‘Prosperity Needs to Be Shared,’ Dem Says, as Energy Dep’t Launches Minority Outreach

Penny Starr, CNS News, September 25, 2013

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) said “prosperity needs to be shared” at an event on Tuesday at the Energy Department to promote opportunities for minorities in the energy sector.

“We seek greatness, goodness, excellence, hard work, usually wealth comes with that, not always. It’s not what we seek, but it’s what the result of our good work is–and prosperity for America. But that prosperity needs to be shared in a way that honors the talents and the strengths of the individuals that make up this great country,” Landrieu said at the event to launch the Minorities in Energy Initiative.


The Energy Department says its new “Minorities in Energy Initiative” will “strive to ensure that our energy workforce more fully reflects the diversity and strengths of the country.” It says Hispanics, African Americans and American Indians make up 24 percent of the overall U.S. workforce, yet account for only 9 percent of the country’s science and engineering workforce, which are the fields that drive the energy sector.

“Beginning this month, the Minorities in Energy Initiative will coordinate a conversation to link together representatives from diverse community organizations, academia, business, and industry to provide their individual perspectives to address shared challenges in the areas of energy economic development, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education, and climate change.”

The event was launched in conjunction with DOE’s annual celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.


“Diversity is mission-critical, to our agency and to our country,” said Dot Harris, who was appointed by President Barack Obama to be director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at DOE, in announcing the initiative on Sept. 11.

“Without diversity of people who actively engage in the energy economy, our nation will lack a diversity of thought, missing the right people at the table to address challenges, ask questions, and expand our knowledge in energy fields,” Harris said.

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  • D.B. Cooper

    What happened to you Cajuns? Did your manhood get swept away by Hurricane Katrina?

    • Sick of it

      I’ve said it before, that’s the liberal part of the state. If it were up to us in Northern Louisiana, she would have been run out of the state.

  • dd121

    What are the libs going to do when they have no more money they can tax, borrow or steal?

    • Erasmus

      Need more minorities in the energy industry? Guess they’ve never heard of the ******* in a wood pile.

      • Katherine McChesney

        My father used to use the phrase “Ethiopians in a fuel heap”.

    • Lewis33

      Come after your bank accounts…ask residents of Cyprus.

      • Sick of it

        And Poland…and Italy…

      • Mergatroyd

        And your private retirement accounts to prop up social security before the ponzi scheme collapses.

        • That could be done under existing US law only via eminent domain. The problem is that in order to nationalize a retirement account, the feds would have to pay the fair market value of each one. This means that the people who have IRA and 401(k) accounts would receive payment, while the government would then be stuck with a bunch of relatively non-liquid assets in stock and bond funds. Government attempts to then sell these holdings all at once would cause the prices of these funds to plummet. In short, you and I would get paid, and the government would get screwed.

          This would do the opposite of relieving fiscal pressure on the government!

          • Sick of it

            The IRS has used civil forfeiture to steal money from people without trial and without explanation.

          • So has the DEA, but in order for this to work, some wrongdoing must be alleged by the agency involved: i.e. the money or other property (financial instruments, real estate, vehicles, etc.) must be suspected of being used in or obtained from criminal activity.

            Seizures of IRA and 401(k) assets are allowed in cases only of divorce, tax evasion (as you mentioned by the IRS) and fraud.

          • Sick of it

            But remember, the corrupt people in charge want this country to fall apart. They are criminals and therefore behave like criminals. They lie, cheat, steal, rape, murder, assassinate, commit genocide, go to war with anyone and everyone. There is no end to their vile ways.

    • SFLBIB

      Print it.

  • Dave4088

    Great. More minorities in the energy industry means more brownouts and blackouts, pun intended. Better start buying kerosene lamps!

    • Oil Can Harry

      How to avoid a blackout or brownout?
      Keep every black out and brown out of the energy sector.

    • Global Minority

      Look at what happened in SA when blacks took over the engery industry. Rolling daily black outs! From a lack of knoweldge.

      • RisingReich

        It’s because the concept of maintenance isn’t in the groid’s scope of understanding. No concept of future.

        • sbuffalonative


          Whites have engineered complex systems to look like they’re easy and simple to run because they generally are. However, it’s the maintenance and future innovations that keep things running.

          Non-whites look at how smoothing our systems run and erroneously think, ‘That’s easy! I can do that!’

