Quid-Pro-Quo: Eric Holder and Sybrina Fulton To Headline Urban League 2013 – After all, She Could Have Been Dear Leader’s Mom…

Michelle Obama and Sybrina FultonWould it surprise you to know that Sybrina Fulton and Eric Holder will be speaking together at the annual Urban League conference in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

What’s that?… ‘conflict of interest’? Pfffftt. You are ridiculous. What’s wrong with the Head of the Federal Department of Justice meeting with, speaking with, and advancing the cause of, the person who stands to financially gain from his federal investigation of the man who caused her son’s death?

I mean it’s not like he’s sitting on the couch in her apartment giving the state police an anonymous pre-scripted statement about what took place on February 26th 2012 or anything…..  No, wait….

(AP) — The mother of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will speak in Philadelphia at the National Urban League’s annual conference, which will focus on civil rights, voting rights and job creation.

The four-day event, which begins Wednesday, comes less than a month after the Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act and not long after the man who shot Martin was acquitted in the racially charged case.

The league is one of the nation’s oldest civil rights organizations. The conference, titled “Redeem the Dream: Jobs Rebuild America,” is expected to attract about 6,000 people and also focus on strengthening economic opportunities for African-Americans, CEO Marc Morial said.  (link)

Here was the recap from Urban League Conference 2012: 

ANGER GAMES

Would it alarm you if your white or hispanic son or daughter came home from school suspended for a week for being five minutes late to class ?

Would it upset you to find out that he/she was suspended because the school needed to suspend a black child for selling marijuana; and they needed to offset the “black” suspension with the ‘equality’ of a white suspension in order to avoid violating the law?

Sounds crazy right? Wrong. It is currently being implemented, and the bugs worked out. President Obama used another executive order to put the race based policy into place.

The event described in the opening paragraph is the reality of trying to mandate school discipline around rules of “disparate impact”, a lawyerly term meant to describe quotas.

We have considerable first-hand experience with understanding the rules and laws of ‘disparate impact’; and we can tell you they make no sense when you look at them logically. But some recent events have connected dots to an ongoing uncomfortable discussion. So allow me to peel back the shield of Cultural Marxism, or political correctness, and show you what is underway as a direct consequence of this race-based administration.

Speaking Wednesday night [July 26th] at a National Urban League gathering in New Orleans, Obama said he has issued an executive order (picture below) establishing the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African-Americans, saying, “A higher education in a 21st century cannot be a luxury. It is a vital necessity that every American should be able to afford,” he said.

Obama’s executive order comes in the wake of a new report by the National Urban League’s Policy Institute that warned the president could lose three key battleground states — Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio — if African-American voters don’t match their strong turnout of 2008 in this year’s election.

National Urban League (www.nul.org) president and CEO Marc H. Morial has applauded President Barack Obama’s creation of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African-Americans, calling it “an important endeavor that will highlight the barriers and challenges to African-American educational achievement, and develop solutions to improve outcomes.”

A recent Gallup Poll showed the president with overwhelming support among registered African-American voters, with backing of 89%, compared with 5% for certain Republican nominee Mitt Romney. In 2008, Obama won 95% of the African-American vote, with 4% voting for GOP candidate John McCain.

About 2 million more African-Americans voted in the 2008 election than in 2004, according to U.S. Census Bureau figures. Voting by all minority groups accounted for nearly all the increase in turnout (5 million) between the two election cycles, as white non-Hispanic voting was virtually unchanged, the Census Bureau reported.

A decline in African-American voter turnout to the 2004 level of 60% from the 2008 level of 64.7% would cause Obama to lose in North Carolina and possibly lose in Ohio and Virginia, according to the National Urban League Policy Institute report.

Obama won all three states in 2008, and most scenarios for Obama’s re-election depend on him winning at least two of them this time. Ohio has 18 electoral votes, while North Carolina has 15 and Virginia has 13.

The Urban League looks at it this way:

The executive order was announced during the president’s recent speech to the National Urban League’s annual conference in New Orleans, and will coordinate efforts to harmonize programs for African-American students.

The executive order will also identify evidence-based practices to improve students’ achievement in school and college and develop a national network of individuals, organizations and communities that will share and implement these practices. The initiative also will create a new President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for African-Americans and a federal interagency working group on educational excellence.

“Expanding educational opportunities, and ensuring equity and excellence at scale for our students is a shared goal of the National Urban League and the new White House initiative,” Morial added. “We look forward to partnering with the Administration and Congress to expand policies that will help close the achievement gap for African-American students and prepare them for 21st century jobs.”

