California High School Handout: All White People Are Racist

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By V. Saxena, February 26, 2015.
A handout given to students at the El Camino Real High School in Woodland Hills, California, basically says that all white people are racist, reports Breitbart:

A parent of a high schooler sent me the following flyer that was handed out in one of her son’s classes at El Camino Real High School in Woodland Hills, California.

I had no idea that it was acceptable in public high schools in California to promote the idea that an entire race of people are racist simply based on the color of their skin.

But there it is—in black and white (no pun intended).

The handout (pictured up top) reads as follows:

Why A White Space?

For many, it sounds contradictory: Isn’t it racist if just white people get together? Isn’t that segregation? The following are our reasons for meeting as a white anti-racist affinity group:

1. People of color shouldn’t always have to be the ones to educate white people about racism and oppression. We are taking responsibility for learning about our own white privilege and how to challenge it as white people.

2. In order to challenge racism and dismantle white supremacy, white people need to unlearn racism and discover the ways we enact white privilege. …

3. A commitment to anti-racist identity and practice as a white person can sometimes mean increased alienation and conflict in our lives, especially with other white friends and family who disagree with us. …

4. It’s a space for white people to figure out what it means to be anti-racist white person and challenge racism in all areas of our lives. …

5. It’s a place where white people can begin to build a new culture of white anti-racism, and learn the skills needed to transform the larger white community.

6. White affinity groups are a supplement to, not a replacement for, multi-racial dialogues and activism between white people and people of color. …

7. A white space serves as a resource to people of color who want to work with white people but don’t want to spend all their energy dealing with the racism of white people.

The absurd handout basically makes the case that all white people are racist and thus need to make up for this. The irony is that this belief in itself is extraordinarily racist.

Furthermore, when one of the parents emailed the assistant principal about this bullshit, she received a reply that basically dismissed the whole incident, on the basis that handout had been “inadvertently” passed out. Yeah, sorry, but this document was purposefully passed out.

Breitbart also reveals that its original publisher is the Alliance of White Anti-Racists Everywhere – Los Angeles (AWARE-LA), a hodgepodge of Marxist morons who are dedicated to indoctrinating children with bullshit.

And judging by this post on their Facebook page, they automatically assume that anyone who criticizes them is a white supremacist:

Screen Shot 2015-02-27 at 6.10.28 PMToday’s question, courtesy Breitbart: “Can you imagine if this document portrayed a stereotype of blacks, Hispanics or Asians instead of whites?”


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More on the California exodus to Texas from Forbes:
The point is that, while Californians understand their state is actively hostile to most businesses, many simply believe that’s a penalty companies, entrepreneurs, CEOs and employees are — and should be — willing to pay to live in the greatest place on earth.
So when California splendor proved not to be enough to keep Toyota happy in Southern California any more, after a 57-year stay, it rocked the state’s foundations as surely as any tremor along the San Andreas Fault.
Meanwhile, Texans are only too happy to bring umbrellas to watch it rain on California’s parade. Over the last half-century, California and Texas have traded more Americans than any other states — and almost all of them have moved from the coast to Texas. Since 1990, Los Angeles specifically has lost 3.1 percent of its employment base, more than Cleveland (0.2 percent) and Detroit (2.8 percent), according to new research by UCLA and cited by the Wall Street Journal.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry set a typically aggressive tone when crowing about Toyota’s decision on Monday. “It is the biggest win we’ve had in a decade,” he told the Journal. “Ten years of tax, regulatory, legal and educational policies have now put Texas at the top of the heap.”


Before His Election, WashPost Never Probed Candidate Obama’s College Years Like Scott Walker’s

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The Washington Post published a 2,223-word story on Thursday’s front page on the college career of Scott Walker — it ended abruptly without a graduation. One obvious question: when did the Post publish a long story on candidate Barack Obama’s undergraduate college years before he was elected in 2008? The answer: They didn’t.

Obama attended Occidental College in California for two years and earned his degree in the Ivy League at Columbia University in New York City. But that apparently wasn’t considered newsworthy.

