24 June, 2021

Thinking About Non-White Experts. Is Your Expert a Quota Hire?

Posted by Socrates in Affirmative Action, Affirmative Action vs. merit, Civil Rights Act of 1964, civil rights movement, jewed Congress, jewed culture, jewed law, Jewed workplaces at 11:39 am | Permanent Link

I had a Brown dentist once. That guy didn’t know a molar from his elbow. How that idiot became a dentist, I don’t know. Wait, yes, I do! He became a dentist due to federal Affirmative Action laws! Laws that favor minorities, but screw Whites, who think they are getting professional services when they aren’t.

Here’s a scary thought: is your Mexican doctor really qualified? Is your Black nurse really a professional? How would you know? You wouldn’t know until it’s too late.

Thanks to Affirmative Action, the “professional” you are trusting may not be a professional [1]. He may be unqualified for the job.

Since 1964, all workplaces in America that employ 15 people or more must hire by federal Affirmative Action laws, including health-care workers. They must hire “X” number of Blacks, “X” number of Browns, and so on. The law applies to every workplace. For example: if the surrounding population is 15% Black, then your workplace must be 15% Black. No exceptions. If your boss has to spend big money to find “qualified” Black employees, then that’s his tough luck. Violators of Affirmative Action laws can be fined thousands of dollars.

The consequences of this ridiculous hiring situation are absolutely staggering. Millions of Whites get shafted every day, in every way you can imagine. In medicine, in financial services, in auto repair, etc. Whites are getting the shaft because federal law says that inferior (lower-IQ) people must be hired.

“The American job market is indeed racially biased. A detached observer might even call it systemic racism. The American job market systematically discriminates in favor of racial minorities other than Asians.”



[1] Affirmative Action laws came from — you guessed it! — a Jew: from congressman Emanuel Celler’s House bill H.R.7152. Celler wrote the Civil Rights Act of 1964. And his House Subcommittee No. 5 guided it through Congress. Thanks, Manny!

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