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Nothing else to say. Every segment of American society is anti-white, to the detriment of the society white people uniquely created. It’s all a nosedive to the African mean from here… [United Airlines prepares to shake up white, male-dominated pilot population, Reuters, April 6, 2021]:

United Airlines said on Tuesday it wants women and people of color to make up at least half of the 5,000 pilots it plans to train this decade at its new flight school, a push to diversify a career traditionally dominated by white men.

The announcement comes as U.S. airlines resume pilot hiring halted last year during the pandemic and as they find themselves in the crosshairs of politically charged issues involving race.

“We want to make sure that we are tapping into a big deep talent pool and not limiting ourselves to just one section of the pond,” Chief Communications Officer Josh Earnest said on a Zoom call with journalists.

Chicago-based United joined Delta Air Lines and American Airlines on Monday in speaking out against voting restrictions following recent legislation in states like Georgia that activist groups say unfairly target Black and other racial minority voters.

United is the only major U.S. airline to own a flight school, the United Aviate Academy, which it bought last year just before vanishing demand because of the pandemic forced the industry to scale back its operations.

Now, as more Americans are vaccinated, airlines are ramping up again.

United plans to hire 10,000 pilots by 2030, half coming through its academy, and the rest from other airlines or the U.S. military.

Of United’s roughly 12,000 pilots, about 7% are women and 13% people of color, the company said.

There are fewer than 100 black women pilots flying for major airlines, United pilot Carole Hopson said on the call, adding this situation had to change.

Becoming a pilot can be a long and costly pursuit and the company is offering $1.2 million in academy scholarships.

The airline’s credit card partner, JPMorgan Chase, will fund another $1.2 million for women and people of color accepted to the academy, which expects to enroll 100 students this year.

United said it hopes the program gives it an advantage in recruiting and training pilots as the industry braces for a wave of retirements at the mandatory age of 65 and after thousands retired early during the pandemic.

How dare white men train to be pilots!

How dare white men excel at training to be pilots!

How dare People of Color don’t be immediately bestowed the honor of flying planes, without training to be pilots!

America, as presently constituted in its extreme anti-whiteness, is irredeemable.

White privilege is a myth. Extreme anti-whiteness from Corporate America is a fact.

 

 
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  1. All done flying large commercial carriers.
    I’ll drive thank you.

  2. In the future, the media will have to forego reporting on the names of the flight crews after any accidents. Hearing that Phelopia and Testicleeze were the captain and co-pilot would be racist.

  3. loren says:

    O M G

    Avoid Uniteds friendly skies.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    , @Hibernian
  4. We need to push hard on the framing that “white” really means ‘competent,” as in the black expression “acting white.” The war on whiteness is in essence a war on competency itself.

    • Thanks: Bert
    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  5. United Airlines said on Tuesday it wants women and people of color to make up at least half of the 5,000 pilots it plans to train this decade at its new flight school, a push to diversify a career traditionally dominated by white men.

    You’ve heard of ” If it ain’t Boeing, I ain’t going “. Now it’s gonna be ” If it ain’t white, I’ll catch another flight”.

    There are fewer than 100 black women pilots flying for major airlines, United pilot Carole Hopson said on the call…

    Thank Jesus, Joseph, and Mary.

    • LOL: Female in FL
  6. Expect the safety record of UAL to start tarnishing before your eyes.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    , @Rahan
  7. lloyd says: • Website

    Is it possible that with AI and deskilling, these airline companies are risking it for the sake of political peace? Malaysia has had more of its fair share of air crashes since it brought in affirmative action for all professions. Affirrmative action brings in an attitude of racial identity rather than strict merit. Ethiopian international airlines has international pilots when flying outside Africa. I suspect there will be more air crashes but they are bargaining on not enough to change the policy and admit demeriting. How will the airline CEOs and very important people fly? Will there be a secret roster? The rest of us are collateral damage.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
  8. AceDeuce says:

    Maybe they could spring Auburn Calloway from Supermax to train new “pilots of color”. Calloway is the negro pilot who, after spending time as a total waste in the Navy and working for and getting fired by another airline, got a job as a pilot with Fed Ex. When they too were going to can him in 1994, he hitched a ride on a flight and hijacked the plane trying to murder the crew while in flight and to crash the aircraft.

    https://www.commercialappeal.com/story/money/industries/logistics/2019/04/05/fedex-plane-hijacking-flight-705/3286453002/

    They can’t get David Burke, the negro airline worker who got fired in 1987 and snuck onboard an aircraft, shooting the crew in flight and causing a crash that killed 42 humans and his own cursed carcass. He “be daid”….