Data from the National Center for Education Statistics underscore the growing disparity between minority and white academic achievement, and the urgency for action. Black and Hispanic students trailed their white peers by an average of more than 20 points on the NAEP math and reading assessments at 4th and 8th grades, a difference of about two grade levels. These gaps persisted even though the score differentials between black and white students narrowed between 1992 and 2007 in 4th grade math and reading and 8th grade math (NCES, 2009, 2011).

When we read the surrounding articles, it reminded us of a very particular comment that seemed “unusual” at the time, because it was made by Jesse Jackson during a speech about Trayvon Martin in Sanford Florida back in early April.

At the time we wrote about it here. It just seemed odd and somewhat out-of-place, but now things are coming together:

[…] Jackson also said Martin’s case illustrated the high number of black students who are suspended from school. A report issued by the U.S. Department of Education last month found that black students are more than three times as likely as their white peers to be suspended or expelled. Martin had been suspended from school for having a baggie that contained marijuana residue shortly before he was killed.

We must stop suspending our children,” Jackson said, asking the crowd to repeat: “Invest in them. Educate them.” (read the inital article and the attached citations)

Knowing how nothing with the Jackson / Sharpton / Jealous Team ever happens in a vacuum, we wanted to dig a little because this had the surroundings of a bigger story. Alas, time was devoted to the Zimmerman case and we could not expound. But we did now. And lookie what is right there from 2010:

The Department Of Justice – Civil Rights and School Discipline October 21st 2010

In recent years, many school districts across the country have begun to adopt strict zero-tolerance discipline policies that impose increasingly harsher punishments for seemingly minor infractions. These disciplinary measures – in-school or out-of-school suspensions, alternative school placements, expulsions, and referrals to police departments and juvenile authorities – disrupt a student’s education and diminish their chances for success.

For too many students, these school-imposed sanctions lead to the criminal justice system, a pathway commonly referred to as the School-to-Prison Pipeline. Regrettably, studies have shown that children of color are disproportionately affected by zero-tolerance policies, a trend that increases already significant disparities.

In other words: if you enforce rules, or punish bad behavior, the black students are going to be punished more because they are predominantly the worst behaved.

See where this is headed?……. and so the government (DOJ and DOE) set about in 2010 to develop a plan, an actual government based plan, to create an enforcement mechanism to deliver parity to school discipline based on race. And subsequently force the schools not to discipline black children with bad behavior. Not kidding. Read on…..

To examine this issue and discuss strategies for addressing it, on Sept. 27 – Sept. 28, 2010, the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division and the Department of Education’s Civil Rights Office jointly hosted a conference entitled, “Civil Rights and School Discipline: Addressing Disparities to Ensure Educational Opportunity.” Academic and policy leaders, lawyers and law enforcement officers, investigators and educators, advocates and researchers discussed and developed strategies to ensure that all children can access a pathway to success, not to prison.

During the [invitation only] conference, Attorney General Eric Holder, Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Thomas E. Perez discussed this pervasive problem, the need for collaboration to tackle it and the administration’s commitment to addressing it:

ERIC HOLDER – Never before have our two agencies come together in this way – or brought together such a large and diverse group of partners – to discuss the best ways to ensure that civil rights and educational opportunities are protected for every student, at every level, and in every community…But it is just the beginning of what I know – and I pledge – will be an ongoing conversation about how we can better understand the causes, and most effectively remedy the consequences, of disparities in student discipline. I want to assure all of you that for me, for Secretary Duncan, for the agencies we lead, and for the administration – this work is a top priority.

US DOJ October 2010

Whiskey – Tango – Foxtrot ! The Department of Justice and the Department of Education are going to team up to insure that discipline in school behavior is now held to the same standards of equality in statistics? What the, huh,…. you’ve gotta be kidding me.?

“Disparate Impact” Defined – Adverse effect of a practice or standard that is neutral and non-discriminatory; but nonetheless, disproportionately affects individuals belonging to a particular group based on their race, age, ethnicity, or sex.

For every black child disciplined there needs to be a white child disciplined based on the percentage of black to white, or minority, student populations in the school?

No way. That would have to be a joke right?….

No joke…. unfortunately.

Reported 3 days ago in the National Examiner – Maryland Board of Education – Racial Quotas in School Discipline:

Disproportionate/Discrepant Impact. It is contained in the July 2012 Report of the Maryland Board of Education: School Discipline and Academic Success: Related Parts of Maryland’s Education Reform. (According to the Washington Post, there is a 30-day period for additional public comment before the rule can be adopted.)

