Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Birmingham: Too Black to Fail -- How the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Kept the "Magic City" from becoming Detroit


How federal grants are funneled through the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) to artificially keep the 74 percent black city (whose black residents have a median per capita income of $15,927) financially solvent
There was something I could never quite understand – when I figured it out, it all made sense, knowing the city representing “ground zero” for the death of our civilization wouldn’t be allowed to collapse into a scenario like that of Detroit.

How has Birmingham, Alabama (a 74 percent black city: who had a median per capita income of $15,927 in 2009; whose city council banned the establishment of new payday and title loan, and pawn shops because they represented the only “growth industry” in the city; which has a crime index of “1 out of 100” – 100 being the safest – according to neighborhoodscout.com, meaning the city is only safer than 1 percent of the cities in America; and whose 98 percent black public school system was recently taken over by the state of Alabama due to incompetence, negligence, and poor test score) still have such high bond ratings, meaning the city can borrow money?

It has a bond rating of ‘AA’ from Standard & Poor’s; Moody’s gives it an ‘Aa2’; and Fitch an ‘AA’?

It just doesn’t make any sense – by all indications, the city is as insolvent as Detroit, a demographically similar city (84 percent black – though you aren’t supposed to notice).

But it has an impressive bond rating, meaning creditors are reasonably assured they will get reimbursed for lending money to the city of Birmingham for infrastructure improvements.

But… it doesn’t make any sense as to why the city should have a high bond rating.

Until you realize it’s all artificial.

The crown jewel of the civil rights movement can’t go insolvent, for it might prove those evil white people who dared stand defiant against the sea of changes that eventually took down South Africa after white people were stripped of all moral authority.

Enter the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Wikipedia tells us:
UAB ranks among Top-20 nationally in federal research and development funding and 1st in the state of Alabama, receiving more funding than all other Alabama universities combined. UAB received over $416 million in external grants and contracts in fiscal 2007–2008 The University of Alabama at Birmingham is nationally ranked among Top-20 in total federal research funding and key areas of health sciences receiving more than $433 million dollars in funding.
Birmingham is “too black to fail” – thus the need for a lifeline in the city known as UAB to act as a middleman from federal government to Birmingham accountants, which helps keep the city solvent.

Why not go a little deeper down the rabbit-hole to see how the federal government has kept alive the city responsible for the downfall of a civilization that went to the moon, and the erection of a society that gave us 2013 Detroit? In an inadvertently sobering 2007 series in the Birmingham News about the state of city under black-rule, we learn just how important UAB is to the health of Birmingham. (Which Way Forward?, Birmingham News, 2007):
In the 80 years from 1890 to 1970, the city of Birmingham had a mix of people that was about 40 percent black and 60 percent white, with most black residents segregated into areas with poorer housing close to industrial sites. Beginning about 1970, the mix began to change as whites left the city. By 2005, Birmingham’s population had flipped — 76 percent black and 22 percent white. 
 Some of Birmingham’s aging neighborhoods have become islands of the poor. A recent Brookings Institution study found that 28.9 percent of residents within the city limits live in poverty — the eighth highest percentage among America’s 100 largest cities. 
Yet at the same time, there is a strong, vibrant Birmingham. 
 The city is by far the major place to work in the metro region, hosting about 44 percent of all the jobs in Jefferson and Shelby counties. Birmingham is still a major banking center and home to Regions Financial Corp., now one of the 10 largest banks in America. And it is home to UAB, where 18,500 people work. 
 That realization has begun to hit Birmingham-Hoover metro leaders, said Charles Ball, executive director of the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham. 
“The mayors I’ve talked to realize they need to cooperate,” Ball said. “As far as the whole region is con- cerned, we’re way behind.” 
 Farthest behind is the central city, where 64,200 men, women and children live below the poverty line, and where the city school system lost 20 percent of its students in the last five years because parents don’t trust the schools. 
 In the past 17 years, Birmingham has demolished 7,948 houses, 350 duplexes and 3,332 apartments. While some new houses and apartments have been built, the city had a net loss of 4,257 dwelling units. That demolition will continue. 
Birmingham has at least one life raft — UAB.  
“Just from an economic and social standpoint, UAB saved us,” Ball said. “It’s the one thing that kept us from becoming another Gary (Indiana) or Cleveland after the steel industry collapsed.”  
The university has 16,600 students, and 3,000 people a day visit its research and medical complex. It brings in $408 million a year in grants and contracts and it’s a nursery for spin-off businesses.
So UAB is an asset, while only 3/4th's of Birmingham's population is a liability? 

