TV producer accused of racism, sexism May 8, 2007Posted by C.A.R.D in African Americans, African-American, Asian, Black, Blacks, Card, Chinamen, IATSE, Intl. Assn. of Theatrical Stage Employees, Law & Order: SVU, Racism, Racist, Sexism, Sexist, Ted Kotcheff, Ted Kotcheff racism, Ted Kotcheff racist.
A Hollywood union has accused an executive producer of “Law & Order: SVU” of making racist and sexist remarks, claiming he often refers to Asian-Americans as “Chinamen.”
The Intl. Assn. of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) said it has complained to the show’s producer, NBC Universal Television, in three instances involving allegations against executive producer Ted Kotcheff over the past three years.
In the latest allegation, Kotcheff is accused of referring to a crew member as Stepin Fetchit, an old Hollywood stereotype denoting a servile, simple-minded black man.
The union said its attorneys notified NBC Universal brass in a letter dated April 7 that Kotcheff also told the crew member to “get your Caribbean ass out of here — go back to the Caribbean.”
The letter also claims Kotcheff “frequently refers to Asian Americans as ‘Chinamen’ and describes women in sexually derogatory and demeaning terms,” according to an IATSE press release distributed Wednesday.
Caucasophobia — the Accepted Racism April 6, 2007Posted by C.A.R.D in Accepted Racism, African Americans, African Studies, African-American, Allen G. King, Anti-White, anti-white racism, Asian, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Black, Blacks, Caucasophobia, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, David Horowitz, Discriminate, Discrimination, Hispanic, Howard University Racism, Immigration, Islam, Kamau Kambon, Latino, Muslim, non-white racism, Racism, Racist, René Descartes, reverse racism, Shelby Steele, Wangari Maathai, White, Whites.
From globalpolitician.com :
I had written much of this essay more than a year before I finally decided to post it online. A couple of personal experiences brought me onto the subject of non-white racism. I hesitated to post it, mainly because I instinctively dislike writing about anything related to race. I was brought up that way. Partly, I also convinced myself that I was first and foremost against Islam, and that writing about skin color would only complicate this fight.
However, after thinking about it for some time, I find that none of these arguments hold true. I am tired of ideological censorship. Western nations can never mount a defense against Muslim immigration if this is always dismissed as “racism.” But above all, if you believe that non-white racism exists, it is actually immoral not to deal with the problem and its victims. I am convinced that not just non-white, but also anti-white racism, are real and underestimated phenomena.
In London, an elderly driver who had a heart attack careered into a bus. Here you had a dying man, people trying to save him and police trying to clear the scene. Meanwhile, black youths at the scene just wanted to fight the cops. They shouted, ‘Who cares — it’s just a white man’.”
Racist Article in AsianWeek “Why I Hate Blacks” February 28, 2007Posted by C.A.R.D in African Americans, African-American, anti-black, Asian, Asian supremacist, AsianWeek, AsianWeek "Why I Hate Blacks", AsianWeek Racism, AsianWeek.com, Black, Blacks, complete text, Discriminate, Kenneth Eng, Kenneth Eng AsianWeek, Kenneth Eng Racism, Kenneth Eng Why I Hate Blacks, Proof That Whites Inherently Hate Us, Racism, Racist, Racist Article, Why I Hate Asians, Why I Hate Blacks.
A racist article was just printed in a San Francisco weekly newspaper named AsianWeek. Kenneth Eng who has called himself a Asian supremacist in the past was still writing for this newspaper even after he had in the past published articles called “Proof That Whites Inherently Hate Us” and “Why I Hate Asians.” AsianWeek has removed the “Why I Hate Blacks” article from the AsianWeek.com website, however, it was still published in the print edition of their newspaper. The website Independentconservative.com has a good column focusing on this hateful article. The following is the original text of the article AsianWeek published:
Why I Hate Blacks
Kenneth Eng, Feb 23, 2007
Here is a list of reasons why we should discriminate against blacks, starting from the most obvious down to the least obvious:
• Blacks hate us. Every Asian who has ever come across
them knows that they take almost every opportunity to hurl
racist remarks at us.
In my experience, I would say about 90 percent of blacks I have met, regardless of age or environment, poke fun at the very sight of an Asian. Furthermore, their activity in the media proves their hatred: Rush Hour, Exit Wounds, Hot 97, etc.
