|"Unleash Us" -- Haven't Black people been unleashed in Detroit already?|
Mein Obama (Zod Obama) is finally ready to "unleash us" - what Black militant Maxine Waters implored to have happen at a Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) event in Detroit regarding Black unemployment and Obama's silence on the matter - with an Executive Order to increase the already over-represented number of Black people working within the Federal Government:
President Barack Obama signed an executive order Thursday directing federal officials to design a government-wide strategy for making the federal workforce more diverse.
The three-page order directs the head of the Office of Personnel Management, a deputy director at the Office of Management and Budget, the President’s Management Council and the chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to develop the strategy within 90 days. Agencies then have 120 days to work the plan into their hiring and recruiting.
An Office of Personnel Management report says that in fiscal year 2010, the federal workforce was 66.2 percent white, 17.7 percent black, 8 percent Hispanic, 5.6 percent Asian/Pacific Islander and 1.8 percent Native American. It was 56.1 percent male.
Obama is planning to unveil job creation proposals next month. Some black lawmakers and leaders have criticized him for not directly addressing unemployment among blacks.
Blacks and Hispanics have been hit hard by the recession and are suffering unemployment rates of 15.6 percent and 11.3 percent respectively, higher than the 9.1 percent national average.
Ben Jealous, president of the NAACP, said fighting job discrimination is as important for minorities as job creation.
“We are a country where it’s easier for a white male with a felony record to find a job than a black man that has never committed a crime, and that in itself is a crime,’’ Jealous said.The Federal workforce seems pretty diverse already, but Mein Obama won't rest until it resembles the look and feel of the Detroit city government. So effectively, Obama has declared a hiring freeze on qualified white applicants while demanding that every Black person who applies for potential employment with the government be hired immediately.
Someone should remind Mein Obama that the Federal workforce already employs a disproportionate share of Black people. Taking on even more Black people that the private workforce can't find room to employ - because, they actually have to produce profits - will only further augment their share of the Federal employees:
Though 10 percent of the U.S. civilian labor force, African-Americans are 18 percent of U.S. government workers. They are 25 percent of the employees at Treasury and Veterans Affairs, 31 percent of the State Department, 37 percent of Department of Education employees and 38 percent of Housing and Urban Development. They are 42 percent of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., 55 percent of the employees at the Government Printing Office and 82 percent at the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency.
When the Obama administration suggested shutting down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the mortgage giants whose losses of $150 billion have had to be made up by taxpayers, The Washington Post warned, in a story headlined, “Winding Down Fannie and Freddie Could Put Minority Careers at Risk,” that 44 percent of Fannie employees and 50 percent of Freddie’s were persons of color.
In Washington, D.C., we have also seen the result of government cuts on African-American leaders who had to approve those cuts.
According to the 2007 US Office of Personnel Management Report:
According to OPM's FY 2006 report, all 23 independent federal agencies exceeded their racial quotas for hiring blacks by dozens or even hundreds of percent.It's becoming increasingly obvious that Black-Run America has declared war on white males. The Marines number one objective is now finding Black people capable of replacing white soldiers ready to die - with little regard for valor - for a country that hates them and wishes to e-race their chances of promotion by locating only Black people to promote:
This year the First Place prize in the federal quota competition again goes to Court Services and Offender Services (CSOS) for employing 808% more blacks than their affirmative action target (quota).
The five best independent agencies for overhing blacks in FY 2006 were CSOS (808%), U.S. GPO (503%), the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) at 409%, the EEOC (401%), and the Smithsonian Institution (338%).
The five "worst" agencies for blacks still over shot their racial quotas by significant amounts: NASA (49%), the National Credit Union Association (NCUA) at 62%, NRC (68%), FDIC (97%), and the Securities and Exchange Commission at 113%. These percentages represent the amount by which the agency overhired blacks as compared to the availability of this group in the civilian work force.
The commandant of the Marine Corps vowed Tuesday to increase the number of black officers, improve minority recruiting and memorialize the service's first black troops.
Gen. James Amos told about 500 members of the National Naval Officers Association meeting in San Diego that he was "heartbroken" when he examined the status of blacks in the Marine Corps shortly after becoming commandant last fall.
"We're just not there," the 64-year-old four-star general said. "We're not the face of society."
Amos, who became the 35th commandant on Oct. 22, said black officers numbered 5.6 percent of the total number of officers in 2010.
The general said that although blacks make up about 13 percent of the U.S. population, they comprise 10 percent of the 202,000-troop Marine Corps.
"It's not a quota I'm after, but I've got to pay attention to the numbers," Amos told the naval officers association, a group made up mostly of U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard officers. "I just know I'm not happy with where we are."
The Marine Corps promoted just 60 blacks among 1,073 promotions to the rank of lieutenant in 2010, he said. Amos said he wants to raise that 3.5 percent figure to at least 5 percent by the end of this year.
"We're changing our entire approach," he said, striding across the floor of a hotel ballroom as he made his remarks. "We're going to improve this year, next year and the year after that."