No. We need to deeper down the rabbit hole, Alice. We need to go much deeper. Richard Arrington, the first black mayor of Birmingham, wrote this about UAB in his autobiography “There’s Hope for the World”:
 The blighted City Center was also a major target from the beginning of my administration and for the succeeding 19 years. The rapidly expanding University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) buoyed the Southside of the City Center with its nationally recognized medical center. New facilities and new jobs were brought on line by UAB. Construction, professional, and service sector jobs expanded on the UAB campus at a pace that soon made it the city’s number one employer. Its tremendous growth continued throughout my administration’s 20 year tenure. More than any other single entity it became our city’s saving grace. It was also a strong partner with city government, and much of the city’s economic recovery was a result of the strong leadership of the presidents of UAB from 1950 to 1999. Aside from the positive tax impact UAB had on the city, it contributed much to the city’s social and civic structure, bringing highly trained professionals into the civic fabric of the city’s communities. (p. 234) 
We must continue to follow the white rabbit and go deeper down the rabbit hole. What else can we learn about the importance of UAB to the city of Birmingham, a metropolis that truly personifies the phrase: “Too black to fail.” In Christopher MacGregor Scribner, “ Renewing Birmingham: Federal Funding and the Promise of Change, 1929-1979,” we learn much, much more about UAB importance to a city that was going majority black fast in the 1970s:
By 1980, the racial composition of Birmingham was the mirror image of century-old norms; African Americans constituted nearly 60 percent of the city’s population. The centripetal movement pulled wealth out of the city as well. Thanks to residential displacement and white flight, blacks moved into new parts of the city, for instance locating in areas of Ensley and West End abandoned by whites…. The sprawling Southside health and education complex offered evidence of change. “A new force is at work, slowly, perhaps irrevocably reshaping social attitudes and patterns of life in this one-time stronghold of segregation,” a New York Times reported noted. When the college finally acquired the 42 block urban renewal area in 1976, a decade after it had first applied for the land, it had a new name – and it made a broader and deeper impact on the city. The former University of Alabama Medical College had become UAB. 
UAB’s employment growth and its growing reputation put the health and education complex front and center in the city’s development policy. Commercial leaders believe that the school had “Boosted the area’s economy and [was] changing the attitude and prospects of the city.” By 1976, it was Birmingham’s largest employer and 4th largest statewide, with 12,000 workers and a $100 million annual payroll. 
 Throughout the 1970s, employment in Birmingham was virtually stagnant, while the suburbs added 80,000 new jobs. By 1970, blacks held about 1/3 of the nearly 5,000 positions at UAB. Nonetheless, black employees mostly filled the menial, lower-wage positions. About half of the blacks held service jobs, which accounted for about ¾ of all of those positions. As the educational requirements and pay levels increased, black workers held a smaller share. 25 percent of the college’s African American employees, for instance, worked as technicians (50 percent of that category) and 12 percent held clerical jobs (less than 25 percent of those spots). At the same time, fewer than one in six blacks were managers or supervisors (4 percent of that class). 
Still UAB’s “dramatic contribution” to the black community offered some hope of creating a more equitable society. By 1970, 13 percent of its 3,000 students were black, a far higher percentage than at Alabama’s Tuscaloosa or Huntsville campus or Auburn University, where black enrollment was below 2 percent. 
Blacks accounted for one in six graduate students, but the vast majority of those blacks studied for their master’s degrees in education. 
By the mid-1970s, UAB – and the municipal government – was knee-deep in federal money. The legislature’s flintiness magnified Washington’s role at the medical center. In 1971, the Alabama government paid just 23 percent of the medical school’s operating budget, about half the national average (40 percent). Alabama’s share of the medical school funding was the lowest in the South, whether measured in total dollars or as a percentage of the budget. No other medical school received a larger percentage of its funding from federal sources. The Birmingham campus received $3.41 from Washington for every dollar of state aid, nearly double the average at other state-supported medical colleges in the south. 
Birmingham’s efforts to cleanse its past through racial accommodation and the growth at UAB could not disguise the city’s failure to forge a stable biracial order. A federal study of the largest 65 cities in the mid 1970s ranked Birmingham second only to Jersey City, New Jersey, as having the lowest “standard of living” in the country. (p. 134-139) 
How were the almost entirely white suburbs of Birmingham able to add 80,000 jobs in the 1970s, without the kind of federal intervention that propped-up Birmingham via UAB? 

Weaponized Equality: The only way to keep Birmingham from becoming East St. Louis, Detroit, or Camden...
How indeed...

Tennant S. McWilliams “New Lights in the Valley: The Emergence of UAB” makes clear that UAB had the uplifting of the black community of Birmingham as one of its central tenents all along. President Charles McCallum (1987 – 1993) did all he could to erase the Visible Hand of Blackness in Birmingham:
Two years into his presidency – at a time when it was increasingly apparent that the American civil rights movement lacked anything approaching consensus on what the “next step” should be – one of McCallum’s key focal points became unmet goals of the civil rights movement in Birmingham, particularly UAB’s obligation as an urban university to do something about increasing African Americans access to the higher socioeconomic levels of life in Birmingham and elsewhere. (p. 361) 
We could have been on Mars, but we had to fund UAB and countless institutions like it (and UAB isn’t even a Historically Black College/University – it’s just a school designed to be a middle-man between the federal government and the black-run city of Birmingham to artificially supply a solid bond rating to the city).

