‘Why Don’t We Have Any White Kids?’

N.R. Kleinfield, New York Times, May 11, 2012

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{snip} This classroom at Explore Charter School in Flatbush, Brooklyn, was full of black students in a school almost entirely full of black students. {snip}

In the broad resegregation of the nation’s schools that has transpired over recent decades, New York’s public-school system looms as one of the most segregated. While the city’s public-school population looks diverse—40.3 percent Hispanic, 32 percent black, 14.9 percent white and 13.7 percent Asian—many of its schools are nothing of the sort.

About 650 of the nearly 1,700 schools in the system have populations that are 70 percent a single race, a New York Times analysis of schools data for the 2009-10 school year found; more than half the city’s schools are at least 90 percent black and Hispanic. Explore Charter is one of them: of the school’s 502 students from kindergarten through eighth grade this school year, 92.7 percent are black, 5.7 percent are Hispanic, and a scattering are of mixed race. None are white or Asian. {snip} The school’s makeup is in line with charter schools nationally, which are over all less integrated than traditional public schools.

At Explore, as at many schools in New York City, children trundle from segregated neighborhoods to segregated schools, living a hermetic reality.

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Tim Thomas, a fund-raiser who is white and lives in Flatbush, writes a blog called The Q at Parkside, about the neighborhood. He has spoken to white parents trying to comprehend why the local schools aren’t more integrated, even as white people move in. “They say things like they don’t want to be guinea pigs,” he said. “The other day, one said, ‘I don’t want to be the only drop of cream in the coffee.’ ”

Decades of academic studies point to the corroding effects of segregation on students, especially minorities, both in diminished academic performance and in the failure to equip them for the interracial world that awaits them.

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One way race presents itself at Explore is in the makeup of the teaching staff. It is 61 percent white and 35 percent black, a sensitive subject among many students and parents who would prefer more black teachers. Most of the administration and central staff members—including the school’s founder, the current principal, the upper-school’s academic head and the lower-school’s academic head, as well as the high school counselor and social worker—are white.

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AFTER school one Tuesday, 10 students assembled in a classroom to talk about the school and race. {snip}

What did they think of the absence of racial diversity?

“It doesn’t really prepare us for the real world,” said Tori Williams, an eighth grader. “You see one race, and you’re going to be accustomed to one race.”

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Shakeare Cobham, in sixth grade, offered a different view: “It’s more comfortable to be with people of your own race than to be with a lot of different races.”

Tori came back: “I disagree. It doesn’t prepare us.”

Yata Pierre, in eighth grade, said, “It doesn’t really matter as long as your teachers are good teachers.”

Trevon Roberts-Walker, a sixth grader, responded, “When we are in high school and college, it’s not going to be all one race.”

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Ashira Mayers, in seventh grade, said: “We’d like to hear from other races. How do they feel? What’s happening with them?”

Later on, Ashira elaborated: “We will sometimes talk about why don’t we have any white kids? We wonder what their schools are like. We see them on TV, with the soccer fields and the biology labs and all that cool stuff. Sometimes I feel I have to work harder because I don’t have all that they have. A lot of us think that way.”

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Explore students wear uniforms and have a longer school day and year than the students in the other schools in the building, schools with which they have a difficult relationship. A great deal of teaching is done to the state tests, the all-important metric by which schools are largely judged. In the hallway this spring, before the tests, a calendar counted down the days remaining until the next round.

Explore’s academic performance has been inconsistent. Last year, the school got its charter renewed for another five years, and this year, for the first time, three students, including Jahmir, got into specialized high schools. Yet, on Explore’s progress report for the 2010-11 school year, the Education Department gave it a C (after a B the previous year). In student progress, it rated a D.

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Convinced that student unruliness was impeding learning, the school installed a rigid discipline system. Infractions—for transgressions like calling out without permission, frowning after being given a demerit, being off task—lead to detention for upper-school students. On some days, 50 students land in detention, a quarter of the upper school.

Positive behavior does bring rewards, like making the Respect Corps, which allows a student to wear an honorary T-shirt. Winning an attendance contest can lead to treats for the class or the freedom to wear jeans.

Still, some students have taken to referring to Explore as “the prison school.”