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Southwest_Airlines_Flight_1771

    Both of those “incidents” happened before “Obama set back race relations 50 years” according to the clueless Hank Hill whitecux.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    , @dindunuffins
  9. Rooster12 says:

    Every time I walk onto a plane and see a poc or woman pilot, I can’t unlench my buttcheeks until we land! Now when I see it I’m going to assume they were a diversity hire. It’s bad enough when they mess up your order at McDonalds, but being in control of 300 souls at 40,000ft is a whole different story… #I’llTaketheBus

  10. HT says:

    Only highly educated idiots could be stupid enough to believe you can actually replace competent white pilots with low IQ blacks just because you want to.

    • Replies: @loren
  11. Possumman says:

    They are doing such a good job for African airlines–what could go wrong.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  12. How many times have US taxpayers had to bailout the major airlines? I don’t know, but I’m sure that we haven’t seen the last one.

    Government money always comes with strings attached.

    NO on airline bailouts.
    NO on school vouchers.

  13. Dr. X says:

    God Almighty, that absolutely scares the living Bejeezus out of me.

    I’m not afraid of flying, but I dislike flying commercially, and have very little reason to anyway. This is simply means that I will put myself on a “no-fly” list…

  14. The left is famous for creating problems, and then often misplacing the blame when a tragedy occurs.
    Women serving for weeks at a time aboard submarines, among young males. No trouble here…until it most assuredly occurs.
    In 2017 a US warship collides with a tanker. Reason: the two women entrusted with navigation aren’t speaking to each other! Tough cookies.
    Can’t pass the army physical? No brainer – make it easier.
    Black and last in flight school class? No problem. We’ll still entrust you with hundreds of lives in a tube six miles in the air, because diversity must trump competence, you know. (I wonder how many United executives will place THIER lives in the hands of L’Atrocious at the wheel.)
    The list could continue off of the page.
    How can a country continue to exist, let alone remain strong, when malignant forces proceed to significantly weaken it in the name of inclusion and perception?
    It cannot.

    • Agree: Female in FL
    • Replies: @dindunuffins
  15. @loren

    If the POC just crashed their own planes that would be one thing, but they will probably crash into other planes and/or civilians on the ground….

    We are entering a period of peak idiocracy.

  16. Piglet says:

    There was a time when excellence was pursued and organizations would boast of having the best personnel to serve their customers. Now they brag about hiring people because they’re black or female or both, and not necessarily even competent, much less the best.

    A long time ago I was in a paratroop unit and I was confident in the skill, training and experience of my fellow unit members. Prior to a jump we’d be checked out by a jumpmaster to ensure we were rigged up properly, and he’d put us out of the aircraft at the right place to ensure we hit the drop zone. Never once did I wish for an AA hire jumpmaster to inspect my harness or put me out the door over the DZ because there was something about their skin color that made them magical and more qualified than whities.

  17. @Possumman

    With increased diversity in the cockpit add “bad juju” to “inclement weather” and “mechanical difficulties” as reasons for flight delays and cancellations.

    • LOL: El Dato, Swamp Fox
    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  18. Jbc37 says:

    Here’s a strange idea try being color blind when you hire people. And one more point after 40 years working in computers 98% of everyone I’ve worked with has not been African-American. But the African Americans that were in computer jobs were sharp as a tack.

    • Replies: @WSG
    , @AnalogMan
  19. Jbc37 says:

    A few things I learned while going to lunch with my black friend for 3 years at our computer job: one, he didn’t know white people sunburn, we thought that was pretty funny.. two, we talked about race for 3 years and laughed all the time. Three, he thought the problem with the black race was mostly that black males that have children and don’t raise them. Children NEED parents, not sperm donors.

    • Replies: @AnalogMan
    , @europeasant
  20. Hibernian says:
    @loren

    Notice the discount carriers, at least so far, haven’t joined in this nonsense.

  21. @advancedatheist

    There has already been a push to declare the word “inept” a racist slur.

    Because so many Africans-infesting-America are demonstrably inept.  Not to mention incompetent, lackadaisical, and a host of other pejoratives.

  22. Polistra says:
    @Mr. Rational

    All right-thinking people should demand that at least one major airline use only POC pilots. Then we can just sit back and watch the fun. It would also be the stock shorting opportunity of a lifetime.

