The Zombies Are Back: The Resurrection Of Diversity, Inclusion, And Equity

When I wrote my initial article about BLM, in June of 2020, when I called them the “Scam of the Century,” I assumed that they would take their extortion money and find a suitable swamp to retreat to.  But, lo and behold, their back – pushing their three-pronged slogan, to cover their nihilistic intentions.  So I thought it would be appropriate to de-code key elements of their platform:

Diversity:  Is the cover used to demand the rewards of an organization, without sharing its values and goals.

Inclusion:  Is the cover used to ignore, or mitigate inappropriate, destructive, and values dissonant behavior.  It provides a rationale for tolerating unacceptable behavior by attributing it to a cultural origin.

Equity:  Is the cover used to demand the resources and rewards of an organization, without doing the requisite work to deserve it. It most often manifests itself in inappropriate demands for more money than hasn’t been earned, or power and control without experience and wisdom.

What do you think? Let’s talk! ~ Morrie

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4 Responses

  1. Morrie,
    The last thing the world needs is more name calling. Isn’t there a more constructive way to share your experience and wisdom? You could really make a difference!

    1. Thanks for the feedback. Sorry that it struck you so negatively. The difference between name-calling and a hard critique is that the latter is a product of my experience with slogan-hustlers who inhabit BLM and do untold damage to the very fabric of our culture. I’ve seen D.I.E. implemented and it has done nothing but tear businesses and communities apart. It is a fraud; it’s intellectually dishonest, and it employs manipulative strategies to ripe people off. Hope this clarifies where I’m coming from.

    1. Really appreciate your feedback. It’s very gratifying to hear from someone who “gets me.” Anything I can do for you, don’t hesitate to let me know. Take care. Morrie

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