Wednesday, April 10, 2024

The current state of 'Higher' Education

While Burke advised students in a message sent ahead of the photo shoot to avoid "displaying political messages as they may not represent all students," Yale officials "did nothing" and "still took the photo" after the banner was displayed, according to a Jewish member of the class.

"I was incredibly disappointed that there were over 5 school officials there that did nothing," the student said in an email to Rabbi Shmully Hecht of Shabtai, the Jewish society at Yale. "I felt that the Jewish students were targeted by this poster because there was no protest occurring at the time that was relevant to this banner. It was just about denouncing Israel for all memory and stating that it should not exist."

From the friends of the enemy running the school:
Burke acknowledged the ordeal in a follow-up email sent to Yale professors, administrators, and students. "The staff members present were in a tough position," Burke wrote in an email following the event, which included Yale University professors and other members of the media, adding that the sign "definitely broke the rules." She pledged to "destroy" the photo in question.

She did not indicate whether the students who displayed the banner would face disciplinary action. A spokeswoman for Yale University did not respond to a request for comment.

The only 'tough spot' they were in was not having the balls or integrity to stop the assholes.  And how tough is that when they know jellyfish like Burke aren't going to do a damn thing about it?
'disciplanary action', fat chance.

Next, from the Leftist Republic of Berkeley:
According to the Daily Cal, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Professor Jonathan Shewchuk was responding to a student’s online discussion post, which asked for advice on being unable to find a date in the Bay area and expressed worries about finding a job in computer science.

Shewchuk responded, writing that the student should “get out of the Bay Area” to find a girlfriend.

“You’ll be shocked by the stark differences in behavior of women in places where women are plentiful versus their behavior within artillery distance of San Jose and San Francisco,” wrote Shewchuk.

So, he told the truth. Which, of course, cannot be tolerated.
“We want to be absolutely clear that the offensive content of the original post goes against the values and Principles of Community we adhere to at UC Berkeley,” Berkeley spokesperson Roqua Montez told the Daily Cal. “The comment was hurtful and threatening to students - particularly women - in his class and beyond.” 

And for the final today,
A trans-identified male who identifies as a “minor-attracted person” and has been running a “MAP” merchandise shop online is also working with a prominent pro-pedophilia group that has consulted academics. Katie Cruz, a pseudonym used by a man who calls himself Cali Miller, has been “working behind the scenes” with activist group B4U-ACT, which campaigns to have pedophilia recognized as a sexual orientation, and which has contributed to academic research at some of North America’s top universities.
On Patreon, Cruz has stated that his “age of attraction” is between 9 and 13 years old. He also claims to identify as having a “trans age” of between “13 and 17ish.”

So he's a pedophile working hard to make it easier for himself and other pedophiles to molest kids. And some universities consult with him.  Ain't academia wonderful?

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