We have already seen how integration has lowered the quality of education in Black Run America.
Before getting into today’s topic, let’s briefly review our previous discussions for those who are just joining us:
(1) We discussed the integrated school bus from hell in Belleville which is unsafe for all students, whether black or White.
(2) We learned that per pupil spending on black students is higher than per pupil spending on White students in spite of the fact that White parents are paying far more in taxes.
(3) We saw that the Huntsville NAACP has threatened violent revolution over the racial gap in education which has persisted in integrated schools for 41 years.
(4) We saw that SWPLs in Nashville delay having children because of the inferior black schools in gentrified inner city neighborhoods.
Arkansas Bans Saggy Pants
Arkansas recently confronted the most visible sign of the decline of public education in the BRA: the black teenagers who wear saggy pants and other thug attire in the integrated public schools.
Aside from being subjected to Black History Month, perhaps nothing better symbolizes the authentic 365Black educational experience in Black Run America: just as blacks have lowered their pants by refusing to wear belts, White America has lowered the overall quality of education, whether in terms of safety, test scores, curriculum, cultural standards, excellence, or return on investment, and this has all been done for the sake of uplifting the lowest common denominator in American society, which is to say, black people.
All the problems which used to be associated with the “black schools” in the Jim Crow South: violence, vulgarity, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, slovenly dress, coarse culture and so forth – every single one of those things – have been imported into the White schools. Look at how well dressed the White girls were in 1957 compared to how they dress today.
The whole project of racial integration was based on the absurd theory that segregation was responsible for the racial gap on “hate tests.” Half a century of experience in forced integration should have discredited that idea by now. Yet the present system endures out of sheer inertia, entrenched black political power, and the White fear of being accused of “racism.”
Whites continue to accept inferior schools and higher taxes because rejecting those things would upset black people who have come to see their mandatory inclusion in all White institutions as “their rights.” Free market competition with integrated public schools is banned under federal civil rights legislation.
There are many levels of symbolism on display here. As everyone here knows, this ban on saggy pants is nothing more than a band aid on a gaping chest wound.
It should be properly seen as a symbolic act of resistance by White people in Arkansas (like the ban on affirmative action in Oklahoma) who are forbidden both legally and culturally to attack the present racial caste system in education in a more direct way.
The NAACP sees the racial symbolism and has denounced the bill because it “unfairly targets black males” who disproportionately wear saggy pants. Blacks are more sensitive to the fact that there are still millions of White Southerners who have never believed in integration or who privately consider it a failure. Florida is already following in the footsteps of Arkansas.
Arkansas was the scene of one the most climatic battles of the “Civil Rights Movement”: the forced integration of Central High School in Little Rock, which at that time was an all-White school. It was also a foundational moment in education in Black Run America.
The compliance of Central High School with the Brown decision was considered so important that President Eisenhower (see the video below) federalized the Arkansas National Guard and sent in the 101st Airborne Division to force integration on Arkansas.
The use of federal troops to integrate an American public school was a source of considerable international embarrassment to the United States during the Cold War. Congress reacted to the negative publicity by passing the Civil Rights Act of 1957 which was the first piece of federal civil rights legislation since Reconstruction.
As with Selma and Birmingham, the MSM eventually lost interest in Little Rock after the final triumph of integration, and have revisited the subject only in made-for-television movies and to celebrate these martyrs for the holy cause of Black Run America on the anniversaries.
Watch Clinton below give them gold medals for making “the walls of bigotry and prejudice” fall in America. A shrine to the Little Rock Nine has been built on the grounds of Central High School. There is another one at the University of Alabama where George Wallace famously made his “Stand in the Schoolhouse Door” in 1963.
In 2007, HBO produced a documentary called “Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later” that went back to Central High School to explore what the “Civil Rights Movement” had all been about. My favorite part was the tour of the derelict, formerly White neighborhoods in the vicinity of the school which are now a high crime area of drugs, prostitution, and gang violence.
A little bit of the “hate truth” slipped out there. You can watch that and some other informative clips below.