Socialist Diversity Training

01“Accept our diversity.  Embrace it. Make it work for you.  Harness the rainbow.”

USDA diversity training session grew directly out of a policy put in place by  USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack, who in April 2009 issued a  memo to all  agency employees announcing “a new era of civil rights” and “cultural  transformation,” and instructed the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil
Rights “to lead a comprehensive program to improve USDA’s record on civil rights and move us into a new era as a model employer and premier service provider.”

So who did the USDA turn to for this “new era of civil rights and cultural transformation?”  Why to none other than Samuel Betances, who holds a doctorate from that center of socialist thinking – Harvard and  describes himself as a “biracial, bicultural and bilingual citizen of the world.”   After 23 years as  Professor of Sociology at Northeastern Illinois University,   Betances  got his start in the “diversity training field” from former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley.

In 2011 and 2012, the USDA paid Samuel Betances and his firm almost $200,000 for their services.   From 2007-2012, the federal government as a whole paid the firm more than $3.31 million, of which  $2.8 million came from the Defense Department.

Samuel Betances’ revolting  diversity seminar  at the USDA demonstrates that “diversity” and “sensitivity training” have nothing to do with “tolerance” or goodwill, but are euphemisms for socially acceptable racism against white Americans.

In February 2013  Judicial Watch  released video footage it had  obtained of one of Betances’  “cultural sensitivity training”session given to employees at the U.S. Department of  Agriculture (USDA).   In that session,  Betances emphasized that the history of the  United States was thoroughly steeped in racism and injustice.  As an example:    “[Some] Mexicans came to this country last night illegally; never mind that the  United States expanded and took over what used to be Mexico. If the truth be  known, in a lot of these circumstances, if you tell some of these Mexicans ‘Go  back where you came from,’ they go to Texas, California, Arizona.”

Not only does Betances call us racists but he accuses our founding fathers of stealing  our form of government from the Iroquois Indians.   “And so when our founding elders and our Founding  Fathers said, ‘We don’t want King George. We want our George Washington to  create a republic with tools of democracy,’ our founding elders went to the  Iroquois, native indigenous Americans in upstate New York, to borrow their  system of governance. In fact, when I met with some of the Iroquois leadership  some years ago, they say ‘Dr. Betances, not only did the Founding Fathers take our way of governing, they also took our symbol of nationhood, the eagle, as their symbol of nation-state.”

Throughout the session, Betances instructed attendees to  repeat a variety of assertions.  “If we work for a federal agency, we have  discriminated in the past.  Every federal agency has discriminated against African Americans, Hispanics, Native American Indians, and other groups.”

In an attempt to remove  the stigma from illegal immigration, Betances  instructs attendees at his seminar to repeat after him: “I want you to say that America was founded by outsiders—say that—who are today’s insiders, who are very nervous about today’s outsiders.  I want you to say, ‘The Pilgrims were illegal aliens.’ Say, ‘The Pilgrims never gave their passports to the Indians.’”   Betances, by the way doesn’t like the  word minorities.  He uses the term  “emerging majorities.”

For those that have not seen the clips you can watch them at this link.

If the Obama administration is pushing this socialist p.c. nonsense on federal workers – what brainwashing socialist garbage is he pushing on our children?

The killers, figuratively speaking, are the diversity trainers who numb the human mind with slogans and rote instruction on emotional correctness.  Once you kill the spirit, the rest is a matter of decomposition.” Kathleen Parker



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