UCLA Student Board Meeting Reveals Major Anti-Semitism, Group Peer Pressure, Visible Bigotry and Liberal Hypocrisy…

This is a rather interesting inside peek into the mindset filling the various boards of “higher education” within the U.S. University system. As you watch the video imagine the people around the table questioning someone because they were “Muslim”, or “Christian”.

Watch what happened at the UCLA student meeting when a Jewish student applied to be a member of the student government’s Judicial Board. In 2015, we’d like to believe that the world has moved beyond race, gender, and religious discrimination, yet recent events portray something much more disturbing.

The left-wing of the political spectrum is so wildly entrenched in a hate filled ideology, these student and faculty leaders’ can’t even see the scope of their hypocrisy, let alone the illegality of conduct.

From the viewpoint of the left, the progressive left, only they can define what is considered tolerant and what is considered intolerant.  Therefore, within their world view they cannot be doing anything wrong; yet they are.

Historically this ideological inconsistency has always remained empirically evident. Yet the inability of the intellectually honest viewer to identify it, and then call it out, is one of the more frustrating parts of political discourse.

Only one person around that rather large table gathering was able to identify the unethical, and even illegal, discussion qualifications being openly debated.

Yet if that same panel or group were to watch a video of another group making the same argument about an applicant being Muslim, they would rail wildly against the discriminatory behavior they would be observing.

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28 Responses to UCLA Student Board Meeting Reveals Major Anti-Semitism, Group Peer Pressure, Visible Bigotry and Liberal Hypocrisy…

  1. 7delta says:

    Yet if that same panel or group were to watch a video of another group making the same argument about an applicant being Muslim, they would rail wildly against the discriminatory behavior they would be observing.

    Someone should make a video like you’re talking about. Use essentially the same set up and dialogue as the UCLA one. A realistic scenario that can’t be sweep away as being a different situation. Post it far and wide, then just wait. The only response to the meltdown should be to post the UCLA one, then just wait.

    I also noticed that the girl who expressed the most doubt was wearing a head scarf. Bad hair day or…? There seem to be several lessons to be learned from this video or should, at least, prompt questions that demand answers, even if only of that one young lady.

    I’m sorry I don’t possess such video skills. I would do it.

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  2. Only in college can you be actively discriminated against for being or not being something. Anywhere else it would be anti-Semitic. If they had refused to allow a Muslim girl wearing the black full body shroud to sit on the board, it would have probably been a hate crime. But this girl is just Jewish, so it’s free discrimination against her.

    (Am I the only one getting a Nazi Germany vibe here…?)

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  3. QuadGMoto says:

    The main person arguing against Rachel said this:

    I don’t want it to become like, oh, well this is because she’s Jewish and you’re anti-semitic and that’s not what it is at all, but, like…

    Then she ran out of words, because that is exactly what it is.

    How do they manage to keep their heads from exploding with all that obvious cognitive dissonance going on?

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    • Sharon says:

      Cognitive dissonance is not a problem for them. It is the atmosphere within which they live.

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      • QuadGMoto says:

        So you’re saying they’re just like those deep sea creatures that don’t explode until they’re removed from their environment and brought to the surface?

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      • Be Ge says:

        +1. The whole point is that we on the right sight of the political spectrum somehow think (at least, “by default”) that people are actually suffer from certain disorders. Looking at some people I happen to know with, say, progdaemonism disorder (or, say, the Back-to-USSR disease) — and fully realizing this is not a representative set from statistical viewpoint — all I can say is that they are enjoying their disorder, not suffering from it.

        p.s. One step above my statement would be mental health medical facility for some of the “commie and loving it” patients. Just as with sexual maniacs, who enjoy their…em….abnormality, there is a disorder the patients enjoy and at same time a disorder that most certainly has a lot of danger-for-the-rest-of-the-society kind of potential. If we lock up / force-treat certain deviants like sexual predators — ditto should apply to ardent commies and progdems. The price of error can be very high — the worst of the maniacs rarely had more than a few dozen victims whilst commies claimed 100+M human lives in just the 20th century alone.

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      • PatriotUSA says:

        It is in the world that they create to live in. To function in a ‘normal, rational, common sense built society is impossible for them. It might even be worth paying a bit to watch these free thinking underwear stains explode. I will bring the popcorn, tacos, sugar laden coke……….