Dr. McCallum knew UAB had successfully launched many black medical careers and he wanted to do more, especially a public school system in his university’s backyard that could supply a black pipeline of diversity – i.e., more minority grants from the federal government to the school – yielding only green for the medical college:
… he recognized that UAB’s high African American enrollment, plus its location in a city with high African American population, permitted UAB to do much more, influencing broad fields of education and professional life. He believed that UAB had a preeminent opportunity to help “fix the national pipeline problem” with regard to African American faculty. And so he fired back, “Tell me how we are going to do this better and do it right away.” … assembled a plan revolving around summer institutes for African American high school students, increased partnerships between various units of UAB and high schools in the city with high African American populations, and UAB scholarships for African American students, graduates and undergraduates. (p. 363)

And all of this was done with grants from federal agencies.

So how did it all pan out? How has the black community of Birmingham (74 percent of the city’s population) enjoyed the racial socialism the University of Alabama at Birmingham represents – a form of weaponized equality from the federal government to combat the otherwise poverty-stricken condition of the city without the lifeline of UAB?

Charles E. Connerly’s “The Most Segregated City in America: City Planning and Civil Rights in Birmingham, 1920 – 1980” has the answer. He writes, that by 1990:
At the same time, however, Birmingham was the 10th poorest large city in the nation, with nearly 25 percent of its residents living below the poverty line. 
 Overall, 91.5 percent of the population in the city’s 13 ghetto poverty tracts was black. For residents who lived in these neighborhoods, poverty in the 1990s was commonplace; unemployment was three times greater than the metropolitian area average; and the majority of families were headed by a single female. 
 By the 1980s, with the reductions in force at U.S. Steel and the growth of UAB, the university and its hospital had become the city’s largest employer. Without UAB, the decline in the steel industry would have been an economic disaster for the Birmingham.  
The contrast between Birmingham’s booming health sector and the black neighborhoods left behind can be seen by comparing UAB with its neighbor to the west. Lying just west of UAB’s western boundary, Interstate 65, North Titusville is one of Alabama’s poorer neighborhoods. In 1980, 57 percent of the neighborhood’s residents had incomes below the federal poverty line, and 99 percent of its population was black. Of the neighborhood’s 1,640 families, nearly 60 percent were head by a single-parent female.  
In 1990, North Titusville neighborhood leaders, including the president of the North Titusville Neighborhood Association, petitioned UAB officials for a partnership between the neighborhood and the university to address issues related to the neighborhood’s impoverishment.
 The fact that a neighborhood located so close to the city’s chief economic engine could identify economic development as being of high importance indicates the degree to which the economic benefits flowing from the urban renewal of the city’s south side had failed to trickle down to the city’s poor, black neighborhoods. If a neighborhood such as North Titusville, for which geographic accessibility to employment is not an issue, could not enjoy the fruits of UAB’s growth, then it is not surprising that the remained of Birmingham’s black neighborhoods were also not sharing in the benefit’s of the local economy’s shit to health and education services. (p. 275-29)

Wait a second… what’s that spatial mismatch theory you always read about as to why majority black areas are blighted? Oh, never mind.

But here’s the killer quote from the book:
… in the 1990s the quality of the Birmingham school system came under question, with 80 percent of the schools in the system on academic alert for low test scores and the state’s superintendent of education considering takeover of the school system. (p. 282) 
Today, the state has assumed control of the almost entirely black Birmingham City Schools system – meanwhile, black people are leaving Birmingham in droves, heading to the thriving white suburbs to find work and safe streets – no one ever dares mention the reason Birmingham has a crime index of “1 out of 100” is entirely due to the city being filled with black people.

Crime, after all, in the Birmingham metro area is something white people just don’t do – that’s why black people must import it with them “Over the Mountain” to bring about true equality to the region:
So yeah -- surprise surprise -- Birmingham is again a crime leader nationally, ranking 11th in homicide rate among cities of more than 100,000 people, and second overall in total crime rate. 
The only city with a higher crime rate last year was St. Louis, Mo. 
Yeah, Birmingham gets all the attention. But Birmingham -- Crime Central and all that -- is not even the crime capital of its own county. 
Not even close. Not among cities of more than 10,000 people. 
Bessemer, in that group, was last year's crime leader in both Jefferson County and the state of Alabama. Next was Selma, followed by Fairfield, Anniston and Prichard.Birmingham was sixth, with 98 crimes per 1,000. It was a rate high enough to make it a scourge among large cities in America. But it's not even close to Bessemer's 135 crimes per 1,000 residents. 
Bessemer, Selma and Fairfield were eighth, ninth and 10th nationally in overall crime. That's among 3,370 cities with more than 10,000 people. Anniston was 18th, Prichard 26th and Birmingham 28th. 
But it is hard, really, to turn them into anything but a paint-by-numbers indictment of our cultural divide. 
We don't have a Tale of Two Cities scenario, a best-of-times-worst-of-times cliché about the state of our community. We are reading a tale of at least 18 cities. And those are just the ones with population greater than 10,000. 
It is the worst of times when it comes to crime in Bessemer and Fairfield, Birmingham and Irondale. Those are overall crime leaders in the metro area, among the worst 25 in the state, the worst 1 percent in America. 
But it is the best of times - at least by comparison - in other parts of the metro area.Because the six cities in Alabama (of more than 10,000) with the least amount of reported crime are all in the Birmingham metro area, too. 
The city with the lowest crime rate in Alabama last year was Trussville, followed by Helena, Vestavia Hills, Mountain Brook, Pelham and Pleasant Grove. 
The six of those cities together have a population 4½ times Bessemer, and half the total reported crimes. 
Statistics, of course, can make liars of us all. They can reinforce our stereotypes, become self-fulfilling prophecies and give us easy excuses to keep on doing what we do.

