They Came For the Diversity

17 04 2017

Clifton Heights

P-D, on the success that is Mason Elementary.

How did they get successful?

Well:

While parents say they like the community feel of the school, many say they primarily came here for this racial and ethnic diversity, which contributes to that favorable school climate.

“We didn’t want them to go to a school where everybody looks the same,” said Suzie Earley, a St. Louis resident whose son attends Mason’s preschool and will enter Mason’s kindergarten next school year.

Unlike most St. Louis Public Schools, more than half of which are at least 90 percent black in neighborhoods segregated by housing discrimination, Mason has a rare diversity of 51 percent black, 30 percent white, 15 percent Hispanic and 3 percent Asian pupils. A lot of that is due to Mason’s large international population.

Out of 400 students, 120 are immigrants or refugees. Leto said that’s because Mason is the closest English language learner school that pulls students from the Hodiamont area, where many immigrant and refugee families live.

In this case, “diversity” not only literally means diversity, but also means not your usual SLPS near-100% black.  Which means “diversity” is a coded racial dog whistle for “it’s not all black.”

Also, refugees as a buffer between native born blacks and native born whites — That seems to be a theme around here.

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17 04 2017
Nicholas Stix

Reading between the Lines

The principal, Deborah Leto, culled the herd of black thugs, starting with that suspension her first day.

Her special trick is using pre-K as a selection device. Parents have to apply to get their kids into pre-K. I guarantee you that she does intensive screening, including Internet searches, to keep out the thugs. She can just tell any black thug family that the school is all full. And if a kid beats the screening, but proves himself to be a thug in pre-K, Leto can just say the school is “all full” for Kindergarten.

As far as her claim that there have been no fights in five years (in spite of being 51% black)—yeah, and I’ve got a great deal for you on a slightly used bridge.

Regarding the (presumably white) mother, Suzie Early, who says she loves “the diversity.” SWPLs say “diversity” almost as frequently as blacks say “n—-r.”

Note how the despicable P-D operative, Kristen Taketa, plays the race card.

“Unlike most St. Louis Public Schools, more than half of which are at least 90 percent black in neighborhoods segregated by housing discrimination, Mason has a rare diversity of 51 percent black, 30 percent white, 15 percent Hispanic and 3 percent Asian pupils. A lot of that is due to Mason’s large international population.”

Complete non sequitur: How would immigration cause Mason to have three times as many white students than your average St. Louis public school, especially considering that half of the school’s parents drive their kids across district lines to school?

Thus, the school is not a neighborhood school. It’s a stealth magnet school.

Oh, and the despicable part: Taketa is blaming white folks for “housing discrimination,” but white flight from St. Louis City, like elsewhere, was driven by murderous black racism. But she plays her race card coming and going. It’s all the white devils’ fault—except for the “diversity”-loving SWPLs.
As you noted, when parent Suzie Early praises “diversity,” she’s using it to mean the opposite of its standard meaning: Instead of “As few whites and Asians as possible,” she means, “As few blacks as possible.”

18 04 2017
Truth-hammer

The stupid jew cunt in the article will one day get a call from the school telling her that her precious son paid the diversity tax.




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