not for people with black grandmothers.” “If you look at a photograph of the incoming medical class, only one of the students looks black,” said Georgina Lima, head of the Center for Affirmative Action. “And he’s not even Brazilian. He’s from Africa.” The Ethnicity Evaluation Committee was installed at Universities to address this loophole. It interviewed prospective students for the first time in 2016. “We saw the most incredible situations unfold,” said Rogerio Reis, head of the committee. “People would shave their heads, wear beanies, get a tan. Just a series of strategies to turn themselves black.” https://foreignpolicy.com/2017/04/05/brazils-new-problem-with-blackness-affirmative-action/

  100. Does this mean we are going to require DNA analysis to determine racial fitness for a job?

    • Replies: @Charles St. Charles
    @Stick


    Does this mean we are going to require DNA analysis to determine racial fitness for a job?
     
    Yes.

    Eventually, if you want to work, you will have to get a DNA test and be chipped like a pet dog. Everywhere you go, you will be scanned and punished/rewarded appropriately, given current policies. For example, high DNA percentage blacks will be given high paying supervisory elite jobs while skipping the pro forma college attendance for a degree in “studies”, which is after all just a waste of time and resources. Whites with a degree of black DNA will escape their well-deserved punishment according to their percentage of “good” (black) DNA, for instance, a White with 5% black DNA (admixtures of all other non-black lineages will not count for points) will receive 18 daily lashes, instead of the normal 20.

    Replies: @S

  101. Lefiists pushed for the right of people to self identify as anything they wanted. Why the outrage?

  102. @Thomas
    @Charles St. Charles


    I can only be thankful that this state of affairs didn’t exist just a few decades ago when I made my first stumbling forays into the man-woman arena – I can’t imagine how a 20-something man today navigates the currents.
     
    I'm married but if I were still in my 20s and single, I'd give serious consideration as to how far I could get trying to "Moneyball" all the essential features of a girlfriend out of some combination of, say, anime, viddya, VR, ASMR, OnlyFans, and the occasional romp with a working girl. I do have a buddy who seems to get by on occasional trips to Vegas or the Philippines, and he always seems to still have enough money for all his chosen pursuits doing not much more than putting up drywall.

    Replies: @njguy73, @JMcG

    That’s already been done. I know more than a few highly paid blue collar guys who won’t even consider a long term relationship. Call girls from Eastern Europe and Asia camp out in nearby luxury hotels and advertise on the web. It used to be on back pages, but I think that’s changed.
    They figure some Olympic quality sex with a smoke show once a month is better than every week with a fat, screeching harpy. That and the fact that they won’t have to give half their stuff to their ex-wife and her new boyfriend.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @JMcG

    I'm not sure the working girls I've seen qualify as "smoke shows" in person nor would I bet the sex is "Olympic quality," but if it scratches that itch within mostly predictable and capped costs, maybe it makes some sense. Never really my scene though, so I can't say.

    Replies: @JMcG

  103. @Coemgen
    @ScarletNumber


    It was her use of “they” as a personal pronoun that tipped the scale against her.
     
    Perhaps it’s time to dispense with the “polite” second-person singular pronoun too. It’s overly polite, imprecise and, like the “royal we,” it smacks of elitism.

    Let’s bring back the proper second-person singular pronoun: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thou

    Replies: @JMcG

    How come she refers to herself as “me” instead of “us?”

  104. anon[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr. Doom
    You cannot blame her, can you?

    Imagine the EASE of the work, the PROMOTION opportunities, and LOW EXPECTATIONS.

    Its like playing a game at the EASY LEVEL, I'd expect.

    Just being able to SPELL is now raciss and something, something.

    Affirmative Action should be a plot by the Klan.

    No other system could patronize blacks more and cause as much disrespect.

    Replies: @anon

    I agree, I can’t imagine why sports becomes dominated by people of color.

    NBA

    Average salary: $6.2 million (2016-17 season)

    Highest-paid player: $31 million (LeBron James)

    MLB

    Average salary: $4.4 million (2016 season)

    Highest-paid player: $32 million (Clayton Kershaw)

    NHL

    Average salary: $2.9 million (2015-16 season)

    Highest-paid player: $14 million (Anze Kopitar, 2016-17 season)

    NFL

    Average salary: $2.1 million (2015 season)

    Highest-paid player: $31.25 million (Drew Brees, total 2016 cash)

    MLS

    Average salary: $308,969 (2016 season)

    Highest-paid player: $7.2 million (Kaka)

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2016/12/15/average-player-salaries-in-major-american-sports-leagues/#15f6c0751050

    1. Naomi Osaka
    Total Earnings: $37.4 million
    Prize Money: $3.4 million
    Endorsements: $34 million 2. Serena Williams
    Total Earnings: $36 million
    Prize Money: $4 million
    Endorsements: $32 million 3.

    Ashleigh Barty
    Total Earnings: $13.1 million
    Prize Money: $10.1 million
    Endorsements: $3 million 4. Simona Halep
    Total Earnings: $10.9 million
    Prize Money: $6.9 million
    Endorsements: $4 million 5. Bianca Andreescu
    Total Earnings: $8.9 million
    Prize Money: $4.9 million
    Endorsements: $4 million 6.
    https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/WTA_Tennis/90400/wta-players-dominate-forbes-list-of-highestpaid-female-athletes/

  105. They is a Person of Khaki?

  106. @Bill H
    If they believes they is the Queen of England are we required to call them (?) "your majesty?"