Oout of uniform and barefoot, Amiyah Young was getting her books in order for homework. She was at home, two blocks from school, in an apartment she shares with her grandparents, mother and 2-year-old brother. {snip}

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Would it be better if it were integrated?

“I think they would stop calling me white girl if there were white kids,” she said. “Because my skin is a little lighter and I can’t dance, they call me that. Some of them can’t dance, either.”

What else?

“I could talk the way I talk.”

Other students speak street slang that she repudiates: “They will say to me, ‘You are so white.’ I tell them, I have two black parents. Do I look white?”

She had been having trouble making friends. This year, her mother noticed a speech change. “She’s slacking off more to fit in,” Ms. Kingston said. “She’s saying: ‘I been there.’ ‘I done that.’ ”

Amiyah confirmed this: “I speak a bit more freelance with my friends. Not full sentences. I don’t use big words. They hate it when I do that.”

She said she had become more popular.

Other students also relate the use of parlance linked to skin color. Shakeare Cobham, one of Amiyah’s friends, said: “If you’re darker, they’ll call them burnt. Light-skinned ones get called white.”

Zierra Page, who is in eighth grade, said: “The lighter-skinned girls think they’re prettier. They’ll say: ‘She’s mad dark. Look at me, I’m much prettier.’ ”

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Amiyah said, “The white teachers can’t relate as much to us no matter how hard they try—and they really try.”

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She is curious about better-off white children. “I’d like to see how they would react in the classroom when we have dance parties,” she said. “I’d like to see how they would react to a birthday party. And to being around so many of us. I’d like to see what they would think of some of the girls in our school who have big hair and those big earrings.”

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Marc Engel, a former investment banker turned librarian and media coordinator at Explore, is 53 and white. He frets about power differentials and how to transcend race, how to steer the students’ inner compass. “I worry so much about their role models,” he said. “The rap stars. The fashion models. The basketball players.”

He has his way of trying to fit in. “I call every kid brother and sister,” he said. “I say, hey, brother; hey, sister. One kid once asked me, ‘Are you my uncle?’ ”

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Many of the teachers are young, from different backgrounds, and there is steady turnover—from 25 percent to 35 percent in each of the past three years, a persistent issue at charter and high-poverty schools.

Tracy Rebe, the principal, is leaving this year. Her replacement, the fourth in the school’s short history, will be the first black principal, though not by design.

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A gauazy night in early spring, and the PTA meeting in the auditorium drew about three dozen parents. {snip}

Lakisha Adams, 35, who has three children in the school, spoke brightly of a Harlem mentoring program: “It teaches about how to shake someone’s hand, how to walk without your pants dragging down. This is all black. We put our kids in a lot of programs with kids that don’t look like us. Our kids don’t relate to Great Neck.”

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“I don’t know that segregation is this horrible thing,” Ms. Adams said. “The problem with segregation is the assumption that black is bad and white is good. Black can be great. That’s what I instill my kids with.”

Would she prefer an integrated school? “I can’t say that I would.”

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  • MissBonnie123

    “I don’t know that segregation is this horrible thing,” Ms. Adams said.

    I truly believe that voluntary, legal segregation in every aspect of life is the way of the future. I believe most people, especially adults, prefer to be around their own kind. There is nothing wrong with this. It is human nature to want to be around people like yourself.

    The faster we realize this, the faster we can come up with REAL solutions instead of trying the same “solutions” repeatedly.

  • Charter schools hardly have any whites because most charter schools are constructed and opened with “Afrocentic” themes.  Some states (like mine) only allow charter schools in cities that are heavily black.

    One way race presents itself at Explore is in the makeup of the teaching
    staff. It is 61 percent white and 35 percent black, a sensitive subject
    among many students and parents who would prefer more black teachers.

    That’s because charter schools love to hire Can’t Teach for America program graduate social justice dingbats.  They usually flame out in short order.

    “It doesn’t really prepare us for the real world,” said Tori Williams,
    an eighth grader. “You see one race, and you’re going to be accustomed
    to one race.”

    Racial homogeneity is the “real world,” that is, the uninhibited real world where sociocultural commissars didn’t try to “diversify” everything.

