AmRen is on the case!

I’ve been busy these past few days, so posting has been slow.  Fortunately, the good folks at American Renaissance must never sleep, as they’ve been on the ball, as always, and found several news stories lately that deal with quotas/disparate justice for whites/etc.

I’ll begin on a positive note.  AmRen reports on this story, from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, of wrongfully-dismissed whites fighting back against the black-dominated DeKalb County Government in Georgia.  Good to see more whites fighting back.:

“Testimony is to start Tuesday in a federal trial in which plaintiffs contend former DeKalb County CEO Vernon Jones ordered a top subordinate to “dig up dirt” on top white managers because he wanted a “darker administration” to reflect the county’s racial makeup.

Lead plaintiff lawyer Michael Bowers told jurors in opening statements Monday in U.S. District Court in Atlanta that three top managers in the county’s parks department were humiliated, harassed and forced out of their jobs because of their race, and an African-American, who was once a close friend of Jones’, was fired because he wouldn’t carry out the orders.”…

“Becky Kelley, who was director of DeKalb’s parks department for nearly a decade, Michael Bryant, who was the deputy director for the parks department, and John Drake, another former deputy director of the parks department, filed a suit in 2004, contending that they suffered job discrimination because they are white. Herbert Lowe, a black deputy director in the department, contends he was fired because he wouldn’t cooperate with the program to target white managers for removal.”


Next comes the bad news.  Apparently this new healthcare bill is loaded with quotas.  Reporting on an article written by La Shawn Barber on Michelle Malkin’s website:

“One provision states that programs with “a record of training individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups or from a rural or disadvantaged background” will be given priority for government money. This is only one of several such provisions. Programs and medical institutions that practice racial preferences will be moved further up the money queue than programs and medical institutions that disregard race.”…

“The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights called the provisions racially discriminatory and sent President Barack Obama and Congress letters warning them about the provisions. The politicians ignored the warning, naturally.”…

“The Commission rightly concluded that medical institutions competing for federal dollars may end up lowering academic standards for minority applicants, and added that “race-based attempts to achieve some ill-defined ‘critical mass’ of minority students or to demonstrate a ‘sufficient’ record of training such students are constitutionally suspect. . . .”

Apparently competency takes a back seat to proportional representation as far as the makeup of America’s doctors goes.  The new slogan for this healthcare bill should be “Give Me Quotas And Give Me Death!”  Patrick Henry would be proud.  Here’s a copy of the letter from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

James Edwards at The Political Cesspool reports that Muslims may be exempt from ObamaCare.  If this is true, then it just confirms what many have long suspected…that this “healthcare” bill is nothing more than a giant transfer of wealth and resources from whites (who are less likely to be Muslim) to non-whites (who are more likely to be Muslim). 

As I always like to end on a high-note, here’s some more good news.  From the Associated Press/Google News, by way of Amren:

“The school board in North Carolina’s capital city narrowly agreed Tuesday to roll back a policy that buses students to achieve diversity, following a tense meeting at which three people were arrested, others were forcibly removed and heated arguments echoed passions from an era past.”

“After dozens spoke at a hearing, the Wake County school board voted 5-4 to approve a new assignment policy aimed at placing students in schools near their homes.”…

“The NAACP supported the long-standing policy that uses socio-economic background rather than race to assign students, and Barber continued to question the board’s plans during Tuesday’s meeting.”

Yeah…somewhere in the Constitution, it guarantees black people the right to force white kids to drive an hour and a half away from home each way to go to school with them.


One Response to “AmRen is on the case!”

  1. AmRen Continues To Do My Job For Me « Disparate Planet Says:

    […] 2) The suit by whites, alleging racial discrimination, against DeKalb County Georgia’s black-run government continues.  So far, it’s cost the taxpayers $2.53 million to defend against the suit.  Funny, blacks allege discrimination, the U.S. Government lays down and hands over $1.25 billion.  Whites allege discrimination, the government fights it to the bitter end.  $2.53 million is probably more than the white plaintiffs were even asking for.  It would have probably just been cheaper for New Zimbabwe to have settled out of court.  But this is minority-occupied America…Whitey won’t get a dime no matter what! […]

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