Black Panics and White Hispanics

Mike Adams, Townhall, April 24, 2012

In my many years of serving on faculty hiring committees, I have often heard the statement “minorities and women are encouraged to apply.” It usually follows in close proximity to the statement “our institution does not discriminate on the basis of race.” The two statements cannot be reconciled by logic. But, then again, logic is considered a form of white oppression at the postmodern university.

Nor can those hiring statements be validated empirically. Not all minorities are encouraged specifically to apply at my university. Orthodox Jews are not encouraged. White Mormons are not encouraged. And neither are white Hispanics. We really discriminate when we take affirmative action against discrimination. I hope someday we take affirmative action against illogic.

This practice of establishing certain preferred minorities has been going on for a long time.

Make no mistake about it: At issue in the Zimmerman case is not whether he had a right to overpower Martin. The power struggle in the Zimmerman case stems from race-baiters’ worry that Hispanics will overtake blacks as the most powerful racial interest group in America. {snip}


Of course, the one-drop rule operates differently with respect to Hispanics. Black civil rights leaders now want to say that having a single drop of white blood means you are white, not Hispanic. The reason for that is obvious: open-border immigration has made Hispanics the largest minority in America—numerically, if not politically, speaking.


The gradual displacement of blacks as America’s preferred minority is producing a powder keg of racial tension in Florida and elsewhere. So much so that even the normally wise Bill Cosby can’t quite come to terms with it. Cosby wants to think this is all about guns but it isn’t. It’s about race, Bill. And the wave of inter-racial violence in the wake of the Zimmerman release should have tipped you off.


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  • Hunter Morrow

    Before the New York Times used the phrase “White Hispanic” to describe Zimmerman the New York Times had only used the phrase “White Hispanic” 2 times since its inception in 1851. Yes, 1851. It used the phrase “White Hispanic” about once every 80 years.

    I don’t buy that phrase for a second. You are White or you are not. Zimmerman is visually non-White and identifies as a Hispanic. In fact, he is clearly Peruvian. The phrase “White Hispanic” is nonsense. Is Tiger Woods a White Asian Black? No, people call him black and that is what he calls himself.


    • Natassia

      I wish they could come up with a concrete definition for Hispanic.

      • Simonetta

        Hispanics are the fastest growing minority because the definition is so loose that anyone can qualify as being Hispanic.  Do you speak spanish at home?  Well I say the occasional “por favor” , “gracias” and “amigo” at home?  Does that qualify me?  Do I actually have to use properly conjugated verb forms?  With a grammar book and a few weeks I can do that also. 

         But what about all the people in “Latin America” that don’t speak Spanish?  The largest and most populous country in South America doesn’t speak Spanish.   Brazilians speaks Portugese.  Guianians speak Dutch.  Belizians speak English.  Guatamalians speak Mayan.  Are these people Hispanics?  Are the people in Barcelona Hispanics?  Their language is a real stretch from Spanish spoken in Los Angeles.

           Well you are Hispanic if you have a Spanish name.  Even if you’re a Swedish blonde bimbo whose mother was married for a while to a guy with a Spanish name.  Like Cameron Diaz.   And what of all those people in remote Phillipines islands who don’t speak a word of Spanish or English but have Spanish family names given to them by missionaries two hundred years ago?  Are they Hispanic?   Or the people descended from Swiss and German immigrants living in Swiss/German towns in the Argentine Andies mountains?  People like Juanita Buechhalter and Jorge Guerntz?  Swiss/German Argentines.  Are they Hispanic?  How come the Jamacians are not Hispanic while the Puerto Rican/Jewish/Italian/Irish  ethnic mix people who have lived in New York City for four generations are?

           Truth is, anyone can be Hispanic according to US government guidelines. Even you if you tried.

        • Natassia

          I’m 50% Portuguese. I very well could be “Hispanic” if I tried. How hard is it to change one’s name anyway? 🙂

    • diversity_is_a_hate_crime

      We need to publicize black vs hispanic violence as much as possible.

      MSM will say that the trend must be wrong, must be invented by racist Whites who are desperately trying to hold on to their outdated White privilege, because EVERYONE KNOWS THAT DIVERSITY IS OUR GREATEST STRENGTH, and inter-Diversity violence is just the desperate voices of the unheard crying out for justice for their plight of exclusion from Whites Only gated communities.

      Now Deon Sanders was attacked by his wife. She’s a Diversity. How did that happen?

