posted on Jul, 17 2009 @ 04:53 PM
reply to post by skyeyes
Seems strange to me as well. But even if there is truth to it, here's what I think (from my post to the original thread):
Whites were not the only one's replaced. This aspect of the reported incident is glossed over. This could be to incite a race issue. It seems this is
more about wages than so-called "race." Less skilled or unskilled workers are often hired in order to pay them less. This happens all the time.
It's about cutting costs so the top dogs can stay rich. These workers are disparately minorities who by necessity are willing to work more, for
I would like to know if ALL those hired were non-White, or all minorities, and if so, were they ALL non-White minorities. Further, if they were all
non-White minorities, and they were hired to work for less, then that opens up the counter that economic disparity remains (deliberately and
systematically so) skewed against non-white minorities by design.
It seems to me that there is a lot of work ahead of anyone wishing to assert that this was a racial discrimination issue against Whites.