    What’s that? They won’t do that? Why not?

  23. I’m done flying anyway. Between the TSA, the masks, the possibility of vaccine passports, nasty flight attendants, and the general degradation of the populace – obese, slovenly, loud, drunk, and increasingly soothed by the presence of their scam “service dogs” – I’ll remain grounded.

  24. Polistra says:
    @AceDeuce

    There was also the all-negro flight crew recorded by the black box (!) saying how they’s “gettin busy with the ladies” (white stewardesses) moments before the plane suddenly lost control and crashed. No survivors. Seems to have been scrubbed from the internet.

    • Replies: @High Mileage Flying
  25. As a former Marine aviator, I won’t be flying on United.

  26. @lloyd

    Airline CEOs and important people fly private. A friend of mine is a private pilot and I’ve had the opportunity to fly on the jet when it is empty going to certain cities, which I would spend a weekend or few days in and fly home commercial. Flying private is like taking a limo compared to taking a Greyhound bus that picks up passengers from prisons and mental institutions.

  27. Rahan says:
    @Mr. Rational

    Expect the safety record of UAL to start tarnishing before your eyes.

    Expect the US to start faking safety records, and force vassals and allies to participate, and the only objective evaluation will be from “Foreign agents spreading malicious disinformation and undermining trust in X”.

  28. Alas, United Airlines already has experience with the unintended but perhaps inevitable consequences of race-based pilot selection: United Express Flight 6291 which stalled and crashed on approach to Port Columbus International Airport in Columbus, Ohio on January 7, 1994.

    The inexperienced crew of a commuter airliner that crashed last winter in Columbus, Ohio, failed to notice the sophisticated new aircraft was losing speed, then inexplicably did the wrong thing when the stall warning activated, federal investigators said yesterday… Although the crew was properly trained and certified, the pilot and copilot were operating under a particularly heavy burden of inexperience, according to the board. The copilot had only 36 flying hours as an airline pilot, although he had flown single-engine aircraft for several years. The pilot had about 3,000 hours, a respectable amount of experience for a commuter pilot, but had been newly promoted to captain, newly promoted to the Jetstream 4101 and was flying for the first time in a plane with an autopilot and a sophisticated “glass cockpit” with new instruments and displays…

    Investigators described a crew that never fully stabilized the airplane on its approach, became distracted and began making an escalating number of small errors that amounted to “a very poorly planned and executed approach characterized by an absence of procedural discipline.”

    The board’s report said neither crew member monitored the plane’s critical airspeed or noticed it was slowing. When the stall warning activated about 300 feet above the runway, the pilot inexplicably failed to push the engines to full power and raised the wing flaps, which further robbed the plane of lift.

    https://archive.is/Zwbpu#selection-899.0-899.307

    The accident and subsequent investigation were the subject of a 2019 episode of the series known variously as Mayday, Air Crash Investigation, Air Emergency and Air Disasters:

    https://www.smithsonianchannel.com/video/series/air-disasters/69224

    The episode can almost be caricatured for its tiptoeing around the obvious issue.

    The official reason for the presence of inexperienced flight crew was of course not affirmative action but the unintended affects of a misguided labor-management agreement:

    One reason they had been promoted over more-experienced pilots was an agreement between the airline and the pilots’ union that locked crew members into jobs for 18 months to two years.

    Board members said the purpose of the agreement — to gain sufficient experience on each job — was laudable but had the unintended effect of preventing more-experienced pilots from being reassigned to the new aircraf t.

  29. Rooster12 says:
    @RoatanBill

    Don’t forget the mechanic Shitaveeous or flight attendant La Queefa!

  30. Nachum says:

    It’s good to see that on the airline’s original tweet, the comments are very, very sensible. They are especially harsh whenever the airline’s social media person pops up to defend the policy and claims that everyone will have to meet the same standards.

    The sad thing is, said social media person, who I’m guessing is a child, probably believes that.

  31. It’s gonna be funny when all these fresh brown diversity hire pilots nose dive a few airliners, killing many passengers. Well, not funny, but it will be interesting to see the media trying to spin this other than rampant incompetence. After Jamal crashes a 747, killing a bunch of people, is anyone going to question the narrative then?

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  32. Here’s where voting actually matters.

    Don’t fly United Airlines. Vote with your wallet and let them feel a negative reaction. Nothing else works as well.

