Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Yale Dean Championed Cultural Sensitivity, Said Nasty Stuff On Yelp

So, Chu is Chinese. ("Identifies as Chinese" as the Post says, in accordance with the prevailing fantasy that this is a matter of self-representation rather than biology...). She said some nasty things about ordinary people people working ordinary jobs. Some of those things were racial. The term "white trash" seems to be used once.
   Right. 
   She sounds like she is a kind of an asshole. Though maybe she was just mad or drinking and bullshitting, or trying to be funny or just in the mode of ripping on people or whatever. Maybe she's ok. Maybe she's a nutty SJW. We don't know.
   Whatever the case, it was her private Yelp account, and there's nothing in it that's worthy of making a big-ass deal about. I don't see any reason this is in the Washington Post. Perhaps Yale should make sure that she isn't so racist that she can't be objective in relevant matters. She's apparently a Title IX coordinator, a position ripe for abuse...though I'm sure that there are nutty Title IX coordinators all across the country... Sounds to me like she's probably a snob. Oh, sorry...the paleo-PC term was "classist"...but that seems to be passe in neo-PC / SJ era...this time around, only race and "gender" matter...
   Of course if Chu were white, the butlers would already have been summoned to fetch the gilded pitchforks and iTorches... 
   But, honestly, Chu just sounds like a snob. Or maybe not. Maybe just someone who said some slightly nasty things, and ended up having them printed in the Washington Post.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Darius Jedburgh said...

Of course if Chu were white, the butlers would already have been summoned to fetch the gilded pitchforks and iTorches...

Thanks Winst. I could use more involuntary lolz like that in my life.

11:36 AM  
Blogger Winston Smith said...

I live to serve.

Also: keep up the good work.

11:40 AM  

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