It’s Memeory Time Again! (Especially for Harvard)

Unlike other websites who compile and publish memes created by other people in order to drive traffic add a touch of humor to their site I create almost all the memes I publish and only occasionally publish a meme from someone else.

This July 4th Weekend I figured while I’m recovering from my Saturday parties by resting up for my July 4th parties I might as well post a few more memes. As always, enjoy!

Click any meme below to see a much larger version appear in a new window.

Note: Copyright is claimed on all content I’ve created and not otherwise covered by any third party. You can copy and republish any image but you can’t sell it, can’t modify my website link or logo on the image, and must include attribution.

Harvard University: Abolish Metitocracy, Embrace Mediocrity!

Some Context: Harvard University’s own admissions data indicated an Asian-American male with a 25 percent chance of admission would have a 35 percent chance if he were White, 75 percent if he were Hispanic and 95 percent if he were black. A majority of people surveyed stated while they support Affirmative Action they did not support using race to decide who’s admitted into college. And the US Supreme Court seems to agree:

“When a university admits students ‘on the basis of race, it engages in the offensive and demeaning assumption that [students] of a particular race, because of their race, think alike.”
John Roberts, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, writing for the majority, June 29, 2023.

The true definition of Bidenomics
(I didn’t create this fantastic meme, kudos to the person who did!)

Some Context: Allegedly, the Biden Family may have received $40,000,000 or more from foreign governments, business relationships, bribes, and political donors, using at least 20 shell companies to launder the money. But that’s nothing compared to the Clinton Family, who over 41 years in politics raised over $3,000,000,000 and controlled a Charitable Foundation which may have donated less than 6% of the money raised to charities.

Harvard University: "You may wish that you weren't Asian."

Some Context: While Harvard University’s admission process may have knowingly discriminated against Asians I sure don’t: I created this meme for Asians everywhere. For those not fluent in Simplified Chinese, the phrases are “You may wish that you weren’t Asian” and “Permit yourself to take care of you.” These phrases actually appeared in a “Anti-Asian Racism” Flyer published online by Harvard on June 26, 2020, which you can view in PDF format by clicking here.

All Hail Solar Power! (Which is destroyed by hail)

Some Context: On June 23, 2023 a severe thunderstorm moved through Wyoming and Nebraska, dropping hail which essentially destroyed the GenPro Energy Solutions’ 5.2MW Community Solar Project in Scottsbluff, NB which went operational in 2019. The 14,000 solar panels were claimed to be “very durable” and able to withstand most storms. Fox News reports residents will now have to receive their electrical power from the coal-powered Gerald Gentleman Station in Sutherland, NE, and /or the nuclear-powered Cooper Nuclear Station in Brownville, NE… plants quite capable of handling almost anything Mother Nature can deliver.

Harvard Racism: If they did it to blacks Harvard would be fired.

Some Context: Between 1964 and 1971 the black community conducted as many as 700 “civil disturbances” – most involving injuries and property damage in cities like Detroit, Watts, New York City, and Washington DC – to protest racial discrimination. More recently, the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and the 2020 Black Lives Matter Protests did considerable property damage and resulted in numerous deaths. Pointing this out isn’t “Racist” it’s “Fact”.

The US Supreme Court ruled Harvard University discriminated against Asians in their Admissions process by favoring black applicants over every other race (but, mostly over Asian applicants). One can only imagine what might have happened if Harvard had discriminated against blacks rather than Asians.

Dusty Baker wonders why no blacks are playing in the 2022 World Series

Some Background: Major League Baseball’s 2023 All Star Game will soon be held in Seattle, Washington, and what better time to “dust off” a news story from the 2022 World Series between the Houston Astros and the Philadelphia Phillies? Dusty Baker, manager of the 2022 Houston Astros said it “looks bad” there were no US-born black players in the 2022 World Series, adding that it “hurts” and that he “was ashamed”.

Which got me thinking… doesn’t the Manager of the team “play” in a baseball game? Must be true, because the Manager can be thrown out of a game, requiring the Assistant Manager to “play” in their place. And that’s why I created the meme.

Harvard violated the 14th Amendment? Guilty as charged.

Some Context: The US Supreme Court ruled that Harvard University violated Section 1 of the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution, specifically:
“…No State shall… deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

As Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in his opinion for the majority:
“Eliminating racial discrimination means eliminating all of it. And the Equal Protection Clause, we have accordingly held, applies “without regard to any differences of race, of color, or of nationality”—it is “universal in [its] application.” For “[t]he guarantee of equal protection cannot mean one thing when applied to one individual and something else when applied to a person of another color.” “If both are not accorded the same protection, then it is not equal.” [citations removed]

What we believe, according to a Conservative.
(I didn’t create this meme, kudos to the person who did!)

Some Context: During and following the Black Lives Matter Protests a number of Liberals (and, maybe even a Conservative or two ;-) ) displayed a “banner of resistance” summarizing their “beliefs“. As a firm supporter of the First Amendment I have no problem with that, even if their beliefs might be overly simplistic, discriminatory, or misleading. Thankfully, the First Amendment also allows ANYONE to post their own set of beliefs. Which I also have no problem with, subject to the same caveats.

Would you let your grandfather do what Biden is doing?

It’s hard to believe a man who displays mental and physical difficulties on an ever-increasing basis was not only able to receive 81,000,000 votes to become president but can continue to “…faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States…”. That said, imagine if Joe Biden were YOUR grandfather: Would you put him through what Biden must be going through?

Thanks for Reading!

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