The white student who falsely accused famed science reporter Don McNeill of racism, effectively ending his storied career at the Times, was not only on a $5k field trip, but had just graduated from a boarding school that costs $58k a year. https://t.co/UYVZff03hA— Lee Fang (@lhfang) February 15, 2021
Oui oui! pic.twitter.com/AJslIcx0Jo— Jared Holt (@jaredlholt) February 15, 2021
We’re counting on them.
They are highly skilled in the arts of aggravating, alienating and tormenting everyone around them, talking about themselves and virtue signaling on social media. We’re going to paint a gigantic political bullseye on them. Nothing is more unifying than shared hatred of these people.
“What happened in Peru, too, was a kind of collision between the old Times and the next generation of its core audience, the educated globally minded elite. The student at the center of this story is Sophie Shepherd, who isn’t among the teenagers who have spoken anonymously to other news organizations. She and two other students said she was the person who spoke the most to Mr. McNeil and spent the most time with him on their “student journey.”
She was 17 at the time, and had just finished her senior year at Phillips Academy Andover, a boarding school sometimes rated America’s best. She’s the kind of teenager who is excited to talk to a New York Times correspondent about public health, and perhaps to put the adventure on a résumé. She had even done the optional reading Mr. McNeil suggested, Jared Diamond’s 1997 book, “Guns, Germs, and Steel,” a Pulitzer-winning history that argues that environmental and geographic factors produced the global domination of European civilization. The book has drawn criticism for a deterministic view that seems to absolve colonial powers of responsibility for their choices. …”
Precious is a great description of them.
Why are the like this? They are devoid of anything resembling traditional religion or morality. They have been raised on political correctness. They also come from privileged backgrounds. Hence, their culture war politics and their sick fetish for looking down on and attacking other White people.