9 April, 2021

Diversity in the Skies? No, Thanks

Posted by Socrates in Affirmative Action, Affirmative Action vs. merit, Celler, Celler Rights Laws, Civil Rights Act of 1964, civil rights movement, Diversity, diversity is hate, equality, feminism, Feminists, feminization of the West, Socrates, The Outsider/The Other, War on Men, War On Normal, War On White Males, women, women and 'equality', women in the workforce at 12:59 pm | Permanent Link

Fact: White men are more intelligent and more cautious than Brown or Black men.

Men also have faster reaction times (due to testosterone) and have better visual-spatial skills than women. So, it’s logical that a company would want to hire more White men and less of “The Other.” This would make sense.

(Trivia: female U.S. Navy pilots have fared poorly landing their planes on aircraft carriers. Women pilots crash on takeoff/landing much more often than men, and they are doomed by stalls and crosswinds much more often than male pilots).

But no! We can’t have any common sense today! There’s a new god in the world. His (or her?) name is Diversity and he/she must be worshiped. No matter the cost. Diversity Above All!

“Today, United has one of the most diverse pilot populations of any U.S. carrier with nearly 20% of our pilot group made up of women and people of color. We are working toward raising that number even higher by partnering with diversity-led organizations and continuing to remove gender and racial barriers. And we’re going one step further with plans for 50% of United Aviate Academy students being women and people of color to ensure our students reflect the diversity of the customers and communities we serve.”

Note for the record that all American companies that employ more than 15 people must, by law, hire via Affirmative Action (A.A.), a.k.a. “reverse racism” because it can legally reject White men due to their race/sex. A.A. says that all companies must hire “X” number of Blacks, “X” number of Mexicans, of women, of midgets, and so on. A.A. came from the Jew, Emanuel Celler’s Civil Rights Act of 1964. It’s unconstitutional yet it still stands decades later.


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