31 August 2012

A diversity officer's schedule

I always say, "Diversity?!  Why aren't we talking about UNITY in this nation?"

In fact, Michael Savage has said, "Diversity is perversity," demonstrating his strong taste for it as propaganda, res ipsa loquitur.  One could say the same for "Wellness" (although I could stand to lose a few pounds).  Bringing us to the first thing I read in boxers and t-shirt this morning:  The newest edict from the U.S. Department of State is the use of terms like "hold down the fort" or "rule of thumb" may be considered racist or sexist, so strike them from your communications.  Great job.

It is so frakking Orwellian that there even need be a tax-funded, full-time diversity officer - in any government agency.  The employees are so undereducated that they require someone to manage it for them full-time?  What a sham. Unfortunately, the Canadians and Brits among many, many others have adopted this rueful trend toward self-destruction and adapted it for their needs - beyond all recognition. The Bible can be considered hate speech in Canada, an arrestable offense. In Britain, for example, If a child complains, "I'm fat," parents are told to discuss body diversity and how their ideals may lack diversity. If you're a foster parent and not down with the homoghey, kiss your kids (and your @$$) goodbye.

So is this what the D.O. schedule at the State Dept. looks like?

8 A.M. - Morning meeting. "O.k. everyone, go do a lot of diverse stuff out there!"
9 A.M. - 11 A.M. - Think about diversity for a few hours, Google diversity and copy/paste some hyperlinks onto a word document, print it out for your staff to research and gravely tell them you are "very concerned"
11 A.M. - 2 P.M. - Take the metro somewhere fancy to have lunch and be seen looking smug and prim in your $1,100 taxpayer funded suit with your "diverse" friends, likely to all be of your own race
3 P.M. - 3:05 P.M. - Decide that 'Hold down the fort' and other common phrases are offensive, spam the entire workforce with your ill-conceived nonsense
3:05 P.M. - 4 P.M. - Update the CEO on your morning's ponderings, put yourself in for an award, and call it a day

- Don't forget to check the nanny state breaking news link on the right hand side of this site. ~Ed.

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