A Nexis search of Obama and “Occidental” found one mention in a Sunday Outlook piece in 2007 and one mention in 2008. On February 11, 2007, it came up in a Sunday Outlook section piece titled “A Rusty Toyota, a Mean Jump Shot, Good Ears.” Occidental’s basketball coach Mike Zinn was quoted as saying “Barry was the same in victory or defeat — even-tempered. You could sense that the sport and competition were important, but once the season was over, it was time to focus again on academic issues.”

In 2008, it was a gushy story by Post reporter Kevin Merida on August 25, the first day of the Democratic convention. The headline was “A Place in Between; In a Nation Where Race Has Long Carried Polarizing Implications, the Mixed Parentage Of Barack Obama Opens a Bridge to Changes in Our Language — and Thinking.”

But Merida – now the paper’s managing editor – didn’t do any reporting on Obama’s college years.  He merely quoted from Obama’s memoir.

In “Dreams From My Father,” Obama poses the question that would hover over his post-adolescent life: “Where did I belong?” He was two years from graduation at Columbia University and felt “like a drunk coming out of a long, painful binge,” he writes, with no idea what he was going to do with his future or even where he would live. He had put Hawaii in the rear-view mirror and could no longer imagine settling there. Africa? It was too late to claim his father’s native land as his own.

“And if I had come to understand myself as a black American, and was understood as such, that understanding remained unanchored to place,” Obama writes. “What I needed was a community, I realized, a community that cut deeper than the common despair that black friends and I shared when reading the latest crime statistics, or the high fives I might exchange on the a basketball court. A place where I could put down stakes and test my commitments.”

In searching for a place to anchor, Obama transferred from Occidental College in Los Angeles to Columbia in New York, a period of his life that has not been well-examined. “I figured that if there weren’t any more black students at Columbia than there were at Oxy, I’d at least be in the heart of a true city, with black neighborhoods in close proximity.”

Obama writes that he was more like black students who had grown up in the suburbs, “kids whose parents had already paid the price of escape.” Except he had not grown up in Compton or Watts, he points out, and had nothing to escape “except my own inner doubt.”

The same thing happens when you search for Obama within 20 words of “Columbia University.”

On December 27, 2007, Merida glossed over it in a Jesse Jackson passage: “Obama was a recent graduate of Columbia University when Jackson launched his first campaign, and once told Jackson that he was inspired watching him on television debating Walter Mondale and Gary Hart. Now, Obama is trying to carve out a legacy of his own.”

There’s Merida in August of 2008, and then on October 17, 2008, there was a fleeting mention of Columbia, in an Eli Saslow story on Obama’s taste for solitude: “He had always guarded his space, once living in such seclusion as a student at Columbia University that when his mother visited his barren New York apartment, she chastised him for being ‘monklike.’”

After the election, there was more of the same on the editorial page on December 14, 2008 in a David Ignatius column:

Barack Obama wrote in “Dreams From My Father” of his days as a student at Occidental College, groping for his political identity: “We smoked cigarettes and wore leather jackets. At night, in the dorms, we discussed neocolonialism, Frantz Fanon, Eurocentrism and patriarchy.”

Don’t you think the voters would have liked to know if young Obama was into terrorist-inspiring thinkers like Frantz Fanon and had a radical anti-Western problem with “Eurocentrism and patriarchy?” Ignatius thought exploring that passage is “silly.” No one needs to know what Obama thought in 1981! (But the Post thinks you need to know Romney cut a kid’s hair on the quad in 1965.)

PS: The Post had a little more interest in the “Harvard Law School” part of his resume, mostly as a sign of Obama’s belonging in the elite. Post political reporter Chris Cillizza explained an ad on June 26, 2007:

The longer ad is more strictly biographical, detailing Obama’s work as a community organizer, his standout years at Harvard Law School and his eventual return to community organizing. Laurence Tribe, a Harvard law professor, says in the ad that Obama’s decision to bypass wealth on Wall Street for a job organizing at the community level was “absolutely inspiring.”

