Profiling the New Year

I’d like to wish a happy and safe New Years to everyone. In accordance with annual tradition, my wife and I will spend the evening celebrating on the streets of Camden, New Jersey. That prompted a search for nearby lodging, preferably at a Hilton family property.

I sought a Hilton specifically due to that chain’s deep commitment to racial profiling. As this article celebrates, Hilton was just named the best workplace for diversity. Fortune magazine called their performance “extraordinary across all demographics, including ethnic and racial identity, gender, age, disability status, and sexual orientation.” This is important since I very much dislike checking into an establishment without the opportunity for having gay interracial sex.

At any rate, Hilton’s vice president of global diversity and inclusion, Jon Muñoz boasted recently that Diversity is embedded in our DNA. It’s important for us to reflect the communities where we live and work. We’re in the people business, so it’s important for us to be responsive to our guests, our team members, and our communities. Obviously a hotelier must be responsive to his guest’s diversity needs, and heterosexual whites simply don’t accomplish that. For instance, do you think someone who looks like this would know anything about the hotel business?

Conrad Hilton

Anyway, I began thinking about how content Mr. Munoz must feel in knowing that over 90% of the world’s population is diverse, thus presenting only a narrow slice of humanity that must be shunned according to sound corporate ethics. With such surplus of choice, it is almost no surprise that Hilton has profiled so capably. Specifically, “of Hilton’s more than 55,500 U.S. employees, 69 percent are racial or ethnic minorities, 53 percent are women, 5 percent identify as LBGTQ, and 4 percent have a disability.” 69% minority is extremely impressive. Simple linear extrapolation says Hilton could reach terminal diversity within a decade. Just slightly behind Botswana.

But obviously 69 is less than 100 and so much work remains. To that end, Hilton has created Team Member Resource Groups (TMRGs). These racially profiled privilege groups “include those for African Americans, the LBGTQ community, Latinos, women, veterans, people with disabilities, and others.” Well, not all others, you understand. But all the others who matter.

Like Sanjeev Udhnani, for example. Mr. Udhnani “grew up in south Florida, where he enjoyed living in a diverse and vibrant community. His father was born in India and his mother, who is also Indian, was born and raised in the Philippines.” There’s only a billion Indians, so we’ve definitely identified a minority. “When he started at Hilton about a year-and-a-half ago, he found a support group right away. ‘I joined the Asian Pacific Islander TMRG and I learned about a mentorship program that placed analysts in the API community with members of senior management.’” See, that sort of mentorship is important for the 69% of your company that may not enjoy special opportunities like not having a privileged racial advocacy group.

The point being that Hilton is deeply committed to conspicuous racial profiling. It is, as they say, in their DNA. So it looks like I’ll just cross the river tonight to stay in the Philadelphia Doubletree. That’s because at least I know they are taking a firm stand against racial profiling.

Yes, Hilton absolutely will not tolerate racial profiling by employees who are not VPs of Global Diversity. Two recently terminated racists learned that the hard way this week.

The link is to another in the year-long series of white insubordination articles that the left began peddling in earnest sometime around last spring. Each features whites allegedly racial profiling blacks by calling the police on them. And that is something that can have a dire impact on one’s life prospects. Thus the proliferation of outrage articles. The intent of which is to condition whites, via the adverse stimulus of career ruination and public shaming, to accept their hierarchical station in the social sediment. You are expected to pay for institutions and infrastructure, but never use them to inhibit the appetites of POCs. I have little doubt the relentless campaign is having its intended effect. People learn incentives quickly, and for these former Hilton employees even job-loss was insufficient punishment for their insolence. The media wanted permanent scalps.

Jacob Benjamin, the hotel’s general manager, did not immediately return HuffPost’s request for the employees’ full names.

Perhaps Huffpost is seeking to fill an open diversity officer position.

As we conclude another year in this long Western Rite of Ashura, it reminds me how strange and exotic it must all seem to one ignorant of its intricacies. Racial Profiling exists as both angel and demon, to be exalted and condemned simultaneously. Perhaps the worst sin of all being situational ignorance of which is required when. I almost feel admiration for the suppleness of mind required to both brag and rage over the same principle. Men are certainly adaptable creatures. You’ll find they are most adaptable in pursuit of their interests.

