Friday, February 22, 2013

Additional USDA Video Excerpts Revealing Compulsory “Cultural Sensitivity Training” Program.


Additional USDA Video Excerpts Revealing Compulsory “Cultural Sensitivity Training” Program.(JW).
USDA Employees Told to Repeat Chant: “If we work for a federal agency, we’ve discriminated in the past.”

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released additional excerpts from United Stated Department of Agriculture (USDA) videos revealing a compulsory “Cultural Sensitivity Training” program where diversity awareness trainer and self-described “citizen of the world” Samuel Betances tells USDA employees to repeat the chant “If we work for a federal agency, we’ve discriminated in the past.” Betances also suggested to USDA employees that the United States “took over what used to be Mexico” and stated that schools are only interested in educating middle class children.

In previous excerpts uncovered by Judicial Watch, Betances instructs USDA employees to chant in unison “The pilgrims were illegal aliens” while being instructed to no longer use the word “minorities,” but to replace it with “emerging majorities.” FOIA documents released by Judicial Watch today reveal that the seminar was given to USDA employees at least 16 times last year and was designed to raise the “emotional intelligence” of the government attendees.

The sensitivity training sessions, described as “a huge expense,” by Betances during the presentation, were held on USDA premises. The diversity event is apparently part of what USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack described in a memo sent to all agency employees as “new era of Civil Rights” and “a broader effort towards cultural transformation at USDA.” In 2011 and 2012, the USDA paid Betances and his firm nearly $200,000 for their part in the “cultural transformation” program.

As reported by Fox News in October, 2012, Judicial Watch first broke the news of the USDA compulsory sensitivity training program based upon information it obtained in response to a FOIA request. That request was prompted by a tip from a USDA whistleblower.

Judicial Watch also previously uncovered information revealing that in April 2011, the USDA had treated 300 of its employees to a taxpayer-funded ‘tasty celebration’ of dishes from around the world, salsa dancing lessons from Vincent Loran, and a rap performance by a USDA employee who shared his feelings on human differences.Hmmmm.....Why does Chairman Mao's little red book come to my mind?Read the full story here.

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