Horribly Oppressed Blacks Forced To Attend Ivy League University Are Fighting Back

Cornell Black Students United wants diversity training for faculty

Let my people go… h/t Mauser


  • Let my people go… to a votech.

  • Dana Garcia

    Affirmative action certainly hasn’t helped colleges pursue their prime directive of educating young people.

    • canminuteman

      I don’t think educating young people is there prime directive. Huge tax exempt hedge funds are.

    • chuck_2012

      it does not help when a certain segment of the school population just do not have the smarts to excel. The way I see it these “stoodints” want special treatment.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I can no longer even work up the capacity to give a fuck about them.

  • chuck_2012

    these blacks are so stupid they don’t seem to realize what a great chance in lefe they have been given. I bet many whites who were not accepted was becuase the spot was given to an affirmative action black. This shows they are not mentally fit for university.

    • Ed

      Future employers will be interested in that photo.

      • pdxnag

        Government employment offers the best “opportunity” to do whatever it is they were trained to do.

    • Editor

      Yes. The apparent lack of self-awareness is breathtaking. Crying oppression while attending 60k a year Cornell university.

  • vimy

    Second from the right,second row…….What the hell is THAT!

  • Justin St.Denis

    Fuckin’ hilarious. “Black humour” has just taken on a whole new dimension.

  • pdxnag

    Not present are the blacks who did not need the bonus points on their aptitude tests. They see these unhappy folks as one big albatross around their neck, for whom agitation is their only path to success. Don’t drag me down.

  • The largest gathering of Obama’s sons and daughters. Bunch of racist losers who would be dealing crack, if it weren’t for the affirmative action.

  • jack burns

    We must have many more black and chicano studies majors if we’re going to keep up with the demands of a rapidly changing world.

  • Gary

    I watched an AD for Grammarly which is a software that corrects your composition
    to appear to show you’re highly skilled in English ….ergo a good Education .
    But the AD uses a young black female in College that has a touch of Ghetto ebonics and actually smiles that she can get higher marks on a Report to help qualify for a University LSAT or entry Grade Average.

    How insulting that they chose a Black female with a poor command of English to project the image that you can pretend to be just as smart Whitey by taking the easy way out to get a Diploma or Degree . This gets you in the door at a good Corporation where you can Sue them once they find out you’re fraud and they attempt to fire you for lying on a application .

    • chuck_2012

      its all about sales of this software to those who cannot master written or spoken english. But the programmers cannot anticipate how a complex idea might be expressed. This software might catch the big errors such as double negatives and non-conjugation of verbs which black people just cannot seem to grasp.

  • Nermal

    Same shit, different day. Back in the 70’s the “radical” movement was made up of professional students who attended political studies and arts courses but were too lazy to actually study.