How brazen are our indoctrination institutions as they attempt to enshrine the new racism as an American norm? This brazen: Cornell launched a segregated rock-climbing course excluding white students, described as a class will provide a “high degree of individual attention” focusing on “BIPOC individuals and groups in rock climbing.” Campus Reform confronted school authorities about the discriminatory and facially illegal course description, and the school quickly backed down, pulled the description, changing it to one stating that the class is “open to all” students who are “interested in learning rock climbing with this special focus.”
Wow. Cornell must be really certain that all of its students have been thoroughly woked if it took an outside conservative website to get the school to reverse itself. Or perhaps they were confident that any Cornell student who had the perception, intelligence and integrity to flag this outrage would know that he or she risked being driven off campus by an angry mob, not that this would be a bad thing. I would not stay in a college run by administrators who openly discriminate like that, and it wouldn’t matter what group they were discriminating against.
The perfect Jumbo offered by the school is funny in a horrifying way, though. John Carberry, Cornell’s Senior Director of Media Relations and News, told Campus Reform that it was all a big misunderstanding. He insisted that the course’s original description reflected an “intentional focus” on “outreach and inclusion,” but that there was “never” any intention to exclude students that don’t identify as BIPOC. What would make anyone think THAT? All Cornell students always were welcome to enroll in this course. While the original description of the course represented an intentional focus on outreach and inclusion, there was never an intent to exclude non-minority students.
“Racism? What racism?”
Uh, John, you lying tool, the course description on the website announced the course as BIPOC Rock Climbing. It said it was for “people who identify as Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, or other people of color. (Thank goodness for the Wayback Machine!] There’s no way Cornell weasels out of this, and Rationalization #64, “It isn’t what it is,” won’t work.
Luckily, most of the news media won’t report the story, so your alums won’t find out.
Either Cornell endorses anti-white racism, or it is run by illiterates who communicate the opposite of what they mean to say, and thus shouldn’t be presuming to educate anyone. Which is it?