  33. Eonic says:

    Somewhere -I can’t recall where – somebody was discussing the issue of quota hiring by American Airlines and United Airlines and its results. He provided a link which gives the details of some narrow escapes: https://web.archive.org/web/20070620140836/http://www.adversity.net/united/1_UAL_incidents.htm#xxbottom

    • Thanks: Female in FL
  34. Shitavious can’t shoot straight, now woketards want him to fly planes?

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  35. What’s new about this? Our lives are already put in danger by affirmative action candidates allowed into and being permitted to graduate medical school.

  36. FY United……guess I’m driving!!!

  37. You might want to review my old video on the Tuskegee Airmen. The video is about eight years old and it pertained to events about eighty years ago but some of the issues are still relevant today.

    Blacks should have made superior WWII fighter pilots because of their better eyes. At the relevant ages of fighter pilots, blacks have only about half as much myopia. Good eyesight was very important then. There was some radar in some planes but most enemy spotting was visual. See the enemy first. Shoot first. Ted Williams – the last .400 hitter – had terrific eyesight. They say he could see the stitching on the ball cover as it came toward him at 90 mph. I suspect that Richard Bong (our best American Ace) had similar eyes.

    Alas nature gives with one hand and takes away with the other. The human genome conjoins various attributes. It appears that the gene that expands your brain case is the same gene that expands your eye sockets. Big brains are an unalloyed good, but bigger, longer eyes than normal are out of focus. They are nearsighted. That’s why guys who ware glasses seem to be smarter. They are.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    , @Gunny
  38. loren says:
    @HT

    Idiots? liberals? anti whites, they are legion.

  39. Vinnie O says:

    Read Paul Kersey’s “Whitey on the Moon”. NASA cancelled the ENTIRE Apollo Program because there simply WEREN’T any negroes amongst the top 20 candidates from the DoD Test Pilot program (this from talent in both Engineering and in piloting. But The White House was adamant: I better see a BLACK face in the next set of Astronaut photos or the whole “manned space flight” thing is dead.

    So NASA invented the “space shuttle” program, where any experienced 737 pilot could qualify. And the purpose of the Space Shuttle was to build the Space Station and the purpose of the Space Station was to give the Space Shuttle someplace to GO. But after the Space Shuttle started KILLING PEOPLE live on TV, the only piece of the “USA Space Program” was the Space Station. So NASA buys tickets from the RUSSIANS so so-called “astronauts” can GET to the Space Station…

    • Replies: @Jameson
    , @dindunuffins
  40. Jan says:

    Piloting an airliner is no longer the elite occupation it once was even though it retains prestige. The airplanes pretty much fly themselves – the pilots are computer operators in a smart uniform.

    • Agree: Lancelot_Link
  41. Bite Moi says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Sick of Orcs——-Given negro marksmanship,Shitivaious won’t be able to either land or crash until the plane is outta gas.

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
  42. Bite Moi says:
    @Normy Nazi

    Normy Nazi——-Crash costs should come out of executive salaries/bonuses.

  43. @Sick 'n Tired

    Please tell us more about your private vs. commercial experiences.

    • passenger/TSA screening
    • virus/mask checks
    • private terminal and Grand Central
    • boarding (cattle) call.
    • locating an available, overhead bin.

    Thanks.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
  44. Lemmy says:

    If 13% of the pilots are POC and that equals the percentage of the US,
    then what is the issue?

    I don’t care about the total “number”, because that is not relevant.
    I go for the best service I can get, based on reputation.
    Car repair doctor’s,flights, basically everything.

    • Replies: @AR in Illinois
  45. Swamp Fox says:

    So the landing gear will have spinners?

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  46. @Kolya Krassotkin

    Giving you an LOL would be insufficient.

    I tried reading your comment to my wife but was laughing so hard I could barely get the words out.

    Well done.

    • Agree: WSG
  47. Anonymous[320] • Disclaimer says:

    I think the airline’s bottom line will ultimately overcome their desire to virtue signal, just like in any field where an incompetent affirmative action hire put in the wrong position can start costing lives. There have to be checks on the autonomy of those hires. In the airline’s case, they might hire a bunch of black women to be pilots, but they will always have a white male co-pilot fly with them. The black woman can have the prestige of being nominally in charge, but when a problem arises, there will at least be someone on board they know has the training and know-how to handle it.

