Give Me Diversity or Give Me Death!

More slight-of-hand from the Obama admin. Why slight of hand? Because while everyone screams the word diversity till it makes your ears bleed, no one will be allowed within 100 miles of the place who doesn’t think precisely along the narrowest possible parameters, delusions and all, as they are expected to.

Mirrored from Gates of Vienna:

General George Casey Jr., the Army chief of staff, famously said
after the jihad massacre by Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan at Fort Hood in November 2009: “It would be a shame — as great a tragedy as this was — it would be a shame if our diversity became a casualty as well.”

Multicultural JoyApparently the U.S. State Department feels the same way, because it is hosting a confab tomorrow on “Diversity, Inclusion and U.S. Foreign Policy”.

Boy, I wish this important strategy session had convened during our “Diversity” fundraiser last week — it would have provided us with a wealth of material, and saved Dymphna and me a lot of writing.

The following press release describes a gathering of “top diversity leaders” in a public/private partnership united under the banner of… of… well… not really united at all.

Just diverse.

You can tell how “diverse” it is by the fact that the only participating bureaucratic entity dedicated to a specifically named favored minority group is the Office of the Special Representative to Muslim Communities. In other words, “promoting diversity” is codespeak for “dancing to the tune of the Muslim Brotherhood”.

Celebrating diversity, insh’allah!

Set your alarm for the crack of dawn tomorrow, because you’ll need to be up early to catch the keynote address at 8:45 a.m. by Dr. Ernest Wilson III, Dean of the Annenberg School of Public Diplomacy. His topic: “Why Diversity is ‘Mission Critical’ for the U.S.”

Oh, wait. You can’t go, after all, because only credentialed journalists can get in. The standards for journalism in D.C. are the same as those in Norway, which means that right-wing extremists and Islamophobes don’t stand a chance.

Oh well — enjoy the presser, anyway (the bolded text in the first couple of paragraphs is my doing):

State Department to Host 100 Diversity Leaders to Strategize and Partner on “Diversity, Inclusion and U.S. Foreign Policy”

Notice to the Press
Office of the Spokesperson
Washington, DC

June 5, 2012

The Office of the Special Representative to Muslim Communities together with the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor and the Office of Civil Rights, will host the first ever strategy session on Diversity, Inclusion and U.S. Foreign Policy. The U.S. Department of State will convene 100 top diversity leaders from the public and private sectors to focus on the impact of diverse professional environments and the way in which the diversity and inclusion agenda informs U.S. foreign policy.

The program opens promptly at 8:30 a.m. on June 7 in the Marshall Center with opening remarks from Senator Ben Cardin (D/MD), Special Representative to Muslim Communities, Farah Pandith, and Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Director General of the Foreign Service and Director of Human Resources at the Department of State. Presentations and working groups continue throughout the day until 4:30 p.m. Dr. Ernest Wilson III, Dean of the Annenberg School of Public Diplomacy, will offer the keynote address at 8:45 a.m. on “Why Diversity is ‘Mission Critical’ for the U.S.” Under Secretary for Economic, Energy and Agricultural Affairs Robert D. Hormats will address the session at 2:35 p.m.

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7 Replies to “Give Me Diversity or Give Me Death!”

  1. Our politicians, in and out of uniform, are busy playing politically correct games while civilization is destroyed.

  2. I remember when I was a child, my Mother (God Rest Her Blessed Soul), always told me, you must “discriminate” who your friends are. She trained me to “discriminate”, of what was pure and what was not! Thank you My Dear Mother, for passing on to me this knowledge. I love you dearly, and I shall continue to “discriminate” my way though life! Even though I am now 70 years old. So, youngsters, “discriminate” between who your friends are. “Discriminate” between the political party you choose. Learn to look thru the “smoke and mirrors” of all situations! Think for yourselves! And you will succeed in life. Thanks MOM!

  3. slobo,

    I it is interesting back in the 30’s and 40’s the word discrimination was used in a positive sense. It was used on advertisement for basic products. Only good women would be discriminatory today we call it choosy.

    I think the old word was more appropriate. There are a lot of words that have changed for the worse.

  4. Who are the listed players in this treasonous effort?

    Farah Pandith (Senior Advisor on Muslim Engagement, US Dept. of State 2007) elucidates @3:24 :
    “You have an engine of voices that are going forward, that are spewing violence, that are asking young people to turn to violence in the name of Isalm. You have them on tv, you have them on the internet, you have them in the paper, you have them selling dvd’s and cd’s around the world and infiltrating the minds of really young people. Which is one of the reasons why I think its so wonderful this conference is actually talking about youth. They are the future here.
    They are the ones that will be able to push back against this extremist ideology that suggests that you must use violence towards your political ends .
    SO WE HAVE TO DO MORE TO DEVELOP RELATIONSHIPS WITH THOSE VOICES THAT CAN FEEL EMPOWERED TO PUSH BACK AGAINST [– hesitation –] AGAINST A CORRUPT VISION.
    Interesting turn of phrase there. Now whose corrupt vision was Farah Pandith referring to in that 2007 statement – considering the few words prior to that statement implies violence was not a necessary strategy to achieve political gains?

