The War on Whites (and Asians) Picks Up

2021 February 19
by bc3b

Throughout the history of mankind (personkind for any wokes who may be lurking), discrimination has been an unfortunate fact of life. People tend to dislike and/or distrust those who are different.

During the 19th Century in the United States, non-WASPs (Irish, Italians, Jews, Poles) faced discrimination. As Chinese and Japanese begin arriving, they also faced discrimination. How did these people overcome discrimination? By getting an education, working hard and becoming part of the famous (now labeled infamous by the left) “melting pot.”

Blacks faced the greatest discrimination. But in the 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s anti-discrimination laws were passed and they were making real progress, following the same successful formula as Europeans and Asians – getting an education and working hard. Then, under Lyndon Johnson, the government decided to “help” via the so-called “Great Society.” That reversed decades of progress.

Today, according to the left, the only discrimination is against blacks and the LGBTQ classes. Ivy League schools reject Chinese applicants because too many are super smart and study too hard.

Anyone questioning this is immediately labeled as “racissst” by the left. Let’s take a look at Madison, Wisconsin:

In Madison, Wisconsin, the famously leftist city government recently established a Police Civilian Oversight Board in response to activists concerned with police relations. The board’s mission is rather vague: “provide input,” “engage in community outreach,” and “make policy-level recommendations.” What the board is not vague about is who is allowed to participate.

Six of the board’s 11 members must be black. No Asians, American Indian, Hispanics or Latinos, or Whites can sit in those six seats: “Blacks Only,” to use the terminology of the City’s Alder Workgroup, which explicitly mandated “50 percent Black members.”

Furthermore, one board seat is reserved for an Asian; one board seat is reserved for an American Indian; one board seat is reserved for someone identifying as “Latinx.” Finally, one board seat is reserved for a “member of the LGBTQ community,” although the city presumably would allow someone to be both a minority and LGBTQ at the same time.

Heralded as a serious effort at “equity” and “inclusion,” Madison’s Police Civilian Oversight Board intentionally discriminates based on racial categories—a practice with an ugly and pernicious past. This is also the vision of America’s most prominent “antiracists.” For example, in his 2019 book, “How to be an Antiracist,” best-selling author Ibram X. Kendi is explicit that, “The only remedy to past discrimination is present discrimination. The only remedy to present discrimination is future discrimination.”

Unfortunately, Madison is not alone in this kind of legal racism. California now imposes racial quotas on private companies’ boards. NASDAQ is following suit. Many private companies, such as Delta Airlines and Wells Fargo, are promising to impose quotas.

Regardless of the intent or the current zeitgeist on racial justice, intentional race discrimination remains illegal, unconstitutional, and contrary to basic American values. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has written that “racial paternalism and its unintended consequences can be as poisonous and pernicious as any other form of discrimination.”

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Hat tip: The Federalist

50 Responses leave one →
  1. 2021 February 19 9:43 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    ““help” via the so-called “Great Society.” That reversed decades of progress.”

    Keep the whole population on “stimmy’s.”

  2. 2021 February 19 10:08 am
    justrand permalink

    Six of the board’s 11 members must be black. No Asians, American Indian, Hispanics or Latinos, or Whites can sit in those six seats”

    I hope they have separate drinking fountains and restrooms for them too!! Jim Crow is BACK!!

  3. 2021 February 19 10:45 am

    Give a knee grow an inch, and they will demand reparations.

  4. 2021 February 19 11:24 am
    Eph permalink


    You better dig in now !!!!

    The revolution starts SOON!!!

  5. 2021 February 19 11:25 am
    justrand permalink

    IP, it’s not too late to self-identify as a Transgendered-Black-Native America-Blind-Illegal Alien!!

  6. 2021 February 19 11:45 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Swift just + cover up — — Such BS.

  7. 2021 February 19 11:48 am
    drdog09 permalink

    I suspect the NBA would have a problem if these types of standards were applied to them.

  8. 2021 February 19 12:23 pm

    7 – Same dept, as the coin flip thing, if I recall same year too. Maybe he could justify (apparently not since he was quietly removed)… The cover up is the even bigger deal.

  9. 2021 February 19 1:20 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “They want to pick on us because they want their babysitters back.” — — So lets get this straight. They self identify as baby sitters but they will make more money than any babysitter would.

    The Police have pretty much lost the public respect. The babysitters teachers are catching up fast.

    And some commentary —

  10. 2021 February 19 2:19 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    One for PRP,

    Assume that $30Tn of reserves are consumed over the next 25 years. How does that work your financial modelling?

