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July 9, 2015 -- Barack Obama will withhold federal funds from communities that fail to abide by strict new housing rules.

Julian Castro, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, announced the intrusion Wednesday in Chicago.

The intent is to eliminate white neighborhoods, forcing them to racially integrate.

• Cultural Marxists excuse the intrusion because segregated white neighborhoods provide community services to whites that are unavailable in black neighborhoods.

The objective of economic Marxism is the elimination of income disparities. Accusations of racism is an excuse to leverage the Marxist agenda.

• Readers should note the racism is virtually unknown in homogeneous nations such as Iceland and Cameroon.

Those of us who live in mostly white 'Jim Crow' neighborhoods can expect individuals such as those in the video below to become our new neighbors.

• Privileged progressive white liberals who live in the insulation of white neighborhoods while they complain of white privilege (bourgeois) may find themselves facing the stark realities of violent black crime in their neighborhoods as their isolation is disrupted by Obama's forced integration.

• In the video below you see a black mob attacking a lone young white man as he attempts to walk in a segregated black housing project.

In Marxist mythology such violent racist attacks consist of white mobs beating young black males. No one can actually document widespread unprovoked white-on-black attacks, but we all believe such crimes are part of our nation's sordid history. Hollywood has embedded white-on-black violence in our minds while the media ignores video documented racist attacks such as that seen below.

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The Obama administration announced an aggressive effort on Wednesday to reduce the racial segregation of residential neighborhoods. It unveiled a new requirement that cities and localities account for how they will use federal housing funds to reduce racial disparities, or face penalties if they fail.

The new rules are an effort to enforce the goals of the civil rights-era fair housing law that bans overt residential discrimination, but whose broader mandate for communities to actively foster integration has not been realized. They are part of President Obama’s attempt to address the racial imbalances and lack of opportunity that he says have contributed to unrest reminiscent of the turbulent 1960s in cities like Ferguson, Mo., and Baltimore, where African-Americans have clashed with police officers.

More affluent minorities have diversified many predominantly white neighborhoods in those cities, but the segregation of less-wealthy minority families remains entrenched. The new effort aims to encourage affordable housing development in more desirable neighborhoods, and to improve the housing stock in lower-income areas.

Civil rights groups celebrated the announcement as a long-overdue response to the persistence of segregation in an increasingly diverse nation. Hilary O. Shelton, the director of the N.A.A.C.P. Washington bureau, called it “a crucial step forward in advancing fair housing and discrimination protection.”

But it has caused a backlash among conservatives, who denounced it as another directive from Washington to communities they say have long suffered from ill-conceived government housing initiatives. Some congressional Republicans are moving to deny funding for its implementation. The changes also could prompt some governments to follow the example of Westchester County, which has foregone some federal funding because of its refusal to comply with fair housing regulations.

Julián Castro, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, said the measure should rise above politics, noting that both Democrats and Republicans supported the 1968 Fair Housing Act that undergirds it.

“A ZIP code should never prevent any person from reaching their aspirations,” Mr. Castro said in a conference call on Wednesday. While the 1968 law has always required communities to ensure equal opportunity in their neighborhoods, he added, “the fact is that federal efforts have often fallen short” when it came to enforcement.

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  1. Coming soon to your neighborhood The joys of diversity, doesn't it just make you want to puke?

  2. "The new effort aims to encourage affordable housing development in more desirable neighborhoods, and to improve the housing stock in lower-income areas."

    How is this a "new" effort? They've been doing this for the last 50 years. They keep running into the economic reality that desirable and affordable have an inversely proportional relationship with one another. Not to mention realities of human nature, culture and genetics.