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Black columnists howling as broke governments slash jobs.


Probably hundreds of thousands of Federal, state, county, and city jobs exist solely to increase the amount of jobs available. These “welfare jobs” cost the public billions, and often accomplish little. What’s more, many government jobs are filled with up to 50% blacks. Now the media is railing against these cuts and how it contributes to “high black unemployment.” Perhaps if such artificial black employment had not been created in the first place, we wouldn’t have this problem.

Below are some stats from 2006, highlighting the dramatic over-employment of blacks in the Federal Government. The government is the #2 largest employer of black women. Many state, county, and city governments have engaged in the same extreme affirmative action to create artificial black employment. This is particularly true among the black middle class. Some statistics have even showed that 50% of all black college grads work for the government.

Graphs and data from Adversity.net

CSOS (Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency) overhired blacks by 808% over their proportion in the civilian labor force.

GPO (U.S. Gov’t Printing Office) overhired blacks by 503% over their proportion in the civilian labor force.

PBGC (the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation) overhired blacks by 409% over their proportion in the civilian labor force.

HUD (U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development) overhired blacks by 363% over their proportion in the civilian labor force.

The Department of Education overhired blacks by 329% over their proportion in the civilian labor force.

And the U.S. Department of State overhired blacks by 231% over their proportion in the civilian labor force.

From FY 2001 through FY 2006 a net total of 48,033 new minority employees have been hired by the feds. During the same period there has been a net decrease of 3,960 white male employees in federal jobs.

Did you know? After the so called “civil rights movement” the percentage of black small business owners dramatically declined and have never recovered.