Statistics, metrics, and data provide all the information you need to know the John Lockean view of equality is… bunk.

Birmingham, Alabama, a city kept alive by UAB and the tax-revenue it provides the city to maintain a high bond rating (which the 74 percent black residents of the “Magic City” are incapable of providing) is living, breathing proof of the reality of racial differences.

Not even the federally-funded experiment of UAB, an urban school deep in the heart of the city of Birmingham, can keep the financial blood flowing to maintain a heartbeat for ever.

We know the difference between Pittsburgh and Detroit, and now, emerging from the rabbit-hole, we are painfully aware of how a city like Birmingham (where 74 percent of its citizens are black, who had a media per capita of $15,297) can survive.

It’s all smoke and mirrors, provided courtesy of the federal government.

You can laugh now… the Comedian from Watchmen was right – it’s all a joke. 

40 comments:

Anonymous said...

I "almost" feel sorry for the Africans here in the US.

Those of us who come to sites like this KNOW this can not, and will not, continue. At some point in the future it will end and it will end violently.

The Blacks will be on the losing end. One White man is worth 20 Simians in a battle. They don't have a chance and they don't even know it. The White race traitors who support the Simians don't know it either.

BUT, those who really control all this from the top, DO know it. That may be why homeland security has bought a few hundred tanks adn 1 billion rounds of armour piercing bullets (bullets to be outlawed by the Semite Senator Feinstein). They intend to defend their pets since they are the pawns being used to destroy the White people.

Either way, when all this madness finally explodes into an orgy of glorious violence, the Simians will suffer greatly....but not as much as those really behind all this. The "nations" are getting tired.

Bogolyubski said...

Absolutely fascinating. Fantastic reporting here, PK. Birmingham was deemed as too black to fail - so the regime used the cathedral to funnel money to keep in propped up.

So, here's a question: Of all the many billions of federal tax funds that went to prop up Birmingham starting in the 1970s (and be assured that Birmingham is but a single example of many similar cases), how much of it ended up in the pockets of those it was all ostensibly for - blacks? A detailed accounting of who, exactly, ended up with the lion's share of all this tax money would be an interesting study indeed. Yes, there will be black leaders - the official mouthpieces, pols and assorted types - who engorged themselves with snouts deep in the trough of tax money. Even so, my bet is that the biggest pigs of all will turn up to be somewhat paler in complexion, with numerous familial connections to the cephalopod overlords. There is a term for these folks - they're sometimes referred to as the "new class". They're very definitely an aristocracy - but not ones that actually have vast land holdings.

Anonymous said...

This is why I am not buying a home in the United Shits of Amurkiturds for a very long time, if ever again. The whole country and its contents (real estate, schools, corporations, groid populace) is inflated in value. Smoke and mirrors is right. You are foolish to invest in this multicultural fiefdom or glorified multinational temp agency.

White Mom in Turdistan

countenance said...

UAB: Probably a tax exempt institution, meaning it doesn't have to pay the approximately 35% Federal corporate income tax rate. Marginally that factor helps Birmingham quite a bit.

Anonymous said...

Thing is, were these income redistribution polices able to pay off in economic growth for the surrounding metropolis, they might make some sense. But they appear to be one more rat hole down which public moneys are poured.

Anonymous said...

...and speaking of universities in the middle of the hood, this month marks the 5th year anniversary of the violent death of Eve Carson...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Eve_Carson

Commissar Snowman said...

(From the Desk of The Politburo Standing Committee)

" Statistics, metrics, and data provide all the information you need to know the John Lockean view of equality is… bunk"

It's quite hilarious hearing the liberals squeal and screech about how the Founding Fathers were slave owning, racist bigots. Yet in the very same breath the liberals will quote the opening of the second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence "We Hold these truths to be self evident, all men are created equal" as PROOF that the Founding Fathers believed in racial equality. The liberals are such hopelessly confused lemmings, one can only look upon them with a bemused stare.

It's so easy to see the "conspiracy" these days, it's been staring us in the face our whole lives. PK pierces the veil in one swift blow with this wonderful observation :

" The crown jewel of the civil rights movement can’t go insolvent, for it might prove those evil white people who dared stand defiant against the sea of changes that eventually took down South Africa after white people were stripped of all moral authority."

Absolutely, 100% correct. Why on Vishnu's Green Earth would anyone open a world class university in a shit hole like Birmingham? The only logical answer is that it keeps the surrounding area from completely falling to ruin. Although to me it doesn't seem like UAB can save Birmingham for much longer.

