In an Adobe® PDF® manual I found on their website which reads like a how-to manual for a takeover of the US and was comically entitled "A Civil Rights Guide for a Prosperous America", the authors use a combination of peer pressure, overt manipulation, and detailed instruction in order to teach the reader how to bring about the demise of America by choking our court system to death with frivolous "civil rights" litigation.
Group·think - grüp-thi[ng]k A pattern of thought characterized by self-deception, forced maufacture of consent, and conformity to group values and ethics Merriam Webster's Online Dictionary
One look at the forces that are uniting to dissolve our borders, and it is crystal clear that our biggest threat comes --not from international terrorism-- but from the tactics used by so-called “civil rights” organizations, such as the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
This organization is --quite literally-- the Enemy Within masquerading as a nonprofit organization.
In an Adobe® PDF® manual I found on their website which reads like a how-to manual for a takeover of the US which was comically entitled "A Civil Rights Guide for a Prosperous America", the authors use a combination of peer pressure, overt manipulation, and detailed instruction in order to teach the reader how to bring about the demise of America by choking our court system to death with frivolous "civil rights" litigation.
LULAC's stated policy objective is to end discrimination particularly against Hispanics in the areas of education, employment, law enforcement, lending, and so on. This is a noble goal; a no-brainer, right? WRONG!
PERCEPTION; A MENTAL IMAGE
While admitting that factors such as high Hispanic dropout rates, lack of Hispanic student participation in extracurricular activities, shortage of “multiethnic” textbooks, and lack of participation by Hispanic parents are all perceptions in the Hispanic community; rather than address the perceptions with those who hold them (incorrectly I must add), LULAC proposes to address those concerns first by starting with the teacher, and if that doesn't work, threatening your way all the way to federal court if necessary, in order to right a perceived wrong.
In other words, Jose's parents won't come to his PTA meetings because they don't understand English...But that's your problem, they'll see you in court.
There is no constitutional right for anyone to have bilingual textbooks or PTA interpreters, and yet, in LULAC's judgment, because they don't have these things, there is a disparity that must be addressed in the courts.
Their position on employment is very simple: Full support of affirmative action. In addition, it is their mission to educate ignorant Americans that "numerical goals" concerning affirmative action aren't "quotas". They also believe that situations of their own making --such as when wages stagnate due to saturation of the labor market with unskilled immigrant labor-- constitute a glass ceiling, which also must be rectified by hook or by crook. And finally, It seems to LULAC that the simple fact that a Hispanic failed a typing test or a job interview is enough grounds for a disparate impact lawsuit.
Let's play devil's advocate. If, as is evident in LULAC's case, one is aware that the feelings they have are a perception, as opposed to reality, fact, evidence, etc., then wouldn't it stand to reason that LULAC should be attempting to validate those perceptions, or come up with some sort of evidence before filing a lawsuit? If I wanted to hire a lawyer to sue someone based on no more than a perception, I would be laughed out of that law firm, and yet LULAC has no reservations at all about bringing frivolous lawsuits.
As if that wasn't bad enough; in a battery of what LULAC refers to as “Perceptions Inventories”, they actually use groupthink to pressure Hispanics into believing that they have been discriminated against, much like telling a hypochondriac they've been inflicted with an illness.
The reader is instructed: "Based on...dialogue with community groups... Your response is expected to reflect your judgment about the Hispanic community's perception of disparity of treatment..."
They're telling people how they're expected to answer, and using pressure to do so. This is brainwashing; enemy proanganda, plain and simple. They can't really prove that they're being discriminated against, so they aim for the next best thing; a disparate treatment/disparate impact argument, even if the disparate treatment/impact is perceived, not real.
But by far, the most offensive thing that I found was when they discussed how to rectify these "problems". They actually had the cajones to instruct the reader when complaining to use the term "perception", "...so that you are not put in a position to prove anything".
Taking this argument to it's logical conclusion, one can only assume that LULAC's aim is to litigate us into oblivion. Why else would the publish a how-to manual?
It's not your problem if they don't assimilate, refuse to learn English, or don't have bilingual textbooks, and yet, if you don't succumb to their demands, they'll sue. This organization should have it's non-profit status revoked for their wholesale extortion of the American people.
Notes:  - A Civil Rights Guide For A Prosperous America - p. 21 #5)
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