In a magnificent piece of journalism from the official publication of the school that helped codify affirmative action against Asians, two femxle staff writers expose the Trump administration’s latest attempt to turn America into a white ethnostate — this time by forcing students to attend online classes from their own homes.
While at first glance this may seem a ploy to deny persyns of homeless admission to Harvard, it is important to keep in mind that Donald Trump is literally the reincarnation of Adolf Hitler, a cis white male likewise known for building walls and drinking water.
Also, we don’t care about homeless Americans anyway because they’ve been shitting in our streets and driving down property values.
This isn’t about the homeless — most of whom face no real hardship on account of their white and/or Asian privilege. No, this is about racism and xenophobia, as are all things in Trump’s AmeriKKKa.
Because of Harvard’s decision to shut down the dorms and hold ALL coursework online for the foreseeable future, Harvard students who came here solely for the purpose of attending classes are now legally required to return to home. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has denounced this consequence of Harvard’s actions as “cruel” and “illegal” — the same words she used when she sued the Trump administration back in 2019, 2018, and 2017.
Clearly, this is a womxyzn who cares about social justice. No wonder she’s the current leader of Boston Antifa.
This time Comrade Healey needn’t fight the fascists alone. She is joined in her latest legal battle by celebrity civil rights attorney Andy Kuntz and Mx. Caldera & Mx. Kurilla’s heroic employer.
“None of our students deserve to be sent back to the shithole countries they came from — except for those goddamned Orientals. Too many of those s*****-eyed bastards here already, making the n****** look bad with their high test scores. That’s systemic racism, and we don’t tolerate that at Harvard. Black Lives Matter.”
- William R. Fitzsimmons, Harvard University Dean of Admissions
Just because a student’s reason for being here is no longer valid, that does not mean ze/zir should no longer be here. Access to free education, free housing, free food, free healthcare, and free mail-in ballots are humxyzn rights, and America has a duty to provide these to every global citizen who manages to get across our borders, regardless of said asylees’ methods or intent. (This is what Obama meant when he spoke of “leading from behind”.)
Obama was a uniter. Trump is a divider. And right now he is seeking to sow division between those of us who are here legally and those of us who are not.
So what if Harvard made the call to cancel their classes despite receiving no such advice from the medical experts we’ve been conditioned to heed and obey? It’s still Trump’s fault because the media says he is racist.
And sure, these students have the option of transfering to universities that are offering classroom instruction — at which point they’d be fine to stay. But this is Harvard, and these are college students. How many of them are bright enough to figure that out? Diversity comes at a cost.
If a small amount of our regular readers became subscribers on Subscribestar, we'd have enough funding to no longer be dependent on annoying Google ads cluttering your reading space and we will be protected against deplatforming. Will you subscribe on Subscribestar?