  11. 2021 February 19 2:44 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  12. 2021 February 19 2:53 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  13. 2021 February 19 3:22 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    13, true and a good point.

    3, that part is scary

  14. 2021 February 19 3:43 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    A comment at another blog:

    “Wow. For everyone who has not read the JE Dyer posting that includes the resignation letter of the head of the Capitol Police, go read it now! … f-reality/

    The narrative of the letter recounts events that I can only describe as a (past-tense) successful coup that overthrew the US government on Jan 6th.

    The Joint Session of Congress to certify the presidential vote was scheduled to begin at 3pm. At least nine senators had pledged to speak to dispute the votes from states where obvious vote fraud had occurred. They would demand instead that those several states would conduct audits of the votes over the succeeding 10 days, and then Congress would reconvene on January 16th and take up the matter of certifying the election then in light of the new information gathered over those ten days.

    The president and thousands of his supporters had assembled across town from the Capitol at the Ellipse (across the street from the White House). The president spoke from noon to 1:11pm giving a detailed rationale for disputing the election counts in these states, and mapping out their plan for the afternoon. The Stop the Steal Rally would march down Pennsylvania Avenue and reconvene in front of the Capitol (something that would have taken 1-2 hours, given the size of the crowd at the Ellipse, and that they were on foot.)

    Instead of that happening, Congress was prevented from debating and deliberating as is their right and duty, and the president and his supporters were prevented from “peaceably assembling” to “petition for redress of grievances” which is THEIR right and duty.

    Before the president could even finish his speech at the Ellipse, “several thousand” violent insurrectionists stormed the Capitol and prevented the 3pm Joint Session of Congress with its the debate and deliberation from happening at 3pm. Once the building was under the control of the insurrectionists, they, along with their (perhaps unwitting?) collaborators in congressional leadership, reconvened at 9pm and forced through the vote certification without allowing any dispute or debate — the debate which is the bedrock of a functioning republic.

    Opposing senators and representatives were silenced.

    The President was silenced.

    The thousands of people assembled at the Ellipse were silenced.

    The 74 million people who voted for President Trump were disenfranchised and silenced.”

  15. 2021 February 19 3:45 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    She continues:

    Here’s the money quote:
    What occurred on January 6th cannot be considered under any circumstances a protest, a rally, or civil disobedience. This was a well-planned, coordinated, armed insurrection at the United States Capitol. The USCP does not have the manpower, the training, or the capabilities to handle an armed insurrection involving thousands of individuals bent on violence and destruction at all costs. Nevertheless, because of their bravery and professionalism in the face of this attack, USCP officers prevented the mob’s actions from resulting in more bloodshed, and carried out their mission to protect the Members of Congress and the legislative process. Contrary to what others have said, the USCP did not fail. There are many heroic stories of USCP officers that day that helped to ensure the safety of the Members of Congress, including two officers who lost their lives. Democracy prevailed on January 6, 2021, in large part because of the courageous actions of the United States Capitol Police.
    No, in fact the legislative process was killed on January 6, 2021. The Capitol Police were certainly courageous in protecting Members of Congress, but in the end they, and the Congress itself, turned around and finished the job that the insurrectionists started. They silenced those who tried to Stop the Steal on the afternoon of January 6th, and then gathered to Seal the Steal on the night of January 6th.

  16. 2021 February 19 3:47 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Who were the 2 Capitol police who died?
    One was Officer Sicknick, who was NOT hurt by protesters. They are still hiding his cause of death.
    Was the other a heart attack or similar?

  17. 2021 February 19 3:50 pm

    zero hedge “Any user found to be discriminating against ANY race, religion, or affiliation, will be banned immediately, and have their comments removed from the system.” Fuk 0 hedge and their self righteous bravo sierra. The new McCarthyism.

  18. 2021 February 19 4:10 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    “A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 54% of Likely U.S. Voters say they agree with this statement: “Joe Biden’s not the moderate nice guy that they made him out to be. He’s a puppet of the radical left,” a summary notes.

    In contrast, just forty percent (40%) of voters disagree with the statement.”

  19. 2021 February 19 5:08 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Are you talking about with regard to Bitcoin sucking treasuries?

    Honestly no idea, but to me interest rates signify the cost of capital, and without accurate rates capitalism can’t exist. At zero rates you just get more and asset bubbles, more and more zombie corporations that make society less and less productive, more and more corrupt politicians, larger and larger crisis etc etc.

    So if there is an asset that is not only deflationary in nature in terms of wealth preservation but also eventually will be able or give the market accurate interest rates, that would seem like a winner.