    The same holds in medicine. Large hospitals are ravenous to hire black doctors, especially to put in their commercials and advertisements. However, while a handful of these black doctors are very competent, the rest can potentially get in over their heads. If a black doctor starts having a lot of complications or has multiple lawsuits for misdiagnosis or negligence filed against him or her, the hospital has to do something. Short of firing these doctors (which could be a disaster from a public relations standpoint), they often promote them into high-paid “administrative” positions in the hospital, where they can’t hurt patients or get into any real legal trouble.

    I saw this with a black doctor a family member saw first after getting diagnosed with cancer. She recommended my relative come in for extensive surgery that she would perform the following week. While she was confident she could remove most of the tumor, unfortunately my relative would be left with a permanent colostomy. Knowing something about the field, I told my relative to get a second opinion at a better hospital in the city where I live. Sure enough, the doctors there recommended chemotherapy first to shrink the tumor down, followed by a much less complicated surgery (and most importantly, no colostomy). We went with that option and my relative is doing just fine 8 years later. I recently checked in to see what that black doctor my relative first saw was up to these days. She is still working at the same hospital, but sure enough, is now “senior vice president and associate CEO” of that hospital’s whole medical network, a purely administrative position.

  48. Well does the NBA work against having predominantly black players? No?

  49. Jameson says:
    @Vinnie O

    This documentary about the Old Negro Space Program is worth watching. And it looks like there are a few more related videos in the list:

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  50. I’m getting this mental image, of a spoof from that old “Twilight Zone” episode where the woman keeps having nightmares about the hospital morgue and the nurse that says “Room for One More, Honey!”

    At the end, she boards an airplane, and the stewardess says the same thing. Woman freaks out, refuses to board. Plane takes off without her, and blows up. Nowadays, I could see something like, the woman starting to board the plane, and then there’s a cut with a black pilot saying “Yo Baby, come fly wit’ ME!” Cut back to the woman running back into the boarding room, plane taking off, and blowing up. And then cue Rod Serling, albeit slightly edited…”The cure to some nightmares is not to be found in known medical journals. You look for it under ‘potions for bad dreams’ – to be found in the Twilight Zone.”

    And that’s what this woke society has been turning into…a damn nightmare!

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  51. “So the landing gear will have spinners?”

    I don’t care who you are, that there’s funny 😛

  52. Anonymous[334] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s bad enough when they are in the cabin of the plane. Cockpit? No thanks.

    • LOL: Sick 'n Tired
  53. lloyd says: • Website
    @Jan

    I guess you are 99 per cent right. The trouble is the 1 percent. Pilots also have to be completely reliable as regards analysis and alertness when something goes wrong in the cock pit, also don’t break the social rules and don’t have women’s problem at the wrong time. Then hundreds of lives may be lost.

  54. WSG says:
    @Jbc37

    My 22-year career as a programmer contradicts your claim. I’ve never met, let alone worked with, a member of this race who I would define as very intelligent. My entire career has been in Georgia, which is utterly infested with orcs, so surely I would have encountered these unicorns of which you speak? Nice try, though. The fact that you actually use that idiotic euphemism “African-American” tells me everything I need to know about you.

  55. For the sake of “justice”, they should hire blind pilots: blind people are horribly under-represented among pilots. This needs to be corrected.

  56. @Patrick Boyle

    Chuck Yaeger didn’t need reading glasses until he was well into his 70s. He attributed his good eyesight to hunting squirrels and rabbits before school when he was 6-7 to help put food on his family’s table.

  57. @Detroit Refugee

    I had already taken that step, when the porno-scanners and gate-gropes were put in place post-2001. I was confirmed in it when covid gave the gub’mint welfare-queen airlines another chance to show how much they hate their customers. As you say, we now have yet another reason to stay away. If it’s too far to drive, I’m not going.

    But that doesn’t get us off the hook entirely, especially those who live near an airport. When Da’Quan and Shaniqua manage to drive they airplane into the ground, our houses may be in the way. Sucks to be us, I guess.

  58. @Abolish_public_education

    I haven’t flown private since before the virus, but I am sure it is much more lax than any of these standard flights. The screening at the private terminals is fairly relaxed, they check your name/ID to a manifest and pretty much waive you thru. Twice we drove straight to the plane on the tarmac and unloaded our bags, but I usually never brought more than a carry on with me. No overhead bins on the plane he worked on, they had a little closet to stow personal belongings/small bags. It was a really great experience that quickly spoils you to air travel, for me especially because a few days after flying private, I’d be standing in line for TSA with the rest of the cattle at whichever commercial airport I was flying back home from.