This proposed rule violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution by pressuring schools to discipline students based on their race, rather than their individual conduct and the content of their character. That is at odds with court rulings like the federal appeals court ruling in People Who Care v. Rockford Board of Education, 111 F.3d 528, 534 (7th Cir. 1997), which forbid both racial-balancing, and quotas, in school discipline.

The proposed rule, COMAR 13A.08.01.21, is found on page 25 of the Report of the Maryland Board of Education: School Discipline and Academic Success: Related Parts of Maryland’s Education Reform. It reads as follows:

A. The Department shall develop a method to analyze local school system data to determine whether there is a disproportionate impact on minority students. B. The Department may use the discrepancy model to assess the impact of discipline on special education students. C. If the Department identifies a school’s discipline process as having a disproportionate impact on minority students or a discrepant impact on special education students, the school system shall prepare and present to the State Board a plan to reduce the impact within 1 year and eliminate it within 3 years. [boldface added]

Thus, the Board seeks to ban “disproportionate impact” – the term for something not motivated by racism that nevertheless unintentionally affects or weeds out more minorities than whites – in school discipline. But it has done so without the qualifications and limitations to that concept that apply in court. The Supreme Court has allowed minority employees to sue over such “disparate impact” in limited circumstances, but it has refused to allow minority students to sue over it. Its ruling in Alexander v. Sandoval, 532 U.S. 275 (2001), said that individuals could not sue under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act for “disparate impact,” only intentional discrimination. Title VI is the federal law that covers racial discrimination in schools and other institutions that receive federal funds. (The Board’s proposed rule is not needed to prevent racism or deliberate discrimination, since there are already several laws banning discriminatory treatment of anyone based on their race, as opposed to disparate impact, that students victimized by racial discrimination can already sue under, like 42 U.S.C. 1981, and Title VI). (article link)

The fact that a higher percentage of black students are suspended than whites in most schools is not, for the most part, the product of racism by school officials, but rather reflects greater infraction rates tied to lamentable factors like poverty and single-parent households. As a scholar at the Brookings Institution points out, “children who spend time in single-parent families are more likely to misbehave, get sick, drop out of high school and be unemployed.” As the National Center for Health Statistics notes, while most whites and Asians are born to two-parent families, most blacks and Hispanics are not. See National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 60, No.2: Births: Preliminary Data for 2010 (Nov. 17, 2011).

Since infraction rates are typically higher among such minority groups, their discipline and suspension rates are naturally higher as well, even if that is bureaucratically defined as “disproportionate impact.” This is a reflection of unpleasant realities, not school officials’ racism. Preventing such discipline will only cause more disorder and violence in the schools, especially in predominantly black schools, thus harming the very disadvantaged people the Board of Education seeks to help.

Students are commonly victimized by members of their own race and peers of the same ethnicity. So watering down discipline for members of a racial group does not help that group. The fact that black students have been shortchanged by the larger society is not a reason to add insult to injury by depriving them of an orderly school environment and effective school discipline, or subjecting them to the “soft bigotry of low expectations.”

Pressure to discipline minorities and whites in numbers proportional to their percentage of the student body may also lead to other forms of racial discrimination in discipline, such as suspensions of white and Asian students for technicalities that would result in nothing more than a warning for a black student.

This is the natural outcome for government attempting to legislate behavior based on racial statistics as models for equality.

Think of another example of how this thought process would carry out, only this time in the Criminal Justice World:

If you apply this same methodology now being implemented by President Obama and Eric Holder to the criminal justice system, if blacks make up 17% of the population then blacks can only receive 17% of the incarcerations. If blacks commit 40% of the crime under their proposal then 23% of black criminals would be allowed to engage in crime, unless the police arrested more white people to offset the disparity.

So to convict and incarcerate a black male of murderer, the police will “have to” arrest a white male. Perhaps a white guy speeding down the street gets thrown in jail, because a black guy just murdered someone and they need the parity.

This is the ideology of our President.

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63 Responses to Quid-Pro-Quo: Eric Holder and Sybrina Fulton To Headline Urban League 2013 – After all, She Could Have Been Dear Leader’s Mom…

  1. It’s kind of like a race-based sharia: one kind of justice for me and one kind for thee.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      +eleventy

      Sharia is also co-dependent on threatening and/or shaming people who oppose it into silence.

