Harvard Rescinds Admission to Students Who Posted “Anti-Semitic” Memes Online
Harvard University, under pressure from whining Jewish tattletales and crybabies, has officially rescinded offers of admission to a group of students who posted “anti-Semitic” memes to a Facebook group, The Jewish Daily Forward recently reported.
Jewish students at Harvard applauded the school’s decision to rescind the admission of a group of incoming Freshman who shared racist and anti-Semitic memes in a private Facebook group.
“The university will be a much better place without their toxic influence,” Gabriel Dardik, an incoming freshman to Harvard wrote to the Forward in an email. “I don’t know why anyone would find these jokes funny.”
The Harvard Crimson first reported the withdrawal of acceptance to at least 10 students as of April, after the students posted a number of offensive or inflammatory memes. The memes include racist depictions of Mexicans, and jokes about the Holocaust, pedophilia and child abuse. One pictured a penguin sitting in front of an oven saying, “nice! My Jews are almost done!”
Several students reportedly emailed screenshots of the offensive memes to the university, prompting the move.
“Some of these jokes were morally reprehensible beyond what is normal in comedy,” said Talia Weisberg, a recent graduate, in an interview with the Forward. Weisberg, whose grandparents were Holocaust survivors, said the images of the Holocaust were particularly offensive.
Weisbeg said Harvard students enjoy sharing funny memes, but not like these. “Mainstream memes are mainstream memes,” she said. “But you don’t see those really dark memes unless you go in real dark, yucky corners of the internet.”
Gabriel Karger, a rising senior at Harvard, said he saw no problem with Harvard rescinding the admission of students who “spread hateful content like those memes.”
Karger said that anti-Semitism like that was neither welcome at Harvard nor reflected school’s campus, “which is a wonderful place to be a Jewish student,” he said.
The now-booted students joined a large Facebook group for incoming freshmen, where thousands of people shared mainly innocuous memes. A smaller number of students then formed a splinter group in December — where they shared other, “dark” memes.
An incoming freshman told the Tab, a student news site, that several students emailed screenshots of the offensive memes to the administration, alarmed that the images had crossed a line of some sort. According to the Crimson, the university then emailed students about the memes in mid-April. […]
I may be wrong, but it’s almost as if the entire world revolves around the feelings and dictates of Jews…
In fact, it’s almost as if the entire world revolves around the false, highly weaponized narratives and ideas – the (((official narrative))) of the Bible, WWII, and 9/11, for example, or (((the idea))) that “race is a social construct” rather than a biological, easily observable reality and that White people identifying as White and concerning themselves with White interests is somehow “evil,” “racist,” and illegitimate – promoted by the Jews.
Someone, please, explain to me if I’m wrong or confused about how the world works. Because this is the world I see on a daily basis, and the news item highlighted above demonstrates it perfectly.
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