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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion = Discrimination, Inequality, Exclusion

No matter what you say about DIE, the bottom line is, it’s Affirmative Action with new names. America is being run by Affirmative Action Gradates.  The sad part is the actions of our legislators and their continued spending spree will make hitting the iceberg inevitable. With the poll numbers favoring Trump and MAGA, past experience indicates; depression,  war, riots, Marshall Law and no election is on the horizon. I hope I am wrong but I can see these power hungry entities giving up power any time soon. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. They will lie, cheat and steal so you must be armed with the truth.

This week Tyson Foods, which includes Chicken, Hillshire, Sarah Lee and many more announced a layoff of 1200 Americans only to hire 5200 illegals. How did that happen? I thought we were safe after all we had E-Verify.  Well OBiden allowed illegals to enter under the parole system.  While they await their trial, they could work.  In the meantime they got lots of free stuff paid for by the American taxpayer so the corporation could pay a reduced salary.  But why does the corporation want to put Americans out of work if their money was paying for free stuff? Not to worry, the government would just print more money.

Since we are paying for all the illegal’s  “free Stuff” the illegals can go on a spending spree and the economic indicators charting purchases will make the company look profitable and economy look strong. Then they can become a Tent Partner. What is Tent.org? Tent is an NGO that formed a public/private partnership with the U.S. State Department.

The purpose of Tent is to mobilize major businesses to connect refugees to work.

“Companies have a critical role to play in helping refugees – who have been forced to flee their home countries – integrate into their new communities. We focus on mobilizing leading businesses to connect refugees to work through hiring training , and mentorship – because we know that securing a job is a critical milestone for a refugee building a new life.”  Americans are paying for this. What about our jobs and our lives?

In reality we are printing money to give to illegals so they can spend the money buying stuff making the corporations lots of profit and the stock market goes up.   In addition the corporations get so many subsidies that they are getting really cheap labor.  Imagine $15,098 per American per year goes to the government to support the illegals OBiden has brought to America to replace you. Can you use an extra $15,000? Are you happy yet?

That takes care of the illegals, your replacement who gets hired, trained and mentored at our expense. . What happens to the corporation? How are they benefiting? Tax Subsidies

In addition to paying Tent to replace us, Corporations now qualify for WOTC

The WOTC, Work Opportunity Tax Credit, extended until 2025 is being used by corporations to hire people in certain categories.  Once hired using DIE principal, the corporation gets a $10000 per person per year tax subsidy. Tyson is a perfect example. Tyson just fired 1200 Americans and will 5200 illegals. Hillshire, Jimmy Dean, Sarah Lee are part of the Tyson Family. Tyson needs a Boycott.

How many other companies will follow suit?  Take a look at the Tent Membership list. Layoffs are coming. Remember 2006-8?

Put that together with the Workforce Housing Tax Credit and major corporations will be building low income housing in 15 Minute Cities for their workers while getting another tax subsidy on the back of the taxpayer. Everyone will be equitable You will live in a high-rise from 350-700 sq. ft. Stores down below and the factory on the next block. Everything you need will be in walking distance. Your government will provide what ever you need and if you have enough social credits you can make purchases.

In addition OBiden is printing $35 Billion to convert commercial building to rental units to house the illegals that are invading our country.  The taxpayer is fleeced again and the U.S. House gives OBiden more money.

O’Biden’s policies are causing the U.S. treasury to print $1 Trillion every 90 days.

There no such thing as Cheap Labor.

Ask your candidates questions VET them carefully and hold them accountable.


It seems as though the Blacks, Hispanics and LGBTQ+++, are no longer the favored chosen ones. Americans are being replaced by illegals for tax subsidies and votes.

You will not hear this on MSM.  The unemployment numbers, job numbers and economic indicators are all lies. More illegals have gotten jobs under the OBiden regime than Americans. Those “great” job numbers you hear are jobs for illegals.  Free speech is having its lights turned off. Although the Globalists yell constantly they are for free speech, they are only for the free speech that speech agrees with their vision… Yes sir, I believe it is a great idea to replace Americans and bring in foreign labor so the corporations can get rich and investors can make more money. I just love seeing veterans and Americans homeless living on the street. I think we should print more money so the debt and inflation can go higher. Then the Globalists will be happy and I will own nothing.

Nationalists will dream of their future, their life and set a plan to achieve that dream. Globalists will have a visions of life and demand you fit into their vision without deviation. If you disagree they will squash you.

All Globalists want is Money, Control and Power. They can only get Power if we give it to them. Don’t give them yours. Challenge them with the truth. Doing Nothing is Affirmation.

The Regime will not go quietly, Prepare.  Share with your 5.

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Parents Sue School System for Discriminating Against High-Achieving Asian Kids

A group of parents filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging that the public school system in Montgomery County, Maryland, discriminates against Asian American students in the admissions process for gifted and talented programs.

The group of mostly Asian American parents, organized as the Association for Education Fairness, is asking a federal court in Maryland to find that changes to the admissions process violate the Constitution’s equal protection clause and to prohibit continued enforcement of the changes.

