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The Regime Fears White Americans Will Outfox the “Affirmative Action” Scam

Poor Kaitlyn Younger didn’t stand a chance.

A Wall Street Journal article recently profiled the young high school graduate, who despite a stellar academic record will be attending Arizona State University after receiving rejection letters from the Ivy League schools and some University of California flagships.

Kaitlyn Younger has been an academic standout since she started studying algebra in third grade.

She took her first advanced-placement course as a freshman, scored 1550 on her SATs as a junior at McKinney High School near Dallas and will graduate this spring with an unweighted 3.95 grade-point average and as the founder of the school’s accounting club. Along the way she performed in and directed about 30 plays, sang in the school choir, scored top marks on the tests she has so far taken for 11 advanced-placement classes, helped run a summer camp and held down a part-time job.


Poor Kaitlyn just didn’t get it. No doubt her parents raised her to work hard and try her best at everything. Almost certainly, she believed she lived in a meritocratic country where the most excellent would rise to the top and be rewarded.

Sadly, Kaitlyn is wrong. The meritocratic America is dead, and it’s now a husk replaced by a caste-based spoils system. And Kaitlyn, being a white, middle-class, probably heterosexual girl from a flyover state, is nearly at the bottom of this caste system. As Revolver described last year, Kaitlyn is a kulak:


If Kaitlyn wanted to be rewarded by America’s elite institutions, she didn’t need to show excellence. What she needed to show was fealty. Instead of an accounting club, she should have founded a post-George Floyd racial justice movement. Instead of being presumptively straight, she needed to make LGBTQ+ a core part of her identity and at least call herself bisexual, like 12.5 percent of Harvard’s latest class.

But the single best thing Kaitlyn could have done to improve her admissions cycle was simply not be white. The only reason Kaitlyn is stuck at ASU, instead of being an auto-admit at the Ivy of her choice, is because of her skin color. For decades, in flagrant disregard for every principle of equality or judging humans as individuals, America’s elite colleges have systematically treated some races favorably, and others unfavorably, solely based on skin color. It’s not even in dispute.

Faced with such flagrant hatred from the elites who rule over her, the best thing Kaitlyn Younger could do is refuse to play such a rigged game. Younger, and all other kulak-Americans, should rebel against an unjust, discriminatory system by lying about their race whenever possible.

Last October, a poll made the rounds online. According to the poll, a full third of white people are already lying about their race on college applications, mostly by inventing bogus American Indian ancestry:

A survey from Intelligent found that 34 percent of white students who applied to colleges and universities falsely claimed they were a racial minority on their application.

The publication found that 81 percent of students who faked minority status did so to improve their chances of getting accepted. Fifty percent of students who lied said they did it to get minority-focused financial aid.

Most students, 48 percent, claimed to be Native American on their application. Thirteen percent falsely marked that they were Latino, while 10 percent falsely claimed to be Black. Nine percent of those surveyed lied that they were Asian or Pacific Islander.

[The Hill]

The survey doesn’t pass the smell test for a variety of reasons. It’s almost certain that the number of whites lying about their heritage is far lower. Of course, progressives reacted hysterically to the survey.

“So many students of color face incredible challenges to accessing higher education, and it’s very sad that anyone would seek to lie in order to gain leverage in the admissions process,” University of Maryland education professor Julie Park complained to

Angel B. Pérez, CEO of the National Association for College Admission Counseling, told Inside Higher Ed that, actually, white students lying about their race shows showed the need for more “racial reckoning” against them.

“This data truly saddens me,” said Pérez. “The fact that students would believe they would be discriminated against for being white goes to show that we have a lot of work to do in this country around racial reckoning and understanding systemic inequality.”


Despite all their anguish and rage, liberals admitted that there is almost nothing that can be done that would stop white students from gaining an advantage by reporting themselves as multiracial.

Inside Higher Ed contacted several schools, most of which admitted they do nothing to confirm an applicant’s claimed race. Jerome Lucido, an admissions expert at USC, lamely said that admissions workers could use “triangulation” to identify frauds. Emma Steele, a PR official with the Common App, simply warned that whites caught lying might be denied admission, but gave no indication about how any such lies would be detected.

And the reason, of course, is that with proper preparation, a lie never will be caught. America doesn’t have some centralized database of racial ancestry.


This system has to run on an honor system, because America’s racial categories are ad-hoc and phony, and often reshaped to justify a perpetual attack on America’s core heritage population.

For all of American history, Americans of Middle Eastern or North African (MENA in bureaucrat-speak) origin have been counted as Caucasian on the census. In 2020 they were scheduled to be broken off into an invented new MENA category, but the Trump administration ultimately blocked the move. Why? Because activists wanted to benefit from anti-white discrimination, rather than suffer from it:


Similar to the concept of “MENA,” the entire concept of “Hispanic” is basically a creation of the U.S. Census Bureau. When the Hispanic Society of America, a museum and research library, chose its name in 1904, the name signified its focus on Spain and Portugal, with virtually no interest in Spain’s former colonial holdings in the New World.


What makes one a Hispanic? No particular racial ancestry is needed. One can be a black Hispanic, a Maya Hispanic, or a Jewish Hispanic. One can hail from Tijuana, Toledo, Havana, or Asuncion. There is no blood quantum necessary to qualify. A person of 100% “Hispanic” background may look like Montezuma or he may look like J. Robert Oppenheimer.

And yet, as useless as such a category is, there are real benefits to being in it. For example, simply being “Hispanic” means one can get into medical school with a far lower GPA or MCAT score.

Right now, you had better believe that people with a single Spanish great-grandfather are marking themselves as Hispanic on census forms and college applications. {snip}

Why does this category even exist, and why are so many people eager to join it? It’s obvious: Because everyone sees that boring ordinary “whites” are the bad group in America, and the quickest way to get a leg up is to hop to another group.


The American Constitution, the Golden Rule, and common-sense morality all clearly call for equal treatment between racial groups. But the Globalist American Empire has chosen a very different moral code. It’s a code with a rigid hierarchy, where some races go at the top and others go at the bottom. It’s a code where, whenever the group at the bottom succeeds, it is always assumed to be due to exploitation and mistreatment of others. It is a racist code, no morally different from Jim Crow or India’s castes or the old Spanish casta tables.

Protesting America’s racial spoils system is necessary but ultimately inadequate. It is well past the time for this system and its managers to be undermined and humiliated. {snip}