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The Ivy League Is Decadent and Depraved: Teaching Hatred at Yale University

Posted on | February 9, 2019 | 3 Comments


After the 2016 election, Isis Davis-Marks published a column in the Yale Daily News in which she declared: “I cannot even function right now. As a queer, black woman, I feel unsafe in this country.” Despite her fears, Ms. Davis-Marks has somehow managed to survive in New Haven more than two years, so that she was able to publish another Yale Daily News column this week in which she indulged a sadistic fantasy about destroying the careers of her white male classmates:

One day, I’ll turn on the television . . . and I’ll see him sitting down for his Senate confirmation hearing. Yes, he’ll be a bit older, with tiny wrinkles sprouting at the corners of his eyes and a couple of gray hairs jutting out of the top of his widow’s peak. But that smile, that characteristic saccharine smile, will remain the same.
When I’m watching the white boy — who is now a white man by this point — on CNN, I’ll remember a racist remark that he said, an unintentional utterance that he made when he had one drink too many at a frat party during sophomore year. I’ll recall a message that he accidentally left open on a computer when he forgot to log out of iMessage, where he likened a woman’s body to a particularly large animal. I’ll kick myself for forgetting to screenshot the evidence.
And, when I’m watching him smile that smile, I’ll think that I could have stopped it. . . .
I’m watching you, white boy.

(Hat-tip: Cassandra Fairbanks at Gateway Pundit.)

One might suppose that Ms. Davis-Marks’s anti-white, anti-male rage — her limitless hatred of her white male classmates at Yale, whose future lives she fantasizes about ruining by obtaining “evidence” of their racism — might be something she’d hesitate to publish as a student newspaper column her senior year at Yale ($69,430 a year, including room and board). Certainly, it cannot improve her prospects of future employment for Ms. Davis-Marks to declare openly her anti-white malice. Yet the curriculum at Yale nowadays evidently encourages such attitudes: Everybody at Yale hates white people, especially including white students and faculty, who have internalized the kind of self-hatred that prevents them from objecting to the hateful sentiments Ms. Davis-Marks espouses in the pages of the Yale Daily News. While those of us outside the rarefied environs of the Ivy League may imagine Ms. Davis-Marks would harm her reputation and hinder her chances of landing a good job after graduating, however, this just goes to show our own ignorance. If it is her hope to pursue a Ph.D. and become a professor herself, avowing her hatred of white males is actually quite helpful to Ms. Davis-Marks’s prospects. Or she might get hired at the New York Times, joining Sarah Jeong in that newspaper’s roster of anti-white hatemongers.

Monica Showalter at American Thinker explains how Yale produces such superstars of hate: “Davis-Marks has been steeped in the culture of political correctness and identity politics, and it doesn’t take long for political correctness policing to start turning into the tactics of the Stasi.” In case you don’t know, the Stasi were the secret police in the Communist regime of East Germany, and the totalitarian climate at Yale University now arguably merits such a comparison. As I have been warning for many months, The Ivy League Is Decadent and Depraved, and the hateful attitudes expressed by Ms. Davis-Marks are aligned with those of anti-white Professor Ali Michael at Penn, anti-heterosexual students like Becina Ganther at Harvard and Noa Wollstein at Princeton, and the “Unlearning Toxic Masculinity” program at Brown.

So many institutions in our society — Yale, the New York Times, CNN, the Democrat Party, etc. — are now dedicated to the anti-white/anti-male ideology espoused by Ms. Davis-Marks that her “I’m watching you, white boy” column will likely enhance her career opportunities. No doubt she’s being flooded with scholarship offers to enroll in postgraduate programs at Harvard, Georgetown and Duke. An internship with Stephen Colbert or Jimmy Kimmel is hers for the asking, and Ms. Davis-Marks could get a full-time paid position on the staff of any 2020 Democrat presidential candidate merely by sending them an email. As a queer black woman, Ms. Davis-Marks has a bright future ahead of her as one of America’s most promising young anti-white ideologues, and we can expect to hear much more of her in coming years, as she goes from one triumph to another — her book contracts, her TV appearances, her congressional campaign.

She’ll be watching you, white boy, and you should be watching her, too.