From the Manager’s Legal Bulletin:
Article: “Emotional outburst? Respond with patience, calm … and detailed notes”
Quote: “Case in point: Pamela, a black special education teacher, is from South Africa. Her native language is Zulu. When some parents complained that Pamela wasn’t preparing their children’s individual education plans (IEPs) on time, a supervisor requested copies of any IEPs and class lesson plans in advance…
Pamela complied, sort of. She provided lesson plans in Zulu.
When the supervisor returned them with a note that said “this is gibberish,”
she protested and claimed she always prepared her plans in her native tongue
because that was easier for her. She also complained that calling her language
“gibberish” was discrimination based on national origin…
On another occasion, Pamela called the supervisor “a bold faced [sic] liar”
and asked whether he was sleeping with other teachers in exchange for preferential
Pamela sued, alleging race and national origin discrimination, as well as assault.
The court tossed out her case after listening to the school district’s calm
recounting of the incidents. (Mnyandu v. Los Angeles Unified School District)”
That article features this map:
So, out of curiosity, I did a search and got this from the Census Bureau:
So…the least upwardly mobile places are also the blackest.
Could the explanation be racial intelligence, work ethic, or ethnic culture?
No. Racism is the only explanation liberals and blacks can accept.
Seems like the excuses are getting old, doesn’t it?
Wilderness. Indians. White settlers. Fur traders. Military outposts. War. Mines. Ore. Lake-shipping traders. Train depots. Industrialists and capitalists. Inventors. Wealth. Jews. War. Unions. Communists and fellow travelers. Immigrants. Blacks looking for easy work out of the sun. Retoolers. Globalists. Jews. Downsizers. Drug dealers. Crackheads. Empty streets. Empty blocks. Empty square miles. Death.
Upon this soil there once stood
A nation, proud and mostly good,
Where decent, normal, prudent sorts
Ran the government and courts.
Where weirdos didn’t teach in schools,
Where parents dreaded raising fools,
Where child-killers got The Chair,
And sickos knew they’d best beware.
Where God was real and sports were clean,
And our children not yet half-machine,
And it was still a shock, and rare,
To hear a well-raised person swear.
The food was wholesome, springs pristine,
An obese child rarely seen,
Women didn’t act like whores,
And we didn’t salivate for wars.
I think sometimes it gets forgotten
That this country wasn’t always rotten,
That wrongs were often set aright,
And the Big Boss Man was always white.
But today we raised a flag at dawn,
For a country that is largely gone,
And on this warm Fourth of July,
It’s just the latest day to watch it die.