"In an era of stress and anxiety, when the present seems unstable and the future unlikely, the natural response is to retreat and withdraw from reality, taking recourse either in fantasies of the future or in modified visions of a half-imagines past"

-Alan Moore "Watchmen"

rjp said...

Is the UAB campus walled off? Samford?

I remember reading a story a while back about a girl at a Southern university with an inner-city campus that walled/fenced itself off from the town after she was raped and murdered.

Lionel said...

Camden, NJ is likewise propped up by Rutgers, the State University, with large undergraduate, nursing and law school campuses. It is a huge disservice to the students to put their schools in that hell-hole. In order to put money into these swamps, they put the students very lives at risk.

Jay Santos said...

PK - Whoa, big guy. Let each topic have a little time for your audience to react. Your output is plenty impressive, but many of us went to public schools and we can't read that fast.

Anonymous said...

"The crown jewel of the civil rights movement can’t go insolvent, for it might prove those evil white people who dared stand defiant against the sea of changes that eventually took down South Africa after white people were stripped of all moral authority."

Doesn't scan, man

bubo said...

More and more I find myself daydreaming about having been born somewhere like Bavaria or the Alsace region of France. Green, expansive and filled with white people. What a joy life must be to be free of the multikult plague.

No black flash mobs, no rape gangs, no pandering white liberals looting the public trust to keep blacks from burning the cities down. No soul crushing affirmative action to keep white men from gainful employment. I can honestly say being an American has become a raw deal for whites.

Anonymous said...

found at awdude link:
12 March 2013
USA: Wis. education officials want students to wear ‘white privilege’ wristbands
Apparently the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (WDPI) want White high school students to wear white wristbands as a reminder of their White privilege.

And that's not all. No, White students should also find time each day to critically examine how White privilege is working for them; and, they should put a note on their mirror or computer screen as a reminder to think about their White privilege lives.

Well, blow me over. In between remembering to remember about how they are so full of White privilege, just when do these White privilege kids get to study? You know, so that they can one day find a frigging job to pay their White privilege taxes so that those who aren't White and therefore immune to any privileges, can suck off the taxes paid by the White privileged tax payers??

FFS! Is this what America has been reduced to? Not enough to lose hundreds of thousands of White boys and men during the Civil War, fighting and dying to free the frigging slaves. Not enough that America went through the violent Civil Rights era, so that Blacks can be 'equal' to Whites. So that TODAY - they STILL haven't had enough equality and now need to demonise, vilify and humiliate White kids because they STILL can't make anything of their own lives without help from Whites in every sector of life.

Whites students have to bow down to Affirmative Action so that those incompetent "minorities" can be forced into education facilities which they can't get into on their own.

Out in the real world, Whites have to bow down to Affirmative Action so that "minorities" can get a leg up in the workplace, because otherwise, "minorities" can't get a job on their own. No wonder the majority of "minorities" work for the US government, where they get into a job based on the color of their skin alone. No privilege to be seen there.

Just look at the the Post Office as an example.Crumbling, bankrupt, corrupt, inefficient and the majority of workers are minorities. Other Government departments? Useless, slow and incompetent, with the majority Black and Hispanic workers.

Whites are excluded from these jobs because the "minorities" can't get a job otherwise, so it's government to the rescue - straight into high-paying, secure government jobs, paid by the White privilege citizens.

And then just look at the American government itself. F

Anonymous said...

There are hundreds of "diversified" metro areas that are propped up by taxpayers money distributed by Uncle Scam. Universities, hospitals, government institutions, government contractors, etc. If fact you can't go to many cities and not find the major or only employers to be funded by the Federal government. Much of the cities budgets are paid for by the states and feds as well. That’s why the country is drowning in debt. The black cities would collapse overnight without constant flows of cash generated by white workers and the white man is tapped out. Oh, what is it called when money is taken from the people that earned it and given to the people that did not? That’s right, Communism.

Jay Santos said...

bubo said...

...I can honestly say being an American has become a raw deal for whites.


An observation that is pretty well at the core of all that PK and others are starting, just starting to bring to light. Unimaginable how we got from point A to point B, but it has happened and it's getting worse.

We have a long way to go in getting this country, or merely a part of it, back to any sense of normal. And we have virtually no political organization to do it.

MICHAEL DEAN MILLER said...

Realistically... too black to succeed and politically, too black to fail.

Anonymous said...

Take down & retire your faded American flags. I did & replaced it with a Gadsen or pick one that means something to you.
America is dead already and starting to rot.

Enjoy the little time we have left.

Anonymous said...

In prior thread rjp and Don M led me to some interesting stuff.

Rjp/ Nixon was the man. He foresaw the social engineering of BRA. Tried to post on the other thread....

Don M - Raspail's insights are uncanny.

Folks: we cannot be trapped by merely enduring. So many white Americans are just enduring. I am dirty but eff that shite. Raspail mentions courage / the resigned courage to be poor it he says the inflexible courage to be rich.

