The Anti-White Regime in Action in Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The U.S. government has filed a lawsuit alleging New Berlin city officials caved to pressure from their largely white community by deciding not to build low-income housing that could attract more black families.The government is deliberately attempting to inflict conditions that will bring about the physical destruction of a White community in Wisconsin.
The very first reader comment on the story offers forthright support for that community:
Kevin wrote on Jun 25, 2011 9:27 AM:The very next reader comment is a weasel-worded anti-White response:
" Its Their lives, their town, their 'pursuit of happiness'. The government has not right to tell these people who they should think, how they should live. I hope they stand up and resist this invasion. "
Red Rock wrote on Jun 27, 2011 1:24 AM:Red Rock thinks it's OK to destroy a White community in Wisconsin today because, when you get down to what's really important, they remind him how much he hates blond-haired blue-eyed people no matter when or where they are.
" That's right Kevin! You go! For example, if the town has designs on only blue-eyed and blond haired residents that are Protestants, then that is their riight! Oh, wait. Wasn't that tried in the 1940's in Germany? Nevermind. On second thought Kevin, you're all wrong on this one. "
For more details and another anti-White view see Racism's Ugly Face in Wisconsin, Courthouse News Service, by Lisa Buchmeier, 23 June 2011:
MILWAUKEE (CN) - Housing developers say the mayor of New Berlin buckled to racist pressure and shut down an affordable housing project. To "save his political career," the builders say, the mayor, who is not racist himself, truckled to community fears that affordable housing would draw minorities to the city, which is 93.3 percent white.
At one meeting, a member of the public commented, "If being against low-income housing makes me a racist and a bigot, then I guess I am a racist and a bigot," according to the complaint.Four days later Buchmeier followed up with Feds Take on Racism in Wisconsin:
The developers say the bigotry stems from "the perceived lower socio-economic status of many minority group members and because of the demographic disparity between Waukesha County ... and neighboring Milwaukee County."
After changing his vote, Chiovatero wrote an open letter to all residents: "In 2010, when the Section 42 Workforce housing came to public attention, it was clear that the nearby residents did not want this project to go forward. In support of the residents, I have since researched a means to halt the project. I am committed to focusing on what suitable options are available. The City Staff and I have found justification for discontinuing the project and will now be focusing on alternatives."The clear intent and effect of the government subsidizing and ultimately imposing the construction of "affordable housing" - a dishonest code-word everyone knows means disproportionately non-White housing - in a majority White community is to inflict conditions that will bring about the physical destruction of that community, in whole or in part. This destruction is being imposed over the explicit, earnest objections of community members who have expressed legitimate, reasonable fears. The government is aided and abetted by media reports blithely pathologizing and demonizing those who oppose this destruction.
But the plaintiff United States of America says that New Berlin's "application of its zoning and land use laws have the intent and effect of discriminating against prospective black tenants and residents of New Berlin."
Here's another report. U.S. accuses New Berlin of racial bias in housing decision, Journal Sentinel, 23 June 2011:
From the start, some objectors expressed concern that prospective tenants would be African-Americans or other minorities and used racially derogatory terms to refer to them, or implied racial bias as the reason for objecting to the development, according to the complaint.Finally, here's an article that sheds some light on the government's history of imposing non-White housing in White neighborhoods in the Milwaukee area. South Milwaukee, developer settle apartment bias issue, Journal Sentinel, 27 June 2011:
The complaint cites correspondence that mentioned "white flight," crime, drugs, slums, gangs, families with 10 or 15 kids, needing "to get a gun," not wanting New Berlin to turn into Milwaukee, moving to New Berlin "to get away from the poor people," not wanting to provide housing to people "who work but do not live here." Some writers also used racially derogatory terms for African-Americans.
New Berlin, a city of about 39,000, is 95% white, according to the lawsuit.
In 1992, developers bought land at what is now 3344 Marina Road with the intent of building the apartments, some of which would serve lower income and disabled residents.Earlier in the same article we find the sad precendent and likely outcome for New Berlin:
The following year, after citizen opposition mounted, the city imposed a moratorium on building permits for Lake Bluff and then rezoned the land from multifamily to single-family housing.
In 1994, a Milwaukee County circuit judge ordered the city to issue building permits for Lake Bluff. By 1995, construction was complete and residents had moved in.
But in November 1995, the state Supreme Court ruled in the city's favor, saying the judge's order on the building permits should not have been issued.
Nearly five years later, in June 2000, the city won another court ruling, ordering the developer to tear down the two Lake Bluff buildings.
The long-running South Milwaukee dispute once saw the city attempting to raze the Lake Bluff Apartments complex, which includes affordable housing. About one-third of the complex's residents have been minorities. The city's population was 1% black by the 2000 census.In the predominant narrative of the anti-White regime non-Whites are presented as innocent victims who are just looking for a better life for themselves. Whites who could just as easily be seen in such a positive light are instead regularly depicted as greedy, selfish, ignorant and evil. De facto segregation is presented as a problem, with compulsory government-imposed integration as the solution. The anti-White nature of the regime is confirmed by the casual sinister, cynical regard aimed specifically at Whites and which is dominant among the perpetrators and apologists in positions of power and authority in government, law and media.
In July 2009, a federal jury found that razing the property would have a disproportionate effect on minority and disabled residents and would be in violation of the federal Fair Housing Act.
South Milwaukee officials had said they sought to raze the buildings because it violated the city's zoning, and not with the purpose of discriminating. The parties have been negotiating for more than a year, with U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman mediating.
Provisions of the settlement, according to lawyers, include:
The two buildings of Lake Bluff, at 3344 Marina Road, will not be torn down, and the complex will continue its mix of 25 affordable-housing units and 31 market-rate units until 2025.
Keep this in mind the next time you hear someone who hates Whites moralizing about White "bigotry" and "racism": no matter how many people oppose it, segregation isn't genocide, and no matter how many people support it, compulsory integration is.
(The image is taken from New Berlin City Council meets for first since federal gov. filed lawsuit, Gamut News, 29 June 2011. Embedded on that page is a video of local Fox News affliate coverage.)