  59. @Lemmy

    Yeah, and that’s ALWAYS White people!!!

  60. El Dato says:

    Flying Pyramids…
    Flying Planes…

    What’s the difference, really?

  61. @Oil 'n Water

    Just look to South Africa. Their WHOLE military , aviation, transportation, infrastructure…ALL DESTROYED,broken down,accidents,incompetence to the maxx…why, BECAUSE OF blacks being allowed to destroy all of it. MUH DIVERSITY!!! Look how many plane crashes were happening in some other African country. I forget which one. But there was a spate of plane crashes …and guess what the narrative that was being pushed….not the incompetence of black pilots…but that the planes were defective in some way. BS…. IT is because of black incompetence. It wasn’t the planes.Planes are to advanced for low IQ black African primitives.

    • Replies: @Etruscan Film Star
  62. @AceDeuce

    Now I want everyone to realize, THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS to the MAJORITY of Police and black suspooks all the time. And yet there is NO understanding or appreciation for what Cops have no choice in. “””Airline pilots are trained for hijacking scenarios, Hirschman said, but the training is typically focused on de-escalating the situation and reasoning with the would-be hijacker. “””((((But the crew knew immediately their situation was different, Hirschman said.”””))))

    (((“It wasn’t a situation in which talking and trying to de-escalate the situation was going to help,”))) Hirschman said. “They were in a fight for their lives from the moment they were attacked.”….I bet you in today’s hyper black worshiping insanity that this Airline pilot situation/attitude would never stand. And all White pilots would be doxxed out of existence.

  63. @Vinnie O

    YES!!!!!!! DIVERSITY killed the space program.Especially when they hired that muzzie to lead NASA! That’s all the Ahole cares about. Never mind that all the contract out to the lowest bidder to build the shuttles. DUH!!!

  64. loren says:

    article at stormer about attacks on asians

    Blacks are all of a sudden attacking Asians on a large scale.

    Soon, blacks are going to start attacking white people. They are going to rob, rape and kill us.

  65. Slightly OT, but keep an eye on the UK’s first hijab-wearing firefighter. Maybe she’ll be on duty when a UAL flight crashes at Heathrow.

    • Replies: @loren
  66. Jameson says:

    Most people would take a job that perhaps they are just barely qualified for, fake it till you make it, as the saying goes. But think about it seriously, there are some jobs that no matter what they offered you, you wouldn’t take it because you wouldn’t want to be so far in over your head and really screw things up bad. Seems like flying a jumbo jet with hundreds of innocent people on board would be such a job. Getting preferential treatment all through school and into a profession may play some games with your head, perhaps they aren’t really able to critically assess their own abilities or shortcomings. Must be hard to realize that all of your failings really aren’t due to racism.

    • Replies: @CDebussey
  67. Trevor says:
    @loren

    There is an article about exactly that right now on UNZ.

    https://www.unz.com/article/the-anti-asian-attacks-are-the-pre-show-for-mass-anti-white-attacks/

    You don’t have to go to a neo-nazi site to find out about it. Not to disparage that site. They have had some well-written credible articles but hard to use because of the source.

    • Replies: @AnalogMan
  68. D-FENS says:

    Don’t forget that change in the way air traffic control candidates are selected that was implemented under Obama. Because too many air traffic controllers were White males who had military experience as ATCs, the test to qualify for the program was changed to a questionnaire that asked such questions as “What sports do you enjoy?” The candidates still had to successfully complete the training program but I’ll bet the failure rate was high, choking off the supply of ATCs forcing more overtime on existing controllers. And I’ll bet standards were dropped as well.

    Another matter: It looks like Biden wants to raise the corporate income tax rate. In years past, I would have opposed this. Now I don’t give a fuck. If corporations want to stop it, they can go to Pride parades and BLM riots and get their new found friends to sign a petition against it.

    • Agree: Female in FL
  69. AnalogMan says:
    @Jbc37

    Well, now, that is a radical idea. Strangely, I also spent over 40 years in the software development business, and I can recall only one black programmer in any of the shops I worked in. Not in my team, so I have no idea how good he was, but I assume if he had been good, that would have been remarkable enough that I would have heard about it.

    In South Africa, the Computer Society, as SA descended toward civilizational collapse, tried to get on the bandwagon with special training programmes for blacks. They found it was not possible. Babuntus just don’t think like people. They can’t grasp the underlying concepts.