As Bobo notes the banksters want us poor. Do we just endure? Or do we take a stand and have the courage to defy BRA and the usurping of our wealth? Well I am paying myself first thank you.

Raspail talks of white Frenchmen using servants, eyc. What happened to the American rugged individual do it yourself mind set?

Secession is inevitable. It will be hard and cruel, but Raspail notes that the times will be cruel. Do we endure just be in a malaise of false comforts or do we say eff it and start our own place, which is a hard undertaking but will ultimately free ourselves from the burden of a tyrannical government?

Screw Agenda 21 and the god damn third world turd refugees and the boats those turds floated in on, oh yeah, and the groids too. Screw churches, universities, corporations, and the government, as they enable these wastes with OUR tax dollars.

Have the courage to be rich. Be cruel to the turds to be kind to you and yours.

Pissed off White Mom in Craptopia

AnalogMan said...

Paul, of late some prominent commenters have been saying of various posts, "The best ever!". This one gets my vote. But it's a hard choice, and the depth of research (and sheer volume) of your posts generally is mind-boggling.

This one has so much, it's hard to know where to start. One thing that struck me is the ratio of employees to students: 5000/3000 in 1970, 18500/16600 in 2007. Is that typical? No wonder education is so expensive.

And this example of PC-speak illustrates perfectly why I have no future in journalism:

In 1990, North Tittusville neighborhood leaders, including the president of the North Tittusville Neighborhood Association, petitioned UAB officials for a partnership between the neighborhood and the university to address issues related to the neighborhood’s impoverishment.

The fact that a neighborhood located so close to the city’s chief economic engine could identify economic development as being of high importance indicates the degree to which the economic benefits flowing from the urban renewal of the city’s south side had failed to trickle down to the city’s poor, black neighborhoods.


I'd have written that

In 1990, the slum dwellers next door said to UAB, "He'p us! Gibs us mo' money".

The fact that parasites living in the shadow of a tax dispensing machine could identify it as a suitable host indicates the degree to which they are adapted to their ecological niche.


But seriously, Paul, get an editor, or at least a proofreader. Many of us here would volunteer. I would.

Anonymous said...

Black Rule: This is why Zimmerman case continues.

DOJ report: Whites do not deserve equal protection under the law. Whites can "fend for themselves".

"White citizens were not historical victims of discrimination or could fend for themselves."

http://pjmedia.com/jchristianadams/2013/03/12/breaking-inspector-general-report-on-racialist-disfunction-inside-doj/

http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2013/03/13/racialist-dysfunction-report-labels-doj-civil-rights-division-rife-with-racialist-dysfunction/#more-59982

Anonymous said...

Same thing, different city.

The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, one of the largest in the world, is located in a filthy black ghetto of Indianapolis - 84% black. Many whites unknowingly support this museum, but it is run by hard-left globalists.

The museum has started a campaign to redevelop and revitalize the surrounding ghetto area using tax incentives, tax money, and foundation money via LISC. They even give out free family memberships to those in the same zip code as the museum (I am sure they get a huge tax break for charitable donation...). This is UN Agenda 21 in action.

They just purchased an old Winona hospital property next door:

http://www.wthr.com/story/15144003/city-childrens-museum-close-to-deal-on-winona-hospital-site

and hired a minority business which will build and manage new low-income housing for the low-income blacks:

http://www.wthr.com/story/15144003/city-childrens-museum-close-to-deal-on-winona-hospital-site

And our RINO Mayor Greg Ballard is all in!!

“We commend the developer’s commitment to achieving or surpassing the City’s minority- and woman-owned business participation goals. Redevelopment of this property will improve quality of life for those living in and visiting the area and contribute to the revitalization of the neighborhood.”

http://www.childrensmuseum.org/node/35523

http://www.childrensmuseum.org/illinois-place-groundbreaking

and they will also work with "community leaders" to use foundation money to create a new "Quality of Life Plan" for the local blacks:

http://www.childrensmuseum.org/midnorth/

Anonymous said...

OT: Charlie Rangel goes off the liberal plantation, opposes same-sex marriage and abortion. Slams capitalism, calls for the creation of more poverty.

http://godfatherpolitics.com/9860/charlie-rangel-goes-off-the-liberal-plantation/

panjoomby said...

universities are DWL multicultural libfests. with few ex-military profs & very few ex-enlisted profs. universities need a Title IX to increase ex-military participation. also, Whites are not getting EQUAL ACCESS to college basketball & football. universities need a Title IX for Whites - so Whites can play against Whites.
overcome with civil rights fervor.

Anonymous said...

Milton Friedman's Enterprise Zone idea to help the inner cities has been killed by the mexican population explosion's providing an oversupply of cheaper and better quality labor. However; the
socialist version, exemplified by UAB, is as alive as the Black Death pathogen of the mid 1300's.
By the way, I wonder what percentage of the black "scholars" graduate with quality degrees such as those in the STEM fields.

There's one word that comes strongly to mind when I contemplate the struggle to protect Great White America from the predidations of Racial Socialism.
That word is separation.
The more that we separate ourselves from sub-Saharan Africans the safer we'll be and the better will be our quality of life.