  • JackKrak

    If Zimmerman is a “White Hispanic”, then surely Obama is a “White Black”.

  • In my many years of serving on faculty hiring committees, I have often
    heard the statement “minorities and women are encouraged to apply.” It
    usually follows in close proximity to the statement “our institution
    does not discriminate on the basis of race.” The two statements cannot
    be reconciled by logic.

    Because it’s not meant to be logical.  They’re code words for “no white men need apply.”

    • robinbishop34

      Critical theorists successfully politicized logic long ago.

    • The__Bobster

      Whenever I saw a “help wanted” ad like that, I knew I’d be wasting my time applying for that job. It was even worse when it said “minorities STRONGLY encouraged”.

  • On related matters, the political class and the media have been all in a tizzy the last few years about the “tidal wave” of the Hispanic vote.  As it turns out, that meme was all a result of this statistic:

    “Between 2004 and 2008, for instance, white turnout fell 1 percent, while Latino turnout rose 3 percent.”

    To put it another way, between 2004 and 2008, Bill Gates got 1% poorer, and I got 3% richer.  Oh boy, I’m really on my way.

  • diversity_is_a_hate_crime

    The “women and minorities are encouraged to apply” doesn’t bother us a bit, nor does it White men who want jobs.

    Have you ever heard of a lawsuit brought by a White man demanding justice because the job ad “created an impression of hostile and unwelcoming working conditions and environment because of my race and gender which discouraged me from applying”?

    Never. Therefore, White men somehow don’t mind discrimination when it hurts them.  If they don’t care, we don’t care.

    • MikeofAges

       Whites have won these lawsuits. Usually, the plaintiffs are law enforcement or firefighters. The are the only people who have the necessary combination of group cohesiveness, assertive attitude and financial resources to pursue these actions. Everyone else is hopeless divided. Churches, unions, educational institutions, corporations will not assist impacted individuals. The rich and the middle class will not help the poor. It’s almost like the Biblical parable of the Mark of the Beast. Refuse to wear it and you are driven out to the margins of existence.

  • Impertinent

    Even the “progressive” morons at the  NYT…..know what’s coming.

    And I say…it’s about time the race pimps know what they’re facing.

  • Rocky Bass

    “Least Ability to Compete” Try NO ability.

    Then again your correct, in that NONE would be the least.

  • Kurt Plummer

    Measure your strength by the strength of your enemies do you?

    How about their TFRs?

    Blacks hover at around 2.0-2.5  It would be higher except that they kill and incarcerate themselves faster than they can breed and their women are both ugly and insanely aggressive.

    Hispanics run anywhere from 3.2 to 4.4, depending on the proximity of the last ‘Amnesty’ (Race Replacement by any other name…) date.

    Hispanics organize better.  Have more political as geographical savvy and are generally -right here- (or just over the border) already such that there is no reason NOT to assume that the percentages won’t be reversed by 2100:  60+% Hispanic and 27-35% White.  In our own nation.  We could shut down black population growth by shutting down immigration from Africa and/or the SSI system.

    Look at Mexico and see what the Hispanics do when left to themselves.

    Now look at global population centers-

    And _understand_ that there are 21 million people living in what amounts to a giant colonias slum called Mexico City.

    Only Seoul and Tokyo have more sprawl.

    How about we ACKNOWLEDGE _white superiority_ in our ability to control our birth rates and not be driven to utter social entropy by the simple act of overpopulation?  This is something no other race on the planet has managed to achieve.  Not the supposedly ‘smarter’ Asians nor the Africans nor the Hispanics or Arabs. 

    I fear the mestizo as much if not more than the black.  And that’s saying something, given where I live I am surrounded hothitoes and playas of both varieties.

  • xxxtonygunsxxx

    Dershowitz leveled his bombshell charges in an interview Wednesday
    with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly. The Harvard law professor, noted for winning
    an acquittal of  Claus Von Bulow in the case that inspired the film
    “Reversal of Fortune,” said Cory overreached by charging Zimmerman with
    second-degree murder. And he said the affidavit she filed in support of
    the charges was illegal because it did not include evidence favorable to

    “If there are riots, it will be the prosecutor’s fault because she overcharged, raised expectations.”- Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law professor

    “This affidavit submitted by the prosecutor in the Florida case is a crime,” Dershowitz said. “It’s a crime.”
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  • radical7

    Yes they will.