    Replies: @stillCARealist

    She’s exposing the mental illness side of all this. The other one, Krug, was mentally ill by her own admission. A chick who wants to be plural in number, ambiguous in sex, and opposite in race is plainly messed up in the head and heart. And a professorship would not have healed anything.

    • Replies: @Gianni in Guernsey
    @stillCARealist

    As you say if someone presents claiming to be Napleon his emporerorship is given a White horse called Marengo.

  107. @Hibernian
    @Lloyd1927

    Many Puerto Ricans appear to have a lot of Southern European ancestry. Those whom you would perceive to be Black, if they didn't have Hispanic surnames, are rarely all that dark skinned, and are few in number. Octoroon nation would be more like it, and even that might be at least a slight exaggeration.

    Replies: @BB753, @3g4me

    @86 Hibernian: You are wrong. A number of genome studies were done on the island involving a significant number of people, and the average Puerto Rican is of 20% sub-Saharan ancestry. Being average, of course one will find some with more and some with less, but it’s significantly more than octoroon. Add in the native Indian (almost all the maternal lines) and their percentage of European ancestry is really not much more significant than the average Mexican mestizo.

    • Replies: @S
    @3g4me

    You write a lot of well thought out and excellent posts 3g4me.

    Thanks!

  108. @black sea
    @Anonymous

    Not cute. At all. But otherwise I agree.

    There have always been nutjobs teaching in universities, and in the past, they were generally humored by the students, who mostly felt sorry for them, as did many of their colleagues. From my student days, I don't remember anyone taking their antics very seriously.

    Replies: @Ragno

    Sure, but that was before their compensation packages became public knowledge. A ground floor of $100k?……and you’re a complete fraud?….and you “earn” your money by lecturing/browbeating white students, as well as occasionally punishing heretics with failing grades?

    Sorry – I’m all for humoring eccentrics, but I have to draw the line at people who weaponize their delusions while simultaneously cashing in on them.

  109. @Travis
    it is an insane system we have for affirmative action. I suppose the children of Ted Cruz will qualify and so many more Americans who have a Great Grandparent born in some Latin nation, even those with a grandparent born in Spain probably qualify.

    Most of those gaming the system probably get away with it. Somehow Sean King has pulled it off , despite having been born white with 2 white parents. Those fake POC who remain in academia will find it more difficult. But those who use affirmative action to get jobs at Big banks or become doctors will not be discovered.

    Replies: @GeraldB

    I have nieces who qualify as Hispanic and receive affirmative action. Their father is an old-money Baton Rouge native who is descended from a Spaniard who settled in West Florida (now Louisiana) during the Galvez administration. They are as white as a family can be, but their last name ends with “..ez” so they get racial preferences when applying for college and for jobs.

  110. Nobody is supposed to think about how it is in the career self-interest of white leftist academics like Jessica Krug, CV Vitolo-Hadad, and Elizabeth Warren to check off race boxes other than white on application forms.

    It’s not a coincidence that these are all women. By becoming POCs they made themselves affirmative action twofers. Women are by far the largest group of affirmative action beneficiaries so there is a lot of competition among women for these spots and becoming a POC woman improves your chances tremendously.

    The poster ‘Noticer’ brought up the good point too, which plays into the desire women have to become POCs, that White/Jewish women find it easy to out-compete real POCs. Women will often complain privately about POCs getting positions they don’t deserve but will never complain about women in general getting positions they don’t deserve.

    The hesitancy to publicly question women, to think of them as anything other than morally superior beings, also plays into this. Anyone can look at these women and see that they are not black or Indian, yet nobody did. This is an incredible power women have over men. When men try to become POCs (think Shaun King) nobody takes them seriously, yet he looks blacker than the two women in question or Elizabeth Warren looks Indian.

  111. @Dr. X
    @syonredux


    I know White people with real degrees (I.e., in things like history, literature, the classics, not “communications”) from prestigious unis who have been plugging away for years and are nowhere near attaining tenure.

     

    Yeah, I'm one of them! I made $15k as an adjunct trying to teach unimportant crap like the U.S. Constitution and The Federalist Papers to cell-phone addicted undergrads before I got canned for "misgendering" a "transgender."

    Honest mistake on my part -- how in hell was I supposed to know what f--ing gender the kid was when she was trying to look like a he? (That was just a pretext, though... I was told surreptitiously by a full-time professor that the anti-Trump lefty who did the adjunct scheduling was trying to get did of me because she "heard through a student that I was conservative.")

    Anyway, now I'm a manual laborer for $14 an hour. It really is like the Soviet Union in academia. Toe the party line or you will be digging ditches with your doctorate.

    Being black is not merely a "huge advantage" for getting a tenure track job, it's like being a god. I was on a search committee once where the dean was pushing us to hire a black kid with only a Bachelor's to teach African-American history on what was intended to become a tenure-track position. He had taken some postgraduate classes for his Master's but had not yet written a thesis. I objected and told him that we should look for a candidate with a Ph.D. -- and got kicked off the committee within 24 hours and later booted from the college.

    I'm not a big fan of the cops -- but I would like to see hordes of people marching in the streets, burning buildings, looting, and demanding that we defund the universities rather than the police.

