This website has been up since 2014, it has been advertised in many American University student papers and in many Canadian University student papers; and it receives a lot of visitors; so why aren't the Civil Rights Heroes, Human Rights Heroes, and Constitutional Rights Heroes, speaking out in support of the Congressional Investigative Hearing (in the States) and the Parliamentary Inquiry (in Canada), which this website is calling for.

If you have not previously been to this website, then this criticism is not directed at you.  However, if you are a professor, community leader, politician, etc., that has previously been to this website, and who claims to be an advocate of Constitutional Rights, Civil Rights or Human Rights, then this is directed at you.  You show up when someone is giving you an award and telling you how great you are.  You speak out against single acts of discrimination.  You shout out against the wrongs being done in other countries.      - However, when some of North America's universities and colleges violate the Country's Constitution, you are silent.     - When North American universities and colleges violate the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which you staunchly support, you pretend that itís not happening.      - When North American universities and colleges discriminate against thousands of students every year, you look the other way.

Why are you not supporting this website's call for Congress and Parliament to each inquire into which universities and colleges are violating the Constitution and the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights ?

You champion the press as a bastion of freedom; but when that press writes lies to cover up Constitutional Violations, and Violations in NORTH AMERICA of the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, you make no comment.  Why aren't you telling the press, whose freedom you support, that when it lies to the public, it is worse than having no press ?

If you are a professor, community leader, politician, or someone who is an advocate of Human Rights, Civil Rights, Free Speech, Freedom of the Press, or the Constitution; please answer the following 4 questions:

Question 1.)
At a minimum, does the evidence on this website demonstrate that the press published articles containing lies, which had the effect of covering-up possible Constitutional Breaches and Violations of the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights by some NORTH AMERICAN universities and colleges in their admissions practices?
Question 2.)
At a minimum, do the facts and/or evidence on this website demonstrate that some NORTH AMERICAN universities and colleges might be breaching their Country's Constitution in their admissions practices ?
Question 3.)
At a minimum, do the facts and/or evidence on this website demonstrate that the admissions practices of some NORTH AMERICAN universities and colleges might be in Violation of the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights ?
Question 4.)
Would a Congressional Investigative Hearing in the States and a Parliamentary Inquiry in Canada allow the truth to become officially publicly known about which universities and colleges are breaching the Constitution and/or violating the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights in their admissions practices ?
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The Diversity Lie
One of the best lies of some phony heroes is the diversity lie; it goes as follows: 'To represent society in a fair and all inclusive manner, we must have a diverse student population; therefore, we will use subjective selection criteria to allow us to have a diverse student body which represents our freedom loving democratic society.'

Our society is diverse, and we claim to love freedom and democracy, and we claim to want to be inclusive, so what is the diversity lie ?

Ask yourself these questions:

- Are all Chinese people the same ?
- Are all Jewish people the same ?
- Are all Black people the same ?
- Are all White people the same ?
- Are all Muslim people the same ?
- Are all Vietnamese people the same ?
- Are all French people the same ?
- etc.

The answer is clearly NO to each of those questions.

There are many Chinese, Jewish, Black, White, Muslim, Vietnamese, French, etc. people, who are identical to each other in their desires, political views, materialism or selflessness, ruthlessness or kindness, honesty or dishonesty, etc.  In other words, there are many Chinese, Jewish, Black, White, Muslim, Vietnamese, French, etc. people, whose minds, hearts and souls have the same thoughts and feelings, and therefore they are the same type of person.  Their minds, hearts and souls come wrapped in different looking containers (ie. outwardly they look different) but they are the same type of person.  Simply looking different doesn't make people different.

Diversity is NOT achieved by judging each book by its cover (ie. claiming that the Chinese person must be different from the Jewish person and they both must be different from the Black person, because they look different).  Having a group of people that look different does not mean you have a group of different people.

Diversity is also not achieved by people subjectively selecting the Indian student they liked best, or the Mexican student they liked best, or the Korean student they liked best; etc.

Scientifically and morally, when a truly diverse sample or population is desired, no subjective criteria can be used to skew that sample or population.

Even if affirmative action is needed, or having a diverse student body is desired, both the Constitution and the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights can and must be followed.  If University "A" wants to include X many students from each of the Mexican, Korean, Japanese and Egyptian communities, etc.; then University "A" should let each of those community's students have an objectively fair and objectively equal chance at admission, based on their academic merit; as required by the Constitution and by the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights. (ie. University A allows in the X many Mexican students who had the best academic merit out of all of the Mexican students that applied; and does the same with each other group that it wants represented.)  Then University "A" would truly be getting the best students from each of those communities and they would be getting a diversity of people.  The only reason for University "A" to use subjective selection criteria which cannot be checked for honesty, fairness, relevance, objectivity and compliance with the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Constitution, is to KEEP OUT diversity of personality, character, opinion and beliefs, and to hide any racial discrimination behind a subjective veil.

In the States a Congressional Investigative Hearing will let the truth about university and college admissions practices become officially publicly known.  In Canada (if the Canadian Government can face what it has allowed to happen) a Parliamentary Inquiry will let the truth about university and college admissions practices become officially publicly known.

Letting the truth become officially publicly known is a good thing.

I am available to be part of a Congressional Investigative Hearing and to be part of a Parliamentary Inquiry.  My work and research into university and college admissions practices are evident from this website.  Many of the questions I would put to the professors, administrators and doctors, who come to defend their current admissions practices, are known from this website.  I also have many follow up and additional questions, all of which will cause the truth about whether or not admissions practices are violating Constitutional Rights, Human Rights and Civil Rights, to become officially known.

I can be written to by mail at:
Shawn David Olfman
346 Matheson Avenue
Winnipeg MB  R2W 0C8
Canada

I can be contacted by phone at my office, The Olfman Office, at: 204-586-9601

Email can be sent to me at: shawn@constitution-breaches.com

My law office website is olfman.com.

If we want Freedom, if we want Free Enterprise, if we want Justice, Equality, Fairness and Inclusiveness; then there cannot be dictators at the gates of education keeping some of the best qualified students out, for unconstitutional, unjustifiable or discriminatory reasons.  Free Enterprise is not 'some people get to make a lot of money'; free enterprise includes the concept that all citizens be given a fair opportunity to succeed based on their own personal effort.  In education, as stated in the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights and as required by the Constitutions of both the States and Canada; that means admissions based on academic merit, NOT admissions based on subjective criteria that can be used to discriminate or to wrongly keep out students who worked harder and achieved greater academic merit than other students who were admitted.
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