    Trevon Roberts-Walker, a sixth grader, responded, “When we are in high school and college, it’s not going to be all one race.”

    If you go to a charter high school and an HBCU, it will be.

    Ashira Mayers, in seventh grade, said: “We’d like to hear from other races. How do they feel? What’s happening with them?”

    I’m not sure she would like some of the answers she would get.

    Explore students wear uniforms and have a longer school day and year
    than the students in the other schools in the building, schools with
    which they have a difficult relationship. A great deal of teaching is
    done to the state tests, the all-important metric by which schools are
    largely judged…….Convinced that student unruliness was impeding learning, the school
    installed a rigid discipline system. Infractions—for transgressions like
    calling out without permission, frowning after being given a demerit,
    being off task—lead to detention for upper-school students. On some
    days, 50 students land in detention, a quarter of the upper school.  Positive behavior does bring rewards, like making the Respect Corps,
    which allows a student to wear an honorary T-shirt. Winning an
    attendance contest can lead to treats for the class or the freedom to
    wear jeans.  Still, some students have taken to referring to Explore as “the prison school.”

    If you’re to have any sort of “success” teaching most blacks, you pretty much do have to run a prison-like environment.

    Marc Engel, a former investment banker turned librarian and media
    coordinator at Explore, is 53 and white. He frets about power
    differentials and how to transcend race, how to steer the students’
    inner compass. “I worry so much about their role models,” he said. “The
    rap stars. The fashion models. The basketball players.”

    Do-gooder.  The next news story we read with his name in it, the NYPD will be drawing a chalk line around his body on account of the usual suspects.

     

    •  Some twenty years ago, my child had a black kindergarten teacher who decided to teach  Afro-Centric…which, by the way, is a fictitious construct, since Africa is home to many differing, some are wildly differing cultures and languages.
      Nevertheless, she began teaching Swahili to the kids in her class, when the other kindergarten class was teaching the alphabet and numbers in English.
      I told my neighbor, a black woman whose daughter was in the white teacher’s kindergarten class about this, and she thought I was kidding.
      “We got enough problems in the black community without this bullshit,”  she said.  “Why the hell are they teaching them Swahili? Nobody speaks Swahili in this country. Swahili isn’t going to do them any good at all!” 
      I basked in the knowingness.
      My child never learned to speak Swahili.

      • Swahili even isn’t West African language. US Blacks can’t claim it as their cultural heritage (other idiocies apart).

        •  Indeed, I pointed this out to my neighbor, and the fact that there were more literate African cultures and languages, like Ethiopian and Amharic that I thought were more worthy of knowing than Swahili.
          This was one of the most messed up schools my kids ever went to.

        •  Swahili is kind of a cross between Arabic and traditional eastern African languages.  Therefore, it’s a derivative of a Semitic language.  Swahili is no more relevant to American domestic blacks than Yiddish.

  • Dirty WHITE HYPOCRITES.

    Liberal new yorkers – you KNOW THEY ALL VOTED for Maobama
    but won’t put Lil’ Brandon in with
    Lil’ DeVontay…

    Force them to pay with blood and bone

  • “Convinced that student unruliness was impeding learning, the school installed a rigid discipline system.”
    The all black school is discriminating against blacks. Of course the part about the oreo wanting real white kids there so they could be picked on instead of her.

    • vladdy1

      There’s something about the “convinced that….:” Saying it that way, instead of “deciding that…” makes it sound like their “conviction” is somehow questionable, doesn’t it?

  • Johnny Reb

    QUOTE:  Shakeare Cobham, in sixth grade, offered a different view: “It’s more comfortable to be with people of your own race than to be with a lot of different races.”
    ………………………………………………………………..
    Pretty sad when some low-IQ negro has more common sense than a bunch of white Ivy Leaguers.

    What animal ISN’T more comfortable around it’s own?  The only exception seems to be the effeminate white liberal who, with overt masochistic tendencies, likes to torture himself with the myth of “diversity.”

    What a sad-sack group of misfits we’ve raised in this failed country of ours . . . truly, truly, perverse.

  • Commenter

    The message I’m getting here, as a white male, is that, somehow, it’s just all my fault. For being there. Or not being there. Or sending my kids to a rubbish school. Or not sending them there.

