11 November, 2013

New York: Affirmative Action Funny Business

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Affirmative Action, Celler, Celler Rights Laws, Civil Rights Act of 1964, jewed Congress, jewed culture, jewed law, Socrates, War On White Males, War On White People at 3:12 pm | Permanent Link

According to federal law, all employers who employ more than 15 people must hire by Affirmative Action. That means that they must hire “X” number of women, Blacks, Browns, etc., even if they aren’t as qualified as White men. That’s a recipe for disaster, of course, but then, this is modern America. By the way, Affirmative Action came from Title VII of Jewish congressman Emanuel Celler’s Civil Rights Act of 1964. (Title VII not only covers hiring, but also covers firing, so that once burdened with a negro, your company will have trouble firing him).


  • 3 Responses to “New York: Affirmative Action Funny Business”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Yet another example of unelected, unaccountable judges legislating from the bench. Our whole “Constitutional” system of government is a joke. The only reason it has survived for as long as it has is because the Constitution was largely ignored for the first 150 to 175 years of its existence. The States were the ones that had the real power up until then, not the Federal Regime on the Potomac.

    2. fd Says:

      The original states united under a general governemnt to defeat the British Crown. After the victory, there was no reason to maintain it other than a place for statesmen to confer among each other. Giving the Federal governemnt teeth is regrettable.

      At least into the 1980s, there was no such thing as affirmative action in the Gulf of Mexico. The oil companies and contractors knew the boys from South Louisiana and East Texas would shut down the job sites in a hurry. In other words when big money is involved, affirmative action is thrown out the window.

    3. S.U.N. Says:

      This is off-topic but damn related somehow. Russia, China AND Cuba have been elected to the Human Rights Council (ahem) over at the UN. Gentlemen, it can get worse than any affirmative action.