So once again, the price of diversity for a country, even higher IQ diversity, is shown to be extremely high. Two diversity judges: Derrick K Watson, who despite his English name, is a native Hawaiian, and then Theodore D. Chuang have interfered with Trump’s watered-down plan to block Muslims from some countries.
NYT: A federal judge in Hawaii issued a nationwide order Wednesday evening blocking President Trump’s ban on travel from parts of the Muslim world, dealing a stinging blow to the White House and signaling that Mr. Trump will have to account in court for his heated rhetoric about Islam.
A second federal judge in Maryland ruled against Mr. Trump overnight, with a separate order forbidding the core provision of the travel ban from going into effect.
I don’t exactly understand how this works, so forgive me if it’s muddled, but reading the NYT it seems a lawsuit was brought about by Hawaiian attorney general Doug Chin (Chinese) in regards to “an individual plaintiff, Ismail Elshikh, the imam of the Muslim Association of Hawaii” (who it was believed) ” had reasonable grounds to challenge the order as religious discrimination”.
So you have a Chinese attorney general in Hawaii, a native Hawaiian judge appointed by a black president, a Chinese judge in Maryland and a Muslim plaintiff. Then you have a Jewish New York Times declaring it a great triumph of morality.
The only good thing I can see about this is it really does illustrate that diversity will tend to coagulate into an anti-white goo to serve its own interests and will pursue those interests through the machinery of state. Diversity, in positions of authority will try to sabotage even implicitly white policy interests.
It’s just not possible for whites to feel good, virtuous and altruistic towards other groups, share what they have with them and be in control of their own destinies.
Whites have to pick one or the other.
It also underlines some of the limitations of civic nationalism, in that totally sane and justifiable policies which appear to discriminate against certain groups will be obstructed simply on the basis of them being discriminatory:
Judge Watson flatly rejected the government’s argument that a court would have to investigate Mr. Trump’s “veiled psyche” to deduce religious animus. He quoted extensively from the remarks by Mr. Trump that were cited in the lawsuit brought by Hawaii’s attorney general, Doug Chin.
“For instance, there is nothing ‘veiled’ about this press release,” Judge Watson wrote, quoting a Trump campaign document titled “Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”
I’m not sure what Trump can do to straighten things out, but to fulfill the policies he was voted in on, he really needs more powers. He needs to find a way of melting the coagulated goo of diversity interests out of the machinery of state. And that’s going to be very hard. It’s also hard within the confines of the kind of civic nationalism Trump represents, which while thankfully pushing ideas and values of interests to whites, avoids identifying them as white values.
Trump has come to power with a serious appeal to the American white vote, but non-whites are obstructing his manifesto. He’s finding the swamp needs draining even more that he first thought.