A Post reader could have found an account of Obama’s election as president of the Harvard Law Review in The Washington Post Magazine on August 12, 2007. Liza Mundy wrote about 1,000 words on this narrowly-focused event to explain how “it was at Harvard Law School that Obama’s political skills — and aspirations — would emerge rather dramatically.” That’s the only attempt at a view of Obama at law school.

More commonly, it’s thrown around like currency. On December 14, 2007, there is Obama booster Kevin Merida, quoting from the memoir, as usual:

But it is also true that Obama, after his election as the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review, wrote a 442-page memoir, published in 1995, that deeply explores his father’s absence. It is rich with dialogue, precise recollections and emotion-laden self-analysis. It concludes with several chapters about his visit to Kenya, where he meets siblings, aunts, uncles, his grandmother and his father’s ex-wives, and he finally understands the turmoil that consumed his father’s life. At the end of the book, Obama is sitting between the graves of his father and paternal grandfather, weeping.

Or Obama’s credential was used as a club. See Post columnist Steven Pearlstein on February 22, 2008:

We’re talking here about a former president of the Harvard Law Review. Have you ever met the people who get into Harvard Law School? You might not choose them as friends or lovers or godparents to your children, but — trust me on this — there aren’t many lightweights there. And Obama was chosen by all the other overachievers as top dog. Compared with the current leader of the free world, this guy is Albert Einstein.

Or Post columnist Sebastian Mallaby on May 5, 2008:

After Harvard Law School, Obama could have pursued a career that involved contact only with hypereducated brainiacs like him. But by working as a community organizer and in state politics, he chose a life that put him among ordinary folk. The elitist label is ridiculous.

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California Provides 59,000 Immigrants With Driver’s Licenses in First Month of 2015

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California issued 59,000 driver’s licenses to immigrants who are in the country illegally during the first month their applications were accepted, state officials said Wednesday.
Overall, a total of about 236,000 immigrants in the country illegally began the application process during January, the state Department of Motor Vehicles said in a statement.

California expects to issue 1.4 million licenses during the next three years under the program to license drivers regardless of their immigration status.
Last week, the DMV said it would offer more appointments to applicants as officials try to keep down wait times.
After decades of debate, thousands of undocumented immigrants in the Bay Area have begun the process of receiving California driver’s licenses. Hundreds poured into the DMV office on Senter Road in San Jose Saturday to apply for one. NBC Bay Area’s Marianne Favro reports. (Published Monday, Jan 5, 2015)
In early January, hundreds of immigrants lined up at designated DMV offices for walk-in appointments.
Most new license applicants must make more than one trip to a DMV office. First, they have to submit documents and take a written test, and later, they must take a road test.
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Illegals Are Running The Show

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By Thomas Paine

Santa Ana, California, is the seat of Orange County, yet, it’s a virtual criminals/illegals Mexican city. It is an outrage!

You’ll go far in that place before you find anyone who speaks English. Or has any respect for the USA and its laws. Entire towns are said to have migrated to this city where few bother to even pretend there is regard for the United States of America. They demonstrate contempt and greed in equal measure.

Their kids are fed two free meals a day the schools.

They suck up millions in welfare of every kind. Food stamps, housing money, etc. And then demand their “rights.” Which means they refuse to be bound by ANY USA LAWS.

Crime and violence – which they bring with them, as living habits from violent Mexico, degrades what once were middle-class American communities and are now mirror barrios of Mexico.

illegals vote 2The current political pressure in Santa Ana, is from younger groups who insist, according to a recent Los Angeles Times article, that “…the old guard is not in touch with the needs of their largely immigrant constituents…”

Read that again.

They are complaining that the city council does not cater to the criminals/illegals that continue to flood into California daily.

“You have a group of people who are coming into their own and questioning what is going on in their city…” says Jody Agius Vallejo, a University of Southern California specialist on this situation.


That would be the place they left behind in Mexico…Santa Ana is an American city which has been stolen, as have other communities, by criminals/illegals, who broke into the USA for the purpose of stealing what USA citizens/taxpayers have created for citizens.