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      • Judy says:

        And they also wait for the “memory hole” effect before the next increment slips in…..it just occurred to me when reading this how the deeply “holed” dots are all found here…and right here on this site moved up to center stage with the spotlight shining brightly as they are “fundamentally connected” for all to see even if some don’t initially understand what they are seeing, they will if they just keep coming back and read with a curious open mind. Such a repository of “dots” and the courage to connect them openly! Thank You! 🙂

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  2. rickmadigan says:

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/2560422134001/president-obama-and-the-race-problem-/?playlist_id=930909812001

    O’Reilly makes some good points, but conservatives do tend to go on about family, family, family, teen pregnancies and young men without fathers. That is not the actual problem. Blacks have extended families, and enough male role models around them to compensate not having the typical functional white family. Flashing the white light of “family values” in black people’s faces, is making excuses for the behavior.

    The real problem is what is said and believed in AA families. What messages does the child grow up hearing from adults around them? When AA parents openly talk about racism against them from whites, could that lead to hatred of whites?

    Far worse, couldn’t that kind of talk lead little black boys and girls to see themselves as a hated minority, and hate themselves, before they ever get a chance to engage in the real world. Racism is a reliable and comfortable couch to fall back on, when anything goes wrong. Someone didn’t smile at you, they’re a racist. Someone told on you, they’re racist. Someone took you to task, they’re a racist. Someone doesn’t want to hang out with you anymore, they’re a racist.

    Instead of developing human understanding, they rely on excuses. Not having a family is not an excuse. The truth is in how they see themselves. All these dumbass, stupid AA parents bringing their lil ones to the Justice for Trayvon shows, should be sued for mentally abusing their children, and for causing their growth to be stumped before they have begun to find their place in the world. These kids will forever be at odds with the world around them.

    If they had been left alone, maybe that might not have been their experience. Why color their world when they are so young? Call out AA parents and adults for child abuse. Stop f’ing up your kids with your perceived biases and give them a chance to fit in and figure it out as they go.

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    • This is like the Muslim cartoons shown to children teaching them to hate the infidels. smh

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    • treubleu says:

      I think the high illegitimacy rate, and the extremely high percentage of African American children being raised in single parent households are very valid concerns. I have seen many single mothers struggle with disciplining teenagers on their own, and their teenagers veering off into destructive behaviors as a result of the uncertainty in their lives and the lack of firm boundaries. Trayvon is a good example of this; his parents were married but separated when he was quite young, and he bounced back and forth between parents. By the time he was a teen, he appeared to be loosely supervised, and Sybrina’s solution to any challenging behavior was to send him to his dad.

      That being said, you raise a very good point. Many of these kids are being raised with a bias that grows into a full blown chip-on-the-shoulder at adulthood. Someone I know who teaches second grade had an African American student tell her that he had been told by one of the adults in his life that he shouldn’t get an earring, because white people can control you through your earring. I’m sure whoever old him that thought it was funny, but look at the subtle messages there: white people are the enemy, and they are seeking to control you.

      I also thought Bill’s message about the cultural influences on African American kids was right on target, and again, that comes right back to the parents, because they are the ones allowing their kids to listen to that music, and watch those shows and movies that glorify the gangster life.

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      • hawkeye13 says:

        The problem is lack of parenting when the kids are younger. If they try and start parenting when the kid is a teenager, they have already lost the battle.

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        • treubleu says:

          Very true, but what I’m seeing with many single mothers is that they find it very hard to deal with the complex battles that come up with teenagers on their own, without a father to back them up, so they just give up the fight.

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          • EmpatheticSkeptic says:

            In my years of teaching, another huge concern is children who strive to do well in school, are told they are acting “too white”. My work was always in low income/Title 1 in school, and almost without fail, when black children worked hard in school, they became outcasts within their neighborhood and often family circles. They were ridiculed, and made to feel as if they were turning their back on community. If you have never read the work of Ruby Payne, it delves deeper into this issue.

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            • ftsk420 says:

              That is so true I was just talking to my wife about this today. If your from the hood or pj’s whatever it’s not cool to be smart.

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      • Vivid Blue says:

        It reminds me of all the hoopla about that reality show that got canceled before it even aired: “All My Babies’ Mamas,” features Carlos “Shawty Lo” Walker, an Atlanta-based hip-hop artist with 11 children by 10 different women. Oh, he’s also got a 19-year-old girlfriend, who’s a year shy of his oldest child. http://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/oxygens-show-babies-mamas-makes-everyone-mad-hasnt-212100389.html Seeing the truth hurt too much for them. 11 kids, 10 mothers, and dad… how sad is that? Kids do not ask to be brought into these situations, but too many are and often by those not willing nor able to care for them. smh

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      • rickmadigan says:

        Thank you for recognizing my point, I answered someone else on the same, at length below.

