The Moral Confusion About UCLA Student Alexandra Wallace

UCLA junior and hot blonde model Alexandra Wallace posted a video on Friday complaining about noisy Asians in the library. She did not advocate treating Asians badly. She just complained about the manners of the Asians in the library and in her apartment complex.

What she said was not nice, but it wasn’t evil. If her video upsets you, it shows that you don’t have your head screwed on right and that you don’t have a life.

Nobody would go out and do anything bad to Asians because of her video.

Here’s some background:

The UCLA Daily Bruin reports:

Wallace contacted university police early Sunday evening after receiving numerous death threats via e-mail and phone, said UCPD spokeswoman Nancy Greenstein.

Police advised her to take a number of precautions and are currently working to ensure her safety, Greenstein said.

“If she’s received a death threat, I find that as deplorable as her original YouTube video. If this is the response of students on campus, we’ve got a lot of work to do,” said Robert Naples, associate vice chancellor and dean of students.

The death threats to Alexandra Wallace are one thousand times worse than what she said in her video, yet the vice-chancellor of UCLA finds them only “as deplorable.”

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