Monday, March 06, 2006

---4th grade education is all that's needed to get into Yale evidently.

Oh, and of course a minority or protected group, anti-American, liberal, femikook, and now, A Taliban Officer. NICE!

Can someone please tell me what the fuck is going on here? Does this even remotely make any sense? Yale wont allow Military Recruitment (ROTC) because of the "Don't Ask - Don't Tell" policy of the military. Straw man argument if I ever saw one. It's actually just a nice little way of not saying what they actually mean, which is "Patriotic Military MEN need not reply". Yet, they allow an individual that is PROVEN to be anti-gay and an enemy of the UNITED STATES in. Now if that is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard. Thank GOD for John Roberts!

It would be one thing if this fucking rag head assassin asshat (yes, I said it, and he is) had at least finished primary and secondary school or even had taken the SATs, but to allow him for no other reason but 'diversity'. What the fuck is that? So a diverse environment within an educational institution (supposedly one of the best at that) means allowing assassins, killers, racist bigots, and evildoers in without the PROPER CRUDENTIALS all in the name of 'diversity'. Oh, wait.... as long as they are not white heterosexual men I guess.

Well, miss Ivy League, Here is what is supposed to happen; if you accept GOVERMENT MONIES, then you must follow the laws that the likes of you set into place. You know, those pesky non-discriminatory laws that you hold so dear to your blackened hearts. Here, let me remind you, non-acceptance based upon race, creed, color, sexuality (or choices thereof), and religion (now there is a funny one), is illegal.

Of course, you have bastardized the law with a 4 foot brush to translate in academic speak to actually mean "any other protected class (read anyone except while hetero males) that we deem such, is illegal"!

Read the excerpts below...

Friday, March 03, 2006

Yale University: Taliban Yes; US Military No
by Jim Kouri, CPP

While most American parents can only dream of sending their kids to a first-tier university such as Harvard and Yale, a former ambassador for the oppressive and brutal Afghan Taliban is enrolled at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, even though he possesses none of the qualifications to attend such an institution for higher education.

"Yale University enrolls the Taliban's former spokesman as a student, but continues to prohibit other students from organizing a Reserve Officer Training Corps chapter on campus and also seeks to deny students the right to hear from military recruiters about employment opportunities," say members of the student group Young America's Foundation.

Under the guise of alleged sex discrimination as a result of the military's so-called "don't ask, don't tell" policy towards homosexuals, Yale and other universities have blocked their students from partaking of ROTC training on campus.

"Yet Yale University is allowing a member or former member of a group that not only discriminated against gays, but actually stoned them to death," says one outraged Yale student.

On February 26, the New York Times Magazine reported that Yale admitted Sayed Rahmatullah Hashemi, the Deputy Foreign Secretary of the Taliban, into a non-degree program, with a chance to gain full degree status by 2006.

"In some ways I'm the luckiest person in the world," Hashemi told the Times. "I could have ended up in Guantanamo Bay. Instead I ended up at Yale."

Prior to his arrival as a student, Hashemi was imprisoned at Bagram Air Base. He had been a member of the Taliban government, serving both in Afghanistan and in the United States as Second Foreign Secretary and Ambassador-at-Large. Yale has not commented on why the university, which accepts only ten percent of all applicants, granted admission to this former Taliban officer. One Yale official claims it's part of creating diversity on campus, but opponents of having a Taliban officer attend a premier college say that excuse has been used by colleges and universities to invite everyone including cop-killers to their campuses.

Hashemi possesses a 4th grade formal education, never took the SATs and advocated violence against homosexuals. As the mouthpiece for the Taliban, Hashemi advocated the oppression of women, gays and non-Muslims. The Taliban are known associates and allies of Al-Qaeda. Not surprising, one intelligence report indicates Hashemi attended an Al-Qaeda terrorism training camp in Afghanistan.

Yale alumnus, and former Army Captain Flagg Youngblood said, "That my alma mater would embrace an ambassador from one of America's declared and defeated enemies and in the same breath keep ROTC and military recruiters off campus shows where Yale's allegiance falls. Yale's actions show that they consider the US military more evil than the Taliban."

Read the rest of the story by clickin on the title link above.


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