The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is coming under fire for hosting a compulsory â€śCultural Sensitivity Trainingâ€ť program that required some intriguing participation of those in attendance. In addition to being implored to bang on tables, everyone in the room was instructed to chant, in unison, â€śThe pilgrims were illegal aliens.â€ť
But thatâ€™s not the full extent of the curious elements surrounding the session, as the lead trainer also joked that he doesnâ€™t like the word â€śminoritiesâ€ť and that he prefers to replace it with â€śemerging majorities.â€ť
After nine months of waiting for the government to release the video content, clips of the three-hour session were published this week by Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group. It was on May 18, 2012, that the organization first made a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to secure the footage....
nice one, USDA. were hired through american tax dollars to protect our farmers and make sure our foods were safe. given us gm grains, and allowed the swat teams of our family farms to continue on unchecked, M's aspartame from ecoli fecal matter (its not natural but it comes from nature, with a happy cow picture), hormones to increase milk supply of cows that went into an entire generation -- which causes early onset of puberty.
your lab animals become sterilized on gm foods.
we live now in the 21st century folks. back in the day when pasteur was around, they thought rats could be spontaneously created in sewers.
the public is way past that point now.
in fact, many have learned about DNA and microbiology, and actually know that pasteur's beer was created because of yeast -- a biological process, not just chemical.
we actually know that people used raw milk for centuries, fermented it with live culture (yogurt) and did well.
and that it is the chemicaled food that is making people sick. really, the world is figuring this out.
I would suggest a look up of Weston Price.
I mean, this is all that's left when reason is out the door --- segmenting and dividing the population and calling that sensitivity.
I can guarantee you there many native Americans who wished their ancestors had more effective immigration control!
It should be noted that Pilgrims and native Americans worked at keeping good relations, more so than other groups in the U.S. Just ask the native Americans in Mexico and the Carribean, well the latter you can't ask, because there aren't any, now.