Joshua Rhett Miller reports at the NYPost:
A dean at Yale University who championed cultural sensitivity has apologized for her "insensitive" Yelp reviews of restaurants, gyms and movie theaters, including hot takes on what "white trash" customers would find tasty and employees she blasted as "barely educated morons."
June Chu, dean of Yale's Pierson College, apologized for the offending reviews, which had been circulating among students for several months, after the Yale Daily News published screenshots on Saturday.
"To put it quite simply: If you are white trash, this is the perfect night out for you!" Chu said in a review of a Japanese eatery, according to the Post.
“This establishment is definitely not authentic by any stretch of any imagination and perfect for those low class folks who believe this is a real night out. Over salted and greasy food. Side note: employees are Chinese, not Japanese," Chu wrote, the Post reports.
Comment: Modern day "diversity" is a weakness, not a strength.
It makes an idol out of differences and thereby creates an unresolvable tension among these very demanding gods as they vie for cultural supremacy. White vs. black vs. brown vs. red vs. yellow is the world these deities long to create and must create.
Clearly, this "diversity" is division, not strength. Weakness, not strength. It is an ideology that breeds a hatred for differences, not the embrace of them.
It fosters people and groups with superiority complexes and chips on their shoulders. It puts "victims" in charge of guillotines.
Cultural hatreds and insensitivies are not anomalous outcomes of such "diversity" but rather its natural by-products. And by that fruit you can evaluate the merits of what poses as "diversity" on campus today.
Racism we will have with us as long this world remains broken and unhealed.
Chu's "white trash" comment suggests she may be a racist. But even if not, she will walk, talk, and quack like a racist if she drinks deep that campus Kool-Aid bottled and sold as "diversity."
This is true of her and millions like her on campuses across America today. It could make the racism of yesterday pale in comparison to the racism of tomorrow -- at Yale and around the world.
"Diversity" has a big problem: It makes everything OKKK.