Hispanics vs. Blacks: The Battle For “Preferred Minority” Status February 8, 2007Posted by C.A.R.D in African Americans, African-American, amnesty-for-illegal-aliens, Asian, Asians college admissions, Black, Blacks, Blacks college admissions, Card, Civil Rights, college admissions and racism, Discriminate, Discrimination, discrimination and college admissions, Hispanic, Hispanic-American, Hispanics college admissions, Hispanics vs. Blacks, Latino, minorities, minority, Minority Status, Negro, Preferred Minority, racial balance, Racism, Racist.
by La Shawn Barber
As someone who loathes government-mandated race preferences, I look forward to years of laugh-riot fun as preference-loving blacks and Hispanics duel it out, fighting each other over government goodies.
I recently learned about a case involving a black cop named Kenneth A. Boyd in Wilmington, Delaware who claims he was passed over for promotion because he’s black.
Boyd alleges that police chief Michael J. Szczerba promoted an undeserving Hispanic instead. Oh, why does this sound familiar? According to The News Journal, Szczerba “fostered a diverse police force,” which is code for skin-color preferences. Only in this case, the Negro wasn’t the “preferred minority.”
A preferred minority group is one that is ostensibly under-represented in certain jobs, schools, etc. Asians also are a minority group, but they are not “preferred,” particularly as far as college admissions are concerned, because they tend to be overrepresented. In fact, admissions for Asians may be suppressed in order to conform to liberals’ notions of a proper racial balance. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights member Peter Kirsanow writes:
Asian Americans, though only four percent of the nation’s population, account for nearly 20 percent of all medical students. Forty-five percent of Berkeley’s freshman class, but only 12 percent of California’s populace, consists of Asian-Americans. And at UT-Austin, 18 percent of the freshman class is Asian American, compared to three percent for the state… President Clinton worried that, without preferences, “there are universities in California that could fill their entire freshman classes with nothing but Asian-Americans.”
Blacks have always been THE preferred minority group, but those days are coming to an end. Cases like Boyd’s are only the beginning of the battles between Hispanics and blacks for preferred minority status. Hispanic groups are already urging the federal government to hire more Hispanics. Incidentally, whites are becoming a minority group in states like Texas and California. Will they one day become a preferred minority?
With illegal aliens working on the cheap, look for more stories about blacks crying,”Hispanic racist!” If for no other reason than Hispanics are supplanting them as “preferred,” blacks should be speaking out against amnesty-for-illegal-aliens the loudest.
Tackling welfare’s racial gap January 23, 2007Posted by C.A.R.D in African Americans, African-American, American Indian, American Indians, Asian, Blacks, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Hispanic, minorities, White, Whites.
Counties are under pressure to get more black and American Indian families off of assistance or risk losing a chunk of federal money.
Sixteen counties across Minnesota have resolved to get more black and American Indian families off state welfare this year.
It’s a goal that may sound surprisingly blunt, but public agencies call it staggering in its complexity. Not only are black and American Indian families hugely overrepresented on welfare rolls, but recent studies show those groups, overall, also remain on public assistance longer than whites, Asians, Hispanics and Somali immigrants.
In suburban counties, officials say the growing number of low-income minorities migrating from urban areas has added a sensitive racial dimension to an old challenge of meeting the needs of the poor.
“The goal that the state has given us is that African-Americans and Native Americans should be doing as well as everyone else,” said Ruth Krueger, who directs Dakota County’s Department of Employment and Economic Assistance.
“Our overarching goal is to get everyone off welfare,” she said. “We don’t want to find that there is one group that is being left behind on that.”
And there’s little time. Millions of dollars for needy families could be at stake.
The U.S. Deficit Reduction Act signed into law last year requires that states get half of family-welfare recipients involved in jobs or job-related programs for at least 30 hours a week or they risk losing a share of federal help. Currently, about a third of Minnesota’s welfare families meet that goal.
To calculate progress, the law no longer provides states with credit for families that have moved off welfare entirely.
If Minnesota’s numbers don’t improve by 2009, the state could lose $13.5 million of the $267 million it receives from the federal government each year to help poor families make ends meet.
After a racist anti-Asian article was printed in Princeton University’s student newspaper, the newspaper staff defended printing it in order to supposedly “lampoon racism”:
An article in the annual joke issue of Princeton University’s student newspaper has left some readers accusing its staff of racism. The Daily Princetonian issue included a column with a byline that closely resembles the name of Jian Li, an 18-year-old Asian man who filed a civil rights complaint against the university last summer after he was denied admission.
