Entry # 299
Marshall’s Law Dateline – Why are discriminations based on majority racism and ethnic prejudices unacceptable, when minority racism and ethnic prejudices are socially acceptable?
There are three types of racism and ethnic prejudices: 1) private sector, 2) public sector, and 3) mixed sectors which describe private-public sectors racism and ethnic prejudices. Seems hypocritical for public sector racists and ethnic haters to chastise private sector racists and ethnic haters; theme for another writing exercise.
One example of public sector tolerated racial and ethnic hatred involves discrimination by tax exempt status which allows non-profit organizations to promote and discriminate under the “letter of the law”.
Contemporary example of mixed racial and ethnic discrimination involves following private and public sector members in one South Texas Community: business men, medical professionals, one hospital, some community leaders, area public sector educators, at least one FCC regulated AM radio station whom are all operating their one project under federal tax exempt tax status to provide education scholarships to essentially one minority group which is really member of majority ethnic group.
This same South Texas community is good example of how mixed sector racist and ethnic hatred policies can evolve into other race based or ethnic based discrimination policies:
1. Hurricane Dolly when and where one county public sector emergency rescue services were limited to Mexican American rural families and were denied to Western European heritage rural families.
2. Indigent health care services limited to “poor” Mexican American families and were and are denied to Western European heritage “poor” families.
3. Social services like food stamps discrimination preferences provided to “poor” Mexican American families and illegal immigrants while being denied to Western European heritage “poor” family citizens.
4. FCC licensed radio station takes money from self appointed celebrity who refers to station’s most popular conservative talk show hosts Limbaugh, Hannity, and Levin plus President Lincoln as fascists. Wonder if the same station would take money to allow some individual to describe popular Hispanic respected leaders in same community as fascists?
Above item four is not about limiting free speech entitled by Bill of Rights. Seems only fair that if FCC can encourage publicly licensed radio stations to run affirmative action disclaimers that white males need not apply for employment; the FCC might also encourage publicly licensed stations to run disclaimers that it broadcasts racially offensive ethnic hatred material against conservative Americans?
Closing thought, if it is “American” for private sector minorities and public sector bureaucrats to engage in racist and ethnic based discriminations and preferences by providing tax benefits to non-profit organizations.
Then why should these minority and ethnic hating citizens with help of public bureaucrats, complain if some citizens of Western European heritage start a non-profit organization with a tax exempt status for “only white kids”? Perhaps some will say two wrongs do not make right. Reader’s assignment, explain how tolerating one wrong makes right.