Boycott Rutgers University!


Look, look... look at us... we're such a diverse campus... We have everyone here, we have Blacks, Pakis, Chinamen, angry feminists, and homosexuals... And we're NJ's top party school!!!

That's what the college experience is all about anyway, isn't it? Learning how to be culturally and racially sensitive. Listening to angry feminists and drugged up liberals rant uncontrollably in the classroom. Hearing about how horrible White Europeans were, and how oppressive they are today! Experimenting with different drugs and throwing up all over yourself after an exciting night of binge drinking, getting roofied and raped... and picking up the latest and greatest STD.

If you’re a White man/woman with children even contemplating sending one of your White children here – DON’T DO IT! And here’s another reason why: Rutgers to Students: “No Such Thing as ‘Free’ Speech, We Are Watching You, Think Before You Speak.” Rutgers now wants their students to spy on each other, file reports, and provide private information.

Colleges and Universities are supposed to advocate free speech, not suppress it! Furthermore I think all of us as parents, need to seriously rethink whether we send our kids (and our money) to these overrated “do nothing for you” indoctrination, blame Whitey centers!

As a matter of fact, if your child doesn’t need that piece of paper for a specific field of study, that’s practical, and that puts them where they need to be career wise, there’s no need to waste  their time and your money on it!

It’s really one GIANT scam and debt trap! Keep your children away from these prisons. If they need an “education” let them go to community college for 2 years, and finish the rest online.


{Reason} Rutgers University students, you are being watched. That appears to be the message a web page would like the campus community to absorb. The web page is maintained by the Bias Prevention & Education Committee, which chillingly warns students that there is “no such thing as ‘free’ speech,” and to “think before you speak.” From the web page:

Since 1992, the Bias Prevention Committee has monitored the New Brunswick/Piscataway campus for bias incidents and has provided bias prevention education to staff, students, and faculty.… Bias Acts Are:

Verbal, written, physical, psychological acts that threaten or harm a person or group on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, civil union status, domestic partnership status, atypical heredity or cellular blood trait, military service or veteran status.

If you experience or witness an act of bias or hate, report it to someone in authority. You may file a report on line at and you will be contacted within 24 hours.

Rutgers’ bias incident reporting form is identical to the one used by the University of Colorado-Boulder, which was criticized by free speech and privacy advocates (Reason included) back in May. It asks students to report on each other and provide addresses, phone numbers, ID numbers, and even dates of birth—any information that could be used to identify a victim, witness, or person of concern in a bias incident.

Like Colorado, Rutgers defines bias so broadly that all kinds of clearly protected speech would likely trigger an incident report and subsequent investigation by this Orwellian committee.

10 Comments on Boycott Rutgers University!

  1. In America, “diversity” means different races (and now weirdnesses too); and multi-culturalism means pretty much the same thing.

    In Europe, it’s different (or was until not long ago):

    European ‘diversity’ means different ethnicities – all White. European ‘multi-culturalism’ means pretty much the same thing.

    All White!

    Europeans are sometimes confused by our terminology. Maybe we should call it ‘schnozzology’.

    RESIST !!!


    • Great point Bob, and diversity among ethnic Europeans here is/was a beautiful thing, and worked, without the deep seeded nationalism carrying itself over from mother Europa. English, Dutch, French, Irish, German, Scandinavian, Russian, Italian, and so on. These groups commingled just fine after one generation, and built strong healthy families.

      My family for instance… My Mother’s parents were Italian and Irish, my father’s parents were Italian and Swedish. My Wife is German, Czech, and Russian. In the end, our ethnic differences are beautiful, and it’s so great to celebrate so many different European cultures.

      Racial diversity in the other hand, can never (and will never) work!


      • Yup, race is everything! (Half German, half English here.)

        “White” is an American concept and reality. Our “dating, courting and marriage” was once strongly driven by class and ethnicity. Though still intact, mobility, media and economics have led to the general acceptance of ethnic-mixing.

        Money and class divisions remain strong, however, such that White elites will marry with jew clans sooner than with lesser Whites. They will rue this.


  2. Real people of color are OUR people.

    Hair, eyes, fashion, flags, cities, etc.

    Other races? Black hair and eyes.

    Only skin and eye shape is different.


