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Not for you, white man.

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On his first day in office, Joseph Biden signed Executive order 13985, which pushes “diversity, equity, and inclusion” into every corner of everything the government does every day, anywhere in the world.

He ordered a “whole of government” approach to rescue “underserved communities.” What are they? Groups that have been “systematically denied a full opportunity to participate in aspects of economic, social, and civic life.”

And, boy, are there a lot of them.

First in line, “communities of color.” Of course, they have been overserved for decades, but never mind. Officially included – and this is something they’ve clamored for for years – are Arabs and Middle-Easterners. They, too, are now “systematically” oppressed, and can join the coveted ranks of the “underserved.” So are all immigrants. They are “underserved” the moment they get here.

But they have to share the joys of underservice with “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, gender non-conforming, and non-binary” persons, as well as persons – not women but persons – “who face discrimination based on pregnancy.”

Also among the “systematically denied” are all people with disabilities, all people who speak little or no English, and all criminals who have been to the big house.

This order also lets federal workers choose their pronouns and get free sex-change surgery.

The only people who have not been systematically oppressed – and who are therefore oppressing everyone else – are heterosexual, able-bodied, native-born, English-speaking white men who have never been to prison and never been pregnant. By my calculation, that’s about 25 percent of the population, and that includes babies and geezers, because it’s well known that white males are oppressors from birth until death.

Everyone in government will understand who the bad guys are because this executive order requires training in “systemic and institutional racism,” that is to say, Critical Race Theory.

The executive order is stuffed with “accountability.” There will be: “new reporting requirements,” “definitions of success,” “evidence-based and data-driven measurement of improvement,” “increased transparency,” “analysis of effectiveness,” and reports on “lessons learned.” There will be: Strategic Plans, quarterly goals, annual reports. That means racial bean-counting, right down to the last paperclip.

Every agency must have a Chief Diversity Officer as well as an Equal Employment Opportunity chief. Will there be turf wars?

The Office of Management and Budget is riding herd on the whole thing, and it will crack the whip. As Acting OMB Director Shalanda Young explained, “Large scale change becomes most feasible when a sense of urgency prevails.”

The more than 90 departments and agencies who got the order have now turned in their Equity Acton Plans to Shalanda, and are now at this nifty website.

I did not read them all. And I’d never heard of some of these agencies. The Millennium Challenge Corporation or the U.S. AbilityOne Commission. But they are all full speed ahead with equity, and I can tell you one thing.

There are fat times a-comin’ for “Minority Serving Institutions.” These are colleges and universities with a lot of non-white students, and the government is dying to shower grant money on them, recruit from them, have listening sessions with them, “partner” with them. It’s not just black colleges. There are eight different categories, including Tribal Colleges and Universities and Non-Tribal Institutions, and do you know how many there are?

As a hint, here are just a few of the minority-serving institutions in Texas alone.

Ever heard of any of these places? Well, there are 774 Minority Serving Institutions, and every time one of them gets a dollar or a pat on the head, that will be “evidence-based, data-driven” Equity Action that an agency can brag about.

Equity Action is clearly all about “reducing barriers.” If there aren’t enough black geologists or lesbian lieutenant generals, there’s only one reason: white men built barriers to keep them out, and by golly, we’re going to tear them down.

The Equity Action Plan for the Department of State says that “addressing systematic racism . . . worldwide, is a core tenet of President Biden’s foreign policy.”

What? America is riddled with systemic racism, but we’re going to tell everyone else how to get rid it? We sure are. We are going to “raise the visibility of racial and other inequities globally and generate better-informed foreign policies to decrease barriers to equity and equality worldwide.”

It won’t be easy. There could be “unwillingness to cede power by dominant groups.” There could even be “structural and unconscious biases” in places like Saudi Arabia or China, but we’ll teach those prejudiced bastards.

Meanwhile, back home, State has established its first-ever Agency Priority Goal.

It “ensures racial equity and support for underserved communities permeate all strategic planning, program and project design, consular activities, and procurement practices to steer U.S. foreign policy development and execution.” The oppressed and the underserved will develop and execute our foreign policy. Why?

State is proud to report that you don’t have to be male or female on your passport. You can be X. It also funded a study-abroad program for Alaska Indians to go make friends with Laplanders.

