The standard view of "diversity" is everyone holding hands dancing around rainbows and unicorns denouncing how awful White Beta Males are. Great for everyone but White beta males. But even smoking hot Alpha White girls don't like diversity. Because it brings stress, conflict, and turf battles into everyday life, which is already stressed out from a non-stop acceleration due to technology creating a 24/7 connection to the world. UCLA coed and model Alexandra Wallace (that's her above) put a Youtube video (since removed, below is a copy) about how Asians in the Library annoy her (with rude behavior):
While certainly not a deep thinker, the young lady's main points are: 1. Asian students at UCLA are coddled, and kept immature by uber-helicopter parents, with negative fallout for Whites (who are left to fend on their own), and 2. Asian students at UCLA are rude and don't follow the rules (keep quiet in the Library) that White students do. [Presumably the very few Black and Hispanic students who actually do visit the library, follow the rules.]
Wallace has since "apologized" and no doubt UCLA will punish her. The UC Chancellor said he was appalled and University officials are "evaluating whether there have been any violations of the student code of conduct and what sanctions, if any, are appropriate."
Youtube is great. People cannot stop posting to it. Nor Twitter or other social media. Recently Gilbert Gottfried was fired from Aflac, as the voice of the Duck after Twitter "tweets" such as:
"I just split up with my girlfriend, but like the Japanese say, "They'll be another one floating by any minute now."
"I was talking to my Japanese real estate agent. I said 'is there a school in this area.' She said 'not now, but just wait.'"
As the proprietor of Dlisted notes, "You know, we've really come a long way as a society, because we don't even need to change out of our stained sweats or leave our houses to get fired. Just spew out some offensive fuckery on Twitter and wait by the mailbox for your final check to show up."
The Internet is really an outlet for people to post unfiltered by politeness and social repression, what they really think. For Charlie Sheen, it was mainlining crazy. Social media, and video, allowed him to exhibit his full on crazy, taking him from rebel Alpha male that women dream of taming, that bad boy magic, to just plain crazy and sick. Spelled U-N-A-T-T-R-A-C-T-I-V-E.
More and more comments, tweets, Youtube videos, and the like are pushing back on diversity. Which makes even those most socially powerful (attractive young UCLA coeds who have probably most of the straight male population panting after them) annoyed. Ms. Wallace may be the top of the social heap, but even she needs to get work done at the library, and not be distracted by rude cell phone behavior. Nor be stepping over expat Asian kids relatives doing laundry, cooking, shopping, and other things. [No doubt fighting for washers and dryers in the laundry room is not particularly fun with elderly Asian relatives ruthlessly cutting in front of "nice, polite," White kids.] You can see the frustration build, even poorly articulated, with her description of being raised to be "nice, polite" and have her cautions ignored. And focus interrupted by loud talking on cell phones. Because rules are just for White kids, not the rest.
And that's Ms. Wallace's main beef. She has to follow the rules, the others don't. Even the hottest girl on campus finds that annoying. She still has to get work done.
Diversity creates a thousand and one petty annoyances, and with California being ground zero for White ethnic cleansing, the annoyances build up heavily. The internet, with social media a draw for 24/7 rants/soap-boxing statements, is almost irresistible. I have no doubt whatsoever that Ms. Wallace's social circle said much the same thing, over and over again. No doubt it is enraging to be a numerical minority, and the only one held to the rules, while everyone else flouts it.
Ms. Wallace should not have apologized. She should have stood her ground, and demanded the University enforce rules equally, not just for White students. No doubt an "example will be made" of Ms. Wallace, but it will not change White students minds, nor that of the average White person. Who will see merely another PC jihad, by the usual suspects, while those of more privileged races skate.
Ultimately, the internet by giving voice for those who speak out about the cost of diversity (second or third class status for Whites, with no payoff for the social friction, daily) will erode the elite's ability to enforce orthodoxy. Efforts will be made to contain the damage, but the internet is too big, and the lure of saying what you really think too strong, particularly for young women who seem more than young men focused on self-expression, to be walled off by a PC firewall. Huffington Post may have a five minutes of hate, but most Whites are likely to find themselves in broad agreement that diversity imposes a constant social friction with no benefit for them.
And the strongest argument of all is "What's in it for me?" [The motto of one John Dortmunder.] For most Whites, the answer is, a daily kick in the face. That's not a winning proposition, any more.