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DiversityWatch (February 28, 2023)


We live in a time of two competing social orders:

  • Social Hierarchy aims to promote the best people in terms of wisdom, judgment, discernment, and morality, looking at the whole of the person
  • Socializing Hierarchy selects those who socialize the best, which generally means confirming what others already believe in order to make them feel safe and accepted

When we had the aristocrats, our social hierarchy kept pushing the most competent to greater heights so that we could all benefit from their skills and wisdom. As soon as the middle classes took over, however, the aristocrats were removed from daily roles and turned into tax cash cows.

At this point, we have created an entropy of unacceptable methods: in our blundering through history, the bourgeois empire has written off any method which leads to realizing that “equality” is a concept which does not apply to humans, leaving us with no choice but approved methods.

These keep failing, but since it is personal risk to us to say or do anything else, we keep applying the failing theory, much like people did in the final days of the Soviet Union.


  • Kerner report at 50: Media diversity still decades behind

    Among Kerner’s recommendations for the news media in 1968:

    — Expand coverage of the Negro community and of race problems through permanent assignment of reporters familiar with urban and racial affairs.

    — Publish newspapers and produce programs that recognize the existence and activities of Negroes as a group within the community and as a part of the larger community.

    — Integrate Negroes and Negro activities into all aspects of coverage and content.

    — Recruit more Negroes into journalism and broadcasting and promote those who are qualified to positions of significant responsibility.

    Reacting to the harsh criticism, many media companies went on hiring sprees that bumped up the numbers of nonwhites in their newsrooms.

    This is an older article, but the Kerner Report has been trending of late. Everything it suggested has been adopted, and yet diversity still is miserable for all of the groups caught in its web.

  • Buckhead cityhood bill passes in Georgia Senate committee

    State Republican leadership has at various times commended Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens’ efforts to tamp down on crime – the major driving issue Buckhead city proponents cite when pushing for a vote – and signaled their openness to working with him. Dickens strongly opposes Buckhead cityhood.

    Wealthy White and hwite enclave wants to escape diversity. This would deplete Atlanta of much of its funding. And yet, effectively these are two separate cities with completely opposite interests, so letting Buckhead keep its wealth would make one functional part of the region.

  • De Ruyter says evidence suggests Eskom is a ‘feeding trough’ for the ANC

    De Ruyter said he thinks corruption at the parastatal is entrenched. He also alleged that a “high-level” politician was involved in the plot to pilfer COP26 funds.

    “When we pointed out that there was one particular high-level politician that was involved in this, the minister in question looked at the senior officials and said, ‘I guess it was inevitable that this would come out anyway’.”

    Equality means the weak eat the strong. Diversity means racial resentment until equal poverty is achieved. When the money goes away, infrastructure starves and institutions become dysfunctional:

    For months, Africa’s most industrialized country has been suffering from a devastating energy shortage, owing largely to underinvestment in power utility Eskom’s aging and poorly maintained plants.

    South Africa has suffered blackouts over the past decade, but more recently they have become “more persistent and prolonged” and are wreaking havoc on the economy, in particular the country’s freight and logistics network, Godongwana said.

    Godongwana also announced beefed-up budgets to fight graft and crime in a country ranked among some of the most violent in the world outside war zones.

    Wherever diversity goes, function goes away, and in its place comes violence, chaos, disorder, crime, and incompetence. It is the new Communism that kills societies, and through the same method: insisting on collective reward instead of hierarchy. Apparently South Africa is headed toward regime change conditions as a result:

    Western embassies including the United States and Australia have advised their citizens in the country to stock up on “several days’ worth” of food and water and be on high alert during extended blackouts sweeping the country. New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade advises “exercise extreme caution” due to strikes and demonstrations. “There have been outbreaks of violence primarily directed toward refugees and other African migrants throughout South Africa. Violence could occur again at short notice and bystanders could be caught up.”

    South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a national “state of disaster” on February 9 in response to the record electricity shortage, which has seen state-owned power company Eskom institute rolling blackouts – dubbed “load shedding” – lasting up to 12 hours in some cases.

