State-Sponsored Racism — from Obama’s Administration. But it’s OK, it’s NOT Racism, it’s just “Cultural Transformation”

Have you seen this story?  If you get your news from Pravda West, I bet you haven’t:

 BLAZE EXCLUSIVE: USDA Whistleblower Speaks Out About Controversial ‘Cultural Sensitivity Training’ Seminar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=MaBHgYkoOQg

“We were invited to attend the event, obviously, and I will say it was an invitation, but we were certainly highly encouraged to go as a part of our ‘cultural transformation’ initiative,” he said. “And he went into the whole conversation about pilgrims. And it was at that point that I said, ‘I’m done’ and I got up and left.”

Cultural transformation: does that sound familiar?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=oKxDdxzX0kI

OK, first, let’s look at the definition of racism:

 Definition of RACISM

1: a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race

2: racial prejudice or discrimination

 OK, so the “instructor” in this video is not saying minorities are better than whites – at least, not directly — but this is certainly the intended implication.  And that should remind you of this, because it is a clear example of what this post is explaining:

 “Saying It without Saying It:” How to Understand Progressive Speak

Now, keep in mind, this program is government policy.  That makes this “systemic.”  By any measure of the concept, this video/program is a clear example of racism.  Only, the racism in this case is from a minority toward the majority.  I think there’s a word associated with this practice: apartheid  (it’s also one of the primary differences between communism and fascism).

Now, let’s look at the term “cultural transformation.”  This is actually an extension of Cultural Marxism:

‘Cultural Marxism’ and ‘critical theory’ are concepts developed by a group of German intellectuals, who, in 1923 in Germany, founded the Institute of Social Research at Frankfurt University. The Institute, modeled after the Marx-Engels Institute in Moscow, became known as the Frankfurt School [3]. In 1933, when the Nazis came to power in Germany, the members of the Frankfurt School fled to the United States. While here, they migrated to major U.S. universities (Columbia, Princeton, Brandeis, and California at Berkeley). These intellectual Marxists included Herbert Marcuse, who coined the phrase, ‘make love, not war,’ during the anti-Vietnam War demonstrations.

 Today, we know Cultural Marxism as “Political Correctness,”  (or “social engineering) and it is designed to shield the political arm of this movement: the arm whose expressed purpose is the destruction of the United States as founded:

America today is dominated by a system of beliefs, attitudes and values that we have come to know as “Political Correctness.” For many it is an annoyance and a self parodying joke. But Political Correctness is deadly serious in its aims, seeking to impose a uniformity of thought and behavior on all Americans. It is therefore totalitarian in nature. Its roots lie in a version of Marxism which sees culture, rather than the economy, as the site of class struggle.

 This means that this program is part of a concerted campaign – by those in our government – to change this nation by changing our culture.  And since that change is being forced on us through programs such as this one and mandatory regulations on captive groups such as the military and our school children (which takes you back to this post – are you starting to see how this progressive web has been spun throughout our entire society yet?).

 The conclusion here is simple:

 America, your federal government is at war against you, and they are using institutional racism to wage it!

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26 thoughts on “State-Sponsored Racism — from Obama’s Administration. But it’s OK, it’s NOT Racism, it’s just “Cultural Transformation”

  1. Context ! Zero context.

    Cultural Marxism ! Well done, sounds really good doesn’t it folks.

    Ironic how the downtrodden came to America, formed a new society where everyone truly had EQUAL opportunity & protection under “the law”. Now, these Marxists can make people believe the inequality THEIR policies have created were caused by “constitutionalists/Jeffersonian liberals.”

    LIARS with well massaged propaganda.

  2. Reblogged this on USA ZORROZ PRESS ~ GOD BLESS THE WORLD and commented:
    Assassinating 99% young white males for starters in USA, men producing incomes supporitng their families and contributing to the world and our economy. Men that love their families, children, many young and babies left behind to fend without their assassinated fathers by Grim Reaper Obama Cartel UN CIA

  3. Um, that first clip kinda made me puke in my mouth. That fella was like watchin the hypnotist, Mike Harvey, on the beach. The difference between em is that this ding-dong-dummy is serious…………and seriously not funny.

  4. This anti-white attitude has been coming on strong for some time now in San Francisco Bay Area. Since I am white and blonde I’ve had some pretty nasty stuff said to me in the last few years. Very interesting to get on BART in the morning and be called “honky bitch” or “white devil”. I’ve also had Hispanics tell me I stole their country and should go back to Europe.
    Nice, huh?

