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Another Pygmalion attempt at racial parity goes belly-up


Another majority non-White school. Another accusatory finger pointed at poverty. Yeah, that’s the company line you’ve got to stick to in a country where pointing out racial IQ differences is strictly verboten.

You see, you can’t mention that Blacks and Mestizos have a lower mean IQ than Whites. A full deviation, in fact. No, you’ve got to find something else,so they play the poverty card, knowing full well equally poor White children still score higher than Blacks or Mestizos. Even the desperate language barrier excuse they give concerning Mestizos falls flat on its face when you realize Asian students have none of these problems of dismal failure.

I must admit I do revel in a bit of schadenfreude when it comes to these teachers getting the axe. Most, if not all of these educational automatons are Marxist yes-bots, making sure your White child is shot up with the crystal meth of political correctness. When they aren’t injecting them with commie whoremonger Michael King, (aka,Martin Luther King) they have them tripping on the White man’s genocide of the poor “Native Americans.”

Just think of all those tax dollars-your dollars- that are wasted on these transient welfare magnets. Not to mention the crime and violence they ultimately bring to any area they inhabit.

“You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear,” as the saying goes. I think there’s a lesson in that idiom that even a public educational apparatchik can understand.

  1. March 12, 2010 at 3:00 am

    Hmmm seems like we are doing a lot to make minorities who have a huge language barrier feel welcome at the cost of a solid education system.This is why we follow other countries in academia. We are way too worried about PC and not ensuring our children are being stretched to learn more and want to achieve.

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