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CON-Feed said:

What "protests" did the new non-White majority at Berkeley perform to achieve domination?
SHUT THE FUCK UP - PART II (Part I was already listed above.)
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HON. DANA ROHRABACHER

in the House of Representatives

TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1989


  • Mr. ROHRABACHER. Mr. Speaker, we continue to hear charges that many American colleges and universities have instituted discriminatory quotas to limit the number of Asian-American students in universities throughout the United States. Such quotas, if they do exist, are an affront to the idea of equal opportunity and fairness.

  • That is why Congresswoman Saiki and myself have introduced H. Con. Res. 147, a bill that puts Congress on record as opposing any discriminatory quotas in universities and colleges used against Asian-Americans. I urge my colleagues to cosponsor this critical piece of legislation.
  • The point is simply this. There would be no 50% Berkeley Asian-American population without the "protests" over the questionable White/Asian comparative admissions rate.

    Berkeley was forced to change its policies by public and institutional pressures.

    SHUT THE FUCK UP - PART III
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    1992 - Chinese for Affirmative Action file suit against the University of California, claiming that UC uses quotas to limit Asian American enrollment.
    DUMBASS!!! Just like you have to give credit to the NAACP and the Civil Rights Movement for "Changing White People" and that being how the PAST is all too relevant to the present, so too is this more recent fight against discrimination.

    Now, PUNK (and now I know it's PUSSY too) what was that you had to say about "what protests"??

    I mean, that's one really stupid ass angle. I could ask "what protest" have any of the Black students enrolled in college today had to make and pretend, like your dumbass, that that has nothing to do with (their access to higher education) the racism "in the past" that caused the CRM, etc. Those Black students, too, are prepared, capable and qualified college students.

    So? Your point?
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