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Feb 16 2023

Effect of Moonbattery on College Admission Standards

Moonbattery can be applied to any institution with nearly identical results. For example, the art establishment succumbed to moonbattery long ago. The result was “art” consisting of blank canvasses. Now higher education has fallen. Consequently, this is now how to get accepted to prestigious Stanford University:

After completing his Stanford application, high school senior Ziad Ahmed realized an important component was missing amid a flurry of standardized test scores and extracurricular activities: his voice and passion.

That’s when Ahmed took a gamble. In response to a question asking “What matters to you, and why?” the teen wrote “#BlackLivesMatter” exactly 100 times.

Unlike many suckers who bothered to try, Ahmed was accepted.

Admittedly, the essay was in support of other qualifications:

As a Muslim-American, Ahmed described himself as “an unapologetic progressive activist” and ally to the Black Lives Matter movement.

“Islamophobia has certainly been a priority of mine in my advocacy, but it is connected to the legacy of racism and oppression that the black community continues to face,” he said.

Ahmed was also accepted by Yale and Princeton, presumably for the same reasons. Considering his capacity for spreading fertilizer, he should have applied to an agricultural college.

An institution infected with moonbattery is like a horse with a broken leg. All you can do is put it out of its misery and look for an alternative to get you where you need to go.

Now medicine has been subverted. Expect life expectancy to decline dramatically.

On tips from R F and Varla.


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