Stop Racism Against Chinese Students! Let Then Take Over the Student Unions! Also, Make the Universities Property of the Chinese Communist Party! By James Reed
Wow, it feels exhilarating to be on the high moral ground this time, looking down from the top of the moral mountain, through the mists of diversity at all the “racists” below. Imagine how outraged a connoisseur of all things multicult and diverse, like me, is by this little gem:
“International students have been banned from contesting student elections at one of Victoria's most prestigious universities, in a move to stop a group of Chinese students seizing control of the student union. The ban, which the country's peak student body called an "attack on international students", comes as politicians and academics are increasingly concerned about Chinese Communist Party influence at Australian universities. Leaders of Monash University's Caulfield campus student body last week passed a new rule that students wishing to run at next week's election must be eligible to work 22 hours per week. Foreigners on student visas are not allowed to work more than 20 hours per week, meaning more than half the campus' students are barred from running for election. The rules were passed by Monash Student Association Caulfield's student council to thwart the election hopes of a rival group led by and consisting mainly of Chinese international students. The international student group, which is considering legal action to fight the ruling, was tipped to comfortably win the election and take over the union.”
This is clearly unfair and contrary to being part of Asia, Asia, Asia. It is unjust to prevent international students, without whom the universities would collapse, from working however much they want. Who cares about work for local students, get used to globalism, like us.
The majority Chinese universities should be free to run the union, and indeed, the universities must become fully part of China, with all white academics rejecting their white privilege, and immediately resigning, so that people of colour and diversity can people the universities at last, fully making us part of Asia, so that the international community, like the UN, love us, and pat us on our pointy heads. Sing along with our theme song: “I feel guilty, oh so guilty, it is guilty, how guilty I feel…”