That’s where men like Jon Munoz and Sanjeev Udhnan enjoy a pleasant symbiosis with multi-millionaire corporate boards. One wants to profit at the expense of their middle class peers from the labor and consumption of seven billion minorities, and the other are the seven billion minorities looking for a life-station leap-frog. The nexus of their mutual self-interests is a holy and moral position indeed. This position requires a certain acquired subordination from those who do not benefit. That’s what we have HR departments and HuffPost to provide.

But all this will hold for 2019. Tonight I’m celebrating at the Philadelphia Doubletree. It might be best to leave my phone in the room.


22 thoughts on “Profiling the New Year

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  3. It appears obvious to the casual observer that Hilton’s employees are not parsimonious nor niggardly taking advantage of those who might not qualify as gender fluid or skin tone statistical anomalies in some HR gal’s or zer’s spreadsheet.

    Pity. It t’was once a fine collection of reliable abode for those who traveled.

  4. Indian medical student kicked out of college by racist white professors for questioning their SJW beliefs

    Kieran Ravi Bhattacharya was a medical student at the University of Virginia and he has been kicked out after having questioned his white college professor’s SJW beliefs.

    Here is the audio of the lecture where he questioned his professor’s SJW beliefs:

    He speaks from 28:45 to 34:00

    Here is the audio of the suspension hearing:

    Here is a picture of the people who were at the suspension hearing:

    Notice how 14 out of the 16 people at that suspension hearing are white people. If this is not an act of racism against a sincere indian medical student, then I don’t know what is. Look at their smug arrogant faces as they kick him out for DARING to question their SJW beliefs.

    His twitter is if you want to ask him questions or set up an interview with him

    Already the media is beginning to cover it:

    It has been discussed endlessly on Reddit, 4chan, and various message boards. This is THE next big story. So if you run this story on your blog, it will serve to draw a lot of traffic to your blog as well. The story will expose the truth about how our univerisites are SJW and communist indoctrination centers.

  5. Wouldn’t be surprised if the Hilton is committed to diversity like the NFL, a whole lot of diversity at cornerback and maid service, much less so at upper management. But shhhh….

  6. What I want to know is how much does this “diversity” (racial profiling in PC terms) add to the cost of a stay in one of their rooms? It’s in the overhead as a budget line, so it adds to the cost of the room.

    • Nah. They get subsidized by the gubmint for fulfilling a vital social function. After all, where the dindus are, there be the gibs.

  7. Dronefish’s barb is well-taken. A person may well self-identify as an asshole, and it’s unclear, given the parameters presented to the modern Euro-descended male, why this variant of normalcy continues to be discriminated against. The cis-nice, with their treacly normative “politeness” and “kindness,” are merely amplifying outmoded patterns of human interaction. Every “good morning” and “have a nice day microagress against the Asshole. Assholes have always faced hostility from the cis-nice, and it’s past time the trans-nice, victims of institutionalized courteousness are treated with fairness.

  8. “Racial Profiling exists as both angel and demon, to be exalted and condemned simultaneously. Perhaps the worst sin of all being situational ignorance of which is required when.”
    A sin usually ascribed to the perpetually malevolent white devil, while racial profiling applied by one POC against a differing POC must remain unremarkable and unremarked. For example, it is deeply impolite to notice how little Koreans and blacks care for each other, yet their animosities remain beyond the purview of whitey.

    • Squatemalans of all stripes can’t stand the blacks, in Tacofornia whole neighborhoods are ethnically cleansed of them, with nary a peep from respectable news outlets. On occasion they’ll remark upon it, but it quickly drops down the memory hole, drowned out by the constant bbq becky stories

  9. Conrad Hilton looks a lot like Enoch Powell.

    As the saying goes, Great men look alike …

    Part of Hilton’s mythology, or at least as portrayed in Mad Men, is that he was a goofball, for instance wanting his hotels on the moon.

  10. Anyone planning on spending much time in Camden will do well to heed the advice on staying alive “when you’re food”, of the dissident right satellite personality James LaFond. He has a number of books and podcast appearances such as on Myth of the 20th Century.

  11. “Racial Profiling exists as both angel and demon, to be exalted and condemned simultaneously. Perhaps the worst sin of all being situational ignorance of which is required when. I almost feel admiration for the suppleness of mind required to both brag and rage over the same principle. Men are certainly adaptable creatures. You’ll find they are most adaptable in pursuit of their interests. ”

    Porter, it’s almost Shakespearean in clarity and simplicity. Damn.

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