    DFAT warned power outages can increase crime. “For example, traffic jams due to power outages provide opportunities for smash-and-grab crime,” it said.

    You either form a society around competence/hierarchy, shared understanding (culture), and purpose or you get a mindless voracious mob of rabble that as usual wants anarchy with free stuff from government, and tears down society with its own lack of long-term vision, just like those riots at Walmart on Black Friday. Even better, the diversity power crisis has come to the USA:

    The PJM report forecasts power supply and demand through 2030 across the 13 eastern states in its territory covering 65 million people. Its top-line conclusion: Fossil-fuel power plants are retiring much faster than renewable sources are getting developed, which could lead to energy “imbalances.” That’s a delicate way of saying that you can expect shortages and blackouts.

    Most projected power-plant retirements are “policy-driven,” the report says. For example, the steep costs of complying with Environmental Protection Agency regulations, including a proposed “good neighbor rule” that is expected to be finalized next month, will force about 10,500 MW of fossil-fuel generation to shut down.

    At the same time, utility-company ESG (environmental, social and governance) commitments are driving coal plants to close, the report notes. Illinois and New Jersey climate policies could reduce generation by 8,900 MW.

    ESG/DIE mean the same thing: enforced diversity and socialism with a token garnish of environmentalism on top. Leftists always want equality in order to remove an order that rewards competence, and they always want diversity in order to destroy the power of the majority. This leads to the failure of institutions through practices like political correctness and affirmative action, at which point the nation dissolves into a third world ruin and eventually is conquered by warlike Asiatics.

  • White student sues historically black college Howard University for $2M over racial discrimination

    Newman suffered “depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts” as a result of “public ostracism, vilification and humiliation,” the lawsuit claims. At one point, global head of diversity recruiting Reggie McGahee allegedly told Newman he had become the most hated student McGahee had seen during his tenure at the university, according to the suit.

    Discrimination can occur in any direction. Diversity ensures that everyone is discriminated against.

  • Elon Musk calls U.S. media and schools ‘racist against whites & Asians’

    Specifically, he wrote, “The media is racist.” He then added, “For a *very* long time, US media was racist against non-white people, now they’re racist against whites & Asians. Same thing happened with elite colleges & high schools in America. Maybe they can try not being racist.”

    According to Pew Research, newsroom employees are much more likely to be white (and male) than U.S. workers overall. In film and TV, according to McKinsey research, “Black talent is underrepresented across the industry, particularly off-screen.” Less than 6% of the writers, directors and producers of U.S.-produced films are Black, McKinsey found.

    According to the most recently available U.S. Census Bureau data, about 29% of non-Hispanic white people in the U.S. have attained a bachelor’s degree or higher levels of education, about 18.4% of Black people in the U.S. have attained that level of education, and about 51.3% of Asian people have done so.

    This is what egalitarianism always and without exception is: they pitch it to you as fairness, like a situation where everyone gets one muffin, but the only way to show fairness is if everyone has the same amount of muffins, so egalitarianism always means “take from the strong, to give to the weak.” You cannot make the weak less weak; you can make the strong less strong. Media, government, law, and — now that we have a centralized economy — the markets discriminate against Whites and Asians in order to fulfill our 14A objective of equality.

    Scott Adams simply noticed what the Rasmussen poll said: half of Blacks are biased against White survival. This means that the Great Divorce has gained another dimension:

    “If nearly half of all Blacks are not okay with white people—according to this poll, not according to me, according to this poll—that’s a hate group. And I don’t want to have anything to do with them. And I would say, based on the current way things are going, the best advice I would give to white people is to get the hell away from Black people. Just get the fuck away. Wherever you have to go, just get away. Because there’s no fixing this. This can’t be fixed.”

    “So I don’t think it makes any sense as a white citizen of America to try to help Black citizens anymore,” Adams huffed. “It doesn’t make sense. There’s no longer a rational impulse. So I’m going to back off on being helpful to Black America because it doesn’t seem like it pays off.”

    “The only outcome is I get called a racist. That’s the only outcome. It makes no sense to help Black Americans if you’re white. It’s over. Don’t even think it’s worth trying.”