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    • treubleu says:

      Here is the perspective of someone who should know, one of those Chicago gangbangers we’ve been talking about, who has been a gang member for 13 years, and has bee arrested six times:

      Rappers glorifying life on the street is what attracted Scott to the gangs. And the voice he needed to silence their music was missing.

      “A lot of these kids out here have no fathers so they come to the streets. They turn to the streets for that fatherly figure … Just like I did,” he says.

      He gives his mother credit for trying to keep him on the right path. But as one of six kids it was tough.

      http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2013/07/22/gang-member-advises-parents-show-youre-concerned/

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      • tara says:

        My husband was a child in a two parent family. They lived in a gang-infested neighborhood. At the tender age of 10, the lure of the gang drew my husband into it. Money and prestige. My husband was hyperactive, aggressive, and a thrill seeker, so he was well suited to gang life. I fault his parents for not pulling him out of that environment. I realize it’s not always easy to “just move”, but when your child’s life is in danger and he is headed down a path of destruction, responsible parents should do what they need to do. Why the h*ll would the parents want to live in that neighborhood anyway? Constant gang activity, gun fire, violence, drug dealing, police sirens, arrests, fires should have driven them out. But they stayed, stupidly, because it was the neighborhood for their ethnicity. And my husband who was too young to know better was harmed by it.

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    • Sherron says:

      I’m a retired teacher in Sheila Jackson Lee’s district. The kids are “acting white” if they comply and black mothers of little boys are defensive, so the work came in sporadically. But one thing was a constant. I would see children writing feverishly while looking at dead slaves hanging in a tree for a report their mothers insist they write and bring home. It happened a couple of times a year. Weird huh?
      P.S.I would like to try to get Rachel Jeantel to sit in a desk. She would have me told off in a NY minute.

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      • rickmadigan says:

        “I would see children writing feverishly while looking at dead slaves hanging in a tree for a report their mothers insist they write and bring home.”

        Its saying to their families, see, I get that I am black, I get what we are, how things have been. I answered someone at length below also on this point.

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    • mharper42 says:

      Sorry, I don’t accept your offhand belief that miscellaneous males around, possibly in the family, compensates for not having an involved and loving father in your life. Bad enough for little black girls. Devastating for little black boys.

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      • rickmadigan says:

        Its not an offhand belief, it comes from observing what works and what doesn’t. The traditional family was taken from their mindsets long ago, when any member of their family could be sold at any time, and a new slave come in who they would have to take in as family. I was lucky to be an “extended member” of a southern black family. There is a lot of love in black families, a lot of forgiveness, a lot of loyalty and a lot of giving, as long as you stand with them in understanding their struggles. And you do not have to be black to be accepted. Its the ideology and manners that make you black or white.

        The traditional family may have been happening back in the 40’s and 50’s, more than today, but that is not the reason for the problems that black families have. The idea of someone like Tracy making babies with several women is quite common. Some people think that Alicia will smite Sybrina Fulton for pretending she was Trayvon’s mom. No such thing will happen. When whites are watching, blacks will stand tall and tight, and never give up their own.

        For example, look at the texts from Tracy Martin a year before the event, where he was discussing his son with other friends and family. They were laughing about how they would have to pull a fund for Trayvon’s bond money, the way he was going. And Tracy was okay with whatever his son was doing, except the fact that Trayvon lied to him.

        That there is the problem. Black parents encourage rebellion against society, in their children.They love their kids so much that they implant the viruses of deep seated hate and bias in them, little realizing that this is a form of child abuse and they are forever stunting their child’s growth and maturity in truly engaging in the world. When a traditional family does happen in black communities, the child comes out like Bonaparte’s son. So no, the black child would do better without a traditional family, as long as black adults would allow the kids to have their own experiences of the world around them.

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      • gulfbreeze says:

        I agree completely.

        The view of, “Blacks have extended families, and enough male role models around them to compensate not having the typical functional white family,” is absurd, imo. The question is not how many male role models a young boy has around them. It’s WHO those role models are. And if those male role models are examples of absentee fatherhood, having a legion of absentee fathers breeds more absentee fathers.

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  3. eastern2western says:

    say hello to your mother in law.

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  4. eastern2western says:

    Judging from the Obama tradition, trayvon could really be his son.

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  5. d'hack says:

    Boy, there really was a schedule to keep!!