          South Africa is limping along but blacks are demanding more black engineers who won’t have the skills to maintain things. They’ll blame whites for not ‘letting them’ in their universities and making them smart. (In the black man’s mind, you don’t get into university because you’re smart. Being allowed into a university will make you smart),

    • Brian

      I don’t know; I would welcome a nationwide blackout and brownout. Ah wait, you’re talking about electricity.

  • Erasmus

    “Without diversity of people who actively engage in the energy economy, our nation will lack a diversity of thought, missing the right people at the table to address challenges, ask questions, and expand our knowledge in energy fields,” Harris said.

    Where do people go to learn to write sh** like this? 40 years ago, in a saner time, English teachers would have presented something like this as an example of how not to write.

    • John Ulfsson

      Wow, today I learned you need multiple races to have a diversity of thoughts and ideas.

      Europe must have had some secret black scientists doing some serious work for the past 600 years.

    • Brian

      “Without diversity of people who actively engage in the energy economy, our nation will lack a diversity of thought”

      Every place I’ve worked in IT has been mostly white men with one black guy, one woman, and a few Asians. There may be three ways to program a bit of code, but three white men can come up with them just fine. As far as I know, there is no ‘hispanic way’, ‘gay way’, ‘female way’, ‘black way’, or any other way to write the code that will compile. I’ve never yet thought ‘gee, we white guys are stumped on this program– if only we had a magic black guy to come in and figure it out.’

  • Dave4088

    Everyone should realize that this means dumbing down science and engineering curricula so more blacks and brownies get through school followed by “hiring targets” in the energy sector set by the government that will give preference to black/brown in hiring and promotions, or face the wrath of Holder’s (in)Justice dept. Fairness and justice, of course.

    A few Republicans may squawk, King Dittohead will mock this on his radio show, but in the end expect this wealth transfer and set aside to be passed into law somehow.

  • D.B. Cooper

    Here’s what you do, Louisiana republicans. First, you donate money to a black or Hispanic democrat who wants Landrieu’s seat. White democrats cater to the minority vote, but immediately lose that support as soon as a real minority runs for that position.

    We must clean up our own sell outs before worrying about “them”.
    Unfortunately, you Louisiana republicans have already shown us that you don’t have a clue.
    THIS is what you elected as Governor of Louisiana, Piyush “Bobby” Jindal, Hindu extraordinaire. You’ll vote for anyone with an “R” by their name, won’t you?

  • Luca

    “Diversity is mission-critical, to our agency and to our country,” said Dot Harris.

    Well Dot Harris, please indulge me and explain it to me like I am a third-grader. How specifically, is Diversity more important than competency?

    Diversity in today’s society is a social construct. It should be left to its natural bounds.

    • Erasmus

      It should be left to its natural bounds.

      When diversity is left to its natural bounds, it will always fail. It’s like a brain dead patient on life-support that is brought back from the grave again and again and again.

      • FormerlyEdNY

        Exactly! Diversity and affirmative-action (quotas) depress the wages of hard working Whites to make up for the theft, workers compensation abuse, sick time abuse, loss of productivity & quality, etc. And for one that has had to work with many unqualified blacks, it makes for a hostile work environment. They are difficult, nasty, and prone to violence.

        • Erasmus

          Diversity will ultimately fail. You just can’t put a square peg into a round hall. The left’s obsession with diversity also underscores how insane they really are.

          Before diversity fails the only sad part will be that so much time, money and energy will have been wasted trying to implement it and real problems that were solvable will go unaddressed.

    • SFLBIB

      “How specifically, is Diversity more important than competency?”

      Haven’t you heard? “Diversity is our strength;” therefore it encompasses competency .

    • Brian

      I wonder if these loons want their 747 pilots to be diversified at the expense of competence.

      • Erasmus

        Our the surgeon performing their tripe by-pass.

        “Just relax, Mr. Menéndez. This is Dr. Rachel Jeantel, and she’ll be performing your surgery today.”

        • Brian

          I can only hope that she would refuse to operate on me, since I’m a creepy-ass cracka.

  • Easyrhino1

    “that prosperity needs to be shared in a way that honors the talents and the strengths of the individuals that make up this great country”

    What a load of caca.

    As always the push is to share what already exists versus pushing for the chance to earn. But they don’t want to earn they want to be given.