    I have two problems with his statement: (1) it does not recognize social class, and (2) it talks only about Blacks and Whites.

    Like all groups, Blacks are spread out along a Bell Curve, with the trailer/ghetto people on the left, the normal people somewhere in the middle, and the few standout success stories on the far right. The right side of the Black Bell Curve are generally decent, well-intentioned people; the left side are either opportunists or criminals. Hint: this is not far removed from the Bell Curve of any society, but the ability range has shifted because of the average IQ of 89. This means that Black criminals are dumber on average than White criminals, which makes them more likely to be pointlessly violent and also more likely to get caught. However, there is plenty of overlap, since White criminals tend to be thoughtless louts with the same short-term attention span and self-pity complex. Criminals are basically megalomaniac saps who believe they are stars in their own movie and that right now, the world has treated them badly, so they might as well steal the cash from that struggling young family so that drugs can be bought and a good time can be had for once, keeping the darkness at bay.

    Black people in the US also faced the problem of slavery, which is bad mostly because it is dysgenic. The average slave was facing execution back home including possible cannibalism. He was a war captive or criminal who got caught. This meant that New World chattel slaves were a mixture of some of the best and some of the worst of the various Bantu tribes at war with each other across Africa, probably because the pre-Aksum great empires were too prosperous and their serf class, who became the Bantu, bred profligately as a result of the prosperity of those empires. Imagine Thomas Sowell, Osiris Akkebala, Clarence Thomas, Chinua Achebe, or Walter Williams running an agricultural nation-state and you get the general idea of how prosperous Africa once was. When empires fall, their serfs and peasants take over, and many of these are not-great people who got relegated to serf caste instead of being executed.

    Social class matters. But even more, the fact of diversity matters: when you have more than one group in a nation, each group fights for dominance because its other choice is to be dominated. It is a zero-sum binary solution set. You either take control, or you exist at the whim of those in power, who because diversity pits groups against each other, tend to be “racist” and exclude you from what they have made for themselves at best or try to kill you at worst. Diversity is unkind to all groups, and Scott Adams simply noticed and was publicly canceled in order to try to force him into a struggle session ending in an apology, at which point we can all go back to sleep because we have seen symbolic evidence that The System Works® therefore there is no need to adapt our mentation to reality:

    More newspapers say they are dropping the “Dilbert” comic strip after creator Scott Adams this week advised white people to “get the f–k away” from Black people.

    “Recent discriminatory comments by the creator, Scott Adams, have influenced our decision to discontinue publishing his comic. While we respect and encourage free speech, his views do not align with our editorial or business values as an organization,” the USA Today Network of hundreds of newspapers said in a statement Saturday to The Post.

    “At Gannett, we lead with inclusion and strive to maintain a respectful and equitable environment for the diverse communities we serve nationwide.”

    Never mind that a respectful and equitable environment would start with different newspapers for each racial and ethnic group. I advise all White Americans to “get the f-k away” from Irish people. We know they hate us, and Joe Biden is just the latest proof. Do we think even 50% of Irish would agree with the statement, “It’s Okay to be Anglo”? Of course not.

  • The coexistence of race and anti-racism in Geoffrey Morant’s anti-Nazi anthropology

    In the book, Morant explained his understanding of race devised from his biometric studies, stating physical qualities fell along a bell curve of variation and that variation within races was often greater than variation between them.

    This fallacy shows up a lot. Variation in internal traits does not mean that their consistency as a framework does not exist. Almost as bad as Lewontin’s Fallacy:

    It has therefore been proposed that the division of Homo sapiens into these groups is not justified by the genetic data. This conclusion, due to R.C. Lewontin in 1972, is unwarranted because the argument ignores the fact that most of the information that distinguishes populations is hidden in the correlation structure of the data and not simply in the variation of the individual factors.

    Race is more complex than one trait, but those who oppose it always try to strawman it into being a “race gene” or absolutely uniformity of traits.

  • Tulsi Gabbard says Biden, Democrats share same ‘core principles’ as Hitler

    “They’re are proud to be judging people, hiring people, selecting people based on race — and let’s be clear how serious of a problem this is. It’s based on genetics, race, based on your blood, your genes, and where do we see that connection?” Gabbard told Fox News host Jesse Watters.