After the parents had petitioned the Montgomery County Board of Education for several years, Pacific Legal Foundation filed the suit on their behalf against both the school board and Superintendent Jack Smith in U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

“If you have a neutral and fair admissions process, we shouldn’t care what the racial outcome is. And we shouldn’t be manipulating it to get to the point where we want a racial outcome,” Chris Kieser, one of the foundation’s lawyers on the case, told The Daily Signal on Wednesday morning.

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Without court intervention, the parents say in the suit, their children “will be denied the opportunity to compete for admission to … magnet middle school programs on an equal footing with other applicants on the basis of their race.”

A spokesman for Montgomery County Public Schools acknowledged The Daily Signal’s request for comment on the suit Tuesday evening, but had not responded at publication time.

Montgomery County is an affluent, Democrat-run jurisdiction just outside the District of Columbia.

In 2017, Montgomery’s school system implemented major changes in the admissions process on the recommendation of an education consultancy called Metis Associates.

Administrators replaced the old process of admissions, which was based on a combination of cognitive test scores, grades, and teacher recommendations, with a new “field test” that automatically screens a student’s qualifications using a secret formula that takes into account his or her “peer group.”

MCPS so far has refused to release the full data on the variables used in the field test to determine admissions.

In the one-year span between 2017 and 2018, the percentage of Asian Americans participating in several gifted and talented programs in MCPS middle schools dropped.

In 2017, 40% of the students admitted to the selective Takoma Park Middle School were Asian; in 2018, that percentage dipped to 31.4%.

In each of the other gifted and talented programs that conducted the field test, the results were the same across the board: a steep decline in the proportion of Asian students accepted, while the numbers rose for all three other races.

“Now, the county is entitled to and should take steps to help boost the opportunity of those who are underperforming to attend the magnet program,” said Kieser, the Pacific Legal Foundation lawyer, adding:

But it’s one thing to increase opportunity by offering test prep or increasing programs in the low-performing schools. It’s another thing to change the admissions process to prioritize low performers because you don’t like the racial balance of the school.

Eva Guo, one of the leaders of the Association for Education Fairness, said she suspects implicit racial balancing is going on.

“The Board of Education and Superintendent Jack Smith have made no secret of the fact that the changes they have implemented to the magnet program admissions policy … are intended to reduce the proportion of Asian American students enrolled in these programs,” Guo said Monday in an email to the Daily Signal, “because they thought Asian Americans are ‘overrepresented’ in the programs.”

Montgomery County Public Schools has made no secret of desiring to increase the percentage of black and Hispanic students in admissions for gifted and talented programs.

“We’re not doing a very good job of bringing in African American and Latino students,” school board member Patricia O’ Neill said about the gifted and talented programs in 2016.

As the battles in school board meetings grew more tense, however, board members, who are elected without party affiliation, appeared to show hostility toward Asian American rights and dreams.

“Your pursuit of the American dream is not necessarily everyone’s pursuit of the American dream,” then-board member Jill Ortman-Fouse said in 2016 in response to the Association for Education Fairness.

“In our country, we have experienced decades of horrors and atrocities against our African American families,” she said, seeming to imply that the value of the African American narrative in this educational context outweighs the Asian American one.

Parents involved in the Association for Education Fairness say the school board’s rhetoric grew more confrontational and dismissive of Asian American concerns about the fairness of allowing the school district to exercise more expansive control over admissions in the name of race.

In 2016, then-school board member Chris Barclay commented to the local Bethesda Beat newspaper:

In this region, [which] unfortunately is very addicted to power and ranking, there is a reality of folks wanting to be on top or have more than others. … How are we going to have this conversation so it’s not just again the usual suspects that end up knowing everything and then end up being able to leverage their knowledge to being able to get what they want for their children.

Barclay’s reference to “the usual suspects” meant the local Asian American community, the Association for Education Fairness says.

After the school board made the changes in the admissions process, the school system turned down Asian kids in for the gifted and talented program in middle schools despite their scoring as high as the 99th percentile in the tests administered for admissions.

The Asian American parents’ suit alleges this is due to the school system’s stated principle of considering a person’s score “within the context of his or her peer group.”

This was another way of saying that the school system applied local norms to its schools, pledging to select similar numbers of students from each school despite the vast differences in academic excellence among schools in Montgomery County.

The schools with more Asians enrolled tended to do significantly better across all metrics than the schools with fewer. However, Asian enrollment also tended to cluster in a small number of schools, parents say, so “local norming” the students would allow the school administrators to systematically exclude large numbers of high-performing Asian kids.

In the end, the parents who brought the suit allege, the Montgomery County school system’s intended result was to suppress Asian admissions, and those efforts largely were successful.

At least, that is, until the Association for Education Fairness sued.

“In my humble opinion on academic admissions, all students are supposed to be treated equally and judged by their characters and academic performance regardless of their race,” Guo told The Daily Signal in the Monday email.

“If we win this case,” she said, “it means that our justice system is still alive and effective; if we win, my son will not have to worry about being denied by [gifted and talented] programs just because of his race.”


Kenny Xu

Kenny Xu, who works for Young America’s Foundation, writes on race and identity politics from Washington, D.C. Follow him on Twitter at @kennymxu and Facebook at @thekennethxu.

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