Why? The department brags that it sends custom-made video messages to every foreign post every year to commemorate the death of George Floyd, the Tulsa Race Riot, and Juneteenth. That’s equity action.

The CIA has a sporty plan. Sonya Holt wrote it, and included her email address and phone number, so you can tell her what you think.

The CIA would love to have more black and brown spooks, but they suffer from a “Lack of insight into the Agency’s mission, values, and role.” In other words, they don’t know what it does. I guess that’s because the CIA is engaged with only 150 Minority Serving Institutions rather than all 774. There also aren’t enough black and brown technical specialists, but that problem will be solved because “legislation allows CIA to provide grants to educational institutions from kindergarten to college.”

We’re going to have to start with Lashanda and Jesus in kindergarten to make them good spies. And then we bring them straight into the agency, because “we can now engage more frequently and in-depth on activities such as one-on-one discussions, resume writing, and professional development with both college and high school students.”

A CIA agent will sit down with you in high school and teach you how to write a resume – but not if you’re white.

NASA’s is the only snazzy, full-color Equity Action Plan that I saw.

Look at these happy, diverse people about to blast into space.

NASA promises to make grants to the underserved like there’s no tomorrow, and take the message of space to every minority serving institution in sight, but it will also do things I didn’t expect.

It’s deep into “environmental justice.”

It “identified a lack of potable water in the homes of at least 70,000 Navajo Nation residents to create a Drought Severity Assessment Tool.”

Why is that NASA’s job? It has also just produced an interactive comic book called First Woman in both English and Spanish starring Commander Callie Rodriguez­.

Looking for a white man in this thing is like reading Where’s Waldo?

As you can see, diverse people are thrilled by it. If this doesn’t get us to Mars, nothing will.

You can download the app today.

I learned that, ever since 1975, there is a federal Japan-United States Friendship Commission, which supports research on Japan, and cultural exchange.

It is sorry to report that Japan studies is dominated by white men. Nothing daunted, it will “remove barriers and facilitate participation in the field across gender, racial, and ethnic lines.”

It has done a great job with its own staff of four. A black woman is boss over a white woman, a woman from India, and a disabled Filipino-American.

The commission promises to showcase American LGBTQ+ people and to challenge the Japanese to do the same. They’ll love that.

The EPA will build “community science” from tribal nations into its policies. The Smithsonian will make sure every one of its exhibits explains “how race has informed all our lives.” I have just scratched the surface. Who knows what other marvels there are in these plans?

If you are part of an underserved community, it must be nice to know that 2.7 million federal employees are straining every muscle, every day, to pick you up out of the gutter. Of course, the feds have been officially discriminating in favor of non-whites since Richard Nixon’s famous “Philadelphia Order” of 1969. And yet, here we are, under orders from Shalonda Young, to pretend that white people have spent the last 53 years building higher and higher barriers to keep her out.

This insanity is now baked into everything the government – and pretty nearly the whole country – does. Every single thing in every one of these 90 plans, is an insult to white men, an insult to the “underserved,” and a disgraceful waste of time and money.

How do white people like living in a country they built, where they are still the majority, but where they are the official enemy? Will things get better or worse when we’re a minority? I don’t see how you fix something as deeply sick as this.

(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. black dog says:

    We need an all white male international strike. A few days should do it. The rest will be eating grass by the second day.

    • Agree: Katrinka
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  2. The US economy is circling the bowl. The Dollar is a dead man walking.

    At some point riots will erupt when the welfare moochers stipends don’t buy enough to cover food, clothing, housing and drugs. A race war will commence with lots of fatalities on both sides, but with devastating consequences for the black community.

    All the new and improved diversity bullshit will be swept away when there’s no way to fund that nonsense. It’s all reliant on a Dollar that is losing its purchasing power. The more the Fed prints, the faster and the worse things are going to get.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
    • Replies: @Realist
    , @RadicalCenter
  3. A. Clifton says: • Website

    Language.

    Zephaniah 3:9.

    Calling a Synagogue of Satan – {{{{GLOBAL JEWISH CRIME SYNDICATE}}}} – “government” –

    is a Lie.

    Talmudic Terrorists = John 8:44.

    There are NO {{{{PROSELYTES}}}} to Talmudic Judaism in the Old Testament.

