Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers MIA In Taco Debacle
The National Hispanic Journalists Association (NAHJ) response to Doctor Jill Biden’s Taco Debacle?: ‘We are not tacos.” Meanwhile, the Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers (#SHPE,) while heavily promoting its social engineering agenda, remains conspicuously absent from the conversation, recalling Adam Smith’s warning: “The man of system <engineering> on the contrary, is apt to be very wise in his own conceit. … He seems to imagine that he can arrange the different members of a great society with as much ease as the hand arranges the different pieces upon a chess–board.”
I did find a SHPE reference to tacos – but this was a Fireside Tacos with GE event.
Since Sexologist Chris Wilkie was appointed as the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers newest Chief Executive Officer, we have noticed a renewed emphasis on social engineering such as its special programs, featuring inspiring LGBTQIA+ stories to Pride Month.
For Pride Month, June 14th, Author and presenter Jerry A Yang was invited to talk about his work on the intersections of sociology, feminists, and queer theory and their application to DEI issues in engineering. No longer Rod Garcia’s SHPE – In 1974 Rod Garcia co-founded SHPE. Garcia served as the first president of the organization, which initially focused its efforts in Southern California. To be fair, SHPE, like NAHJ did not just woke up. Wokeness infiltrated these organizations years ago, leaving their core mission statement for intersectionality, which is when I left both organizations. But it is not just Hispanic professional organizations going woke. At the same time that the self-described world’s largest professional organization, IEEE joined the movement. I also left IEEE.
And Myra Flores, the newly-elected congresswoman has ‘had enough of the Democrat party’s far-left policies.” Flores says she’s not surprised by Jill Biden’s ‘tacos’ comments about Latinos. “It doesn’t surprise me, Jill Biden and the far-left don’t see us as Americans. They see us as tacos. And they think that by giving us tacos, playing Latin music, that’s all it’s going to take for us to vote for them, and it’s not,” she continued. “They’re going to have to get to work.”
And of course Flores is Spot On – Dr Jill Biden Vacuous Apology Is Not The Issue
Just last week more than 100 black academics and community leaders signed an open letter condemning “white progressives” for a “barrage of racist, vicious, and ugly personal attacks” on Supreme Justice Clarence Thomas.
Do you remeber Joe Biden’s “You Aint Black Jack” Remark; During an interview on “The Breakfast Club,” Joe Biden told host #CharlamagneThaGod, “I’ll tell you what: If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” Joe subsequently apologized. What about Hilary’s apology for her 1996 remark on ‘super-predators’ – Hillary Clinton expressed regret for her comments about young, black “super-predators” – Which is why I say: Politicians are like the wind – they apologize if they sense resistance, or bask on it if they are praised. Why Hispanics should not be enraged. Forcing politicians to stop publicly demeaning minorities will not change their hearts. They will merely utter their thoughts in private but not stop their actions – it will simply mean more Euphemisms. As USCCB’s Lucas Koach might warn, it will lead to the proliferation of Euphemisms Rise in ‘Polite Persecution“.
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