How to get into Stanford or an Ivy League school in 5 easy steps

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Step 2: print the document and mail it to Stanford University

Step 3: wait

Step 4: get accepted




Step 5: end

Welcome to bizarro-world, where the race quotas devised to help African Americans overcome backgrounds of regressive breeding, slavery and ghettoization are now helping this Bangladeshi, post-1968 import take a number over some African American from a background of regressive breeding, slavery and ghettoization. And how exactly? By writing something to the extent of empowering African-Americans with backgrounds of regressive breeding, slavery and ghettoization.

And that's just for starters. Have a look at his follow-up post:






So here we are, at STANFORD UNIVERSITY, awarding a south-central Asian who identifies with African Americans based solely on the color of skin and sees the world in complete black and white terms (no pun intended). Surprise: he was an intern for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, because Hillary Clinton wanted "minority" children surrounding her campaign. So disadvantaged, these "Black" millenials.

Somewhere in a parallel universe, perhaps South Africa, a White millenial saw his family killed, his family's land confiscated, wrote #Alllivesmatter and got accepted into Stanford University. His response was "I am honored by the recognition that I've received, but I'm also disappointed that our White siblings often do not get the same recognition."

No, the world is not black and white. Nor has it ever been, even on the issue of slavery.

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