    “And we must do more to maximize what is taking place already – and not just governments. I mean, we need to build partnerships with the NGO community. And we are doing that. Not just the United States. You know, communities around the world, governments around the world that are addressing this issue building stronger bridges with the civil society and NGO’s and the business community – all areas that can influence the way youth think of themselves and think about their ability to be strong and to go into their lives knowing that they do not need to be accessed by a radical voice.”

    (look at her eyes at 4:49 = pure evil masked by her unassuming attractive appearance & smooth presentation)

    2009 She further reveals/revels in her satisfaction at the extreme unpresidented achievement of muslim infiltration.
    ——————————————
    Robert D. Hormats is one of the viral carriers of the ‘spreading democracy’ to MENA [“Middle East and North Africa”] idea.
    TheBlaze ran a thread identifying this misguided fools instigating the invitation to the Muslim Brotherhood to come to the White House.

    “This is not the first time Hormats has reached out to the Muslim Brotherhood: you may recall back in January when the Undersecretary and the Deputy Secretary of State William Burns were part of a U.S. delegation that met with Brotherhood leaders.

    In that first meeting, Hormats described Brotherhood leaders as being “very pragmatic.”

    ————————————–
    As for Linda Thomas-Greenfield, I’m still trying to get a handle on her bias’. From a dated 1995 WashingtonPost column

    “…meet Linda Thomas-Greenfield, and hear her story. “ (pre-9/11 . . .1995, Mr. Richburg’s account well worth reading as well)

    Thomas-Greenfield is a black American diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, her third African posting; she spent three years in Gambia and 2 1/2 in Nigeria. After completing her studies at the University of Wisconsin, she had spent time in Liberia, and she remembers how elated she felt then making her first voyage to her ancestral homeland. “I remember the plane coming down,” she said. “I couldn’t wait to touch down.”

    But when I talked to Thomas-Greenfield last summer, she had just finished nine months in Kenya. And she was burned out, fed up and ready to go home.

    Her house in Nairobi had been burglarized five times. She had had an electric fence installed. “When they put up the electric fence, I told them to put in enough volts to barbecue anybody who came over.” When she continued to complain that even the fence didn’t stop the intruders, the local Kenyan police station posted two officers on her grounds. But then the police began extorting payment for their services. “I’ve gotten to the point where I’m more afraid not to give them money,” she said. “They’re sitting outside with automatic weapons.”

    Now she was having a higher, 10-foot-tall fence built around her grounds. And she had become so exasperated, she told me, that “I’m ready to sit outside myself with an AK-47.”

    In April, Thomas-Greenfield traveled to Rwanda for an embassy assignment. She had been in the country only a day when the presidential plane was shot down and an orgy of tribal bloodletting began. Most of the victims were Tutsi, and Thomas-Greenfield, a towering 6-foot-plus black woman, was immediately mistaken for a Tutsi. She recalls cowering in fear with machine guns pointed in her face, pleading repeatedly: “I don’t have anything to do with this. I’m not a Rwandan. I’m an American.”

    In the end, it was not just the crime and her close call in Rwanda but the attitude of the Africans that wore down even this onetime Africa-lover. Thomas-Greenfield had never been invited into a Kenyan home. And doing the daily chores of life, she had been met constantly with the Kenyans’ own perverse form of racism, under which whites are granted preferential treatment over blacks.

    “There’s nothing that annoys me more than sitting in a restaurant and seeing two white people getting waited on, and I can’t get any service,” she said. Once, at a beach hotel on the Kenyan coast, she complained to the manager about the abysmal service from the waiters and staff. The manager explained to her, apologetically, “It’s because they think you’re a Kenyan.”

    “I think it’s an absolute disadvantage” being black in Africa, said Thomas-Greenfield, who, at the time we talked, said she was considering cutting short her assignment. “Here, as anywhere else in Africa, the cleavages are not racial, they are ethnic. People think they can tell what ethnic group you are by looking at you. And if there’s any conflict going on between the ethnic groups, you need to let them know you’re an American.”

    She added, “I’d rather be black in South Africa under apartheid than to go through what I’m going through here in Kenya.”

    Begs the question . .. how has her opinion shifted, if at all, since 9/11 and/or post Obama?

  5. Obama is critically influenced by his white mother. That is why he worships abortion. He will lose the spiritual battle with the Catholic Church. If he wants to win, he has to give up multiculturalism and diversity, because abortion in America is quite racist. It threatens to wipe out the Black race.

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