    But the thing I must remember is that it’s ALL MY FAULT that Lakisha and Kanisha and Shavon’Drelle can’t read.

    I blame my white privilege. I’ve just been using up all that literacy, which after all is a finite resource….

    • vladdy1

      They say why don’t more white kids go there and then say they want more black teachers. Well, we KNOW that they want more blacks around them (which is natural), so why would we want to go there, knowing that we are resented? We DON’T want more black teachers, so our interests do not coincide. 

  • MrGJG

     Later on, Ashira elaborated: “We will sometimes talk about why don’t we
    have any white kids? We wonder what their schools are like. We see them
    on TV, with the soccer fields and the biology labs and all that cool
    stuff. Sometimes I feel I have to work harder because I don’t have all
    that they have. A lot of us think that way.”

    Despite the fact that nationally more money is spent per student in black schools than white. The reason Ashira, you don’t have all they have is because your peeps wreck everything.
    As for working harder, don’t make me laugh. Blacks don’t work hard at anything. Stop deluding yourself with these worn out talking points. They’re falling on deaf ears.

  • “Sometimes I feel I have to work harder because I don’t have all that they have. A lot of us think that way.”

    All while the schools academic progress report is getting worse.  Fantastic to see all that hard work is translating into results. Black kids are just as delusional as black adults.  

    “Positive behavior does bring rewards, like making the Respect Corps which allows a student to wear an honorary T-shirt. ”

    Never while I was in school did we need a “Respect Core”.  Good behavior was expected.  Blacks need constant affirmation that they have the ability to behave with civility.  I’m sure the “Respect Core” t shirt brings a lot of positive attention to little LaMiracle and Shitavious.  Knowing the way blacks behave, they probably get made fun of or beat up by the others.

  • JohnEngelman

    This would have been a better article if it had explained why few white parents, even white liberal parents, want their children to attend primarily black schools, and if it had explained why so many teachers leave those schools as soon as they are able to. 

  • R Neville

    Sounds like Akisha, D’ante, and Lemonjello just want to have white kids in their school so they can bully and assault them.  Been there, experienced that. 

  • Rocky Bass

    I am not sure where the voluntary segregation movement is heading. I don’t mind being around “certain” non-whites, as long as they aren’t in the majority and replacing whites. I do however believe all immigration should be halted for the foreseeable future and all illegals deported immediately. I have no desire to find myself or my child a “hated minority” in our own land. In any multi-culti contrivance in which there is a level playing field, we will be hated, because we will ALWAYS accel  over all others save a few Asian and Jewish exceptions.

    • NM156

      That’s excel, Rockster, not “accel”. I agree with your parameters for white and nonwhite relations and immigration policy.

    • The__Bobster

      Errrr, aren’t you a distinct minority in your own home?

      •  Technically, sometimes, when the daughters are home yes. I can always count on you Bob for a nice little slap any old time huh?

  •  Let Liberals feed
    on fellow liberals

  • They have the audacity to ask “where all the Whites are” while pushing policies that actively seek to diversify Whites out of existence.  These people are wicked!

  • xthred

    Lol

    • funniest article I ever read

  • It doesn’t matter that the Can’t Teach for America social justice dingbats quit after a year, because there’s a whole new crop of CTFA graduates right behind them, rearing and ready to close that achievement gap.  And there always will be if nothing changes, because hubris and arrogance are distinguishing characteristics of the young.  The only thing that will break the cycle is if education schools adopt race realism.

    Likewise, every rookie cop on a big city police department says they’re going to “make a difference.”  Ask them this:  If a difference could be made, don’t you think it would have been made by now?  Are you so much better than the hundreds or thousands of cops in this department who have actual experience yet haven’t “made the difference” that you think can be made or needs to be made?  Too, for a cop, the lovey-dovey making-a-difference social justice nonsense is dangerous, because in the universe of cops killed in the line of duty, it’s far more often those types, rather than the experienced “tough guy” veterans, that get killed.  It’s because the criminal class takes the social justicey “wannna make a difference” rookie cop as a chump, or a pushover, or as easy pickings.

