Jagged Edged Pieces

1 01 2017

London

Breitbart:

430 primary school children were suspended for ‘racist abuse’ in the 2014-15 academic year – up from 320 five years ago, official figures show.

(snip)

They also reported that Black Caribbean pupils were “over three times more likely to be permanently excluded than the school population as a whole” and that Asians had the lowest rates of permanent and fixed period exclusion.

This piece of the puzzle is cut like this, that piece of the puzzle is cut like that.

Now, put them together.

And yes, they do fit together, even though they seem to be disjointed facts.

You make up bullshit ticky tack “offenses” to use to suspend white students so that you can sorta balance out the racial gap.  But for the ability to be “suspended for racist abuse,” the “over three times more likely” figure for “black Caribbean pupils” would be higher than three.

It’s for the same reason why, in our own open air insane asylum, white boys, literally, boys, not teenagers or young men, but boys, are suspended for chewing a pop tart into a shape that looks like the state of Idaho.

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1 01 2017
AnAnon

another wonderful facet of disparate impact.

1 01 2017
AnAnon

“But for the ability to be “suspended for racist abuse,” the “over three times more likely” figure for “black Caribbean pupils” would be higher than three.” – the asian rate is one tenth the black rate, so it would probably be one eighth or one ninth the black rate for whites absent being able to declare someone a racist for asking where they are from.

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