  4. Realist says:

    This insanity is now baked into everything the government – and pretty nearly the whole country – does. Every single thing in every one of these 90 plans, is an insult to white men, an insult to the “underserved,” and a disgraceful waste of time and money.

    How do white people like living in a country they built, where they are still the majority, but where they are the official enemy? Will things get better or worse when we’re a minority? I don’t see how you fix something as deeply sick as this.

    Oh, I think you see how you fix something as deeply sick as this…I think you are reticent to speak the truth. It will not involve the electoral process and will be very nasty.

  5. Realist says:
    @RoatanBill

    The US economy is circling the bowl. The Dollar is a dead man walking.

    I am out of agree buttons…but I agree. It is not just the US economy that is circling the bowl…it is the entirety of the US.

  6. @black dog

    You will need to include white and mestizo Hispanics for this to work in many locales across California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Florida, Chicago, DC area, etc.

    For better or worse, that’s who does MILLIONS of the water/power utility, infrastructure, construction, maintenance and repair, transportation, police, firefighter, EMS, and medical support jobs in this country today — as much as nonHispanic whites or more in many places.

  7. @RoatanBill

    Agree, except that it won’t be just “welfare moochers” who are killing and brandishing guns to get food when it runs short. It will be everyone, of every race and color and just about every income level below the top 0.1%. Presumably including you and me. I won’t sit in the house and watch my wife and children starve, nor would you.

    I’m not happy about this, I’m saddened and frightened, especially for our children. But there it is.

    I hope that your area is much less dependent on long supply chains for food, Bill, as perhaps it is. Though you might get off that island, beautiful though it is, and onto the mainland, no? Somewhere that’s among farms and not too densely populated.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @RoatanBill
  8. @RadicalCenter

    Most people have a store of food on hand. It may be odds and ends that traditionally wouldn’t make a meal, but it’s something to eat in an emergency. There are people, however, that don’t plan ahead and will run short first. I suspect that would be the welfare moochers that don’t know how to cook and live on packaged food that their EBT cards pay for.

    It’s the first to riot that will be the first to be shot once there is no law enforcement because the cops quit to protect their families and when people realize that they need to actively protect anything they have because everything becomes rare and precious. I’d bet that most people haven’t prepared to go without for at least 6 months; they’re toast.

    Preppers have been the butt of jokes for years and still are even now when failure should be palpable. People in cities with piped in water, sewer lines that magically disappear waste, food that comes from the supermarket, electricity that comes out of the wall, don’t know how to use tools even if they had some, etc are going to be in for a shock. Cold weather alone will wreak havoc on a huge portion of the population as systems deteriorate due to equipment, spare parts (China) and expertise shortages.

    Before the covid nonsense, one of our businesses was food related. We threw out thousands of dollars worth of outdated food during lockdown. I’ve got at least a year’s worth of newly purchased food staples and well water plus RO gear with spare cartridges. I’ve got several years worth of paper products because they were intended for customer use before all the customers disappeared due to lockdown. I’ve got large propane tanks, water tanks, a generator, multiple freezers, solar, batteries, one 20′ container for my welding and metal working tools and another 20′ container for my woodworking, plumbing, electrical tools among lots of other stuff like water pumps, pressure tanks, commercial vacuum sealer, etc. I can fix or fabricate just about anything I need because I’m an engineer comfortable with materials and tooling. I also have the weaponry, ammo and mind set to protect it.

    BTW – If you can’t do it yourself, it won’t get done. Don’t think you can rely on any and all the services you’re accustomed to.

    • Agree: anarchyst
  9. @RadicalCenter

    I have early access to this video, so you need to wait for a few hours till it becomes readily available:

    I don’t agree with everything said, but it does offer a list of things to be concerned about.

    • Replies: @Ralph B. Seymour
  10. @RoatanBill

    Skousen, who I always thought was a good analyst, adds more confusion to the situation in Ukraine.

    The word “jew” never comes out of his mouth.

    I don’t get it.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  11. @Ralph B. Seymour

    He’s concerned with what to do given the current circumstances, not necessarily how they came about. What’s past is past and there’s nothing to be done about that now. That lots of people are responsible for the world’s mess, lots to most of them jews, doesn’t change the facts on the ground today.

    It’s like the endless finger pointing on covid. It changes nothing, can change nothing. Going forward, one hopes that the miscreants get hung, but that’s the future. The here and now is everyone’s problem.

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