Here's a few realistic ideas for creating greater seperation.

1) Aggressively oppose housing vouchers.
Conservative politicians should be pressured to point out that people should earn their way into better neighborhoods and that it's terribly wrong and counterproductive to confiscate hard earned wealth from peaceful and productive people in order to infect their communities with the inevitable dysfunction that comes from Section 8 housing.

2) Aggressively support school vouchers.
Tens of thousands of small new private schools could be created allowing White parents to escape the black damaged public school systems. Schools with fewer than 15 employees wouldn't be subject to current "civil rights" law. Of course, home schooling would also be financially assisted. Also, very important, school choice equals more White children.

3) Support Capitalism.
The highly incentivized system of Capitalism is great under any circumstances; however, in a mixed race society, Capitalism has the huge extra benefit of allowing the better breeds to elevate and seperate themselves from the brown mess.

Greater separation would also reduce collateral damage to Whites in the event a full-scale racial conflict following an economic collapse and military coup.







Mr. Clean said...

Lionel said...Camden, NJ is likewise propped up by Rutgers, the State University, with large undergraduate, nursing and law school campuses.

And across the bridge you have Penn and Drexel in infested West Philadelphia, and Temple in negrofuxated North Philadelphia.

Lionel said...It is a huge disservice to the students to put their schools in that hell-hole.

College education will be significantly different in another generation, reducing or eliminating the need for students to spend large amounts of time, money and personal risk being physically present in these places.

Bogolyubski said...

bubo said...
More and more I find myself daydreaming about having been born somewhere like Bavaria or the Alsace region of France. Green, expansive and filled with white people. What a joy life must be to be free of the multikult plague.

Just armchair fantasies, bubo. The squids and their EUSSR nomenklatura are busy importing Africans and Musloids by the boatload into those places and resettling them with generous welfare benefits. The EUSSR is actually planning to import at least 50 million Afros to be resettled in Europe. Many who live here in the Banksta Banana Republick don't realize that all Euro nations who joined the EUSSR gave up their sovereignty to control their own borders. There are Nigerians moving into Poland's cities now as cheap labor - with the completely predictable results. As always, TWMNBN are the big promoters (and profiteers) from this. Believe it or not, Poland and Eastern Europe were actually better off being part of the Soviet empire. They may have been poor and oppressed by the Russians, but at least they weren't being actively erased out of existence by a genocidal elite.

Californian said...

Anon said...Milton Friedman's Enterprise Zone idea to help the inner cities has been killed by the mexican population explosion's providing an oversupply of cheaper and better quality labor.

A very astute comment.

And it is something that libertarians and conservatives ought to consider. Many of their programs might work if there were no competition from cheap third world labor. That includes both the domestic labor provided by mass immigration, and the external labor provided by outsourcing.

Current policies guarantee that the middle class will diminish, undercut by the oversupply of cheap labor. Plus the general trashing of cities and suburbs via the usual suspects will undermine middle class lifestyles. The policies also guarantee that American blacks will be increasingly squeezed out of the labor marker, thereby accelerating the decline of the inner cities.

Libertarian-conservative economic policies might work in a society with higher IQs, or a certain level of national cohesion. But given globalization and multicultism, such policies become impractical. It is in the interests of elites to reduce America (and the first world as a whole) down to the level of second world economic status, the better to manage a global economy. Economic nationalism gets in the way of the free transfer of capital, resources, markets and populations.

Liberals, meanwhile, will swim in their suicidal hallucinations about "equality" and "diversity" and "building a better world." And they will be subsidized by corporate-government moneys as long as liberalism provides the ideological justifications for the system.

Meantime, your average American knows that they are free because they are told so by 500 channels of telescreen...

10mm AUTO said...

College education will be significantly different in another generation, reducing or eliminating the need for students to spend large amounts of time, money and personal risk being physically present in these places.

March 13, 2013 at 9:32 AM

While I somewhat agree with this, University level research is not just academia, but research. You can't just read what someone else wrote and get a grade, you have to DO. Chemical laboratories, research reactors, medical experimentation, animal studies, metallurgical research, aerodynamic research, etc requires LARGE machines that Grad students must have access to and the University or medical school is the only place this can be done. I agree that most lectures (especially high school and below) will be done via the internet but, Universities will still need to be funded for these facilities. So while I could probably get a Doctoral degree in Philosophy or European Art from "Universal" University without actually attending the Campus, To obtain a degree in the sciences means access to advanced scientific machines or patients or animals, all of which must be stored and or housed and cared for in a secure facility.

The larger point that Paul is making is that Universities have become a conduit to fund failing University cities, cities that are failing because they are ringed by the Black Tide (I want credit for that expression Paul!).