    Replies: @Gordo, @ScarletNumber, @Anonymous, @tuco22

    Anyway, now I’m a manual laborer for $14 an hour.

    I hope that you get the satisfaction of honest work at least.

  112. @Anonymous
    @Charles St. Charles


    The poor girl, of course people assumed she was black, just look at how unattractive she is.
     
    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles, @Neuday

    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.

    Outliers.

    And there’s probably some non-black admixture going on in most of those cases. I don’t find them attractive, anyway, but I guess people who sell stuff want to sell to people who like that look.

    This is not me talking. It’s science; black women are on average the least attractive women on earth. I’m just going along with my idiot neighbors who put a sign in their yard (next to the Biden-Harris one) that says “Science is real!”

    You’ll notice that in none of these cases of “passing” as black is the woman in question an attractive white woman, who no one would mistake as black or BIPOC.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Charles St. Charles


    Outliers.

    And there’s probably some non-black admixture going on in most of those cases. I don’t find them attractive, anyway, but I guess people who sell stuff want to sell to people who like that look.

    This is not me talking. It’s science; black women are on average the least attractive women on earth. I’m just going along with my idiot neighbors who put a sign in their yard (next to the Biden-Harris one) that says “Science is real!”

    You’ll notice that in none of these cases of “passing” as black is the woman in question an attractive white woman, who no one would mistake as black or BIPOC.
     

    All highly paid high fashion models are outliers. The point is, though you may have been speaking in shorthand, I’ve successfully proved your assertion that all black people are ugly as unsupportable.

    Furthermore, science has confirmed that what is aesthetically pleasing to the eye can be qualified mathematically, regardless of race. Vectored mapping programs measuring absolute symmetry have been created, and guess what? Whether you’re Brad Pitt, Tom cruise, or Naomi Campbell, you will pass the facial symmetry test with flying colors, and the majority of the world population will agree with the conclusion of the test, every time. If the test says you’re attractive, you are. Btw, I doubt Naomi Campbell has a little white in her. She’s pretty darned dark, with classic African features, and was one of the top five highest paid supermodels in the world. She easily passes the symmetry test.

    In conclusion, work on your critical thinking, mean white dude. You’re making us other white guys look bad.

  113. @Anonymous
    And this should be:
    CV Vitolo-Haddad ... announced that they [sic] WAS leaving their position as the co-president of ...”

    The “to be” verb needs to be singular, unless “they” feels misnumbered instead of misgendered

    Maybe this is the left’s tricky way of making all of us speak in ebonics.

    Replies: @znon

    I’m already thinking in ebonics, eating fried chicken, robbing likker stores and hooping fentanyl.

  114. A question for someone more familiar with the new rules of English grammar:

    When one of these nutbags use a pleural pronoun, does the verb conjugation still remain singular?
    Example from iSteve:
    “Let’s not ask about any affirmative action they enjoys in admissions and hiring”

  115. @Sandy Berger's Socks
    The Liz Warrens and her ilk are really providing a public service.

    Their play acting not only illustrates just how stupid and unfair AA quotas are, but also the fallacy of white privilege.

    Despite their efforts, I still have more respect for a common streetwalker.

    Replies: @RegretLeft

    Thing is, Sen Warren did absolutely no “play acting”; she had no involvement with Native American groups at Harvard (they said so) – or with the very active Cherokee communities beyond the ivory tower (other than once contributing a clam dip recipe lifted from Tavern on the Green in NYC to a Cherokee community cook book).

    She was a trail blazer way back in the mid 90s and a mere check the box fake. Harvard Law was under intense pressure at the time to name a minority tenured professor and touted her as their first female, “person of color”, tenured law professor. “Professor Warren is a Native American” were their public, printed and official words. And she has paid no price – very unlikely her run at the Pres nomination would have gone any better sans that background.

    The two recent women are ruined – period. Something very unfair in that outcome.

    • Replies: @Bumpkin
    @RegretLeft

    Nope, as you say, Warren was smart enough to not go around broadcasting it and mostly kept her trap shut about the box she checked in private. These two recent ones, on the other hand, positively reveled in it, policing others and haranguing them, at least La Krug did. They deserve their worse fates, nothing unfair other than Warren should've been mocked even more.

    And I say this as someone who can't stand Pocohontas, difficult to imagine a national politician more strident and unlikeable than the Hildebeast, but there she is. She may be smarter than the "most experienced" candidate ever, but she's certainly not as politically attuned, not realizing that every time she started scolding everyone with her eyes bugged out, she lost voters left and right. The former Goldwater Girl at least knew to counter that by always keeping a smile ready to plaster on her face, hence the constant cackling.

  116. @Lloyd1927
    @prime noticer

    Black elites are ALWAYS claiming that it is possible to look white and really be "black." If that's so, why do non-tarbrushed whites who want to pretend to be "black" take pains to change their racial appearance?

    Replies: @Hernan Pizzaro del Blanco

    Good point.

