Traditional Safety Measures

Traditional Safety Measures Are OK Again
Traditional Safety Measures Are OK Again

Tradition safety measures on college campuses, i.e., segregating, quarantining, or sequestering Blacks – especially Black males – away from White students is OK again. It’s even now considered anti-racist. Indeed, the Blacks are actually demanding it and crowing over their “victory” when they get it. 😆

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White Supremacy Narrative

The White Supremacy Narrative
The White Supremacy Narrative

A bit ago five Black police officers beat a Black man, Tyre Nichols, to death during what may be a unwarranted traffic stop. The five officers involved were all hired under the new, lower standards program that allows for even felons of color (FoC) to join law enforcement.

But, of course, the screeds from the Blacks and #Woke enablers went immediately to “Systemic Racism” and “White Supremacy.” And that in spite of the fact – or because of it – that the body cam video shows what looks far more like gang-style violence than police brutality.

But, They Found A White Scapegoat To Make It Work
But, They Found A White Scapegoat To Make It Work

But hey! They found a White scapegoat – Officer Preston Hemphill, who was present at the initial contact with Nichols, but not present or involved in the later, eventually fatal beating of Nichols. So now these Blacks and the enablers are going after Officer Hemphill and the Memphis PD for “shielding him” 🙄

Then, this is all to be expected. When a Black dies in police custody, they always go with the White Supremacy Narrative. It’s the singularly best way for them to get attention, weaken law enforcement, and get a bigger payout from their lawsuits.

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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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USC's Field Negros

USC Bans Field

No. You can’t even make this shit up. I really don’t know if this is just what we allow to pass for colleges in California or a case of the Left Coast wanting to signal that they’re even #Woker than the Northeast. Either way though, USC’s Suzanne-Dworak-Peck School of Social Work wants everyone to know that use of the word “field” will no longer be tolerated.


As we enter 2023, we would like to share a change we are making at the Suzanne-Dworak-Peck School of Social Work to ensure our use of inclusive language and practice. Specifically, we have decided to remove the term ‘field’ from our curriculum and practice and replace it with ‘practicum.’ This change supports anti-racist social work practice by replacing language that could be considered anti-Black or anti-immigrant in favor of inclusive language. Language can be powerful, and phrases such as ‘going into the field’ or ‘field work’ may have connotations for descendants of slavery and immigrant workers that are not benign.

— Practicum Education Department,
USC Suzanne-Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

So, no more “field work,” and no more going into or being out “in the field.” Not sure how they’re planning to handle their “field of study.” 😆 But then, “anti-racism” is, more often than not, anti-sensical.

USC’s Suzanne-Dworak-Peck School of Social Work’s language policing does raise a singular, glaring question in my mind though. If they’re banning “field” from use due to it possibly having certain connotations for “descendants of slavery and immigrant workers,” are they also going to ban the use of “house?” After all, the House Negro is the antithesis of the Field Negro and holds extremely bad connotations to the majority of Blacks who always seem to need the charity of social work.

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Democrats’ Police Reform

Democrats' Police Reform
Democrats’ Police Reform Visualized

This is a sadly apt visualization of Democrats’ Police Reform, especially in regards to the endemic intersectionality of Black males and violent crime. In the name of #Equity, this is how Democrats expect law enforcement to treat Black violent offenders. After all, like everything else done under the warbanner of Equity, the only only way to get the results – and the Blacks’ votes – Democrats want it to not enforce laws or standards upon Blacks.

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