    So that 2% of programmers that were black and as sharp as a tack, I’m guessing was a single individual. Not impossible, but highly unlikely and not exactly a trend. Or as an academic friend of mine put it: “The plural of ‘anecdote’ is not ‘data’.”

    “In South America, the Indians always walk in single file. At least, the one I saw did.”

  70. AnalogMan says:
    @Jbc37

    the problem with the black race was mostly that black males that have children and don’t raise them.

    No, that’s not the problem. That is one symptom of the problem.

    • Agree: AceDeuce, CDebussey
  71. @loren

    I say “Bring it on”. I am ready and more than capable to drop them in their tracks…and then just walk away. F these a-holes.

  72. @loren

    They are already doing this. Remember the white girl who was drugged, raped, left for dead by two African-American gentlefellows? Yeah, I didn’t think so, it happened a couple weeks back.

  73. loren says:

    ‘Done Ignoring Racism’ – Tishaura Jones Elected First Black Female Mayor of St. Louis.

    How does a bankrupt restauranteur get elected as St. Louis’ treasurer? Now this failed restaurant owner is St. Louis’ mayor?

  74. @WSG

    My 22-year career as a programmer contradicts your claim. I’ve never met, let alone worked with, a member of this race who I would define as very intelligent. My entire career has been in Georgia, which is utterly infested with orcs, so surely I would have encountered these unicorns of which you speak?

    I’ve had to deal with IT for about 30 years now, over the course of my career. Over that time, I can think of one that really stands out. This was back in the early/mid 2000s, and she truly was a unicorn. She was knowledgeable AND friendly/easy to talk to, almost enough to make you believe in “Paint Job Theory!” Other than that, there’s two others that come to mind. One, from back in the late 90’s/early 2000’s that was nice enough, one of those religious types, but it didn’t let it consume him. But, from what I’ve heard, he was pretty useless when it came to work. He got laid off, which is somewhat rare for an orc…usually the company would let a more qualified White go first!

    Currently, there’s one black in our IT group. He’s well-paid, but mostly just answers phones between his cigarette breaks, and transfers calls to people who can actually fix things. He’s actually not that bad to deal with. He’s loud, can sometimes get a bit full of himself, but usually fairly friendly. He’s from North Carolina originally, and a little bit country. I think the “country” counteracts the “jungle” somewhat, in his disposition.

    So, in my limited experience, I’d say of the three, one was excellent, a “talented tenth” or whatever you want to call her. The other two, sort of mid-pack. Nothing really stand-out, but nothing really horrible either. Even though the one did get laid off. But, the fact that, over my 30 years of work, I can only think of three blacks in IT, that probably says something right there…that many of them simply aren’t qualified, in the first place.

  75. @Jameson

    I can’t believe I didn’t think to repost that classic gag.

  76. @Jbc37

    “A few things I learned while going to lunch with my black friend for 3 years at our computer job: one, he didn’t know white people sunburn”

    When I worked in IT, I also learned a few things from Black folks.

    1. One of them did not know that Stevie Wonder played with the Funkadelics.
    2. Two of them did not believe that Aztecs conducted human sacrifices. They said it was all made up by White people to make the Aztecs Indians look bad.
    3. They all believed that all White people were guilty of racism and slavery.

    But otherwise they were fairly competent but not trusted with the real complex projects.

    • Replies: @loren
    , @Lancelot_Link
  77. Definitely won’t be flying the unfriendly and soon to be dangerous negro skies of America anymore.

  78. loren says:
    @europeasant

    3. They all believed that all White people were guilty of racism and slavery.

    –perhaps its jealousy, disguised.

  79. Gunny says:

    “ United declined to say how much the flight academy would cost students but said it would fund $1.2 million in scholarships “to break down the financial barriers that limited access to the airline pilot career path for generations of women and people of color. JPMorgan Chase said it will provide another $1.2 million in scholarships to help increase diversity.”

    JP Morgan/Chase Execs should be required to fly United with their diversity hires.

    I can only image how many instructors will walk away from this school after seeing the crop of trainees they’re be signing off on.

    • Replies: @loren
  80. Jiminy says:

    It’s just like the magical state of Wakanda, only it’s now happening there in America. You can blame old Stan Lee for all of this. Exposing the U.S. blacks to seeing what their highly advanced and technical African brethren are achieving. Suddenly life imitating art.