    • wanna make a difference, wanna help means one thing to blacks…weakness.  

  •  Funny, I was driving down 8th avenue in uber-rich-white-liberal Obama
    supporting Park Slope and was shocked to see one elementary school all
    black (next to housing projects) and a few blocks down one all white
    (presumably a private school…, oh, wait, there was one half asian kid
    there too… ). I thought AT LEAST the white liberals would send their
    kids to integrated public schools through elementary- I mean, how bad
    could it be?

    That’s Steve the Sailer Man’s theory, that this whole hysteria about “bad teachers via stubborn unions” that the left wing has embraced in recent years, (in spite of teachers unions being a crucial base of the Democrat Party), is basically nothing more than young-ish urban yuppie left wing whites who have children, don’t want their children to go to school around blacks and Hispanics, and are rationalizing their desires because they’re left wingers and don’t want to admit the truth about race.

  •  One of the passages in Jared Taylor’s Paved With Good Intentions that will always stick with me is the part about newer (Paved was released in 1992, so “newer” is a relative term here) school construction for schools in black areas eerily resembles prison design.

    I’ve said it for a long time:  Left unencumbered, people who have political or social authority over blacks, even other blacks, will salami slice their way to the Jim Crow or segregationist or apartheid system, and if those in authority are liberal whites or other blacks, they’ll do so under the rubric of “anti-racism.”  It’s just what you have to do to have a halfway orderly climate and a lot of blacks at the same time.

  • robinbishop34

    I think there used to be a joke about a black woman who named her twins Lemonjello and Orangjello. Lemon Jello and Orange Jello.

    •  I used to call my twins a variety of names: Icky Poo and Icky Pee, Trial and Error, Tweedle A and Tweedle B. Emily and Julia.

      • The__Bobster

        ….Mistake and Accident.  😉

  • IKantunderstand

    You know, seriously, White people are a rare commodity.  There  really is not enough of us to go around. They think we need to be be sparsed, allocated, and distributed. We are in fact,  a valuable natural resource. . We  should be paid to interact with Negroes and Asians, Mexicans,Moslems. Because , obviously, just our mere presence in a school confers on the  non White pupils amazing brain power. 

  • Xanthippe2

    “While the city’s public-school population looks diverse—40.3 percent Hispanic, 32 percent black, 14.9 percent white and 13.7 percent Asian—many of its schools are nothing of the sort.About 650 of the nearly 1,700 schools in the system have populations that are 70 percent a single race”

    Are any NY public schools 70% White?  I doubt it.

  • Xanthippe2

    Maybe Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedys?  I bet even he wouldn’t send his kids (if any) to a majority Black school, despite his anti-racist rhetoric.

  • Xanthippe2

    There are plenty of more accurate terms for the “American” media.  But I want to save the mods too much work as I doubt they get triple pay for overtime.

  • Xanthippe2

    “even in the hoods like Prospect Heights and Bed-Stuy where it’s 50/50 white black or 90/10 black white, even in these so-called integrated areas, THE WHITES AND BLACKS ARE LIVING ON DIFFERENT PLANETS”

    Gosh, I wish we could figure out how to do that here in Calif. with our Mexicans.

  • JackKrak

    “Why don’t we have any white kids?”

    Because sending your kids to any charter school that is more than about 5-7% black defeats the purpose of going to a charter school.

    Next question.

  • Ernest

     “”Decades of academic studies point to the corroding effects of segregation on students, especially minorities””

    Is this another way of saying certain ‘minorities’ are deficient without whites?

  • Is there in the entire US a single black majority (80-100%) school that could be, objectively assessed, said to satisfy race-neutral academic standards ?

    • anonymous_amren

      Yes: The Ron Clark Academy. http://www.ronclarkacademy.com/

      But they have a highly selective student selection process, so it’s not just random black people. They started selecting people slightly lower down the bell curve recently, and complained about having trouble getting through to some of them. But I think overall they are still comfortably satisfying objectively assessed race-neutral academic standards.

      To his credit, Ron Clark (he’s white) is very big on objective standardised testing, so I’m confident there is no grade inflation, grading on a curve, or anything like that. Just highly selected students. Also, they are primary school students, so some of the racial differences aren’t as extreme as they are for older children.