    They want to claim Beethoven is black because he might have a North African great grandfather. Yet a white person with a Moroccan Grandfather would not qualify for affirmative action , and even those born in Egypt or Iran are told they are white by the US government, thus do not qualify for affirmative action. Which is the reason Obama was going to allow them to identify as non-white.

    most Egyptians today have some Sub-Saharan DNA and could make a plausible claim to being African-American , yet we do not seem to see many North Africans getting these types of academic jobs in Black studies programs. Maybe I am wrong and North Africans are learning to self-identify as Black for the additional Pokémon points. It is also not unusual for Jews and Italians to have some North African DNA , Maybe they realize that even if they are genetically 2% North African most people do not equate this with being Black. Could she get away with it if DNA tests indicated she was 1% sub-saharan black but had Jewish and Sicilian parents ?? If Arianna Grande did a DNA test and she discovered she was 1% African would blacks accept her as African-American

  117. @Dr. X
    @syonredux


    I know White people with real degrees (I.e., in things like history, literature, the classics, not “communications”) from prestigious unis who have been plugging away for years and are nowhere near attaining tenure.

     

    Yeah, I'm one of them! I made $15k as an adjunct trying to teach unimportant crap like the U.S. Constitution and The Federalist Papers to cell-phone addicted undergrads before I got canned for "misgendering" a "transgender."

    Honest mistake on my part -- how in hell was I supposed to know what f--ing gender the kid was when she was trying to look like a he? (That was just a pretext, though... I was told surreptitiously by a full-time professor that the anti-Trump lefty who did the adjunct scheduling was trying to get did of me because she "heard through a student that I was conservative.")

    Anyway, now I'm a manual laborer for $14 an hour. It really is like the Soviet Union in academia. Toe the party line or you will be digging ditches with your doctorate.

    Being black is not merely a "huge advantage" for getting a tenure track job, it's like being a god. I was on a search committee once where the dean was pushing us to hire a black kid with only a Bachelor's to teach African-American history on what was intended to become a tenure-track position. He had taken some postgraduate classes for his Master's but had not yet written a thesis. I objected and told him that we should look for a candidate with a Ph.D. -- and got kicked off the committee within 24 hours and later booted from the college.

    I'm not a big fan of the cops -- but I would like to see hordes of people marching in the streets, burning buildings, looting, and demanding that we defund the universities rather than the police.

    Replies: @Gordo, @ScarletNumber, @Anonymous, @tuco22

    Several years ago, I decided to go back to school for something else because I hated what I was doing for a living; long story short, in my sociology class there were two black students, and both of them slept through class everyday. Everyone got to see this everyday. I could understand being tired; I was working a full-time job in addition to going to school part-time, but still…eventually the teacher did say something, and they made more of an effort to stay awake, but probably because they were told privately they’d be flunked if they continued to sleep in class.

  118. @Anonymous
    @t

    Calif. voters tend to vote no on a prop if 1) they don't understand what it's for; or 2) the teachers unions hate it (this includes most goo-goo reform propositions). However, a ballot measure in the reverse situation -- if the teachers unions endorse it -- won't necessarily carry the day if condition #1 is in play. Marketing for 16 has not been clear and I would suspect that a plurality does not believe 209 is even still enforced anyway, to the extent they remember what 209 was.

    Replies: @Alden

    Prop 209 was never enforced because there was no enforcement built in. Last time we gave any money or effort to a pro White cause. If Whites want to become unemployable untouchable deplorables there’s nothing we can do about it.

    • Replies: @Abolish_public_education
    @Alden

    Voters consistently oppose use of racial preferences, but bureaucracies always work for their self-interests.

    At best, an admissions office will try to achieve (what they, as left-wingers, perceive to be) a “balance” between highly qualified non-favoreds and less qualified, distant past victims of discrimination.

    Again, the four year, public colleges were established, or so it was said, as a place to train a small subset of a state’s non-rich young men, e.g. those who had an aptitude for applied science, in the workings of the then-new machines (e.g. steam engines), as a future high-tech labor force.

    The colleges were endowed, at their creation, to always be tuition-free.

    Now those colleges are expensive (ie. for rich kids). Jobs either get off-shored or increasingly filled by imports.

    Non-rich kids pay higher taxes to support the public colleges, which increasingly cater to rich foreigners.

  119. Why didn’t she just take advantage of “white privilege”?

  120. @Lot
    Pretending to be *BLACK* pays.

    The job she was offered has a base salary of $97,000, is absurdly easy (teaching “communications” to 96IQ central valley Mexicans), and benefits and retirement and working summers really make it more like $160,000 a year in low cost Fresno.

    “Vitolo-Haddad received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and a master’s degree in communications from Wake Forest University”

    😂

    Remember kids, being a fake BIPOC means checking the right box on forms and maybe joining via online application an organization with black or latino in its name. That’s it. Don’t get dredlocks and start calling yourself “La Bombalera” like Señorita Krug.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @Kronos, @William Badwhite

    96IQ central valley Mexicans

    If only their IQ’s were anywhere close to 96.

    • Agree: Charles St. Charles
  121. @Anonymous
    @Charles St. Charles


    The poor girl, of course people assumed she was black, just look at how unattractive she is.
     
    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles, @Neuday

    The poor girl, of course people assumed she was black, just look at how unattractive she is.

    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.

    In current_year, being a model, especially a black model, does not at all signify attractiveness. If anything, your comment is On Topic as Affirmative Action in modeling is observably pervasive.

    “classy” != “untrue”

    Over my working life I estimate I’ll gross about $3 million in wages in inflation adjusted dollars. I truly wonder how many black models “make a lot more money” than that.

