If you ignore the debunked racialist theories of 30-40 years ago - if you ignore the monetary interests of the Diversity Industry - if you ignore the foam-flecked hate that exudes from Diversity Bullies - if you look towards, let's say 2040, what do we see?
Well, we will see more of the America I see every day - the America I know and love.
The number of multiracial people in the United States rose 3.4 percent last year to about 5.2 million, according to some estimates, and is one of the fastest growing populations as a whole. Interracial marriages increased threefold since 2000, with about 1 in 13 marriages of mixed race. If this trend continues, the question of an individual's race will likely only get more and more difficult to define.In many places and situations, it already is.
However, we live in a Navy that is retrograde in mindset, and sold to the lowest bidder.
Admiral Mullen in 2007,
And the issue of diversity is very, very important to me, not just in terms of this kind of conference, but it’s a strategic imperative for the Navy. The world we’re living in is becoming smaller; it is a diverse world in many, many ways, as is our country. And in the year 2030, 2040, 2050, the majority in our country now become the minority and it’s vital for us, as a Navy, to be representative of that country, particularly from the – of our country in terms of diversity in order to carry out our mission. So there’s an internal strategic imperative that the Navy be set to do this in the future and it starts at the base. It starts with young officers, in particular.Last fall the CNO said,
Then I say, ‘I’d like to have all the officers step forward,’ they start to look an awful lot like me. Then I say, ‘I’d like all the senior enlisted leaders to step forward,’ they all look a lot a like, then I go to our civil servant leadership or our senior executives and ask them to step forward, it would look an awful lot like me. We don’t get the best solutions when everyone is the same. We get our best solutions, our best ideas; we get our best initiatives when you have diverse opinions in diverse positions and diverse experiences that inform those initiatives and those decisions. Also we as a nation, not unlike the demographics of the world and in 2040 the United States is not going to look like us. So now is the time that we build the Navy of the future.Well - it isn't all about you; and the future of America is one where race matters less and less - not more and more.
Mr. Obama had several options, as does anyone filling out the census. Starting with the 2000 census, respondents have been no longer forced to choose a single-race identity; they can now check one box, several boxes, or check "some other race" and then write-in their identity. Mr. Obama is the son of a black father from Kenya and a white mother from Kansas. He was born in Hawaii and raised there and in Indonesia. He chose to simply check "African-American."Supported by these types ...
From the perspective of science and biological anthropology, race does not exist. In other words, there is not one gene, trait, or characteristic that distinguishes all members of one race from all members of another. In fact, eighty-five percent of all human variation can be found in any local population, and a full ninety-four percent can be found on any continent. In other words, there are no sub-species when it comes to humans; we are, in truth, one of the most genetically similar to each other species of all species on earth.
The retrograde "comedian."
See where that attitude gets you? Ain't pretty - but that is how the Diversity Bullies wants you to think. You aren't a Sailor or American first - you are what you claim your DNA is - even if it isn't accurate.
Yes, my people. Americans.
What a concept. Maybe those in the Navy who supports those who feed and promote retrograde, debunked, racialist theories should check it out instead of giving status to the Diversity Industry that is infested with racial identity politics and sectarian hate - the kind that judges people by the color of their skin, not the content of their character.
Below is another example of the America I know - the America that is to come. If you agree with his politics or not - he is a man of the 21st Century - not one of the 1970s.
I want you to listen close to the beginning. He is describing what those who subscribe to the midset of the Diversity Industry and Diversity Bullies have to say about him. The same mindset that the USN shamefully sends millions of dollars to.
I see the future - and it is fine with me. Maybe one day Big Navy will join us. Maybe - but for now it seems stuck in Room 222.