Trainer At Compulsory USDA Sensitivity Training: “The Pilgrims Were Illegal Aliens”

How does he square that with reality? Did the Wampanoag people have laws that required immigrants to register or otherwise become ‘Legal’? I don’t think so. The trainer in this expensive, feel-bad course is Samuel Betances β€” a diversity instructor with Souder, Betances and Associates. He says he got his training in Chicago under Mayor Daley. Why am I not surprised?

He asks stupid questions like, Say, β€˜The Pilgrims never gave their passports to the Indians.’”

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21 Responses to Trainer At Compulsory USDA Sensitivity Training: “The Pilgrims Were Illegal Aliens”

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    The Indians were illegal immigrants from Asia.

  2. EastBayLarry says:

    Mindless pap for the LIVs.
    Disregard with extreme prejudice.

  3. BrunDawg says:

    I would have thought a sensitivity trainer would have used the term “Native Americans”…bam!

  4. Ray Davies says:

    I’ve been saying for years “all you people need to go back where you came from”

  5. Greg B says:

    Not illegals
    Conquerers!!!!!!
    Take that ya frikkin douchbag.

  6. DocO says:

    I think the irony here is that this guy completely misses the point he is making in FAVOR OF IMMIGRATION CONTROL and CLOSED BORDERS. Ask the American Indians how well there open border policy worked. How well did it work out for them that the Europeans kept their own ethnic identity and formed separate communities with no intent of assimilating into Native American culture!

  7. messup says:

    This is evidence of exactly why America is 25th in a study of some 150 nations’ educational system and standards . Fabian Socialism, as taught in graduate, upper classes, colleges and schools across these fruited plains are on full display for all American “legal” citizens to marvel at. Now, We The People have some 25 million “illegal aliens” flooding Americas cities, by ways and highways with abject poverty, shadow existence living, and poor (or no) educational instruction. Reading, writing and arithmetic, in these “illegal aliens” cultures are non-existent…and these are Americas future???? This video is a presentation of America’s dark, dependent future-state of government assistance, EBT card holders! “America – Dumb and Dumber!” Pray. Amen.

  8. westie says:

    Don’t believe the lies as the White American Students score in the top ranks of 1st world on primary and secondary education ratings.

  9. notamobster says:

    Those stats can’t compare apples to apples anyway because of the structure education systems in other places. The Dutch for example begin career track education at 12. They reaffirm their choice around 16 and continue through university level sooner than we do. If we only compared magnet schools, we’d kick their asses, with kids of all colors.

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Good point. If you compare the cream of their crop to our control group, we will have a poor showing.

      That said, I have to object to the comment that “…White American Students score in the top ranks…” Asian American students rank highest in the US. No reason to be ashamed. It is what it is.

      sat

      Asians Kung Fu the shit out of math.

  10. BigJimTX says:

    Some other countries (the ones that rank highest) test you to move up to the next level. You pass, you get to stay in school. You fail, and you get to work the fields or dig ditches. If we left kids behind, we’d be better off too.

  11. R.D. Walker says:

    I guess the Indians learned the hard way that, if you can’t defend your rights, you don’t have any rights. I wonder if we have learned that lesson.

  12. Rich says:

    Hmmmmm.

    First shot at college I was invited back for my senior year on academic probation … probably due to my solid D+ average.

    Second shot at college was deep six’d by a fine love affair with an older woman. The chemistry dept. wanted me to stay, but I was distracted from my studies … by different chemistry.

    Then I joined the US Navy.

    During my Naval tour I was able to take courses at an upstate NY college where I excelled in math and physics … oddly. Perhaps it came about because I was working in a place governed by math and physics … the US Naval Nuclear Power Program.

    Yes .. Adm. Rickover’s child.

    When I left the Navy I tried to enroll as a full time student at the same upstate NY college. I was rejected because of my prior college record … which pretty much looked like Yucca Flats after the bomb.

    So, I pursued my BSEE degree as a non-traditional student at that same school. I did well … 3.68 in BSEE.

    It took all I had not to go visit the bureau-weenie that had rejected me as a full time student and slam my BSEE degree, magna, on her desk and tell her that if ever another Naval Nuclear Power student come her way, she ought to make haste to let them in – regardless of any prior record.

    The good part of being a non-trad student was that I knew all the folk in the Adult-Ed Dept. Besides always having a fine joke on my tongue to smooth the way, over Christmas, I made my Mom’s bourbon heavy eggnog for them … I was essentially King Tut to those folk. Southern … charming … Southern …. but I repeat myself.

    I knew how to treat those Adult-Ed folk. First because God said do right by all. But also ’cause the first rule in the Navy was … don’t piss of the disbursing clerk.

    Anyway … just saying.

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