Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Over The Rainbow Hyperbole

Aside from our Indian reservations across our nation, what would you guess is the MOST segregated large city in the U.S.?
Would you expect this most segregated city to be drawn up on socio-economic lines,or railroad tracks, or water supply? Nearness to the big, 4-lane highway? Hell, it must be in the south, for sure.
But--what if this large, segregated city had separated the races (In this case, White, Black, Hispanic) on a political basis?
Keeping the man down, right?

That city would be Chicago, Illinois,  home of the Cubs on the northside, the White Sox on the southside, and the adopted home of racists Louis Farrakhan, reverend Jeremiah Wright, and Rahm Immanuel and our hero, Barry hUSs Obama.
Why would this anti-colonialist Obama choose to live in such a segregated place, marry there, have children there?

When political gain and fame is your solitary goal, Chicago is the place to be.  Hillary Rodham, Jesse Jackson, Bobby Rush, Richard Daley, Sr. and Jr., all found fertile ground for their racism and segregationism there on the shore of Lake Michigan.

Chicago has long been known as the oldest and most powerful political machine in the U.S.  What is not so well-known is that "Daley's modern Chicago was built ... on an unstated foundation: commitment to racial segregation".  In 1959 the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights called Chicago "the most residentially segregated large city in America".
To this day, the majority of Chicago's African-Americans live in the same areas they have occupied for the past 100 years.  Ethnic maps from 1920 and 2000 support this point. 35 years after passage of the Civil Rights and Fair Housing Acts, it was found that for the city to be integrated in housing and education, 90% of the black residents would have to move.
Not only has little progress been made in the integration of blacks into Chicago since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, but the government-sanctioned housing segregation practices have been expanded in the past twenty-five years to an entirely new ethnic group: Hispanics.

Walter Williams has summarized this trend by stating that fairness and good intentions are not economic, but political concepts.  These political concepts are converted into ethnically based residence goals, which are then used to create super-majority wards and congressional districts.

Since the 1960s, Democrats have always been proud of the safety net programs they create.  But they should have known, based on the high single motherhood rate, unemployment, and dropout rates experienced by African-Americans in big-city ghettos, that creating more housing segregation would have the same effects.  However, they went ahead and created barrios for the Hispanics with no regard for the social consequences.

See some actual photos of Mr. Obama's community organizing efforts in Chicago here.

Those Democrats want to give you a lifestyle based on your skin color and dependency to government, NOT your ambition and drive  or education.  Dependency upon them, as long as you understand the rules, your position, and re-elect them to their very well paying positions.

The maps of Chicago and New York show how Hispanics are being directed toward highly racially segregated neighborhoods, just as African-Americans were in the 1920s.  Only this time it's done with administrative language that is deceptively wrapped in a soothing lather of bureaucratic high ideals and good intentions.  These good intentions and policies of fairness not only continue to keep blacks in highly segregated neighborhoods, but have created segregated Hispanic barrios.

Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/10/chicago_the_new_capital_of_segregation.html


ABNPOPPA said...


So good to see you back. It's been a while. I have been very sporadic of late. Just can't seem to get the ol' grey matter working. I have to go back and read your past post then comment. BTW Adrienne over at Adrienne's Catholic Corner had a great video with the USC drum line. Absolutely awesome!

Catch you later.

Pops@Conservative Outrage, the blog

The Local Malcontent said...

It's just as great to hear again from you Pop, it surely is~!
Yeah, I dropped in the Conservative Outrage and seen that you'd not posted much lately, but that never will stop me.

In brief, I am back to help defeat Obama, and aiming my posts mainly at our Indian population in America...
alright, 'Native American'...(ha)

Blogging is like a drug, and I have to be careful, or risk ignoring the bosses here in the house~!
Stay strong, Pop, and I will look in at that video