Under a byline of Lian Ji, the article published Wednesday used broken English and spouted racial stereotypes to bash the school for his rejection.
“Hi Princeton! Remember me? I so good at math and science. Perfect 2400 SAT score. Ring Bells?” the article begins. “Just in case, let me refresh your memories. I the super smart Asian. Princeton the super dumb college, not accept me.”
What It Takes to Make a Student December 10, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Asian, Black, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Discriminate, Discrimination, Hispanic, White.
On the morning of Oct. 5, President Bush and his education secretary, Margaret Spellings, paid a visit, along with camera crews from CNN and Fox News, to Friendship-Woodridge Elementary and Middle Campus, a charter public school in Washington. The president dropped in on two classrooms, where he asked the students, almost all of whom were African-American and poor, if they were planning to go to college. Every hand went up. “See, that’s a good sign,” the president told the students when they assembled later in the gym. “Going to college is an important goal for the future of the United States of America.” He singled out one student, a black eighth grader named Asia Goode, who came to Woodridge four years earlier reading “well below grade level.” But things had changed for Asia, according to the president. “Her teachers stayed after school to tutor her, and she caught up,” he said. “Asia is now an honors student. She loves reading, and she sings in the school choir.”
Bush’s Woodridge trip came in the middle of a tough midterm election campaign, and there was certainly some short-term political calculation in being photographed among smiling black faces. But this was more than a photo opportunity. The president had come to Woodridge to talk about the most ambitious piece of domestic legislation his administration had enacted after almost six years in office: No Child Left Behind. The controversial education law, which established a series of standards for schools and states to meet and a variety of penalties for falling short, is up for reauthorization next year in front of a potentially hostile Congress, and for the law to win approval again, the White House will have to convince Americans that it is working — and also convince them of exactly what, in this case, “working” really means.
Lawyers accuse judge of racism November 26, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Asian, Card, Chinese, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Malaysian.
New Zealand – Auckland lawyers are aghast at comments made by a District Court judge as he denied bail to an Asian man. They are accusing Judge Thomas Everitt of racism, after he refused bail to a man facing methamphetamine and ecstasy charges.
The judge said the defendant would be able to get false travel documents, because “in New Zealanders eyes people of Chinese extraction or race are difficult to identify, facially and by name”.
Auckland QC Peter Williams says the comments are not acceptable coming from a judge and are not appropriate anywhere in the judicial system. Mr Williams say judges have to set an example to the public, and the comments lack discretion.
Mr Williams says Chinese people generally come to New Zealand to work hard and integrate. He also notes the accused man is actually Malaysian rather than Chinese, and has lived in New Zealand for three years.
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The Racism of “Diversity” November 15, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Asian, Black, Blacks, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Discriminate, Discrimination, Diversity, Harvard, Hispanic, Jewish, Jews, Quota, Racism, Racist, White, Whites.
It’s time to admit that “diversity” is code for racism. If it makes you feel better, we can call it “nice” racism or “well-intentioned” racism or “racism that’s good for you.” Except that’s the rub: It’s racism that may be good for you if “you” are a diversity guru, a rich white liberal, a college administrator or one of sundry other types. But the question of whether diversity is good for “them” is a different question altogether, and much more difficult to answer.
If by “them” you mean minorities such as Jews, Chinese Americans, Indian Americans and other people of Asian descent, then the ongoing national obsession with diversity probably isn’t good. Indeed, that’s why Jian Li, a freshman at Yale, filed a civil-rights complaint against Princeton University for rejecting him. Li had nigh-upon perfect test scores and grades, yet Princeton turned him down. He’ll probably get nowhere with his complaint — he did get into Yale after all — but it shines a light on an uncomfortable reality.
“Theoretically, affirmative action is supposed to take spots away from white applicants and redistribute them to underrepresented minorities,” Li told the Daily Princetonian. “What’s happening is one segment of the minority population is losing places to another segment of minorities, namely Asians to underrepresented minorities.”
Li points to a study conducted by two Princeton academics last year which concluded that if you got rid of racial preferences in higher education, the number of whites admitted to schools would remain fairly constant. However, without racial preferences, Asians would take roughly 80 percent of the positions now allotted to Hispanic and black students.
In other words, there is a quota — though none dare call it that — keeping Asians out of elite schools in numbers disproportionate to their merit. This is the same sort of quota once used to keep Jews out of the Ivy League — not because of their lack of qualifications, but because having too many Jews would change the “feel” of, say, Harvard or Yale. Today, it’s the same thing, only we’ve given that feeling a name: diversity.