  • Mark Hillyard

    “Diversity is mission-critical” Why is this important?
    My stepson works at a USDA research and development campus in CA. He’s an HVAC mechanic as all the other maintenance men are supposed to be. Most of the maintenance people are Filipino and have not done any maintenance work or proper installation of refrigeration units on the campus for many years. There main goal during the day is sleeping. My stepson has taken pictures of their many hiding spots just to prove his point. He’s also received letters of appreciation from the many scientists who work there. After approx. five years there he’s gotten all the refrigeration, heating and cooling systems working and his boss’s know he did it all. The government could fire all 15 of the foreigners and not miss any of them.
    He tells me all this because he gets frustrated and needs to blow of steam with someone who’ll listen. One issue that really bugs him is that when a mechanical switch goes bad the other maintenance people by pass it and then wait for a call from the scientists complaining that it’s to cold, so one of them goes over there and turns a valve which lets warm air in and on and on it goes.
    If the diverse ones are educated and honest then I’m all for them getting a job, but with this affirmative action crap us taxpayers are forced to pay these nit wits to goof off all day long…then retire to the Philippines with a good retirement check each month on our backs.

    • Sick of it

      Ok…educated AND honest. Good luck with that.

      • Mark Hillyard

        It’s my Polyanna kicking in.

    • Ella

      It will take a few years to fire these lazy nonwhite workers, and one has to painfully document all cases with counselling statements to prevent any possible legal action against the company.

      • FormerlyEdNY

        It may take longer then a few years, in fact they may never get fired no matter how lazy and incompetent they might be. More then likely they will be promoted.

    • FormerlyEdNY

      Such are the benefits of diversity. Isn’t it wonderful?

  • MekongDelta69

    I said the other day on here, that ‘diversity’ is a literal god-like cult to these people.

    It is the most important thing in their world, more than anything or anyone else – sentient or not.

    And this is one of the many reasons I always say, leftists are mentally deranged. (Not an embellishment – I mean it.)

    • Yale2001

      I agree. The establishments goal is to divide our races/cultures/religions/patriotism, and they are doing a hell of a job of it. This is socialism 101. About every socialist dictator has quoted this as the primary means to divide people and gain more power and finally take full control of a region. Our liberal sheeple are smiling and laughing all the way to the slaughter house.

  • David Ashton

    Why is this sort of rubbish found VERBATIM in the US, UK, Canada and other countries? No common purpose, no international connection, no leftist conspiracy?

    • JohnEngelman

      There is no secret conspiracy. It is all in the open, promoted by those who clearly state their intentions.

      • David Ashton

        Conspiracy: the act of scheming together, a banding together for a (OFTEN secret) purpose; a plot; joint action, concurrence. [Chambers Dictionary]

        Such people often plan privately together to secure a public result. I experienced this personally when I infiltrated the early preparations for “multicultural and antiracist education” in Britain, and watched the effects of their “networked agenda” move across the country, impacting on the government’s National Currculum Council, etc.

    • Spartacus

      Your post reminds me of this picture I found by accident on the internet :

    • Sentinel9

      PC is a religion, not a conspiracy.

      • David Ashton


  • Tarczan

    Just what we need, darkies in charge of nuclear powerplants.

    • IstvanIN

      I bet they get glowing job evaluations!

      • MekongDelta69

        That’s because they ‘radiate’ knowledge…

  • Spartacus

    “It says Hispanics, African Americans and American Indians make up 24
    percent of the overall U.S. workforce, yet account for only 9 percent of
    the country’s science and engineering workforce”


    Well at least the few who are scientists are achieving great things :

    • Rick Parish

      I just retired from a large E&S shop, 1500, never saw more than 10 or so in any of those years. Problem is, they lowered standards for hire in the last 10 years to include white female preference over male, and then move them into management, HR, program director positions and pay them more than the much smarter white males who are doing the hard work.

      • IstvanIN

        What is E&S?

        • Extropico

          Engineering & Science.

          • IstvanIN

            And engineering and science shop? Interesting, I never heard of such a thing. Is that similar to a research and development department or a research lab?

      • dukem1

        Man, you got that right…And it ain’t just E&S, it’s everywhere.

    • Katherine McChesney


    • Whitetrashgang

      Well what they really want is a synthetic white woman. Betcha the groid in the picture doesn’t even know what a test tube is.The safety glasses are from walking in the hood when it rains, or getting freaky on sat night.

