Eric Holder: Reverse Discrimination Is Only Beginning

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    [According to J Christian Adams, former DOJ voting Rights attorney, Mr Holder carries a slip of paper in his wallet at all times reading "The Black Criminal and The Black Attorney have more in common than the Black Attorney does with the society he is sworn to represent"
    Equality and justice for all from this guy? I don't think so. Even the most heavy handed Nixon appointee resembled the E-Trade baby in regard to dispensing injustice compared to Eric Holder. This is America, or was, before affirmative action, where the 'Best and the Brightest', the hardest working, the most industrious, were entitled to the fruits of their labors. General Dwight D Eisenhower kept General George S Patton on his roster despite many calls for Patton's dismissal because Eisenhower knew the War was not yet won, that Patton was the best field commander he had, and there was still a very great potential that he, Eisenhower, could still end up swinging by the neck until dead from a length of German rope]

    "Reverse discrimination against whites has just begun, according to Attorney General Eric Holder. Now, the exploitation of Trayvon Martin's death has thrown the cycle of racial resentment and favoritism into overdrive.

    There has been much poisonous rhetoric following Trayvon Martin's death, and more is sure to come. It is hard to imagine that any other current topic could result in racial madness exceeding that tragedy. Nonetheless, an exceptionally ominous and instructive remark was recently made by Attorney General Eric Holder -- a remark more outlandish than any heard so far in our national conversation about Martin.

    Attorney General Holder recently addressed the question of affirmative action, and for how long it would be required. He answered, stunningly, that reverse discrimination has only just begun: "Affirmative action has been an issue since segregation practices," Holder said. "The question is not when does it end, but when does it begin[.] ... When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?"

    We see in these remarks the soil out of which rises the bitter fruit of racial resentment. Holder's attitude is best summed up as the elite victim mentality. The belief is one of perpetual entitlement, fueled by bitterness, and given the stamp of official approval by politicians at the highest levels of national office. The Trayvon Martin upheaval is made possible by this carefully cultivated attitude, which exists within all income levels. Whether it's under the guise of injustice, inequality, underrepresentation, or white supremacy, the effect of the attitude is the same: sheer resentment towards the majority and its institutions.

    Not all minorities share this attitude, while many non-minorities do. For instance, Professor William B. Eimicke of Columbia University supports a lawsuit against New York City because the city doesn't have enough black firefighters. Eimicke, who is white, says, "The reality is the [fire] department should look like the city it serves." In other words, the fire department has something wrong with it because there are not enough blacks employed. This is an example of an educated, mainstream leader promoting an arbitrary standard of underrepresentation. Such standards will only fuel more demands for special treatment, and more resentment when the arbitrary standard proves predictably impossible to meet."


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    most of the racist libtards on this board deny that there is such a thing as reverse racism..


    eric done spilled da beans again.
     
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    That's because there isn't.

    There is just racism.
     
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    So Black Attorney's are drug dealers too?
     
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    nope, after hearing what is actively taught in their churches, in their homes and on a certain tv station,, I'd call it reverse racism,, cause it a revenge thang.
     
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    To some black people affirmative action never went far enough. One woman explained it to me when she applied for a college class but was turned down because it was full. She was turned down because of racism. There were white people in the class. One of them should have been told to leave to give her the seat.
     

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