      You might remember Ron Clark from the movie “The Ron Clark Story” , which is also called “The Triumph”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sd6SFmAaZr8 In real life, he’s even more full on. He’s got a freakish super-high energy level, and he basically never sleeps, and spends all his waking moments thinking about how to teach his students better, or in a more fun and exciting way.

      He’s gone for the unusual combination of super-strict discipline (eg. students aren’t allowed to talk or interact with each other at all except in class, and many other rules), and trying to make the lessons, and school itself, as fun and full of energy as possible, while teaching the normal academic content. eg. Rote learning is put to rap songs for the students to sing and dance.

      Unfortunately, it can’t be scaled up because there’s only one Ron Clark in the world (unless they drugged all the teachers with Red Bull, and banned them from sleeping or having a life). And it costs much too much to teach the small amount of students (they get lots of sponsorship and donations, but that wouldn’t scale up). And even with all the effort, they only get really good results from a select group of black students.

      Then there’s the problem that even if you could educate every single black kid with the syllabus perfectly, that wouldn’t change the basic problem that black people are too stupid to apply what knowledge they have learnt in response to any problem that’s slightly different from what they studied. And they are too stupid to realise that. Highly educated black people can pass for smart without actually being smart, and that’s dangerous.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        But they have a highly selective student selection process, so it’s not just random black people.

        There’s the key.  

        Schools such as this one can in no way be compared to an average public school — yet they ARE, ALL THE TIME.

        I’ve had to sit through hours of listening to blow-hards from these schools or psued0/phony-documentaries touting how programs such as this show that “black children indeed can be educated to the standards of Whites.”  (and if they aren’t it is due to WHITE racism!!).

        NO one seems to notice (except for ME) when it comes out eventually that these schools take one in 14 (or fewer) after carefully vetting these students through entry tests or background check or long interviews AND that if the student doesn’t get with the program, he is dismissed instantly back to a public school.  I’ve had plenty of kids check in from “Marcus Garvey Academy” or “Rosa Parks College Preparatory High School.”

        The last time I had to sit through one of these torturous presentations, I was SO angry that I finally stood up and mentioned that the particular black school that had had such astounding success had very very strict entry requirements and the ability to dismiss students quickly if they didn’t work out —  hell, I was lucky to leave the room alive!!   I might as well have had a white sheet and hood on the way I was viciously attacked.

        Good for these academies and other “places of learning” what about the other 95% of blacks/Hispanics with IQs of 80-90 — the ones where the government and public believe that it’s the teacher’s fault if the kids don’t succeed and want to tie teachers’ pay to test scores, etc.

        Glad I teach art and electives.

        Bon

      • Thanks, but as Bon has said …. it’s completely unrepresentative.
         

    • sbuffalonative

      There are KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) schools.

      http://www.kipp.org/

      They cliam to have high graduation rates as well as college enrollment.

      However, the are not representive of the general minority population.

      First they find high achieving black and latino students. They interview the students to see how motivated they are to contiue in school. They then interview the parents to see
      how supportive they are of their children continuing their education.

      It’s pure cherry picking and of course, black and latino parents whose kids are left out aren’t too fond of these schools.

  • Texan1st

    The politically correct comments from the original article are nauseating, to say the least.

  • Yes, I’m glad you pointed this out.

    This is communism creeping in the USA.  

    We are now in the early phases of a communist state, to be complete in the next decade.  The Universities were the breeding ground, where the new Committee elite were trained at Columbia, Princeton, and Yale.  

    There is still some chance to fight this, but it seems that the “New Diverse American”,  the “New Soviet Man” is here.  

    Prepare for a struggle with Communists.  Only this time, the Communists don’t realize that they are communists because of brainwashing from Obama/Adorno.

    Of course many Jews are in the forefront of this Communism as happened last time.  We must be certain to make them our secret allies though, as they are smart.  They know Communism is here, and are just jumping on the bandwagon like any self-interested people. 

    We need to convince the young Jews to drop Communism!

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    We see them on TV, with the soccer fields and the biology labs and all that cool stuff. Sometimes I feel I have to work harder because I don’t have all that they have. A lot of us think that way.
    And anti-White, biased, garbage papers like the NYT do nothing but promote and encourage this myth.