Like penicillin mold on a petri the University is a colony of one race surrounded by another. White and Asian University students go to class every day on their island signing the praises of "Diversity" while just outside the disinfecting influence of their campus security forces real diversity waits ready to attack those who venture too far. Federal funding supports a "university district" in every city. Rental apartments, cafe shops, small clothing stores, a hundred other shops that cater to the large number of undergrads and university personnel. The taxes from these flow to the city coffers that employ black people and keep the city bonds afloat and allow city mayors to promise that as soon as "X" program is installed (at great cost) then "Y" problem will be fixed (which it never is) without overtly going to the Fed for a bailout of declaring bankruptcy.

Brilliant!

10mm AUTO said...


"Blogger Lionel said...

Camden, NJ is likewise propped up by Rutgers, the State University, with large undergraduate, nursing and law school campuses. It is a huge disservice to the students to put their schools in that hell-hole. In order to put money into these swamps, they put the students very lives at risk.

March 12, 2013 at 5:46 PM"

No, no! The point is that the University was there 100 years ago and the area was White and safe and prosperous when these Universities were founded

The Black Tide came later.

Anonymous said...

UN Fair campaign turned on its head. Black on white murder and rape is unfair...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fwCQq-sghYk#!

Jim said...

It would be interesting to see the results of UAB's research.

Seedless watermelons? Horsehair wigs? Smartphones with pictures in lieu of letters/numbers? Afro combs? Etc, etc.

Aw shucks, now I'm sounding raciss!

Anonymous said...

In takes 18500 employees to process 16000 student cattle through the meat market that is UAB, incredible. It is a ratio that no private college could even fathom.

Dissident said...

I read somewhere that the estimated valuation of Drudge.com is considered in the multiple millions.

And that's for a site that's only a news aggregator.

This site, with it's cutting analysis and commentary, should be worth twice what Drudge's is.

You are certainly a prolific writer Kersey.

pat said...

I think I understand the pattern. First blacks start to come into a previously white neighborhood. When the black percentage reaches the "tipping point" (about 20%) there is white flight. Then at some point there is a race riot. Blacks burn out their own communities and subsequently no one can find a place to buy groceries locally.

That was pretty much what happened in my home town of Washington DC. I studied the pattern in grad school. Our Urban Planning class was asked by the city fathers to "do something". They didn't like my suggestion and I got out of urban planning.

Now we are about to see the next major urban race riot this summer. I could be wrong about the exact timing.

Oakland is a divided city. Whites on the solid ground. Blacks on the soft soil. That will matter this summer when the Hayward Fault slips. White people's houses in the hills will endure while the black housing projects down by the Bay will tip over and collapse.

All this will be shown live on TV. If I live through it and can get an Internet connection I will try to post my eyewitness testimony. Keep tuned in.

Albertosaurus

Anonymous said...

There are Nigerians moving into Poland's cities now as cheap labor - with the completely predictable results.

Correct. They have no interest in labouring dat b 4 YT.

Anonymous said...

3) Support Capitalism.
The highly incentivized system of Capitalism is great under any circumstances; however, in a mixed race society, Capitalism has the huge extra benefit of allowing the better breeds to elevate and seperate themselves from the brown mess.


It's spelled 'separate' rather than 'seperate."

Angry White Non-Delusional Male said...


Anonymous (March 12, 2013 at 7:03 PM):

"USA: Wis. education officials want students to wear ‘white privilege’ wristbands

Apparently the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (WDPI) want White high school students to wear white wristbands as a reminder of their White privilege.

And that's not all. No, White students should also find time each day to critically examine how White privilege is working for them; and, they should put a note on their mirror or computer screen as a reminder to think about their White privilege lives."

Sounds like a really good idea to me. Then they can examine the question for themselves. They, or at least those least brain washed and destructed among them, probably figure out what "White privilege" actually is - a myth.

The same as "male privilege", coincidentally. So why not force male students to wear blue wristbands?

I happen to be a White male myself. Not to mention a conservative Christian. And yet worse than that - working class (and proud of it, to top it off). I think no group in our society are more oppressed and harassed than us. We, who (as a group, viz. we and our forefathers) built, defended, sustain and own this country seems increasingly unwanted. Scarcely more than a burden, save for our labour and tax payments. Then non-Whites come here and want to take advantage of us, and they seem to largely succeed in it. And no, White women and White Progressive (non-conservative, non-Christian) men aren't always much better.

I can assure you all that I'm anything but privileged. And that I'm terribly saddened and angry. Not to mention desperate, frustrated and confused. And for the record filled with hatred and desire, nay, urge for revenge.

Bogolyubski said...

As we thought, BRA is excellent for "biznisss". The tentacles all lead back to the slimy head.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

I don't know if this would be of any use as inspiration for an article, but Wisconsin is apparently making inner city school volunteers wear "white bands" as a reminder of their alleged "white privilege".
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/wisconsin-s-vista-program-encourages-volunteers-overcome-white-privilege

Bogolyubski said...

I find it interesting that this whole "white privilege" campaign is under way in WI - a state that the Repukes won. Guess the teacher unions and bureaucracy are still in total control of publick edumacation there. Just imagine the depth of my shock and awe: Repukes making a big sound and fury while doing nothing (except further consolidate control by those they allegedly oppose).

Any white parent who puts their kids in public school is irresponsible at best.