    I guess if BTC market cap went over 10 trillion or something crazy, at that point it would become a national security risk for the politicians and military.

    Actually no one really knows where the mining is anymore. At one point 70% was in China meaning that the CCP if it wanted to could nationalize the miners, and at that point they would control >50% of the nodes so they could fork it to make their own rules and crash the market. However, mining over the past few years has moved away from China (Iran, Venezuela, Iceland, Turkey etc etc) so it’s hard to say if that would be possible in more.

    China controls cheap power with coal so that’s why they are able to do this.

  20. 2021 February 19 5:18 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    A lot of the miners somehow actually fled China to Japan when they banned crypto. Lately China has been banning some individual online checking accounts of some sort ruining some of the operations further.

    Maybe the environmentalists will come for BTC before any of all that happens actually.

  21. 2021 February 19 5:36 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    That $30Tn I quoted is the expected savings that the valuation out of the market that Boomers are expected to start sucking out of the economy. Rates are slated to rise as a consequence. Should make for some really nasty second order effects.

  22. 2021 February 19 5:37 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    So what do you give as the over/under that the flag lasts a week on Amazon before its removed.

  23. 2021 February 19 5:40 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    O ya, I expect the Fed will just buy the stock market like Japan of course for one reason or the next soon anyways.

  24. 2021 February 19 5:55 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    The blackrock group that was buying junk bonds for the Fed actually had fine print writing in it that enabled it to start buying not just junk bonds but also equities in case they needed to in March, but obviously they never did that.

  25. 2021 February 19 6:08 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    Just received notice of StarLink service, signed up. Be 3-6 months before I get the gear tho.

    If it pans out will finally be able to cut the cable.

  26. 2021 February 19 6:13 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    If a corporate company sent around a training kit instructing black people how to “be less black”, the world would implode and lawsuits would follow.
    I genuinely hope these employees sue @CocaCola for blatant racism and discrimination. … 7481446406


    Looks like the links are truncated. Here’s the Outkick.

  27. 2021 February 19 6:15 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Haven’t had cable since somewhere around 2007 or so?

    Actually just recently bought satellite cable it after not having it for 20 years for no other reason than I have more money now.

    But ya it’s a rip off.

  28. 2021 February 19 6:17 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Preston Pysh live postcast at 9pm eastern if anyone is bored

  29. 2021 February 19 6:20 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  30. 2021 February 19 6:25 pm
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #28 –


    Outkick the Coverage isn’t conservative. Eph told us.

  31. 2021 February 19 6:38 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    All we have is cable internet. We have not had cable TV, we dropped that as least a long as you. The price kept going up and we were watching it less and less.

  32. 2021 February 19 6:39 pm

    “So what do you give as the over/under that the flag lasts a week on Amazon before its removed.”~~~~~24 hours it will be gone.

  33. 2021 February 19 8:06 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Clay Travis attacks Andrew Cuomo as the worst elected official in America:

    But, remember Outkick the Coverage is NOT conservative. Keep telling yourself that.

  34. 2021 February 19 8:24 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  35. 2021 February 19 8:26 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Jeff Booth Lazer eyes

    Congressman @WarrenDavidson, with all due respect, sir, it’s time for you to get some laser eyes

  36. 2021 February 19 8:51 pm
    Eph permalink

    18 IP

    ZH has always been 100% dickhead

    Sadly some here love them !!!!

    More proof that BJG is DOA

  37. 2021 February 19 8:58 pm
    Eph permalink

  38. 2021 February 19 9:01 pm
    Eph permalink

    Pro choice moderate…


  39. 2021 February 19 9:06 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

  40. 2021 February 19 9:09 pm
    Eph permalink


    ZH is a perfect example of why “we” keep losing elections.

    Throw in GWP too.

  41. 2021 February 19 11:11 pm
    justrand permalink

    Eph, there are times I worry about you…ok, most of the time.

  42. 2021 February 19 11:28 pm
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    The uber bull case: The supermassive blackhole

  43. 2021 February 20 12:20 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink

    Ivy leagues endowments have Quietly buying bitcoin

    (That’s why they will stay the Ivy league.)

  44. 2021 February 20 1:04 am
    Eph permalink


    No time to worry !!

    The time to dig in starts NOW!!!

  45. 2021 February 20 9:40 am

    WTF be lazer eyes???

  46. 2021 February 20 1:18 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    “ZH has always been 100% dickhead

    Sadly some here love them !!!!”

    Who would you rather believe Eph? ZH or the publicity release from any CongressCritter? ZH at least damn near everything they can print.

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