A big shout out to federal judge A. Wallace Tashima of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He has ruled that an AZ law, House Bill 2281, is constitutional. The law would prevent Az school districts and charter schools from;
1. Promoting the overthrow of the United States government.
2. Promoting resentment toward a race or class of people.
3. Designing courses primarily for pupils of a particular ethnic group.
4. Advocating ethnic solidarity instead of the treatment of pupils as individuals.
What a victory for all of us who seek to stop the promotion of racial strife.
“The judge agreed with a prior evidentiary finding by an administrative law judge that the program contained “classes or courses designed for Latinos as a group” and promoted “racial resentment against ‘Whites.’”
IG for the DOJ has come out with a scandalous report on the Perez Civil Rights Division. The full report is here. The report is full of damning evidence of racial dysfunction within the DOJ. So much for the supposed race neutral enforcement of law in a very hostile environment. Perez is being considered to head the Dept. of Labor. From the report;
“The OIG also uncovered e-mails in which current and former Voting Section attorneys criticized and mocked Coates’s work on the Noxubee case. . . . Likewise, a non-attorney employee in the Voting Section wrote in an e-mail to a Section attorney: “[P]ersonally i think that the architects of the [Voting Rights Act] and those who fought and died for it are rolling over in their graves with that perversion of the act … im sorry, but [White people] are NOT covered for a reason.”
Mychal Massie of the Daily Rant has written a piece concerning the “normative” we frequently apply in our everyday conversations. Phraes like “the black community”, “the black church”, even “the hispanic community, separate and divide us as Americans.
There is a conscious attempt taking place today that is designed and intended to foment discord and disunity. It is intended to keep blacks resentful and distrustful of whites, and it is intended to make whites feel guilty while viewing blacks separate from the whole.
The elite white illuminati on one hand use this to portray themselves as understanding and supportive of the poor disenfranchised black man who cannot get ahead without government help and race-based affirmative-action programs.
Those in the media are especially guilty of this. Newspaper editors, news program producers, and program hosts deeply resent men and women such as myself because we are antithetical to the debilitating and self-limiting, segregative mentality they embrace. They go out of their way to marginalize voices like Ward Connelly, others, and mine because we are working to change the social dynamic that imprisons minds.
The webpage list a series of suggestions for high schools students to become more racially sensitive. The suggestions include:• Wear a white wristband as a reminder about your privilege, and as a personal commitment to explain why you wear the wristband.• Set aside sections of the day to critically examine how privilege is working.• Put a note on your mirror or computer screen as a reminder to think about privilege.The Wisconsin DPI also sponsors CREATE Wisconsin, an on-going “cultural sensitivity” teacher-training program that focuses largely on “whiteness” and “white privilege.”
- University of Wisconsin Becoming Hotbed of Racsim (thedaleygator.wordpress.com)
- Federal Judge: Arizona Can Ban Classes Promoting ‘Racial Resentments Against Whites’ (patdollard.com)
- Rep. Wolf Asks Holder to Conduct Outside Review of Civil Rights Division (pjmedia.com)
- Five things you should know about Tom Perez, Obama’s pick for Labor Secretary (washingtonpost.com)
UPDATE: To all my Catholic friends, I wish nothing but the best for your new Pope Francis I and his guidance of the church.
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