  • Spartacus

    This is proof that diversity creates jobs. People who would’ve otherwise starved to death or ended up in prison can now make a living telling us how good diversity is for everything…

  • Vonhauer

    Look for the Energy Dept to take a dive in quality. What typically happens is that white men with the know-how and whom have been on the job for years will train the new diversity crowd (to the extent they can be trained) then a complete and total hiring halt of white males will begin amd become permanent. This is what happened at ATT and many other companies. The minorities are carried on the backs of white men who earned their positions. When the white men are no longer needed they are discarded like yesterday’s trash.

    • Katherine McChesney

      I truly believe that White males are the most abused men in America. It must be heartbreaking to be so qualified for a job and have a far less qualified black or Asian acquire the jobs that you should have.

      • Jefferson

        Or a far less qualified Hispanic.

      • Sick of it

        Or a woman, in the many all-female work environments. We’re not even given a chance.

      • Brian

        I have seen men get laid off so their jobs can get outsourced to India, and to get their severance, they have to spend their last two weeks training their Bangalorean replacements. It’s a wonder none of them went postal at the office. Meanwhile Zuckerberg’s complaining we need to let in more H1B’s because he can’t find enough American IT workers.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          What do you expect, he is a money grubbing, power seeking Jew who is doing his part in the genocide against whites. By making men un-employable, he is preventing births among whites and inducing white women to have children with non-white men. White men who cannot find jobs are losers to white women, no matter why they are unemployed. Sad, but true.

    • Germanacus

      When minorities become overly represented as in the US Postal Service and as will likely become the case now for the DOE, innovation and creative thinking (hallmarks of highly educated white males) will decline dramatically.

      Symbolism over substance is what we have here. Diversity is a weakness, not a strength.

  • Greg Thomas

    “We seek greatness, goodness, excellence, hard work, usually wealth comes with that, not always. It’s not what we seek, but it’s what the result of our good work is–and prosperity for America. But that prosperity needs to be shared in a way that honors the talents and the strengths of the individuals that make up this great country,” Landrieu said at the event to launch the Minorities in Energy Initiative.

    It’s like she’s talking to a bunch of ten year olds.

    • JDInSanD

      It sounds like he’s talking about a merit based society yet he manages to make it mean just the opposite.

  • IstvanIN

    You can not share prosperity. You can earn it. You can create it. Even Henry Ford I, who was probably one of the most generous tycoons out there didn’t share his fortune, the men and women who worked for him earned it. But you can not share it in this sense, which simply means to steal it from one group and give it to another. Margaret Thatcher had something to say about that.

    • Sick of it

      His family shared their fortune with their black descendants…

      • IstvanIN

        Henry Ford’s family has black descendants?

        • Sick of it

          Some of them settled down in Plain Dealing, Louisiana. One of them has become some sort of engineer.

  • Helios Megistos

    One more reason to abolish the department; the federal debt is now more than $16,950,000,000,000!

  • gemjunior

    I jes hope dat dey don’ git dey hanz awn any o’ dat nookyoola powwr or some hocus pocus like dat whut could blow up in here. Cuz dat sheeit ain’t no good an’ it another white mens plan to kill the black man.

  • sbuffalonative

    “Minorities in Energy Initiative” will “strive to ensure that our energy
    workforce more fully reflects the diversity and strengths of the

    The Energy Department can ‘strive’ all they want. ‘Striving’ doesn’t mean anyone will actually achieve passing grades using the current standards. (Unless lower standards are in the works.)

  • dukem1

    Energy is precious, Use it while it’s available.

  • dogbone

    98% in math is very good. I find it hard to believe you couldn’t make it through engineering courses.

    Personally I find most science, engineering, and math books poorly written.

    • Juan Outtamany

      I was a math whiz until I hit the calculus. I went from Learning to Memorizing….. that’s when I went into business. It ain’t for everyone

  • Sentinel9

    There goes the shale oil boom.

  • Mergatroyd

    Time to call Verengo and get off the grid entirely.

    • Juan Outtamany

      I hear Vermont is nice. Walking distance to a nice bar.

  • And people wonder why we’re still dependent on buying oil from the mideast. Petroleum technology dates from 1869 I believe.

    Also US hegemony depends on technology: does anyone [here at AmRen] believe that China will continue to be scared of our collection of aging WW-II tech aircraft carriers, without technological advances, forever?

    However, as the owner of an engineering services company it really doesn’t matter. I don’t get anything from the DOE anyway.