  122. she benefited from SYSTEMIC RACISM, realizing being black automatically ‘qualifies’ one for EVERYTHING under the sun.

    at present, it is not stated if she benefited from other aspects of SYSTEMIC RACISM: minority set asides in jobs, minority preferences in hiring and others making it too numerous to count all forms of SYSTEMIC RACISM.

    give her time.

  123. Just goes to show the social justice pyramid points system is real. Black female is higher up the chart then hispanic/latina female which she could have easily passed as or actually is one. Based on some pics she is also sending a lesbian vibe. Goes to show why Biden picked Kamela for VP, he needed to maximize the SJW points.

  124. Well she is Sicilian. She shoulda continued to claim being black by True Romance logic:

  125. @Tono Bungay
    I hate to say this as a European-derived male, but we whites have really been something near suicidally stupid.

    Replies: @Sam Malone

    I think we’ve proved ourselves pretty comprehensively to be an evolutionary blind alley.

  126. Just because an individual is low IQ; it doesn’t mean they are automatically entitled to assume the position of being a “Person Of Color”.

  127. @Anonymous
    Meanwhile, Newt Gingrich seems to have generated an extremely shitty day on Fox News.

    I thought we only saw uncomfortable pauses like this on CNN:

    https://youtu.be/d9Bf3YXc_p8

    Replies: @El Dato

    He who shall not be named:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/never-ever-mention-that-soros-is-funding-anti-cop-candidates-for-district-attorney/

    https://www.rt.com/usa/500892-gingrich-soros-fox-news/

    Did they wait for the phoneline to the ADL to go red or something?

    … and will there ever be a Lego kit of Soros’ Lair?

  128. Is it affirmative action fraud if you pretend to be a billionaire?

    How much trouble did this woman cause? None. Who cares? Nobody except somebody who is paid for dredging such nothings up.

    You get a lot more preference if you are a billionaire than you do if you pretend to be black. A lot more. A whole lot more. Infinitely greater preference. Like the one where our debts are our debts but a billionaire’s debts are his poor bank’s debts.

    But somehow, they don’t write about the depredations of billionaires on this dog-trainer.

    Gee, I wonder why.

  129. @JMcG
    @Thomas

    That’s already been done. I know more than a few highly paid blue collar guys who won’t even consider a long term relationship. Call girls from Eastern Europe and Asia camp out in nearby luxury hotels and advertise on the web. It used to be on back pages, but I think that’s changed.
    They figure some Olympic quality sex with a smoke show once a month is better than every week with a fat, screeching harpy. That and the fact that they won’t have to give half their stuff to their ex-wife and her new boyfriend.

    Replies: @Thomas

    I’m not sure the working girls I’ve seen qualify as “smoke shows” in person nor would I bet the sex is “Olympic quality,” but if it scratches that itch within mostly predictable and capped costs, maybe it makes some sense. Never really my scene though, so I can’t say.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Thomas

    Nor mine. I’ve seen pictures, and some of the girls are incredible looking. I don’t think it’s good for the souls of any of the involved parties, but if you mention souls in this day and age, no one has a clue what you’re talking about.

  130. The Jacobin tunes into the Search for Extra-Caucasian Authenticity:

    “Jess La Bombalera” and the Pathologies of Racial Authenticity

    If Krug is not guilty of appropriating “black culture,” she is guilty of attempting to establish her bona fides as a scholar of black people through a persona that both pandered to and reinforced commonplace stereotypes about black and brown people. Simply put, Krug was a minstrel act, a racist caricature.

    As well as an emperor without clothes.

    While much ink has been spilled on explorations of black angst about the frequently acknowledged fact that some white liberals and even conservatives like “their blacks” to share the same class sensibilities, we rarely consider the equally true fact that some white liberals, and even conservatives, like “their blacks” to fulfill their fantasies about the forever unknowable, forever exotic black other. That’s what “so and so isn’t really black” is partly illustrative of. This is what’s driving the demand for essays and memoirs on “black rage.” And this was also, very clearly, a critical component of Jessica Krug’s academic market niche.

    I would think the memoirs on “black rage” are fact-based. On the other hand, the idea that Blacks are so alien (and possibly so Superior) that they cannot be really understood unless you are at least part-black to serve as a go-between for First Contact (a well-paid Avatar, so to say) is pushed by both white liberals and the perpetually tired black megaphone holders.

    Thus, instead saying “you fucking assholes, cut it out”, you are meant to say “your culture is so interesting and unique”. Both sides win.

    This explains the utterly stupid concept of “cultural appropriation”. Like in Frederick Pohl’s “Gateway”, where humans try to use and misuse artifacts of superior aliens that they don’t understand, whitey’s dreadlocks are basically a wrong application of million-year old ancestral race memories. You can’t understand.

  131. @Steve in Greensboro
    How long is it before our critical race theoreticians begin requiring genetic analyses of all potential hires?

    And she is Sicilian, eh? If only the educators had watched the Sicilians scene in "True Romance", everything could have been resolved without heartache.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jsh4SvPdfl8

    Replies: @Mr McKenna, @ScarletNumber, @res

    How long is it before our critical race theoreticians begin requiring genetic analyses of all potential hires?

    I hope so. Given the common practice of assigning low percentage ancestry to people I can’t wait to see them try to agree on a threshold.