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  6. rickmadigan says:

    “The mother of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will speak in Philadelphia at the National Urban League’s annual conference, which will focus on civil rights, voting rights and job creation.”

    She sure knows how to milk this crisis for all its worth. She’s milked it for money, vacation time, settlements, fame, power in the AA community, no one dare speak out against her, cause she’s the ultimate MARTYR MOTHER, she has suffered like no one else ever has and is owed respect!

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  7. lovemygirl says:

    They have been talking about this (Jesse in Chi-Town) for years. Yes they do want to implement it in schools and the Judicial system. They abuse the statistics by starting with the falsehood that any statistical variance is due to racism (overt, systemic or even subconscious) and of course, the race baiters have the solution. Another thing I strongly suspect is their extreme reactions to voter ID laws are based on worry that the huge fraudulent votes from certain communities might be eliminated.

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  8. rickmadigan says:

    “The fact that black students have been shortchanged by the larger society is not a reason to add insult to injury by depriving them of an orderly school environment and effective school discipline, or subjecting them to the “soft bigotry of low expectations.””

    Blacks have always been so busy teaching and lecturing whites, that they have given themselves no opportunity to learn. If whites challenge their opinion or try to teach them, oh hell, that’s racist. So, most whites have learned to acquiesce, and it feeds the black person’s sense of superiority and leadership value over others. This needs to stop!

    Black self esteem is reported to be the highest among all other groups. The reason why they feel each tiny miniscule offense, is that they have never learned how to deal with emotion and how to let go of offenses. They have never learned to tolerate diversity of thought. Blacks do not have to understand others, but others have to kiss up and try to understand them.

    How can they possibly comprehend the benefit of order and discipline, when the words itself seem racist when coming from whites.

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  9. lovemygirl says:

    Here is a case back in ’99 where Jesse tried to assert racism in the suspension of 6 black teens suspended for starting a huge fight at a football game. Jesse claimed racism and the meme that blacks were suspended more often than whites etc. Never mind it was caught on film, suspected gang activity and the film was scary how violent it was and how many people were stepped on, had to hide their kids as it spread through the stands etc.

    http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1999-12-05/news/9912050306_1_gang-activity-students-teachers-and-coaches

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  10. 9thGenerationAmerican says:

    I’m sorry, but just WHAT did people THINK would become of this nation under such an administration as this? They possess one goal……….”get back at whitey”… for their many decades now of being convinced (by the WHITE progs) they are owed something for “slavery”. None of them have been enslaved in this country for 148 years, nor has anyone in my family “owned” a slave in that time. However, they now are TRULY enslaved by the very party (Democrat) they look to as their “saviors”. Obama and Holder along with the Congressional Black Caucus ( and their white apologist punks like McCain and Boehner) were “rolling bones” in the Lincoln bedroom while Benghazi, IRS, NSA, Fast and Furious, etc., etc. were happening. That’s why they don’t “know” anything about them. John Kerry as Secretary of State!!!!……why not apoint Jane Fonda to the Sumpreme Court??? People of sanity……WAKE THE F*** UP! How have we stood by and allowed this s**t to happen???? The Bible says we get the “leaders” we deserve……This Nation has turned it’s back on God, and now we are paying the price……I say pray, and pray earnestly….but NOW is also the time to “put on the full Armor of God” , NOW is the time to give heed to Luke 22:36-37. When I was in Army basic training early 1971 at 18, my best friend was a black kid my age,18, from Detroit. He told me about all the “stuff” he looted in the 1968 riots. He was FIFTEEN years old, and didn’t have a clue about WHY he was rioting, just that it was “free” stuff day!!! It is a HUNDRED times worse today. You can be murdered for your SHOES let alone your color, or no “reason” at all. I read somewhere the other day that in the 513 days between Zimmerman’s “political” arrest, and his exoneration, some 11,000+ blacks in the US were murdered…by other blacks! The only time we hear ANYTHING from the “lame stream media” is when it is a “perceived” “white on minority” incident. The fact that 83% of the murders of blacks every year in the US is perpetrated by other blacks. doesn’t rate comment on the MSM.. Oh, bummer has set this country back 60 years in “race relations” maybe further. Communism failed to bring about the “new world order”, so now “they” are utilizing their ace up the sleeve…the double whammy, Racism AND islam (lower case intentional). Me…I’m sick of it.. But, what do I do, call my ” representative’s” office? I live in Oregon, these are the LEFT of the left in politics, besides, there are only a handful of congressmen in either house that didn’t sell their souls during their legislative “orientation”. And, should I be greatful that I am old enough to remember better times, or feel cursed because I can and do? One thing in my 60+ years upon this earth I know to be true (besides my Salvation) is, by constant observation and THOUSANDS of hours of field study is……ignorance IS bliss…………….!