It is suggested by Santa Ana city leaders that the young group might be “…better served by voting in larger numbers…rather than just …protest…flooding council meetings.” Of course, that’s not legally possible as these agitators are in the country illegally and cannot and should not try to vote. But they do anyway.

One young man, from an immigration rights group, RAIZ, complained “…against “…what it perceives as an overly cozy relationship between Santa Ana Police Department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.”

illegal”The group has criticized City Council member for not speaking out against the police, given that many residents are recent arrivals from Mexico who are in the country without legal status.”

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Does the burglar who breaks into your house have the right to demand you not call the police…to hand over all your property…and support him for the rest of his life, along with his extended family?



In 2013, RAIZ demanded the Police Department stop holding illegals for ICE…the police caved in to the criminals/illegals’ dictates.


The article goes on to state the younger criminals/illegals are using “…brazen tactics…” such as sitting in U.S. congressional offices and staging protests on the U.S.-Mexican border.

“They want to challenge the system in more dramatic ways,” says Manuel Pastor, another USC person.

Americans may not be aware of this lawless disrespect for American systems where the very people who have broken into the country illegally are demanding their “rights” from honest citizens who are forced to foot the bills supporting 20-30 million criminals/illegals in the USA.

No one ever talks about the decades of Mexican racketeering exporting illegal drugs, guns and poor people for the purpose of subversion and profit – Mexico gets back $40-50 BILLION yearly from the “poor people” in the USA illegal.

One agitator was quoted in the article…”…we are standing up and saying that’s enough…you can’t ignore us anymore.”

Talk about the nerve of a burglar…here it is…criminals/illegals openly agitating for anarchy in an American city…demanding their “rights”…

American citizens demand they all be deported now…so they can go demand their “rights” from corrupt Mexico…Americans owe then NOTHING.

Thomas Paine


California Newspaper’s Office Vandalized For Using the ‘Offensive’ Term ‘Illegals’ in Headline

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by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News

    A California newspaper’s office was vandalized after furious immigration activists denounced its use of the “offensive” term “illegals” to describe illegal aliens in a recent headline.

    The Santa Barbara News-Press’s front entrance was sprayed with the message “The border is illegal, not the people who cross it” in red paint, early Thursday morning, according to the newspaper’s director of operations, Donald Katich.

The attack came amid wider objections to a News-Press headline that used the word “illegals” alongside a story on California granting driver’s licenses to people in the country illegally (see below).

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But the newspaper said it will continue to use the term “illegals” to describe people who enter the U.S. without permission, despite the attack by vandals.

“It is an appropriate term in describing someone as “illegal” if they are in this country illegally.” – Statement from Santa Barbara News-Press

After that announcement, the offices were beseiged by protesters last night, including members of the Hispanic hate-group the Brown Berets, and Hispanic supremacist group MEChA, whose stated goal is the “Reconquista” (reconquest) of 1/3 of the United States by Mexico. Some of them dressed up as Aztecs to apparently push home this point.

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Above: Hispanic supremacist groups dressed as Aztecs protest outside the paper’s office Thursday night

Below: Paint bombs thrown at the newspaper’s landmark edifice; protesters surrounds offices

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“The vandalism and the damage speak for itself, as well as the motivation behind it,” Santa Barbara Police Officer Mitch Jan said. “At this point in time, I don’t really have any suspect information. Without cameras or an eyewitness, we really don’t know who would be responsible.”

In addition to the writing on the building, graffiti espousing a no-borders mentality was scribbled on the walkway through Storke Placita and the sidewalk near Santa Barbara City Hall. Police were braced for a protest in front of the paper later this week. Jan said hundreds could show up, and the Police Department is aware of the call for a protest.

Under pressure from illegal alien activists, the Associated Press in 2013 banned the use of “illegal,” “illegal alien,” and “illegal immigrant.” Several other media outlets have followed.

California is now issuing drivers licenses to up to 1.4 million illegal aliens, which experts call a potential “security disaster,” given the lax document requirements permitting nearly anyone from any country — even terrorists — to obtain one.