  132. @Stogumber
    As I am a private tutor (among others, English) here in Germany, my first question is: What is the correct number of the verb after a non-binary "they"? CNN supposes plural ("they were"), Steve supposes singular ("they enjoys"). The CNN solution is difficult insofar as "Vitolo-Haddad"still has a singular after it (both CNN and Steve agree insofar).

    Replies: @black sea

    They be . . .

  133. Most Americans seem to treat this sort of pretend minority identity as a crime without victims. Or not a crime at all – just some kind of harmless political statement.

    But it isn’t. There are real victims but they don’t get much press. Consider Elizabeth Warren . She got into various law schools ultimately Harvard in part because she claimed to be in part Amerindian. So that means that there are a string of smarter, better qualified applicants who did not get into those schools and have had their careers retarded. The monetary damages to actual Amerindians must be at least in the hundreds of thousands of dollars if not millions.

    I had a friend who worked at the Labor department when the Reagan staff cuts (Reduction in Forces -RIFs) came through. Lots of scummy desperate white bureaucrats claimed to be Indians. I knew some of these Indians and they were indignant and offended.

    We need more of that sort of indignation. We need prison terms.

  134. @Anonymous
    The $96k salary doesn’t sound right. 7 years ago a new assistant professor at San Jose State made about $50k, and I believe Cal States have a uniform salary structure.

    Replies: @res

    glassdoor says $52k – $81k. Perhaps they are lumping salary and benefits together?

  135. It continues:

  136. The plot for Antebellum is insane:

    Basically, it’s a Woke version of M Night Shyamalan’s The Village crossed with Django Unchained and WestWorld:

    “Antebellum” follows the dual stories of Eden (Monáe), an enslaved Black woman on a mysterious plantation, as well as Veronica (also Monáe), an accomplished writer and lecturer in modern-day times.

    The movie ends with a twist that melds both stories together.

    Near the end of the film, it’s revealed that Veronica is Eden — they’re the same person. Veronica was enslaved after being kidnapped on a work trip and renamed Eden. The plantation is in actuality a Civil War-themed park where racist white people can beat, brand, and sexually assault the kidnapped Black people.

    Veronica makes her escape at the movie’s end and manages to kill most of the plantation’s overseers. She even has a bloody confrontation with the southern belle, Elizabeth (Jena Malone), who was responsible for her kidnapping and enslavement.

    We know that the organizers of the park, including Elizabeth, were racists who believed that Black people should be reenslaved as a “reminder” of their “place” in society.

    https://www.insider.com/antebellum-ending-credits-scene-explained-2020-9

  137. @Stick
    Does this mean we are going to require DNA analysis to determine racial fitness for a job?

    Replies: @Charles St. Charles

    Does this mean we are going to require DNA analysis to determine racial fitness for a job?

    Yes.

    Eventually, if you want to work, you will have to get a DNA test and be chipped like a pet dog. Everywhere you go, you will be scanned and punished/rewarded appropriately, given current policies. For example, high DNA percentage blacks will be given high paying supervisory elite jobs while skipping the pro forma college attendance for a degree in “studies”, which is after all just a waste of time and resources. Whites with a degree of black DNA will escape their well-deserved punishment according to their percentage of “good” (black) DNA, for instance, a White with 5% black DNA (admixtures of all other non-black lineages will not count for points) will receive 18 daily lashes, instead of the normal 20.

    • Replies: @S
    @Charles St. Charles


    Everywhere you go, you will be scanned and punished/rewarded appropriately, given current policies.
     
    Don't know just how serious you are, but your premise sounds close to Kurt Vonnegut's 1961 short story Harrison Bergeron...

    In the year 2081, the 211th, 212th, and 213th amendments to the Constitution dictate that all Americans are fully equal and not allowed to be smarter, better-looking, or more physically able than anyone else.

    The Handicapper General's agents enforce the equality laws, forcing citizens to wear "handicaps": masks for those who are too beautiful, loud radios that disrupt thoughts inside the ears of intelligent people, and heavy weights for the strong or athletic.
     
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harrison_Bergeron
  138. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles St. Charles
    @Anonymous


    A lot of black models make a lot more money than you ever will.

    You stay classy, Charles.
     
    Outliers.

    And there’s probably some non-black admixture going on in most of those cases. I don’t find them attractive, anyway, but I guess people who sell stuff want to sell to people who like that look.

    This is not me talking. It’s science; black women are on average the least attractive women on earth. I’m just going along with my idiot neighbors who put a sign in their yard (next to the Biden-Harris one) that says “Science is real!”

    You’ll notice that in none of these cases of “passing” as black is the woman in question an attractive white woman, who no one would mistake as black or BIPOC.

    https://nopurplewalls.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/stay-classy.png

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Outliers.

    And there’s probably some non-black admixture going on in most of those cases. I don’t find them attractive, anyway, but I guess people who sell stuff want to sell to people who like that look.

    This is not me talking. It’s science; black women are on average the least attractive women on earth. I’m just going along with my idiot neighbors who put a sign in their yard (next to the Biden-Harris one) that says “Science is real!”

    You’ll notice that in none of these cases of “passing” as black is the woman in question an attractive white woman, who no one would mistake as black or BIPOC.

    All highly paid high fashion models are outliers. The point is, though you may have been speaking in shorthand, I’ve successfully proved your assertion that all black people are ugly as unsupportable.