    • Indeed, whites have blue, green, brown eyes. Blonde, red, black, brown hair. Liberals shout diversity all day yet can’t see they’re destroying it when wiping out whites. If we are all race mixed away it’ll be all brown eyes & black hair, yeah such diversity, liberals are retarded.


  3. Funny you should mention Rutgers, I gave a talk this summer (‘Sonnet 666 – How Do I Genocide Thee? Let Me Count The Ways’) to a group about the need to reenter and dominate local and state participatory involvement rather than continuing as individual eremetic whining voters/victims.
    You see guys, we are financing our own genocide by not controlling our own backyards.
    I see so much attention to the federal corporation selection, while few if any know who their own, mayor, council, state rep, school board, Board of Regents(a University is governed by the Board of Regents, which consists of eight members elected at large in biennial state-wide elections.), sheriff.

    Boycotting won’t do shit, they get the money from every working white man/woman if you attend there or not.
    But what the hell do I know, I’m just a guy from Jersey with a GED.

    As of July 1, 2013, tuition, state appropriations, research funding, and other revenues (such as those related to patient services) associated with these units have helped raise Rutgers’ total budget from $2.2 billion in 2012–13 to $3.6 billion in 2013–14.
    University’s comprehensive Fiscal Year 2014-15 operating
    budget is projected at $3.67 billion, encompassing the operations of all entities of the
    That’s a one with a B billion and a half jump in 18 months.

    Rutgers Revenue Sources
    27.6% Tuition and Fees
    21% State Appropriations with Fringes
    Fringe Benefits costs refer to those disbursements incurred by the State for the benefit of its employees and includes the costs to the State, as an employer, for Retirement plans, Social Security, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Worker’s Compensation, Survivor’s Benefits, Unemployment Insurance and the State’s contribution to the Employee Benefit Funds pursuant to agreements with the various bargaining units.
    20% Federal, State, and Municipal Grants and Contracts
    16.1% Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences Earned Revenues
    8.8% Auxiliary Enterprises
    2.9% Other (both operating and nonoperating)
    2.9% Contributions and Nongovernmental Grants
    0.2% Federal Appropriations
    An appropriations bill is a bill that appropriates (gives to, sets aside for) money to specific federal government departments, agencies, and programs. The money provides funding for operations, personnel, equipment, and activities.
    0.5% Endowments and Investments


    • Yes you’re right Joe, but by boycott I specifically meant for our folks to keep their children far away from that institution of lower learning. Thousands of white parents send their children to one of their 5 shitty campuses every year. There’s absolutely NO REASON to continue this!


      • Oh I gotcha, but really unless there is a specific high level skill, these young men and women (let’s face it, at that age they are not kids anymore) must learn useful skills start businesses and fill all available employment. Just a glance at the continual intake of the student population, 4 years plus another year or two finding out that fake goatskin ain’t even good enough to wipe their butts with, immigration illegal or not, are filling those job slots.
        And they start off with a debt almost as big as a house mortgage debt but no house.

        By the way, you have a picture of a cute young’un on one of your post. I just wanted to say, he looked a bit like one of the Delaney crew. I am not suggesting anything, but to put at rest my curiosity, I must remember to suggest Mike do a fall in and count off.


      • Elites know that nearly all useful knowledge
        is garnered before and during adolesecnce,
        and that ‘the college education’ means that
        their young are developing networks needed
        to continue their ‘family tradition’ of pillage.

        Such networks are what they close to us via
        cost and affirmative action. This limits both
        intelligence and potential elite conscripts to
        our cause. Trusted young folk who infiltrate
        there with success will be valuable assets.


  4. In the United States college loan debt outstanding has surpassed credit card debt. As of June 2010 $829 billion in student loan debt was outstanding compared to $826 billion in credit card debt.

    According to the U.S. Department of Education there are over 4,800 colleges and universities in the United States serving over 18,000,000+ students.

    A college degree for many is not translating to a good paying career.
    Interesting details of some of the lower paying fields in our country but also, how many of those people actually had college degrees. The chart is fascinating:

    Do you really need to pay $20,000 a year for a degree that is absolutely worthless? Why does the government even need to subsidize for-profit schools? Why not require the for-profit school system to provide employment metrics since their big selling point is that they will get students a job. At the very least this should be a requirement if they are to receive funding.


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