    Predominantly black and other non-White schools have equipment, aides, books, computers, field trips and stupid volunteer Whites to act as tutors that your White child’s school can only dream about — it’s called Title I, amounting to $14.5 billion in 2012, passed by LBJ in 1965 as part of his War on Whites agenda (you read that right).

    Results:

    Despite being conducted by people who wished the program well, no evaluation of Title 1 from the 1970s onward has found credible evidence of a significant positive impact on student achievement.
    –Charles Murray, Real Education

    Bon

    As for the vile NYT:

  • vladdy1

    Well, escept that a lot of us moved here to red states after having to live in contact with blacks in blue states.

  • Kurt Plummer

    GJ,

    >>>
    “Later on, Ashira elaborated: “We will sometimes talk about why don’t we have any white kids? We wonder what their schools are like. We see them on TV, with the soccer fields and the biology labs and all that cool stuff. Sometimes I feel I have to work harder because I don’t have all that they have.
    >>>

    This is a black girl with just enough cream in the coffee to have the glimmerings of an understanding that what she is missing is more than just facilities, it’s the magic of being white.

    >>
    Of course she assumes that anything White is better because Whites are GIVEN it, it’s handed to them since in this racist world Whites have everything. That is the only thing they understand, given, because they’ve never had to actually obtain anything any other way. Also, they don’t have the capability. It’s really disgusting.
    >>

    No.  What you are seeing here is the beginning if not midphase of blacks acknowledging the truth about ‘Mad Dark’ vs. ‘Much Prettier’ as the nearest that they can come to acknowledging the explicit genetic differences between us.

    Human races are sub species on our way to true speciation.

    Each having evolved in a specific Darwinian Terrain Isolate.  Each having accumulated specific adaptations to help them survive their environment.  Africa is a hole.  The combined P4M (Predators, Pathogens, Population Pressures [along habitable waterways], Meteor0logy) has driven their genetics to the extreme of survival adaptation.  With much shorter generational intervals and much harder bodies deriving from early saturation with 20% higher serum testosterone.

    None of which is ‘bad’ because you are what you have to be to live and without snow to wet the earth and give several growing seasons, freeze the microbes and isolate the populations, forcing our ancestors to think in terms of balanced populations rather than essentially an ongoing emergency breeding program; it’s likely that we too would be less speciated towards having the essential qualities that support higher civilization.

    ‘There but for the gift of L3 peregrination…’

    What is sad is that blacks will not aggressively engage in smart breeding to eugenically expand -solely- those few (2.3%) with 120 or better IQs fit to rule their own population.  And so they are constantly comparing themselves to us as their benefactors.  The ‘if only I had that’ element of their conscious awareness being better understood as ‘if only I -was- that…’.

    Which is how the ENTIRE WORLD sees us.  Hispanics in Mexico and Central/South America follow the ‘color continuum’.  Asians bleach their skin and -do- follow strict, caste` conditioned, separations of class advantage which is slowly breeding them paler.

    Only in the true white nations are we deluded into believing that ‘white is not better’.  Because nobody will enumerate the number of other peoples who want to be like us.

    This article is honest in what it says.  It is also tragic as the key reason why we must not give in to supporting the desire to ‘be more white’.  You cannot make someone more white without supplying such a huge genetic donais that they essentially become white.

    As such, the only problem I have with this is the title:

    ‘Why Don’t We Have Any White Kids?’

    Because the answer to that question is quite instructional too:

    1.  We don’t have more white kids because blacks and asians and hispanics don’t understand that you cannot be white without a lot of isolation and concentration on being what we are, amongst ourselves.  To them, we are a dime a dozen.  Low hanging fruit.  We are not.

    2.  For whites, the reality is that, if you are not proud of your history as dominant conquerors, explorers, innnovators and discoverers of the worlds great secrets and distant places, you are -doomed-.  Because it is in acknowledging your right to be the success you are, _even at the expense of others_ that you find the will to carry onwards and gift that will to power to your children.

    Where are our children?

    Where is our pride in making them better than not just us, but -everyone- else.  We are such fools for forgetting this.

  • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

     To be specific, it was Lydon Johnson (a Texan) who came up with his idea of “The Great Society,” and set up AA and all the programs that led to the national welfare state problems you describe.  Nixon helped solidify it.  If you read the details of the history of it, it was duly elected politicians, not communists who infiltrated the government, that created this.  When asked if the country would be able to afford these programs and also prosecute a then expanding military role in Southeast Asia, Johnson said, “Yeah Baby, we’re rich!”  LBJ was the epitome of the short-sighted, political opportunist.

    If you don’t believe this quote is true, tell me.  I will reply with the source.

    • The__Bobster

      No, these politicians had communist advisors, plenty of them.

      • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

         Could you name me half a dozen of them, one?

        • anarchyst

          henry kissinger, for one . . .

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

             You need to learn the difference between an accusation and a demonstrable fact.  Just because you are using “communist” as a pejorative term doesn’t make it a fact.

  • So they complain about that lack of whites and in the same breath complain about too many white teachers??!! I feel like I am taking crazy pills!  Are we sure this is not some extended version of the Twilight Zone being pumped into our brains as we sleep in Matrix tubes??

    • The “educated” class being pumped out of Universities is really dumb and brainwashed.

      So the next journalists will be even worse….

  • The__Bobster

    By pretending to be a famous European singer.

  • The__Bobster

    Of the eight, only one (Tori) is anything more than a pretentious and meaningless mess of random letters and sounds.
    ———-
    Isn’t “Tori” a pretentious form of Victoria?

  • radical7

    PC Must Go:

    Actually, there is a considerable amount of race mixing in certain boroughs in New York City. What is more interesting is that in midwestern, rocky mountain and pacific coast cities like Seattle, Minneapolis,Phoenix, Denver  it is even more commonplace. Moreover, these cities have a  notable number of interracial couples.
     
    I have also seen a  notable number of interracial couples (especially White male/Black female couples) in Philadelphia.

  • I am Dewey Costermonger, I changed the name, I am sorry for confusion.

    Anyhow Luke,

    I appreciate your clarification of the true cause of the bad position of  whites.  Learned helplessness would dictate that Whites would weakly blame Jews for their plight. 

    I agree with the current shrift of the White Movement to halt strictly anti-Jewish ramblings.   Thus, I understand your desire to tamp down on any focus on (some) Jews.  This is good, as we need all the allies we can get.  I would say I am in fact “pro-Jewish.” They are a good example for Whites.

    Let it be established: Whites are responsible for their own downfall. 
    Once you accept responsibility, you have power to change the situation.

    Here is my fear:  The smartest Whites and Jews have been directed into anti-white, pro-Diversity positions by their “education” at elite Universities. 

     These “educated” Whites and Jews will now be the leaders of the USA, but not by merit, but by “association with the correct views.”   
    I am very aware of the Frankfurt School’s aim, which was to bring about Communism in the USA.  
     ———-The long march through the institutions is now complete———

    What do we do now?     We are fighting Communists now, who MIGHT  now proceed to act in a similar way to the White Genocidal Communists of the 1930’s Russia. 
    It is time for round two, hopefully history can follow a gentler spiral than before.

  • I am glad someone else recognizes the danger of the new diverse proletariat.

    The Black Communists, the “New Soviet Diverse Man”.

    Remember, “racism” was a term invented by Leninist Communists.

    This is Communist criminality on a massive scale, we can all expect to be turned on by these budding young communists of color.

  • Yes, the transition between impressions of liberals is amazing.

    They disingenous liberal goes from “Noble Savage” , “Magical Negro Dust” thoughts, to “How the hell do we control these Negroes?”

    The disengenous Black liberal goes from “My Poor Oppressed Brothers and Sisters” to “These Savage Negroes are not My Brothers and Sisters, What is their Problem?”

  • Michael C. Scott

    “Why don’t we have any white kids?”

    That’s an easy one to answer; because even liberal white imbeciles know better than to send their children to a “school” where 93% of the “students” (read “juvenile delinquents”) being warehoused are black.

  • ed91

     stuff it jerkwad

  • ed91

     yata, yata, yata

  • All the white kids left because they where being ganged up on by the violent blacks.