    Furthermore, science has confirmed that what is aesthetically pleasing to the eye can be qualified mathematically, regardless of race. Vectored mapping programs measuring absolute symmetry have been created, and guess what? Whether you’re Brad Pitt, Tom cruise, or Naomi Campbell, you will pass the facial symmetry test with flying colors, and the majority of the world population will agree with the conclusion of the test, every time. If the test says you’re attractive, you are. Btw, I doubt Naomi Campbell has a little white in her. She’s pretty darned dark, with classic African features, and was one of the top five highest paid supermodels in the world. She easily passes the symmetry test.

    In conclusion, work on your critical thinking, mean white dude. You’re making us other white guys look bad.

    • Disagree: JMcG
  139. @Alden
    @Anonymous

    Prop 209 was never enforced because there was no enforcement built in. Last time we gave any money or effort to a pro White cause. If Whites want to become unemployable untouchable deplorables there’s nothing we can do about it.

    Replies: @Abolish_public_education

    Voters consistently oppose use of racial preferences, but bureaucracies always work for their self-interests.

    At best, an admissions office will try to achieve (what they, as left-wingers, perceive to be) a “balance” between highly qualified non-favoreds and less qualified, distant past victims of discrimination.

    [MORE]

    Again, the four year, public colleges were established, or so it was said, as a place to train a small subset of a state’s non-rich young men, e.g. those who had an aptitude for applied science, in the workings of the then-new machines (e.g. steam engines), as a future high-tech labor force.

    The colleges were endowed, at their creation, to always be tuition-free.

    Now those colleges are expensive (ie. for rich kids). Jobs either get off-shored or increasingly filled by imports.

    Non-rich kids pay higher taxes to support the public colleges, which increasingly cater to rich foreigners.

  140. The whole thing is completely insane. “Those whom the Gods wish to destroy they first make mad”.

    Bethoven is black because there’s 0.0001% chance that he has some very vague 0.00001% Moor heritage, but this girl who coming from Sicily might possibly have some North African DNA, is not, because, hmm, who knows.

    Fact is, she pretends to be Black and uses the pronoun “they” because such irrelevant conditions are actually VALUED by academia and can get her a 100k starting salary. Of course people have an incentive to pretend to be Black and use weird pronouns. It’s funny that they took the absurd plural pronoun at face value and keep calling her “they” even as she resigns, but they can’t accept her more possible Blackness (maybe just 1% or 2%, but not impossible).

    And then this:

    The TAA enabled this harm by electing them to a position of power in our union: we have unknowingly rewarded the toxic opportunism of performing Blackness.

    What the Hell does this mean? Is this the new academic “newspeak”? Referring to single people as “them” because, er, they said so; “toxic opportunism”, “performing blackness”, pardon, “Blackness”, it’s sacred dontcha know.

  141. I don’t think it’s the number of White students they’re seeking to increase…

    LA Times, 09/17/20 – UC bans race-based quotas for admissions and hiring, setting limits for possible return of affirmative action

    https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-09-17/university-california-race-based-quotas-ban

    University of California regents banned the use of quotas based on race and gender in admissions, hiring and contracting Thursday — underscoring their intent to limit how they would restore affirmative action if state voters approve its use again.

    In June, regents unanimously backed an effort to eliminate the longtime ban on affirmative action in public education and employment, which California voters approved in 1996 with passage of Proposition 209. That ban would be repealed by a proposed constitutional amendment, Proposition 16, on the Nov. 3 ballot.

    But to make clear the UC system would not use quotas even if Proposition 16 passes, regents adopted an official policy against them. The action aligns the 10-campus system with federal law and court decisions that ban quotas, although they allow the consideration of race in limited circumstances. UC officials have said they would use race and gender in admissions decisions as just two of several factors considered, along with grades, high school coursework, special talents, and family economic and educational backgrounds…

    But officials say the inability to consider race in admissions and hiring decisions has hobbled efforts to fully represent the state’s broad diversity. Latino and white students are the UC system’s most underrepresented major demographic groups compared with their proportion among California high school graduates who meet UC admission requirements, according to data from UC and the California Department of Education.

    Latinos, for instance, made up 44.7% of that qualified pool but only about a quarter of UC undergraduates. White students made up 27% of those eligible for UC admission but 21.4% of UC undergraduates in fall 2019. Black students were at rough parity at 4.2% of eligible students and 4.1% of UC undergraduates. Asian Americans were overrepresented, making up 19.9% of the eligible pool and 33.5% of UC students…

  142. @stillCARealist
    @Bill H

    She's exposing the mental illness side of all this. The other one, Krug, was mentally ill by her own admission. A chick who wants to be plural in number, ambiguous in sex, and opposite in race is plainly messed up in the head and heart. And a professorship would not have healed anything.

    Replies: @Gianni in Guernsey

    As you say if someone presents claiming to be Napleon his emporerorship is given a White horse called Marengo.

  143. @Thomas
    @JMcG

    I'm not sure the working girls I've seen qualify as "smoke shows" in person nor would I bet the sex is "Olympic quality," but if it scratches that itch within mostly predictable and capped costs, maybe it makes some sense. Never really my scene though, so I can't say.

    Replies: @JMcG

    Nor mine. I’ve seen pictures, and some of the girls are incredible looking. I don’t think it’s good for the souls of any of the involved parties, but if you mention souls in this day and age, no one has a clue what you’re talking about.