    • Ask the blacks if they would like you to “undo” the injustice while handing them a one-way ticket to Kenya. And ask the Mexican whether or not the Iroquois, Sioux, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Chippewa, Seminole, or any number of other native American tribes were aware that they were actually Mexicans? Then tell them it was too bad their ancestors practice of human sacrifice was so revolting it drove the SPANIARDS to exterminate them (well, that and their gold, anyway). ;-)

      • The Indians in Canada still practiced Cannibalism when the French first came….so did the Indians in Texas and the Carribean. Those tribes on the Plains slaughtered each other …. with the Lakota Sioux only gaining prominance one the Shipwrecked spanish horses bred to a large enough population that they could be exploited by them….after becoming a “Horse culture” their Holy Work was to wipe out most of the plains tribes.

        The Mexican indians practices Human Sacrefce as you say….after the Spanish came and BECAME Mexicans…. what Indians they didn’t slaughter became chattle….which is where they exist today…….after all this time the Mexican system has kept the effective feudal / slave system basically in place……THIS is the System La Raza ( and Sotomayor remember) Idolize. And in Fact organization like La Raza advocate violence and Racism…..just like their Parent “Cultures” have done for thousands of years…….and the Modern Mexicans promote European Aristocracy and Progressivism.

        Subsaharan Africa is a Sick Joke …. with no Scientific or Social achievements BEFORE Europe arrived or after the Independence movements of the 1960′s … except of course to espouse psuedo-history that the world Stole all of their ideas or some such garbage…….Today there is not much different for the average African than when the last Bantu migration ended at the Shores of what we call Sud Africa……LOOONG before any European set foot. Full of Violence and sunjugation and episodic starvation.

        They still can’t seem to dig a hole for water without some Ivy league WHTE European or American college kids doing it for them.

        They’re all Full of Shit …… and without the White Guilt Gullibles would be seen for exactly the mental and cultural Midgets they are. ( if you want … I’ll tell you how I really feel about all this !)

  5. “They’re all Full of Shit …… and without the White Guilt Gullibles would be seen for exactly the mental and cultural Midgets they are. ( if you want … I’ll tell you how I really feel about all this !)”

    Sure, I’d like to hear how you really feel, Don.

  6. “Ask the blacks if they would like you to “undo” the injustice while handing them a one-way ticket to Kenya.”

    And would you and your family like a one-way ticket back to Poland, too?

    Come on, Joe. You’re squarely preaching what you generally say you’re against.

    This is definitely leftist language.

    • WM,

      Ah, let me see: do I cry about being “forced” to live here? NOPE!

      This is one of those areas where ALL sides need to be careful to set aside the color and look at the principle. In this case, if slavery has “damaged” the black community in America and this is used to “justify” retribution against whites such as myself — who were not even here at that time — then it IS legitimate to ask whether or not they would be better off had they been left back in their native lands. After all, if we are going to talk of damages, this is a factor that should be counted. All I am saying is to do the calculus — HONESTLY! (not YOU, WM, but the “groups” that yell at each other over this issue. Personally, I see it for what it is now: nothing more than a political hammer.)

      • I’ve done the math. It’s not calculus. It’s geometry.

        All I’m telling you, and Don in particular, that you guys are toeing the progressive line. You left the subject of an article (that I thought was well written and mostly agree with) and engaged in an emotional diatribe that has all the components of the major leftists regimes in history. Look at the coinciding words from responses:

        “The blacks”
        “Cultural midgets”
        “mental midgets”

        ” Since I am white and blonde I’ve had some pretty nasty stuff said to me in the last few years”

        I’m black and had a whole lot worse said to me over the course of my lifetime and dealt with ignorance. That’s life in America! Love it or leave it! So what if a person said “you should go back to Europe”. Is that any thing different than what you’re saying? Isn’t that freedom of speech? Does that person speak for every hispanic person? Obviously your weren’t around right after the airing of “Roots”. I was called “Toby”, Kunta Kinte, and “Chicken George”. I survived and thrived.

        You guys have got to stop taking something that one person says and apply it generally. Blacks say that they’re the victim then whites say they are. Where is that any different? Who is saying this that has an opinion that you respect? When that’s announced, then their account has some merit. Until then, all the talk is ignorance.

        B, honestly, you know better. It does no good in furthering your cause if you don’t correct the behavior in your own ranks. We all have to keep a clean back yard. Anyone, I mean anyone, that has a cognitive belief that their race is superior based on geographics or culturalism is definitely exhibiting leftist behavior. Racialism is never good but responding to it with further racialism doesn’t help. Your “go back go Africa” statement is an example of that. That’s an emotional response which you rarely make that mistake.