    “director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at DOE”
    So rather than credits to homeowners for solar panels and windpower, or R&D in controlled nuclear fusion, this is where our tax dollars go? I think the rot in our government is beyond repair.

    • If you think aircraft carriers are vulnerable, try fixed land airbases. A carrier battle group usually needs recon aircraft or satellites to find them at sea, neither of which would last long in a shooting war. A land airbase only needs a kid with internet access and “Wikimapia” to find it.

      How do you knock out an airbase on land? Ballistic missiles loaded with persistent nerve agents: the whole facility and all of the equipment would be thoroughly contaminated.

      • Actually in looking up a response I found that there is currently sort of an aricraft carrier (AC’s) arms race in the Far East. China built one, Japan has recently launched their 1st one since WW-2, and India has one nearing or at completion. So you are correct in that these AC’s are currently impressive.

        However my point is that they have one each while we seem to have what 12 or 14 of the suckers? China’s is primarily for research & study I may have read. Also aircraft carriers are an existing technology which can be built today or bought from another country. Currently our AC’s are definitely a “big stick”, however there are a number of articles that point towards possible technological advances over them.

        I was just imagining that eventually a counter will be found to these that will make them go the way of the trireme, ship-of-the-line, battleship, or other weapons system. If we stagnate & China has an adaptable scientific base and can come up with new solutions, I would not bet on the stagnating side.

        I made the point that “trying to get diversity in the sciences may not be in our best interests”.

        • Even Japan has a pair of little ones now, but they’re suitable for operating only antisubmarine helicopters (and V/STOL jets which Japan doesn’t have). The Japanese MSDF (navy) has as its main focus antisubmarine operations. Do you suppose the US submarine fleet’s successes in 1942-45 and Japan’s dependence on imported raw materials have had anything to do with that mindset?

          The Asian carrier arms race includes India, which has paid for the fourth and last of the old Soviet “Kiev” class cruiser/carrier hybrids to be rebuilt as a pure carrier: “Vikramiditiya”. This work is now apparently finished, and has just recently launched their first home built carrier, “Vikrant”, named after their first (British-built) carrier.

  • Ella

    You really cannot “push” anyone into math or science fields. You have to like it. These fields pay well because of the work responsibilities such as chemical engineers at plants or flight controllers (aeronautical engineers) at airports. So, what man made disasters happen next out of their affirmative action programs?

    • Sloppo

      It’s not just a matter of liking it. There is an ability issue. A friend of mine had a teacher who probably liked science, but she probably should not have been given the job of teaching what she called “erf science”.

  • itdoesnotmatter

    One of my family members is on a round-the-clock County Psych Emergency Response Team. This is an area of practice that calls for skilled crisis intervention clinicians. The team until recently was all white.

    Now required to include their “fair share” of affirmative action employees, the county hired 1 psychopathic radical lesbian Dominican, 2 racist blacks, both with misconduct backgrounds, and 3 lazy messicans. All have subpar clinical skills.

    As a consequence, the team has suffered a noticeable drop in quality of care and productivity. Interpersonal relationships have also eroded.

    The usual routine: a call comes in requesting a mental health evaluation in the county. The browns and blacks play a stand-off game, remain sitting in their chairs knowing the whites will jump up and get going.
    More galling; it is not unusual for the AA hires to fall asleep at their desks.

  • bubo

    “We seek greatness, goodness, excellence, hard work, usually wealth comes with that, not always. It’s not what we seek, but it’s what the result of our good work is–and prosperity for America. But that prosperity needs to be shared in a way that honors the talents and the strengths of the individuals that make up this great country,” Landrieu said at the event to launch the Minorities in Energy Initiative.

    Can anyone translate this nonsense?

    • Juan Outtamany

      Folks, without the mental wherewithal to handle tough thinking and jazz, shall be given jobs they don’t deserve.

      ps… Suqit America

    • FormerlyEdNY

      It means redistribution of wealth. Take money from hard working Whites and give it to non-deserving minorities. Just more left wing propaganda.

    • Brian

      Bend over YT. You are about to be Culturally Enriched, yet again. And this time it will work, we promise.

  • Juan Outtamany

    When they own all the Human Resources Departments in all the agencies, the government will own you. You are the 40 acres and a mule

    Just look at the Dept of Motor Vehicles as your paradigm.

    • Greg S

      And the postal service, and the social services dept, and law enforcement, and any government agency, that is the majority of lazy do nothing leeches.

