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Impossible hypocrite pussies that they are, the Diversity Enforcers of Forty-Second Street have officially made their position on Protected Pet Minority Status clear: it's gay diversity over ethnic diversity, Whoo-Hah !
The pugnacious propaganda profferers at Amerika's newspaper of record have been obsessing over the whole Rutgers so-called gay-bashing incident from day one. For those of you who've been on a sailboat in the middle of the Atlantic since 1968, a quick summary: Indian (Dot not Feather) import and Rutgers diversity student Dharun Ravi, two years ago was creeped out by his creepy gay white roommate Tyler Clementi and the latter's even creepier association with a 30 year old homosexual with whom even Creepier-er was meeting in the Rutgers students' shared dorm for butt-thex. The Indian (Dot not Feather) trained the web-cam on his Chinese-built Dell computer on the lower bunk, and alerted his University buds (mostly fellow diversities) to tune in for full-on gross-out.
They did. Suicidal white kid who probably would have snuffed it sooner or later anyways, snuffs it the next day, from the pedestrian platform of the George Washington Bridge, the New York Times and the GBLT community the Times basically lives for went berserk. I mean Crazy, with a capital "C".
Take home : The NYT cares more about suicidal fags than Indians (Dot not Feather).
From the article :
Mr. Ravi’s roommate, Tyler Clementi, jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge three days after Mr. Ravi viewed him on the webcam. The case became a symbol of the struggles facing gay, lesbian and bisexual teenagers and the problem of cyberbullying in an era when laws governing hate crimes have not kept up with evolving technology.
The New York Times: When It Comes To Choosing Which Pet Minorities They Really Care About, It Looks Like: Fag, Yes√; Indians (Dot Not Feather), Not So Much ;-( .