Skip to comments.Denied jobs, blacks in Iowa test new bias legal theory
Posted on 02/17/2012 8:02:08 AM PST by newgeezer
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I heard a LA black preacher talk in a similar fashon to his congregation. His message was that very soon it will be the hispanics who will usurp them in every area, and you won't have the white boy to blame this time.
The point of the message was to stop complaining, get off your behind and make something of yourself, or you'll forever be on the plantation.
I agree. But what are all those Koreans and Indians doing here, anyway?
“I agree. But what are all those Koreans and Indians doing here, anyway?”
Good point. Maybe because the ruling class thinks our roads, schools, and prisons aren’t crowded enough and the numbers of the white population in the U.S. hasn’t been diluted enough yet?
Less than 3% of the Iowan population is black, they’re not really underrepresented relative to that in the state workforce.
I have an even better idea. It would take a generation or two to implement it, though. Why doesn't the government just mandate that people with IQs of 130 or higher be required to marry people with IQs of 80 or lower. That would have the effect of lowering the mentality of the nation in general and guarantee a more docile nation. The spawn of this plan would be far more receptive to receiving sustenance from the central government and would be devoid of the troublesome habit of thinking for themselves.
"Yes, I can clearly see you are a racist.
And don't try to deny it - it won't work."
>>>managers subconsciously favored whites across state government, leaving blacks at a disadvantage in decisions over who got interviewed, hired and promoted<<<
Wow. It’s like reading science fiction. People have used the term “thought police” for decades as a metaphor. Apparently someone wants to do this for real.
God help us.
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