Joe Rogan on affirmative action and anti-Asian discrimination

It’s great that Joe Rogan is addressing this. I was surprised that he had so much to say about it, and I’m glad he takes Asian American people to task for not complaining about it. There’s obvious racism behind the current racial policies on American campuses; it’s nice to hear someone with an audience pointing it out. I hope his video reaches a lot of people.

17 thoughts on “Joe Rogan on affirmative action and anti-Asian discrimination

  1. I’m glad he takes Asian American people to task for not complaining about it.

    If the 64 Asian American organizations teaming up to file a lawsuit against Harvard isn’t complaining, nothing is. Asians have been fighting school quotas since the 80s. However, they get accused by liberals of being selfish, privileged, and racist when they complain. Asian Americans simply lack the social and institutional power to make their voices heard the way other groups can.

    As a thought experiment, imagine if today’s liberals spoke about Jewish quotas the same way they speak about Asian quotas today. They’d be decried as fascists and people would be punching them in the streets. Most of the protestors would likely not even be Jewish.

    Complaining isn’t the answer. Gaining power is. Just that idea alone upsets anti-Asian racists.

  2. Asians are stupid for wanting to give money to racist institutions like the Ivies that profited off the sweat and blood of Asians.

    Money talks, BS walks. Vote with your wallet and the ballot.

  3. @ aardvark

    If Asians are stupid for attending Ivies, then the Ivies are even more stupid for imposing a quota on them. What do you make of the Ivies bending over backwards for protected minorities? The fact that they insist on keeping affirmative action because it benefits themselves speaks for itself.

    Racists will fight tooth and nail to defend preferences for themselves while supporting restrictions on Asians. Let’s not give them what they want.

  4. Yes, give money to racists because they’re racists and laugh at how subservient Asians are. They do not want money?

  5. They do not want money?

    If they wanted Asians’ money, they’d remove the quotas. They haven’t, so I guess not.

  6. You think the other “URMs” don’t pay them money and only Asians do? Asians are even more stupid than I thought according to you then.

  7. Now you’re running in circles. You say Ivies want Asians’ money but that they’re racist for imposing Asian quotas. By your logic, the Ivies must love Asians because they have the decency to make it harder for Asians to give them money. Which is it?

  8. I know James Lamb-Fang isn’t around these days to troll and spin-doctor and distort words and reality, however your distortion of words and Strawman is close enough that I have call out your lies.

    I wrote above “Asians are stupid for wanting to give Ivies money.” This is a statement about Asians only, and nothing about Ivy School policies and their funding.

    Obviously, Ivy schools want money as much as they can, but they already have it: legacies and upper/-middle-class “URM” students, or children of African and Latin-American dictators.

    I was making a sarcastic comment above on your comment that apparently you fail to grasp, but IMO: Asians are small pittance of that overall legacy and CIA funded students which Asians can never hope to “compete” against in terms of giving them money.

    You’re conflating rich FOB Asians that are also trying to become legacies, with those of the hardworking bootstrap immigrant students.

    So yes, Ivies want money, but they already have it from legacies and 3rd world dictators. URMs are social engineering agendas at the detriment of Asians and Asians are stupid for wanting to give their hard earned money to those racist institutions.

    Indeed, even with Harvard’s disingenuous PR move to get rid of tuition for low income students, they know that not many low income students will be able to take advantage of it as compared to the rich legacies on the East Coast.

  9. As I’ve said many times, the “scarcity” of available seats for elite schools is a contrived scarcity. Satellite campuses, online classes, and the admission of a few new worthy universities into the “Ivy League” could more than double the current enrollment. Most students who apply are not denied because they don’t fit the academic requirements, they are denied in order to keep the illusion of an elite educational class to remain much smaller than it actually is.

  10. Why do Asians want to go to elite schools? So they can have better chance of getting a job working for the white men.
    Asian culture is to blame for the pathetic situation of Asian men. People wrong asians and they don’t complain? What? Why not? Cuz the Asian culture forbids standing up. That’s so stupid. Asian culture is so stupid. It was created by the ruling class in ancient China for the one and only reason – so the peasants shut their mouth and work hard to further enrich and secure the ruling class.
    That idiotic philosophy has so ingrained in asian brain that they see the white men as the ruling class now. They keep their mouth shut and work hard despite severe and hostile discrimination.
    If they immigrate here they are no longer asian asians, they are Americans now. And Americans get the 2nd amendment for a reason.

  11. @ aardvark

    URMs are social engineering agendas at the detriment of Asians and Asians are stupid for wanting to give their hard earned money to those racist institutions.

    There you go again, running in circles, only faster this time. If giving money to Ivies is stupid, then Asians should be happy that quotas are making it harder to give away their money. Nothing to complain about. Maybe advocating for a complete ban on Asians at Ivies will help Asians save more money.

    @ King

    If competition for spots at top schools truly were a “contrived scarcity”, then people would have no problem banning affirmative action at schools. But the massive pushback against that makes clear that it is in fact a limited resource. Actions speak louder than words.

  12. @kyrie That is the most stupidest thing ive heard,are you a white guy trying to make us all look like deranged maniacs? There is a difference between being assertive and being a homocidal maniac. The latter seems to be more up your alley but dont shove your dysfunctional thinking on others.

  13. “If competition for spots at top schools truly were a “contrived scarcity”, then people would have no problem banning affirmative action at schools.”

    Really? Which people?

    There is no way to argue that spots at elite schools could easily be doubled with today’s technology. In fact, most of the tools are already being used in the postgraduate programs for Ivy league universities. But for some reason the same crumbs are still being offered at the undergraduate level. Crumbs to fight over instead of asking for a bigger cake.

  14. Why do Asians want to go to elite schools? So they can have better chance of getting a job working for the white men

    This pretty much sums up the reason why Asians are in America.

  15. @King,

    On a serious note, I also agree that with today’s tech and Kahn Academy, Lynda, Udemy, et al, there’s no real incentive for name brand, other than it’s name brand.

    The best courses are already available online for everybody to teach themselves. The only missing ingredient is hands-on labs and materials designed around STEAM projects.

    And it is about STEAM and not STEM if humanity in the 21st century is to think creatively and start solving problems like global climate change and soil erosion and overall poverty/hunger around the world.

    The current outdated British Empire schooling system of indoctrination for creating replaceable human calculators needs to go and better systems tailored towards individual learning need to be created (and it’s not the “common core holistic math” BS) that help kids to achieve individually what school systems have been failing for years as a result of political hijacking and pandering.

  16. Asians in America fail to make inroads in the upper echelon of American society, including the Ivy League Club, due to their lack of sociopathy or psychopathy. The nice guy finish last mantra, which is an American one, applies to most Asians.

  17. @ aardvark

    I agree. What we should be interested in, when it comes to elite education is OUTCOME. If you stayed at home and had the tenacity to study subjects from any sources one wanted, but could pass standard exit exams near the top of the curve, I would say go for it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *