Oh The Glories Of Affirmative Action!

Posted May 2nd, 2018 by Iron Mike

When the 400 lb guy in charge of the Campus Code of Conduct duct-tapes a woman in his basement….and the university president is speechless….

What kind of ‘lady’ comes calling at 10 PM – to a home where children are sleeping upstairs?  For the moment her identity is being kept confidential.

But Christopher Dukes, age 45,  – 6′ 2” x 400 lbs,  – is free on $450K bail – and ordered to stay off the New Britain campus….

The police also seized all his guns and ammo…..

Seems he grabbed his lady visitor,  strangled her,  – forced her into his basement and quickly immobilized her with pre-cut strips of duct tape.

The heavily redacted report skips over the part where Dukes’ mother persuaded him to let her go,….and minimized the 2-hour police standoff….

Just a guess,…but I’ll bet his campus job is over.

President Toro will be looking for another AA/EEO token to enforce ‘good student behavior’ on campus.

5 Responses to “Oh The Glories Of Affirmative Action!”

  1. Leonard Mead

    Yes, “Affirmative Action” is a program whose time has come and long passed — but it’s not dead enough.

    The lingering effects are:
    -Looking at many successful dark-skinned professionals with deep suspicion thinking they didn’t “really” earn their success
    -Reinforcing many dark-skinned individuals and families to believe that the world “owes” them something more than their talents and efforts bring them.
    -The real situation where less than qualified dark-skinned people find themselves in jobs way above their abilities with an entitled attitude and significant damage to their organizations and the people around them.
    -An ingrained hatred of capitalism and an admiration of socialism on which they take ACTION — the worst being “Black Lives Matter” and conversions to Islam — the death cult.

    Len Mead, Unwashed Conservative

  2. Sherox

    His job may be over but I bet he will get his pension.

  3. Panther 6

    Mr. Mead nailed it and as an unwashed Conservative I applaud his words. Sadly though Affirmative Action still hangs around us like an Albatross,,,the problems in VA stem from AA in many cases,,,not all but many.

    Sherox is right also, if he qualifies for a pension he will get it; just to costly to fight a law suit.

  4. Catherine

    Frederick Douglass did not need affirmative action, and he started from abject slavery.

    To claim that black Americans need help is to state they are unable to achieve on their own. What a slap in the face to an entire sub-section of humanity.

    (Note that I did NOT say “race” – because there is only ONE race – human. All the little subsets are just that: subsets. There is no essential difference. We are humans. End of story.)

    (Note also that I did not say “African-Americans” because for the most part the people being spoken of were born here. So they’re Americans only. Folks who have recently immigrated from Africa are African-Americans, regardless of their skin tone.)

  5. Marc

    If you are interested in learning how affirmative action works at the university level I highly recommend Dinesh DeSouza’s book “Illiberal Education”. Most people think that affirmative action just involves lower standards for admission. However, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. To avoid “disparate impact” lawsuits colleges have to ensure that the unqualified people they admit graduate at the same rates as the regular admissions. Since we’re all equal, any difference in outcomes is evidence of some form of hidden (i.e. institutional) discrimination, right? To pass these people along the colleges use all kinds of shady techniques. My favorite is “race norming”. Here’s how this works. Let’s say that the highest score that any member of a protected class gets in brain surgery 101 is a 50. Using race norming, a 50 becomes an A for all members of that protected class, a 40 becomes a B, a 30 becomes a C, etc. That’s just one of the many ways that the colleges pass their affirmative action students, and there are many more documented in DeSouza’s book…