Here’s another one of those “Wow, who’d a thunk?” moments:

The Defense Department’s chief diversity equity and inclusion officer has a history of anti-white tweets.  Kelisa Wing is the DEI chief at Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA, which provides K-12 education to the DoD community in the U.S. and all over the world), also wrote books on ‘white privilege,’ defunding the police and BLM.

“I’m exhausted with these white folx in these [professional development] sessions.” Wing wrote in a July 2020 tweet, according to Fox News. This lady actually had the CAUdacity to say that black people can be racist too… I had to stop the session and give Karen the BUSINESS… [W]e are not the majority, we don’t have power.”

“Caudacity” is a slang term to describe “audacity” demonstrated by white people specifically in reference to ‘white privilege.’

Frankly, I think that any job title containing the words “diversity”, “equity” or “inclusion” should be labeled as what it really is:  “A Worthless Job For An Otherwise-Unqualified Black Person”.

By the way, Sister Kelisa:  Black people not only can be racist — see Jesse Jackson talking about “Hymietown”, and just about every other speech uttered by that equally-foul racist, Al Sharpton — but they are racist;  ask any Korean or Indian shopkeeper for examples.

Also:  racism doesn’t stem from power, you fucking moron, if you ever gave it a moment’s thought.  (“Thought?  Wut’s that White-ass shit?)  You’re just another of those bullshit artists parlaying their private grievances into a “career”.

And just on a point of order:  if it describes a sin committed by Whites, shouldn’t it be “waudacity”, if we’re going to invent words to convey a meaning?

By the way:  she looks exactly as you’d expect her to look.


  1. The latest iteration of The Little Mermaid, (a la Messrs Disney), is going to be black. I can’t remember Hans Christian Andersen’s description.

  2. The latest iteration of Marxism. The OG Marxists fractured their societies along class lines; their latter day descendants are using ethnicity to the same ends.

  3. The dictionary weenies changed the definition of racism several years ago to include this power nonsense due to ONE black woman’s complaint.

  4. I’m at a loss to describe what our EDI group does at the great rainbow corp where I work. Led by an angry, semi retarded black woman, it appears that all they accomplish is to craft webinars, presentations, and internal social media posts to make the young white women in cubes feel guilty.

    When I’ve asked colleagues around the world what they think of all this, they generally laugh and say they don’t pay any attention to it. This group has been around for a few years – like since right after George Floyd. Far as I can tell, they’ve done fuck-all to lift up or help out anyone. Just like BLM.

    The only thing I’ve seen them crow about was setting up an internship program for a native indian college in Canada. That’s it. An obscure tribe in the middle of nowhere that some fool claimed the kids were slaughtered and buried in a church yard, which turned out to be BS.

    This was crowed about by our soul sista EDI director as an achievement of some meaning to her, as she has native american blood in her bones, don’t you know. Of course she does. Anything to make a rapidly aging, dour black woman feel special.

  5. You need to stop catering.
    She is a “negro” and always will be.
    Her lifelong grief is that she will never be a Caucasian.

  6. a previous employer proudly advertised their Diversity, Inclusion, Equity (DIE) team and of course no whites need apply. So much for Diversity and Inclusion.

    you’re right, these DIE positions are just make work programs for Affirmative Discrimination, I mean Action.


  7. That individual is NOT, repeat NOT “black”.
    At most, one grandparent or one great-grandparent was negro.
    That is a mulatto.
    Verify percentages with a DNA panel.
    Coincidentally, I worked with a ‘Kelisa’.
    Her parents convinced her of her alleged Afrikan heritage.
    However, her DNA shows significant Keltic, with a light dusting of Moroccan.
    Holding her results, opening the manilla envelope, reading her results in the lunch-room while we shared a table, our group witnessed her transform from the perpetual oppressed disenfranchised under-privileged victim to a human worthy of the title.
    After Kelisa stopped ‘doing black’, she accelerated in her work, requesting and accepting responsibility beyond her position.
    And we benefited… she dumped all that goofy clothing, affected speech, and exaggerated gesticulating.
    That was also the last day for her three-inch finger-nails.

  8. I’ve been seeing versions of that “we can’t be racist, we don’t have power” line ever since the 1990’s, and EVERY TIME it was used to defend a black person who HAD power and abused it. Even if you’re too stupid to look at the actual situation and figure out who has power, Blacks haven’t lacked power since Obama was elected in 2008.

    Or have they stopped counting a half-Nigerian/half-hippy as black?

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