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originally posted by: Glinda
a reply to: TheBulk
How much is the tuition at Harvard? Somewhere in the mid 60k per YEAR? And THIS utter BS was invited as an opportunity for discussion? So for a cool quarter of a mil investment, your own suicide is promoted?
My take, if your are in HR, reviewing resumes...hire community college grads only. This is EVERYTHING that is wrong both culturally, spiritually and economically with the United States.
originally posted by: TheBulk
From what I have gathered these students made this argument during a debate about renewable energy. They allegedly won this debate and many others using this argument. The entire debate was available, but got pulled down as soon as this video started going viral.
You gotta facepalm at how PATHETIC the white SJW's are who extend their hand only to see it slapped away. Reminds me of something that happened to me once.
The students in question. The university is very proud of their arguments apparently: www.westga.edu...
What's going on at our schools and universities? More and more we see this blatant, anti-white racism being openly practiced and encouraged by the schools, media and certain politicians. It seems to me that open debate about white genocide that WINS the debate is quite a bit more concerning than a poop swastika or any of the other manufactured "racist" incidents our media has chosen to promote.
originally posted by: MisterSpock
Wow, I'm more shocked that those are harvard students, all of them.
***Original description*** This debate about whether white people should be exterminated was held at Harvard University. The pro-genocide activists, Damiyr Davis and Miguel Feliciano, are from the University of West Georgia. The topic of the debate was supposed to be renewable energy — not race. The subject was: "Resolved: The United States Federal Government should substantially reduce restrictions on and/or substantially increase financial incentives for energy production in the United States of one or more of the following: coal, crude oil, natural gas, nuclear power, solar power, wind power." [...]
Are you taking the position that universities should cultivate all arguments, including those that advocate the mass murder of a group base don their skin color?
And they say Trump is a hate monger. Sheesh! This is a UNIVERSITY and what that guy said was not a debate. It was hate speech.