    OK……..sorry…….just had another “one of those days”…..just glad to have a venue for venting….

    PS…Hi Janet, Eric, Keith (Alexander) et al…..oh you too barak..

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    • Puddnhead says:

      This: “The fact that 83% of the murders of blacks every year in the US is perpetrated by other blacks. doesn’t rate comment on the MSM …” is false.

      The correct figure ranges between 90% and 95%. in other words, it ranges from between nine out of ten to nineteen out of twenty. Virtually all blacks are killed by other blacks.

      Blacks have little to fear from whites, but …

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  11. nomorebsplease says:

    But it will not focus on crime and low graduation rate. And that is the recurring theme with the black community and the “leaders”. To say i hate E. H. would be a gross understatement.

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  12. Alexandra M. says:

    So I found myself trapped in a Chuck E Cheese
    establishment yesterday afternoon to celebrate my nieces’s 5th birthday. Her Mom chose the location so naturally I attended. Yikes what a mess!
    My ears are still ringing (badly) and it’s not as if I’m never around boisterous kiddos as I work at a year-round charter primary school.
    I’m not mad at the wild little ones…after all they didn’t drive themselves there (LOL) and were TOTALLY unsupervised and jacked up on pints of sugary soda. Plus they
    possibly live in crazy environments. Limits? Rules? What are those??
    The main problem was the complete lack of parental “guidance”
    (inside voice please!) and the constant barrage of electronic game machines that were super loud. Sadly, all the parents there were sitting at dining
    booths and screaming at their kids to “share them tokens!!!” and “quit beatin’ on your
    sister!!!!”. Wow. Great “parenting” huh?
    The whole thing just reminded me that THIS
    was how Trayvon may have been raised. :(. That really broke my heart.

    PS: My brother watched the trial more than I was able to and said
    that when Sybrina was asked to spell her name for the court reporter that she should have said “Dollah sign, y. b. r. i. n. a.”
    LOL!!

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    • treubleu says:

      As the parent of two young children, I see this constantly at playgrounds. I stay with my kids and monitor their behavior, making sure they don’t do anything crazy (like climbing on top of the play structure) or behave inappropriately toward other kids. I am frequently amazed at how many parents cut their kids loose and immerse themselves in texting or talking with a friend, while their kids, some of them very young, run wild. If the parents won’t supervise them and teach them to be civilized, then who will?

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      • Eloise says:

        Amen! The playground is a great place to start teaching our young children about respect others, sharing, keeping their hands to themselves & also respecting someone else’s property! Heck, I am the type of mother that plays right along with the kids! The kids love it when the big people interact with them on their level! They definitely learn how to play fair!

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  13. GZanon says:

    Sent Email

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  14. AghastInFL says:

    Personally I have taken to using every opportunity to dismantle this ongoing martyrdom, the obvious converse of the juries verdict of acquittal is that Trayvon was the attacker and therefore culpable for his own death. Rarely do I get more than a one word reply, simple facts are hard to dispute and easily define the ignorant.

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  15. sangell says:

    Over in the UK they have a pretty similar problem of ‘disparate impact’ but they are recognizing it more for what it is and what it is is a ‘gender’ problem, at least in the schools. Its the same in the US boys, especially boys from low income families… er … maybe ‘households’ is a better term, do not do as well in school, are more likely to have disciplinary and police ‘issues’ and do not go to or graduate from college as do girls.

    Let’s face it, modern society and culture is not very understanding of adolescent male behavior yet adolescent girls rather like it and reward aggressive, dominant male behavior with their favors. The ‘bad boy’ may not be doing well academically but in our lousy Lord of the Flies public schools he may well be excelling ‘socially’ during this brief moment in time. This is where the lack of father’s in the home really shows up. The father knows all about ‘hormones’ run wild but understands that what may work to a boys advantage at age 16 does not at age 25.