  81. Gunny says:
    @Patrick Boyle

    @ Pat Boyle,

    So good to see you posting again. Hope things are well with you.

  82. @Jan

    Piloting an airliner is no longer the elite occupation it once was even though it retains prestige. The airplanes pretty much fly themselves – the pilots are computer operators in a smart uniform.

    Maybe piloting hasn’t the elite status it used to, but airliners do not “pretty much fly themselves.” Flight computers handle routine phases of flight such as cruise and normal navigation. Critical phases in which most accidents occur — takeoff, approach, and landing — definitely require pilot input and skill. And while transceivers report ordinary altitude and course information to controllers on the ground, personal pilot-controller radio communication is essential at times. Finally, in urgent or emergency situations the pilots’ understanding what’s going on and what they must do in response is supremely important.

    No compromises or lowered standards for safety-critical professions! Aviation must be shielded from diversity hiring. That includes pilots, controllers, technicians, and programmers.

    • Replies: @europeasant
  83. @dindunuffins

    IT is because of black incompetence. It wasn’t the planes.Planes are to advanced for low IQ black African primitives.

    Regulations still keep children from driving cars. Soon that will no longer apply, once autonomous vehicles are mandated to Save the Earth.

    • Replies: @loren
  84. Bite Moi says:
    @WSG

    WSG——There is no such thing as African-American.The correct term is Africans in America.

    • Agree: europeasant
  85. Bite Moi says:
    @PO'd in PG County

    PO’d in PG County—–In 1977,i flew coach from Texas to Atlanta.Due to bad weather i spent 90 minutes stacked up awaiting landing.90 minutes tilted sideways wearing a squealing, obese black female. Haven’t flown since.

    • Replies: @Oil 'n Water
    , @Piglet
  86. loren says:
    @Gunny

    what lies..any IQ 110 black who wants to learn to fly can go in the air force.

    oh, felons not welcome. what % of them is that?

  87. loren says:
    @Etruscan Film Star

    circa 1999 a tiny girl [pushed by her mama] tried flying a plane, crashed a few hours later, dead.

    her mom ‘well she gave it her best shot’.

  88. @Bite Moi

    …tilted sideways wearing a squealing, obese black female. Haven’t flown since.

    That’d do it.

  89. AnalogMan says:
    @Trevor

    .. and yet – Here you are!

    • LOL: Trevor
  90. CDebussey says:
    @Jameson

    Getting preferential treatment all through school and into a profession may play some games with your head, perhaps they aren’t really able to critically assess their own abilities or shortcomings.

    Just looking at the unwarranted, overblown levels of self confidence with many of these people is enough to promote howls of laughter. I’m not completely convinced that ignorance and lack of self awareness are always connected, but with what I’ve witnessed in 30+ years of technical work it damn sure helps to know your limitations.

  91. Piglet says:
    @Bite Moi

    I had the same experience riding on an all-night Amtrak train that stopped about every hour to pick up and let off (mostly orc) passengers. I was squeezed against the window by a humongous female orc sitting next to me. Unfortunately railroads no longer carry cattle so they don’t have cattle cars, which would have been more appropriate for this cow.

    Never again.

    • LOL: europeasant
    • Replies: @Female in FL
    , @D-FENS
  92. Piglet says:
    @Jan

    Try going through pilot training in the military and let me know if you still think aircraft fly themselves.

    I can assure you they do not.

  93. @europeasant

    Stevie Wonder didn’t play with what I’m guessing Parliament/Funkadelic, i.e. he played for George Clinton in his band.

    I don’t think this is the case unless tou mean he jammed with him or shared a stage.

  94. @Piglet

    Took the auto train out of Lorton to Florida, never again. That thing runs on colored people time. They made an announcement regarding smoking, if they caught you having a smoke, they kicked you off. Unfortunately I don’t smoke or I would have been puffing away.

  95. Shango says:
    @WSG

    What do you disprove of the term “African American”?

  96. @Etruscan Film Star

    “Critical phases in which most accidents occur — takeoff, approach, and landing — definitely require pilot input and skill”

    Then please explain the MAX 737 crashes and grounding of same until software was fixed?

  97. D-FENS says:
    @Piglet

    Same thing happened to me on a flight from Honolulu to Atlanta.

    Agony!

  98. Remind me never to fly again. Its Mariel Boatlift style rafts from now on.

  99. USA1943 says:

    Meritocracy is ALWAYS the best way.

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