Monday, June 10, 2013
PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEMS CONFRONT RACIAL REALITY
School closures and public education cutbacks in the news -- awhile back it was Chicago; today it is Philadelphia:
Here: 'Chicago School Closings Vote: Board Of Education Votes To Shutter 50 Public Schools'
And here: 'Philadelphia school system approves mass layoffs'
Four thoughts that come immediately to mind when reading news reports of this kind:
(1) It may be a 'tragedy' as they say. But it's not all that surprising. This is just what so often happens when you have Negro-majority schools. And cities with heavily or even predominately Negro populations. And Negro-dominated local governments. You don't have to look very far for other cities with similar problems --cities like Detroit, Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, and many others with large 'colored' populations.
(2) As a consequence of the Negro-dominated situation in these places, there were no doubt way too many worthless, affirmative-action, know-nothing and do-nothing employees sucking off the public teat anyway. So by laying off a good many of these people the school systems will save a bunch of money they have been flushing down the toilet and that they should not have been spending in the first place. That can't be all bad.
(3) Another way of looking at it: it's probably a good thing in that we might finally be seeing some signs that cities such as Chicago, Philadelphia, etc. are starting to (are being forced to) face up to reality and give up on trying to educate these colored children to White, European, Western-Civilization standards.
(4) A couple other things to think about -- even though the Negroes dominate the situation in these communities, there is no doubt the White people in these cities and states have been paying far more than their fair share of the out-of-control public education costs. And what's often forgotten is that these kinds of remedial actions will also end up even further damaging the educations of a lot of innocent and undeserving White kids right along with the non-Whites (even though the problems and excessive costs are largely the result of the comparatively less educable and less well behaved nature of the colored children and the relatively non-productive character of Negro adults).