    “Well, these are the very same geneticist core principles embodied by Nazism and Adolf Hitler,” she continued. “This should be something that is sickening and alarming to every single Democrat and every single American. We have seen where this philosophy can lead.”

    Gabbard said Democrats’ “agenda of identity politics” is one of the main reasons she left the party, adding it “directly undermines the traditional democratic values that were expressed so beautifully and clearly by Dr. Martin Luther King, that we should judge each other not based on the color of our skin, but based on our character.”

    If this sounds good to you, stop: you are a normiecon and you are basically a Leftist. We call such people transconservatives because they identify as conservatives, but are biologically and intellectually Leftists.

    Politics in democracy works by aggregate. It excludes anything which fails publicly, often dismissing good ideas for bad implementation; it includes anything which seems to be working, missing the repeated failures of implementations because of gaps in the categorical logic.

    As someone who is no fan of Hitler, who basically wanted to make a Right-wing version of Communism as much as the Fascists wanted to make a Communist version of libertarian AnCap, I find it important to note where he was right, even if he never stated it this way: diversity does not work, and each ethnic group needs to dwell alone.

    Had Hitler simply repatriated non-Germans and smashed Communism, we would idealize him today, although he still would have lost because Nationalism is post-egalitarian and therefore, all egalitarian systems like democracies and Communist superstates will unite to oppose it.

    The big point for Tulsi is that Martin Luther King Jr was wrong: races are different, and to preserve them, they need to dwell apart. If we do not do this, the internal conflict that results abolishes culture and makes us neurotic.

  • North Korea defector compares woke US ideology, education to regime tactics

    In an interview this week with The Post, Park recalled what it was like to be a North Korean defector who escaped tyranny and oppression only to meet college students intent on claiming victim status and earning oppression points. She dubbed her alma mater a “pure indoctrination camp” and said many of her classmates at New York City’s most elite school were “brainwashed like North Korean students are.

    “I never understood that not having a problem can be a problem,” Park said. “They need to make injustice out of thin air or a problem out of nowhere, because they haven’t experienced anything like what other people are facing in the world.”

    In every conflict, one must first identify the objective and the enemy, or what stands in the way. The objective is functional civilization; the enemy is the human tendency to want collective reward instead of natural selection. Groups consist of individuals who by membership in the group are not accountable for their decisions and incentivized to agree with the rest in order to be popular, therefore they tend toward illusion and eventually, arise at what Plato called tyranny: self-interested government, which almost always offers diverse anarchy with subsidies (DAWS) as a means of stopping revolt and keeping the population placid.

  • Trans prisoners in Scotland to be placed according to birth sex

    The policy was confirmed in an urgent review which found a double rapist being placed in a women’s jail did not put female prisoners at risk of harm.

    Honest transsexuals just want to be able to live as if they were the opposite sex. What we are seeing now is Leftism weaponizing transsexualism, therefore creating a protected victim group, which attracts those who want to use that power for self-interested reasons, in which there is high overlap with abuse and suicide.

  • The End of Grading

    More irrational even than pi, assessing people amounts to quantifying a relationship between unknown, usually unknowable things.

    Meritocracy fails, but the current push against grading is designed to increase minority representation in the fields of power.

  • How our own identity impacts how we judge others

    Research from McGill University has found that those who are most likely to be stereotyped based on their combined racial and gender identity, such as Black women and Asian men, were less likely to hold certain stereotypes against others.

    People who fear stereotypes are more likely to rebel against stereotypes. They are going to use this research to advocate for more free government money to be thrown at the abyss of diversity.

  • An 85-year Harvard study found the No. 1 thing that makes us happy in life

    The most consistent finding we’ve learned through 85 years of study is: Positive relationships keep us happier, healthier, and help us live longer.

    Identity affirmation and shared experience: Is there someone in your life who has shared many experiences with you and who helps you strengthen your sense of who you are?

    Through a muddle of theory, intellectuals rediscover culture. It turns out that having people like us around us, who understand us, helps us live the best possible lives.

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