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  16. Yakmaster says:

    If mothers (Black or any other color) won’t take responsibility for their sex lives and reproductive organs, won’t look at partners in the light of what kind of Father he might be, won’t hold themselves accountable for the FIRST child they have too young, too poor, out of wedlock, then how does the population at large rectify those choices?
    Women are the gatekeepers. Not just in a physical way, but in the moral sense of expectations about what they want for their children. If the communities they live in put such a low value on motherhood that “have more, get paid more” is the norm, while simultaneously the young men grow up seeing that random virility is greatly admired, then how can we be surprised that actual parenting is incidental??
    Society these days is so hedonistic, so mired in moral relativism, so encouraging of blatant narcissism, that it turns itself inside out excusing and blame shifting. The Black community appears to have embraced this culture, but it is creeping into our young across races through our Pop Culture.
    There is a reason Fulton wants to be the martyed mother now. It looks good because deep in our DNA everyone knows Mother is a critically important role.

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  17. tara says:

    I’m waiting for the forced integration thread, I know it’s coming.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/23/team-obama-steps-up-racial-standards-for-neighborhoods/

    Shaun Donovan, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, in a July 16 speech to the NAACP about a new regulation and database aimed at adding “protected classes” into predominantly white neighborhoods. […] A new interactive database will help regulators, local housing officials and individuals take action on a newly proposed regulation that would require agencies to “affirmatively further” the inclusion of minority residents in white neighborhoods. […] The old way was to punish exclusion. The new way is to punish lack of inclusion. […]

    Of course it’s only focusing on the inclusion of blacks into predominantly white neighborhoods. There will be no punishment for the lack of whites in predominantly white neighborhoods. I look forward to the first lawsuit.

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    • likebooks says:

      Someone who traveled to South Africa told me years ago that we would someday be dealing with the same issues as South Africa. It might be good to read up on what happened there because the powers that be seem to be using the same playbook.
      Perhaps I am wrong and it is a completely different situation. But I find it interesting that Obama went to SA this summer.
      http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2009/04/19/66232/fifteen-years-after-apartheid.html#.Ue7uQuAoa5Q

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      • CJO says:

        Let’s hope that’s wrong but alas it’s probably propheytic. South Africa has been taking farms and businesses from the whites and giving to the blacks just like some of the other nearby African nations. The new black “owners” then don’t know how to take care of the property or business, they fall into ruin, and the production falls off and tax base disappears. One article I saw recently said that it will get worse whenever Madella finally passes.

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    • sangell says:

      If ever there was the silent admission of inferiority it is policies such as this. In fact, the Federal government should be required to answer why blacks must live in white neighborhoods to have good public schools, shopping and public services. If the US government wants to argue that blacks are incapable of providing those things themselves then fine but that argument must first be made so that other aspects of Federal policy can be adjusted too. For example, if blacks are incapable of running a good public school system then they should not be allowed to run them anywhere including their own neighborhoods. Afterall, why would you want people who you admit are less capable running something as important as public schools and other public services. Why not hire the whites who are running the good schools the government wants blacks to have access to come in an run the failing schools blacks need to escape from?

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      • Sherron says:

        I worked in Acres Homes in Sheila Jackson Lee’s district. The school got a million dollar grant from Bill Gates. It was gone in five years, with the principal and teachers bragging about going to conferences in Vegas and bringing home trinkets for the science lab and adding furniture to the courtyard and teacher’s lounge. We had after school programs like chess club, math club, guitar lessons, etc until the last few dollars trickled away. They sure had fun gambling though.

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  18. pspinach says:

    Has anyone said this: If $abryna had been Barry’s mother, he’d be dead now……..like Trayvon.

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  19. scaretactics says:

    Great post, sundance. I am very familiar with this school policy to keep the black students’ suspensions fairly equal with the white students’ suspensions because I work at a school for at -risk students. It is frustating to the school staff to have this policy because we are forced to treat the black students with kid gloves, and, more importantly, the STUDENTS notice that there is a discrepancy on how black and white students are handled. So the black students sense that they can get away with anything…. and they often do.
    We had one 8 year old male black student who could not be in the classroom with other students because his behavior was so bad. Their solution was to keep him with a teacher one -on -one. Because the school administrators were scared s***less of being sued by this student’s family, there were NO negative consequences if this student misbehaved. Instead, he was directed to play basketball or shoot pool or play games on the computer. By the time summer rolled around, we had created a monster for his family to handle for 3 long months.
    The quota system works for no one.

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    • Sherron says:

      Quite a disparancy for the students white teachers send to the office and black teachers send down also. It can be worked around it but the students kinow which teacher get ignored!

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  21. dws says:

    once again, TM is worth more dead than alive. When would TrayParents have ever gotten to meet fine folks like the Obamas and Mr and Mrs Jay Z unless TM fulfilled the prophetic text he received from a friend in December, “Boy don’t get one planted in ya chest.”

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