The hidden white victims of racism November 12, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Anti-White, arrest, Asian, Black, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, court, gang, Iraqi, minority, Racism, Racist, White, Whites.
Last week’s horrifying trial of three Asians is part of a worrying trend, says Brendan Montague
No one who saw Angela Donald giving her dignified statement that “justice had been done” outside the High Court in Edinburgh as the racist murderers of her 15-year-old son were jailed last week could feel anything but sympathy. For Margaret Massey there was more, though — a sense of fellow-feeling and anger.
Kriss Donald was snatched off the street by an Asian gang and subjected to a terrible ordeal: beaten, stabbed, doused in petrol and set ablaze. Massey’s son Lee, a rugby player, was also the subject of a racially motivated attack when he was set upon by a gang of Iraqi asylum seekers “out looking for someone” to hurt.
He and two friends were stabbed in a car park in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, in October 2003. Lee was then thrown into the air and suffered devastating brain injuries when one of the gang used a car to run him down. Three years later he has not fully recovered.
Massey still feels aggrieved that — in her view — the police inquiry was hindered by political correctness because officers feared that reporting that a white man had been so brutally attacked by asylum seekers would further fuel racial tensions following several such brawls in the area.
“The police didn’t charge 13 members of the gang even though I believe there was some evidence,” she says.
“If our Lee had run over one of the Iraqis he would have been arrested right away and sent to prison for the rest of his life. The police are nervous when white people are attacked. In this area this is happening more and more often.”
Racism and race crime redefined: no longer a black and white issue November 8, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Asian, Black, Blacks, Britain, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Crime, institutional racism, killed, Racism, Racist, White, Whites.
Kriss Donald was killed by three Asian men in a racist attack
Racism was once defined as “prejudice plus power” – a definition which, in a British context, has tended to exclude all but the white population.
However, the “racist murders” of Kriss Donald in Glasgow in 2004 and Ross Parker in Peterborough in 2001, young white men killed by Asians, demonstrate how society has been forced to redefine racism.
It was, of course, the murder of a young black man, Stephen Lawrence, which changed the debate about race crime in Britain.
The inquiry which followed redefined a racist incident as any “which is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person”. It is, therefore, a largely subjective crime – and one which has proved extremely difficult to prove beyond reasonable doubt.
The statistics reflect that subjectivity, but they also reflect a belief right across the spectrum in multicultural Britain, that people are attacked because of the colour of their skin.
Tory councillor fired for anti-immigrant poem November 6, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Asian, Britain, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Discriminate, Discrimination, Racism, Racist, UK, White.
The Conservatives have suspended a councillor and would-be MP after an “utterly dreadful” poem about illegal immigrants was sent from her email account.The Liberal Democrats reported Ellenor Bland to the Commission for Racial Equality after obtaining a copy of the message. But Mrs Bland – who stood for parliament in Swansea East at the last election and was until yesterday an approved Conservative candidate – told the Guardian it was “lighthearted”.
Forwarded under the words Oh Yes! Ellie, it is titled Illegal Immigrants Poem and written in pidgin English. It describes a migrant coming to Britain to live on benefits before inviting friends from his home country to join him, buying up the area after white residents move out and “breeding” large families.
“Write to friends in motherland – Tell them ‘come fast as you can’. They come in turbans and Ford trucks. I buy big house with welfare bucks,” runs one verse.
“Soon we own the neighbourhood … We have hobby, it’s called breeding. Welfare pay for baby feeding.”
It concludes: “We think UK darn good place. Too darn good for the white man race! If they no like us, they can scram. Got lots of room in Pakistan!”
Beneath the poem appear the words “Please send this to every British taxpayer you know” and a cartoon of the white cliffs of Dover with the words “Piss off – we’re full!” scrawled across them.
Ignore anti-Prop 2 scare tactics November 2, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in affirmative action, Asian, ballot, Black, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Discriminate, Discrimination, Diversity, ethnicity, gender, Hispanic, Michigan, minorities, Race, Racism, Racist, reverse racism, Vote, White.
Update: Proposal two has now passed, please check out our other articles about it:
Victory Against Racism and Discrimination! Michigan Voters Approve Proposal 2
Legal Experts: Michigan’s Proposal 2 likely to hold up
I n 2003 the U.S. Supreme Court, in a split decision, ruled that the University of Michigan’s undergraduate admissions systems amounted to an unconstitutional racial quota. But the court did allow state schools, if they wished, to continue using a more “holistic” system aimed at giving minorities the benefit of the doubt.
