Wednesday, September 7, 2011

New Jersey Must Dumb Down Police Exams to Promote More Non-Whites

A settlement has been reached between New Jersey and the US Department of Justice in a suit filed by the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division that alleges that the exam used by municipal and county police departments to determine eligibility for promotion to the rank of Sergeant discriminates against black and hispanic applicants.
The settlement calls for the elimination of the current testing protocol and replacing it with something different, which has not been determined yet.   But the settlement states that the current pass/fail test utilizing a multiple choice questions pertaining to criminal law and law enforcement protocol has prevented 48 blacks and 20 hispanics from getting promotions because of their race.

The actual settlement document can be found HERE.
In addition, the settlement also calls for a one million dollar cash payout to the affected police officers while placing them on the top of the list for promotional consideration, despite the fact they failed to pass the qualification exam.

According to Thomas Perez, the assistant attorney general in charge of the US DOJ Civil Rights Division, “The Department of Justice will challenge discrimination in employment on the basis of race or national origin; whether that discrimination is intentional or the result of promotional practices that have discriminatory impact.”  In other words, if non-Whites cannot pass a qualification exam, the US DOJ will do everything in its power to ensure they get the job anyway.
Although the State of New Jersey has not admitted any liability in the matter, it considers the settlement a prudent decision to ensure that the State does not get tied up in lengthy and costly litigation, according to Peter Aseltine, a spokesman for the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office.

According to the officials in the DOJ Civil Rights Division, there is a ‘statistically’ significant disparity in the number of blacks(73%) and hispanics(77%) passing the exam when compared to Whites(89%), so the method used to determine qualification must be altered.  This ‘finding’ echoes recent decisions in the education arena that have called for the elimination of all standardized testing since non-Whites still underperform, even when given ‘special’ tests to attempt to artificially elevate their performance marks.
Now, not only are there insane politically correct policies in place to ensure that non-Whites are given special consideration for employment, they are now going to be exempt from having to qualify for promotion!

Granted, it would be logical to assume that Whites would also benefit from not having to take a qualifying exam, but due to the relentless and costly campaigns to recruit non-Whites into law enforcement coupled with anti-White Affirmative Action discrimination, the law enforcement community in New Jersey will be flooded with unqualified non-Whites who were simply able to secure a job and last long enough to get to the minimum term of service to get promoted.
So much for law enforcement and public safety in New Jersey; soon our municipal and county police departments will become ineffective against crime and serve as nothing more than another route for non-whites to fleece our tax money in undeserved entitlements.  And so much for “equality” in law enforcement; this equates to nothing more than further government sponsored and endorsed discrimination against White people.

How much longer are White people in New Jersey, who are STILL the majority of the population, going to quietly tolerate this blatant pandering to race hustlers seeking to capitalize on our complacency?  It must stop, before we are reduced to second class citizens with our rights legislated away.

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