… a thing that only exists in the hate-group fringe, that claim should be held in skepticism against the reality that many of the racial outcomes — income gaps, housing and education segregation, police brutality, and incarceration — of the era of naked white supremacy persist, or have even worsened. And when it comes to Trump, or any other politician for that matter, the knee-jerk consensus reacti…
I have taught diversity in business for years, leaning on businesses like Microsoft, and a few others of the same type. They proclaim their attachment to diversity and courts go the same way as soon as a diversity issue comes up to them.
But that reinforces the very segregationist and white supremacist approach of the problem.
If we only speak of guaranteeing the respect of the demographic proportions in the surrounding society of any minority or special group in a business, the blacks, the gays, the lesbians, the Muslims, the Jews will always be minorities and will have to integrate the majority which will be non-black, non-gay, non-lesbian, non-Muslim, non-Jewish, etc.
That will as soon as a decision will have to be taken on a consensus or majority basis bring each one of these minorities to being nothing but minorities and that will create the idea — democratic for sure but also supremacist — that the majority is right and must have the last word.
That’s for me the real problem. Are we supposed to go against the majority rule or wait for the majority to change?
Are we still working in the Marxist approach of society and politics of a society cut into two classes, one dominating the other and the dominated one targeting its conquering power and dominating the previous one at last, or even eliminating it?
But what is the alternative? It works for women who are fifty per cent or so of society. But it does not work that easily with any other group who are minorities.