The Diversity Problem

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The Cut

“I don’t care about diversity. I don’t really think that’s important anymore.” — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke

This coming from a guy who heads an institution that is responsible for the management and conservation of federal land and natural resources that oversees the Bureau of Land Management and the National Park Service among others. If Zinke could, he would also protect what President Trump described as the “beautiful” statues of confederate pro slavery generals that rose to great controversy and debate during President Trump’s first year in office.

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Really?, Is that what Native Indians told you?
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Wikipedia commons

Where Does It Start?

That narrative or European-American framing of American history and its Civil War atrocities is simply more fodder for the Lost Cause platitudes and amelioration for the confederacy and its existential whiteness.

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#FrackOffChaco

European-Americans First

It is quite clear that the values and emotives of whiteness here is dismissive of logic regarding the governance of the republic. What is clearly suggestive is that these pseudo-profound instances of bullshit attempts to repudiate the validity of the diversity of thought and reasoning inherent with inclusion.

I, and few million others beg to differ.

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Where Does it End?

The republican base of Trump supporters are indeed integral to the ongoing institutional callousness on display. The conspiratorial ideations often used by: this administration and its flunkies; its staunchly irreverent conservative branch; a corrupted republican party; its hypocritical evangelical base whom offer their sanctions and prayers; along with their off-shoot army of aberrant alt-right strongholds of insensitive beliefs, in this present day legitimate idiocracy is clearly motivated by an emboldened ignorance.

It appears the more that I write the better I perceive.

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