        Do you cry about being “forced” to live here? I don’t know. Do you know anyone that does?

        • WM,

          I’ll be honest with you: I’m sick and tired of this issue. This nation is no longer Racist — not in the true sense of the word. And if it is, then it is racism against WHITES!

          We’ve been over this before: racism — as we know it today – is a product of Progressive ideology (so I am NOT “toeing the progressive line”). It was born of the “scientific” evidence that certain races are inferior, which led to institutional discrimination. If we have that today, it is found in polices such as affirmative action.

          The truth is, most of what people call racism today is actually bigotry, and that is a fact of human nature that cannot and should not be “legislated away” because the only way to do it is to discriminate, and as soon as you chose to protect one race over another, you have just created racism to fight bigotry.

          Furthermore, the notion that the sins of the past justify the extraction of damages from the present is BS! But if the government accept the claim and makes it policy, that is again racism.

          Now, as for your critique of me, I’ll accept it — as soon as you concede that you lose your ability to remain reasonable the moment anyone makes any comment that can in the slightest way be connected to racism. If I am “colorblind” to what you perceive to be my bigotry, I can assure you, you are too.

          Personally, I can tell you I am no bigot. I do not think in those terms. I hold the individual accountable, and I couldn’t care less what color their skin is. This is also why I reject most of your accusations: because I AM addressing the underlying principles here and don’t give a damned about skin color. I care about ideas, and the notion of racism as it exists in this country today has more to do with cultural Marxism than actual racism/bigotry.

          • “The truth is, most of what people call racism today is actually bigotry”

            I can agree with that

            “Now, as for your critique of me, I’ll accept it — as soon as you concede that you lose your ability to remain reasonable the moment anyone makes any comment that can in the slightest way be connected to racism.”

            I could agree, if I was a novice on the subject. There’s been way too much research and study to have emotion tied to my responses. I’m just trying to educate you in an area that you’re lacking. You’re techinically, but from like sources. No diversity and almost robotic. That’s why an emotional response, in my eyes is strange from you. We both know that writing an article presents it for critique. I’m giving my educated opinion on the responses. You’re free to like them, or not, but your training says you shouldn’t be offended. We’ve known each other too long for that.

            “Personally, I can tell you I am no bigot.”

            I’ve never thought that you were. I just feel that if someone is in your camp, you’re less likely to correct their behavior. But, in no way, shape or form is a “go back to Africa statement” anything but an emotional response and an error on your part. Let’s apply that logic on both sides and see what we come up with?

            • WM,

              We are on the same side on this issue: allies. So I am telling you that what you took as an emotional response was not offered in that voice. It was flippant and sarcastic and born of being tired of this issue being abused — but it was not emotional. At least, not in the sense I think you believed it was.
              :-)

              • Agreed. I also am tired of it.

                Yes, we are allies in this cause. Let’s do our best to distinguish racism from bigotry—which I also agree is more prevalent but not as widespread as people generally think it is. Most of the times the words white and black conjoined with a person is descriptive not in any way racial.

                I also understand the feeling of need at times to defend one’s self, but education is the only defense against ignorance and that education must be proper.

                Lastly, I know I pop in every now and then to comment and mostly on topics that concern race because I think I can help individuals understand or at least present a different view. I want others to know things like affirmative action was another good idea gone bad, by government intervention. It wasn’t initially intended to take from one and give to another. It wasn’t initially intended to let minorities go to the front of the line past majorities that have patiently waited for their turn. If government would have taken a different approach, mainly in the way HBCUs were funded, that would have worked out a lot better than trying to force universities to admit students that didn’t meet the entrance criteria to be admitted or cut their funding.

                That’s bullshit in my book. I sure you own that same book.

                Again, we end up at the same destination but just by different paths.

                • WM,

                  No worries. You know you have helped me sharpen my ax on this issue (figure of speech ;-) ). And I’m grateful for it. In fact, I enjoy your sort of push-back. It is meant to make me clarify my thinking while still being on the same side. Steel sharpens steel, brother :-)

                • “I enjoy your sort of push-back. It is meant to make me clarify my thinking while still being on the same side.”

                  That’s absolutely the reasoning behind it to reevaluate our positions and clarify our thinking, right?

                  In order to rage against the machine we can’t continue to cut ourselves so thin. We should all be Americans first and foremost. Then we are free to celebrate our individual heritages. If we fight each other, and continue to divide, we do as Marx said we would. United we stand. If we can’t stand back to back in the foxhole, for fear that you’ll shoot me or vice versa, we’ll both get taken out because you have to worry about the enemy in the foxhole as well as the one outside of it.