Dial forward three years. According to data once again wrested from the university under a Freedom of Information Act request, the Center for Equal Opportunity, based in Herndon, Va., found that a black applicant with a cumulative SAT score of 1240 and a 3.2 grade-point average in high school has a 9-in-10 chance of being admitted to Michigan’s undergraduate program. For whites or Asians, the chances were 1-in-10.
In effect, nothing has changed in Ann Arbor. Which goes a long way to explain why Michigan voters are being asked to consider Proposal 2, the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative, which would flatly bar government from using “affirmative action programs that give preferential treatment to groups or individuals” based on race, ethnicity, gender and other suspect factors.
Proposal 2 is the same as amendments to the California and Washington constitutions that were approved by wide margins.
But a multi-million-dollar ad campaign organized by labor, business and political elites of both parties is frantically throwing sand in the eyes of the electorate with charges that Proposal 2 would be the end of civilization as we know it.
The campaign may work. From 75 percent approval, the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative has sunk to less than 50 percent in polls recently. “Michigan is a much tougher place, politically, than either California or Washington state,” says Ward Connerly, the California businessman who has backed all three measures.
But the scare campaign against Prop 2 is just that: a scare campaign. California and Washington are doing just fine in the wake of their bans on race preferences. Yes, minority enrollment at a few of the most selective state schools is down, but overall minority enrollment in the state system is up. Female contractors can no longer count on a big boost when bidding for government work, but female income continues to rise overall.
The anti-Prop 2 campaign suffers an even more crucial flaw: It is simply unable to explain why more discrimination would lead to less discrimination. At a big rally against Prop 2 in Detroit 10 days ago, Jesse Jackson gave a particularly weird explanation of why he opposes a ban on preferences. Men of all skin colors play for the Detroit Tigers, he rightly noted, but no baseball fan would think to root for a St. Louis Cardinals player simply because of his skin color. “Diversity” leads to strength, he asserted.
Racist Graffiti Found at Surgery October 19, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Anti-White, Asian, Muslim, Racism, Racist.
Police are now investigating the attack at Spring Hall Surgery, Halifax, which is believed to be a backlash in the row over Muslim women wearing veils in public.
The graffiti included obscene anti-white messages.
Carrie McLaughlin, manager at the surgery, said the slogans, which include the phrase ‘say yes to hijabs’ were discovered on the door and walls after the weekend.
She said: “We’ve never seen anything like this before. The fact it mentions the hijab could be some indication of someone getting fired up about what’s been in the news recently.
“We have two Muslim women working at the practice and they are particularly favoured members of staff.
“We have no idea why we have been targeted. We have a 25 per cent Asian community here.
“Staff and patients are all shocked. We have been trying to remove as much of it as possible but it’s proving difficult.”
Victoria Pickles, communications manager at Calderdale Primary Care Trust, said: “We are saddened to learn of the damage. This is an unprovoked attack and we will support the practice and the police in their investigations.”
The storm over veils hit the headlines when former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said he felt uncomfortable talking to women when he could not see them fully. The row intensified when teaching assistant Aishah Azmi was suspended from a school in Dewsbury after refusing to remove her veil in class.
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Terrorist Profiling Or Something More? August 21, 2006Posted by C.A.R.D in Asian, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Police, Racism, Terrorist.
British holidaymakers staged an unprecedented mutiny – refusing to allow their flight to take off until two men they feared were terrorists were forcibly removed.
The extraordinary scenes happened after some of the 150 passengers on a Malaga-Manchester flight overheard two men of Asian appearance apparently talking Arabic.
Passengers told cabin crew they feared for their safety and demanded police action. Some stormed off the Monarch Airlines Airbus A320 minutes before it was due to leave the Costa del Sol at 3am. Others waiting for Flight ZB 613 in the departure lounge refused to board it.
The incident fuels the row over airport security following the arrest of more than 20 people allegedly planning the suicide-bombing of transatlantic jets from the UK to America. It comes amid growing demands for passenger-profiling and selective security checks.
For forty years, the United States has lived with a variety of government programs applying preferential treatment based on race or gender or both. These programs have generally been limited to education and public contracting.
Recently, in a 2-1 decision, a panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a decision which may provide a foundation for applying preferential treatment to freedom of speech. If allowed to stand, the decision could authorize local governments to set varying limits to free expression, depending on the race, religion, or sexual orientation of the listener.