  • Sloppo

    My dog has a problem with ticks and fleas that want to “share the prosperity”.

  • My thoughts also: I work in these fields but in private industry. I’ve never seen anything approaching 9%.

  • Yale2001

    The money, time and energy we waste to try and get one ethnic group to a level playing field is unbelievable. When will the libs see that it’s a lost cause? What good is it to spend so much for so little return? Just treat people fair and equal and let the chips fall. America needs to grow a pair. Quit making everyone suffer from one small groups inadequacies.

    • Sighisoara

      It’s unbelievable and abhorrent. I read about things like this and think, “Gee, way to go with the priorities, it’s not like there are more critical problems to deal with. Thanks a lot elected elite.”

  • Yale2001

    Kind of a bad attitude, but I do understand your thoughts. I do find it more acceptable for a hard working American to use our resources than an illegal and/or lazy humanoid.

  • I once worked with a pair of subcontinental Indians. One of them became annoyed about the framed patent certificates in our company’s front office, because my name was on “too many” of them. Another was infuriated when I explained at a meeting how diphenylsilazane additives worked in producing a metal oxide ceramic thin film using spin-on deposition of metallo-organic precursors, which resulted in my name being added to the patent application. He had lifted the idea out of literature. Neither of these dalits could have invented his way out of a paper bag with a chainsaw and a flamethrower.

    Subcontinental PhDs may not be very smart, but they sure are stupid.

  • Bud Smith

    I received a MS Mechanical Engineering degree from Wayne State University, located in downtown Detroit. There were no black students in any of my classes.

    • Brian

      At Georgia Tech, electrical engineering, we had some Indians and Chinese, usually about 2 blacks in a class of 60 (this is in Atlanta!) One of the blacks was a foreigner, from Senegal or some such. By the third year, some of them had transferred to Management or Textile Engineering, or out to another school.


    There is something to be said for this. When it comes to crunch time, the government will decree in the only way it can: everyone cuts back by X%. If you are conserving now, you will really be hit, but if you are extravagant, you will be cut back to some reasonable level.


    “Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) said ‘prosperity needs to be shared’…”

    Well, how much of HER prosperity has she shared?

  • striket3

    Expect blackouts and brownouts now!

  • Evette Coutier

    The hunt is on and government, the media, and minorities see whites as the prey.

  • [Guest]

    I suppose my preference that personal prosperity be linked to productivity and worth in the marketplace makes me an extremist.

  • Discussions of “diversity” in the workforce always remind me of an old video by Amren’s own Jared Taylor, where he destroys this nonsense by asking how racial diversity, or diversity of any kind, improves such things as engineering, or science, or even building a house. Just goes to show that Jared’s endless slogging away does sink into the brain, so thanks again Jared. I just wished the “liberals” would take on board such logic.

  • Brian

    Not enough blacks or browns in STEM? How bizarre! Because they do so well in that back in their native lands…

  • panjoomby

    the medical field is much dumbed down. blacks that get in to med school have lower MCAT scores than whites who don’t get in. once in med school, tests can be retaken until passed.

  • Erasmus

    That sort of discovery coming from a Nigerian could land him the Nobel Prize in physics.

  • Erasmus

    When a bridge collapses because of some incompetent affirmative-action engineer, you better believe the lawyers are going to be waiting in the wings to get their fair share.

  • ZeitTrash

    Any such white male strike would be used to seize power and control strictly for non-whites and that control would then be wielded in a totalitarian, dictatorial manner beyond your wildest nightmares. Permanently.

    Even if public order, public health, and the whole shebang disintegrated, the craving for power and “respeck” would far, far outway any concerns about restoring order, stability, sanitation, and technical progress. Returning large amounts of control to white males would be totally unacceptable to most blacks, hispanics, and (it has to be admitted) even to many white women.

    This is one of the things that is so disturbing about the nitwit white liberals’ craving for “diversity.” Multiculturalism is strictly a one way street. Whites give and non-whites take. That’s how it works. The various varieties of hispanics and blacks and asians have no interest in white or European culture beyond what they can seize from it politically and economically. And they are aggresively and relentlessly bigoted about their own ethnicity while whites are slammed if they show a similar regard for their own ethnicity.

  • WR_the_realist

    Everything our federal government does is now about race. It can’t fund nuclear fusion research without dragging race into it, as this article proves. And yet those guys in Washington, D.C. call us the racists.