    • I agree. Racism comes from all sides. As an observer, I do notice that white people are blamed and shamed more than other races. I have witnessed this. Also, I notice in the media that the white race is made to feel this “guilt” for slavery that we never took part of.

      Aside from all that, I want my top back. Those black helicopters keep hovering because I don’t have it (at least I hope that is why they are hovering…..)

      • “I do notice that white people are blamed and shamed more than other races.”

        I don’t think you do. I think you just pay more attention to it. Like when you buy a dress or a new car then you notice how many other women have it or how many other cars like yours is on the road. It’s a natural behavior based on our personal biases. We all have then.

        “I notice in the media that the white race is made to feel this “guilt” for slavery that we never took part of.”

        Ok, now you’ve gone off in a different direction that could take a while to discuss. Basically, you have to take the good with the bad. You can’t claim all the good points in history and then disassociate yourself from the bad. Slavery was bad but not the worse point in American history. It was the treatment of blacks after slavery was abolished. There’s been slavery throughout the history of mankind. But once it was over, those people generally were accepted into societies gradually but not immediately. In America this happened very slowly and was filled with a lot of unnecessary violence and murders.

        You’re top is in a shadow box on my mantle. You want it? Come get it.

        • No, Sweet Wills, I never owned a slave that I had to spank and whip, nor one who would cause me to break out into a cold sweat and then force him to feed me grapes to quell my sadistic passions……..Um….what the hello was I on about? Oh, yeah; I didn’t live in those days.

          I’m a people watcher, Wills. You may assume that I’m projecting my own wants/needs, &c, but that is not the case. I interact but primarily, I observe. Other people are who I like to slip into, you see?

          Examples: The last dress I bought was last year for my son’s wedding. I wanted a purple dress as it is my favourite color. I picked some, and the chick working there picked some. She had great taste, and I went withe her choice. I did not think in my mind how many women own this; I just thought it to be a flattering dress. I have a pic from my silly dear diary site. That was from Oct. 29.

          As to the car, I drive around in a clunker. Quite frankly, I don’t give a fat rat’s tiddely-boomp what anyone thinks on it. The only cars that catch my eye are the oldies. That said, I wanted a Porsche. Did I want it because it would be comparable to the car next to me? No. I like to go fast. I also prefer getting from A to B.

          When you have a break-in tonight, don’t be afraid, Sweet Wills. I’m just taking back what is mine.

          • Understood, sweetheart.

            “You may assume that I’m projecting my own wants/needs”

            My point wasn’t that you cared or not. My point was that, now that you owned one, you were more like to notice if someone else does too. Your focus changes. If someone called you skinny once this week. You may just acknowledge it. If 4 different people did it, in your mind, you’re more likely to focus on it more. You’ll say , “Damn, that’s the 4th time I’ve been called skinny this week.” Get it? That’s how the media gets you. They slam all this stuff at you over and over again. It’s not like the 60′s and early 70′s when there were 3 major networks and TV went off at midnight. Now it’s 24/7 broadcasts.

            “When you have a break-in tonight, don’t be afraid, Sweet Wills. I’m just taking back what is mine.”

            I will leave the door unlocked, but make sure you announce yourself before entry. Since I do possess it, and have for about a year now, it is technically mine since you abandoned it.

            • Um, nobody’s called me skinny. Do I get a complex now?

              I see your point with being fed the B.S. One must be able to discern the truth. And the truth is that I didn’t abandon my top! We all know very well of your trickery!

              So if I write on our night in the hot tub, you shall comment?

              • “I see your point with being fed the B.S. One must be able to discern the truth”

                That is true. Even when we like the server we must be able to separate the truth from the BS. Be wary of those that rely on audience numbers or ratings. Their motivation isn’t necessarily always to get the truth out but in some cases to get their viewership up.

                “So if I write on our night in the hot tub, you shall comment?”

                Absolutely.

    • Wow, artard, do you not realize that blacks were brought here by force, not because of a search for a better life, yet got one anyway? Go back to elementary school and start over. Until you gain something resembling average intelligence, keep your mouth shut.

      • Devon,

        Not ALL of them, which makes your comment both ignorant and hate-filled. You might also want to do some REAL research into how the “black slave trade” came to be. You’ll find it was often blacks who sold other blacks they took prisoner in tribal wars. Educate yourself and you’ll also discover that there were many PROMINENT blacks among our founding fathers. Maybe you should take your own advice?

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