Actionable Affirmations

Orthocegenation - Actionable Affirmations
Orthocegenation – Actionable Affirmations

Since it’s once again Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, it seems to me to be the most appropriate time to remind all you, my fellow White Men, that Orthocegenation is the best way to reach the goals of equality. Providing Black Women with our children and our support as fathers to those children are actionable affirmations that we are all Americans and all committed to a better, brighter future for those children.

The arc of justice may be long, but we can shorten it. So, do the Right, White thing and include Black women in your reproductive choices and, all else being equal, choose them as them as mothers of your children. Indeed, if you accept the need for equity, prioritize your choice of them for motherhood. Remember, by diversifying our fatherhood we spread – dare I say redistribute? – our privilege, thereby reducing the gap between races.

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Biden's Border Commitment

Biden's Border Commitment
Biden’s Border Commitment

The amount and nature of Biden’s border commitment can be summed up by Creepy Uncle Joe’s chosen Border Czar, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner, Chris Magnus was very recently forced to resign his position by by US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas. He was given the choice of resigning – which he did after a short bout of defiance – or being terminated for cause.

So, why would the Cuban-American head of DHS, who has always shown a strong bias against White Americans, fire an openly queer official appointed by Biden to manage the influx of illegals across our southern border and into our cities and towns? Simply put, it’s because Magnus was too laser focused – and too openly so – on diversity for its own sake and most of the agenda of the #DefundThePolice insurrectionists and not at all focused on Border Security or any other real part of his job.

As migrant encounters along the southern border continue to set records, frustration is mounting inside the Biden administration with the head of Customs and Border Protection.

Five current administration officials who work with CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus portrayed him as unengaged in his job, saying he often doesn’t attend White House meetings on the situation on the border, badmouths other agencies to colleagues and superiors, and has not built relationships within CBP and across other agencies to address the influx of migrants at the border. They complain he is unfamiliar with some of the operations of CBP and instead is focused primarily on reforming the culture of the Border Patrol, addressing its long list of allegations of racism and violence.

Some of the officials believe Magnus hasn’t prioritized addressing the high number of migrants attempting to cross the border, but instead has continually tried to shift blame to other agencies. As an example, two of the five current administration officials said Magnus brought his boss, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, pages of grievances about Immigration and Customs Enforcement. While CBP is responsible for securing U.S. borders at and between ports of entry, ICE is the agency responsible for arresting and detaining undocumented people within U.S. borders.

— Politico
Biden’s top border chief comes under internal fire

This is a simple case of incompetence being finally dealt with. While it’s patently obvious that Magnus was appointed by Biden to do what he’s been doing to make our southern more porous and meaningless – and, of course, being openly queer secured the appointment – Magnus has utterly failed to do so quietly, without drawing attention to his mandate from the White House.

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Invisible College Barrier?

Invisible College Barrier? No!
Invisible College Barrier? No!

Certain sorts are complaining that underrepresented minority (URM) – yes, that’s now a term in college circles – students are facing invisible barriers in public colleges which prevent them from getting or completing the degrees that they want. And those invisible barriers are grades. And this, of course, is racist and needs to be addressed.

Let’s start with the fact that minorities are most likely not underrepresented, if enrollment figures have maintained the rates that they had for a long time. A five-year average showed that 4.98% of Whites, 6.22% of Blacks, and 4.1% of Latinos enrolled in college each year. So, that pretty much throws the Underrepresented Minority (URM) into the trash heap where all such lies belong.

But that “invisible barrier” to minority students is hardly invisible at all. It’s in plain sight, like all or most actual scholastic requirements in colleges, especially large public universities. They do gate off popular majors, limiting them out of necessity to those students with the best GPAs in prerequisite courses for those respective majors. These grade requirements conserve the various departments’ limited resources by acting as a winnowing tool, which makes sure that the strongest students enter those majors and lower-performing students are directed to other majors that the universities’ faculties believe they can better handle.

I got in here,” she [Gonzales] told me this summer, which she spent finishing her degree in a different major. “I did the application. I did the essays. I was accepted. But then there was another admissions process I didn’t even know about. It was like running a race with one leg.”

It’s quite simple really. When competing for resources, those who can show that they will make the best use of those resources will gain them and those that don’t show that won’t get them. If minorities can’t successfully compete – a falsehood, judging by UC Berkely’s graduates demographic figures – it’s neither the universities faults nor their “problem” to solve.

Most certainly, the growing trend of using “holistic” means of judging a major candidates’ worthiness to claim one of the seats in a college/major, is not a means that provides true benefit. It just ends up lowering the bar, but only for certain classes of applicant.

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Just A Foreign Black Lesbian

Karine Jean-Pierre - Just A Foreign Black Lesbian
Karine Jean-Pierre – Just A Foreign Black Lesbian

According to even the strongly Left-biased Politico, reporters of all stripes are discontent with White House Press Secretary. Karine Jean-Pierre’s seemingly utter incompetence and inability or unwillingness to answer questions in anything resembling a coherent and substantive manner.

“At a certain point it wouldn’t surprise me if people started voting with their feet,” one White House reporter told POLITICO, predicting the lack of news from the briefings could result in waning attendance of reporters.

“She is so focused on not making a mistake that she doesn’t let herself speak freely,” another reporter said. “A lot of her responses end up becoming… it appears that she’s reading from a page.”

Frankly, I just don’t understand their apparent shock at this or their willingness to complain publicly about it. Jean-Pierre is just a mentally damaged, foreign, Black, lesbian. That is, insofar as the Biden Administration is concerned, all that she is. She’s a diversity hire, one that ticks almost all of the right boxes for their agenda. She’s just a token, exactly like Kamala Harris is. And, just like Harris, Jean-Pierre is largely left unsupported and largely unsupervised because her holding her position is what is important, not her being able to successfully fulfill the duties thereof.

In actual point of fact and in an act of total disrespect for her and the role she’s been placed in, simply because she’s just a token diversity hire, those who normally ensure that the Press Secretary is up to speed, may not trust her abilities enough to do their jobs.

And that, My Fellow Americans, is perfectly normal. Anyone who’s had to deal with diversity hires has learned to the need to- and how to work around them and mitigate the damage that they’ll do. So, the Press shouldn’t be shocked by Jean-Pierre’s performance at all.

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Another Disney Woe

Another Disney Woe
Another Disney Woe – International Diversity

Disney, having spent a couple of decades alienating their core audiences, has tried to heavily diversify its programming options. Sadly for them, the South American attempted spins on the classics didn’t translate well. 😉

Dendrobates? We don’t talk about Dendrobates

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