From: A Concerned Reader [Email him]
I have been reading VDare.com’s coverage of the Harvard/ North Carolina Supreme Court decision. It appears that VDare’s commentators are presuming the validity of meritocracy. I see meritocracy as an artifact of homogeneity. In a homogeneous community, sure, why not pick out the smartest and send them off for further training? In the absence of homogeneity, I think we should reconsider our premises. Obnoxious as it is, Harvard presumes that it is training America’s next generation of leaders.
I don’t know about you, but I am leery of a majority of student body of future leaders being any less white and gentile than it already is. Harvard could try to justify its policies by arguing the necessity of educating leaders of each of our more fragmented communities, but they lack the guts.
James Fulford writes: This is something we have thought of—see:
It would be difficult to make Harvard go back to being a school for young men of the Historic American Nation, but our interest in this case is trying to stop them from promoting people like President Obama.