  144. Anonymous[122] • Disclaimer says:

    We see a pattern. Generally, ugly white people pretend to be black. Do they think what counts for ugliness among whites will count as exotic or cool if ‘black’?

    Sort of like Anorexia Nervosa. Women get this idea that losing weight will make them look better. Now, lean is better than fat, but it’s not true that leaner = more beautiful. There is a limit beyond which more lean makes on uglier.

    In the case of ‘Afrexia Nervosa’, ugly white people seem to think they’ll be prettier if black.

    But given that blacks do look more ‘primitive’ and ‘crude’, this logic sort of makes sense.

    It’s the tranny men who are truly off their rockers. Women are the fairer sex, so it makes sense that ugly women would prefer to be ‘men’ than women, but where do ugly men get the idea that they will look better as ‘women’? If they’re ugly by standards of maleness, they will be super-ugly by standards of femaleness.

    Anyway, just like ‘dont feed the animals’, ‘dont flatter the freaks’. Their egos will go crazy.

  145. @Charles St. Charles
    @Stick


    Does this mean we are going to require DNA analysis to determine racial fitness for a job?
     
    Yes.

    Eventually, if you want to work, you will have to get a DNA test and be chipped like a pet dog. Everywhere you go, you will be scanned and punished/rewarded appropriately, given current policies. For example, high DNA percentage blacks will be given high paying supervisory elite jobs while skipping the pro forma college attendance for a degree in “studies”, which is after all just a waste of time and resources. Whites with a degree of black DNA will escape their well-deserved punishment according to their percentage of “good” (black) DNA, for instance, a White with 5% black DNA (admixtures of all other non-black lineages will not count for points) will receive 18 daily lashes, instead of the normal 20.

    Replies: @S

    Everywhere you go, you will be scanned and punished/rewarded appropriately, given current policies.

    Don’t know just how serious you are, but your premise sounds close to Kurt Vonnegut’s 1961 short story Harrison Bergeron

    In the year 2081, the 211th, 212th, and 213th amendments to the Constitution dictate that all Americans are fully equal and not allowed to be smarter, better-looking, or more physically able than anyone else.

    The Handicapper General’s agents enforce the equality laws, forcing citizens to wear “handicaps”: masks for those who are too beautiful, loud radios that disrupt thoughts inside the ears of intelligent people, and heavy weights for the strong or athletic.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harrison_Bergeron

  146. Wasn’t she already covered in a previous post? Why post her again?

    Anyway, for everyone quoting “True Romance”…….

    Sicilians 101:
    http://italianthro.altervista.org/sicilians.html

    And this is how Vitolo-Haddad really looks:

  147. @Jordi
    Affirmative action fraud is a normal and very healthy reaction to affirmative action. Anything that sabotages AA is welcome.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I ran out of [Thanks]s, so THANK YOU Jordi. If we can’t end it, don’t mend it, but bend it.

  148. @3g4me
    @Hibernian

    @86 Hibernian: You are wrong. A number of genome studies were done on the island involving a significant number of people, and the average Puerto Rican is of 20% sub-Saharan ancestry. Being average, of course one will find some with more and some with less, but it's significantly more than octoroon. Add in the native Indian (almost all the maternal lines) and their percentage of European ancestry is really not much more significant than the average Mexican mestizo.

    Replies: @S

    You write a lot of well thought out and excellent posts 3g4me.

    Thanks!

  149. Life imitates … art?
    1986 … Soul Man, from the producer of Risky Business:
    https://www.imdb.com/video/vi3465085209?playlistId=tt0091991&ref_=tt_ov_vi

  150. @Father O'Hara
    @kaganovitch

    You work with many Puerto Ricans? Perhaps a career change is in order.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    For my sins, I’m in food service mgmt.

  151. @RegretLeft
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    Thing is, Sen Warren did absolutely no "play acting"; she had no involvement with Native American groups at Harvard (they said so) - or with the very active Cherokee communities beyond the ivory tower (other than once contributing a clam dip recipe lifted from Tavern on the Green in NYC to a Cherokee community cook book).

    She was a trail blazer way back in the mid 90s and a mere check the box fake. Harvard Law was under intense pressure at the time to name a minority tenured professor and touted her as their first female, "person of color", tenured law professor. "Professor Warren is a Native American" were their public, printed and official words. And she has paid no price - very unlikely her run at the Pres nomination would have gone any better sans that background.

    The two recent women are ruined - period. Something very unfair in that outcome.

    Replies: @Bumpkin

    Nope, as you say, Warren was smart enough to not go around broadcasting it and mostly kept her trap shut about the box she checked in private. These two recent ones, on the other hand, positively reveled in it, policing others and haranguing them, at least La Krug did. They deserve their worse fates, nothing unfair other than Warren should’ve been mocked even more.

    And I say this as someone who can’t stand Pocohontas, difficult to imagine a national politician more strident and unlikeable than the Hildebeast, but there she is. She may be smarter than the “most experienced” candidate ever, but she’s certainly not as politically attuned, not realizing that every time she started scolding everyone with her eyes bugged out, she lost voters left and right. The former Goldwater Girl at least knew to counter that by always keeping a smile ready to plaster on her face, hence the constant cackling.

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