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    • QuadGMoto says:

      It’s all the more fascinating when she questions Rachel about being “unbiased” when she’s clearly letting her own biases run rampant.

      I would explain to her exactly how someone can exercise sound judgement while being aware of and controlling one’s own biases, but she clearly would not understand.

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      • It would be a waste of breath. If I seen a video like that one and my son or daughter was in it saying what some of them were, that would be their last day there. I would cut off the money so quick it would make their head spin.

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  4. labrat says:

    If one needs to “check their bias” to get on this committee, I suggest the “I’m not an anti-semite” girl take a look in the mirror. They should have voted her off the committee.

    How come we don’t get to see their “lecture” by the school administrator?

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    • wondering999 says:

      I would like very much to see the response from the UCLA administration.

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      • Les says:

        They said that video wasn’t REALLY how they are, of course:

        UCLA’s Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Janina Montero, released a statement, which read in part: “I believe our community is more generous, thoughtful and inclusive than this particular incident would suggest.”

        From another site:

        “There is little surprise at the hatred. UCLA’s USAC has been controlled almost continuously by race (and more recently LGBTQ) obsessive maniacs who generally want to lead the vanguard against the genocide of cishet White people.”

        I had to look up “cishet,” have never seen that term. It means cisgender (agreeing you are male if you were born a male, agreeing you are a woman if you were born female) mixed with heterosexual. So basically, the rest of us non-gay, non-bi, non-trans peoples.

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  5. JohnP says:

    Rachel is a second year law student, and now that the school has has issued a public apology. I think it’s time she did the right thing….and sue the poop out of them.

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  6. Jim says:

    By the way, like, the woman who was, like, trying to convince us that, like, she was not making this about, like, anit-semitism, like…Sheesh! This is an example of what it the reviewing board!? Like, how did she pass, like, English, and stuff?

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    • PatriotUSA says:

      Well, it is the UC college system and who said she had to pass anything like English? I have a friend who has been a part time professor, teacher at UC Irvine for years and regularly reports on this type of event and what not. His site is here and he is an outstanding man who knows the true value of morality and ethics.

      http://garyfouse.blogspot.com/

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  7. Lou says:

    it’s become acceptable to be anti-Semetic in this PRO-BLACK culture.

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  8. wondering999 says:

    Rachel Beyda’s friend Rachel Frenklak described the meeting at this link:
    http://dailybruin.com/2015/02/18/submission-usac-members-should-apologize-for-discriminatory-act/

    Comments from the link above lead to descriptions of the Student Board members who objected to Rachel on grounds of her religion, and an article about them.

    It is really interesting to imagine the response of the student objectors, if someone had done the same to them. Apparently one of these students apologized, which is a step in the right direction if she actually understood and agrees with the principle involved:
    “We are two Muslim women of color….We are dedicated to a high moral ground of progressive politics, with aspirations to represent those who, like ourselves, are under­represented. We envision an equitable UCLA.”
    http://dailybruin.com/2014/10/22/submission-two-transfer-students-on-usac-make-for-better-representation/

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  9. czarowniczy says:

    Of course they do, they are no different than the rest of us they just have better fiction writers doing their PR. They just use the pejorative labels for those shortcomings of conservatives and for progressives they just call those negative qualities something else. Potahtoe – potato. Bullsh*t – fresh, steaming organic compost.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Oh. and BTW, watch the targets of their antisemitism continue to support the fine work of the anti-Semites. Let’s not forget the fine work of so many in European academia during WWII in backing the Final Solution. Tune in to Short Attention Span Theater next week when we present a panel from the BGI discussing how US Jewry so heavily supported the revanchist Southern racists during the Civil Rights era.

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      • smiley says:

        and the German American Bund..WW2..right here in USA supporting Hitler

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Oh heavens yes, the precursor to the American Nazi Party, The Bund was headed by the ironically named Fritz Kuhn, a Naturalized American who was imprisoned here pre-WWII for tax evasion, summarily denaturalized and repatriated back to Germany in later 1945 and imprisoned there until just before his death. We still had Kuhn supporters in my old hometown in the mid-50s.

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  10. Hank Rearden says:

    Um, while deplorable, this wasn’t racism. I don’t even believe in race as a biological construct, but I do believe in words having meaning. Racism being the least defensible of all biases, there is a campaign afoot to re-label every bias as racism. I’d like to see us retain the meaning of race, if only to prevent everything from becoming race. Communication is facilitated when words have meaning.

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