Now THIS is a really BIG piece of pretzel logic.
This is right up there with blaming rain on wet streets.
This explains perfectly why blacks are against gun control.
They consider violent crime to be a legitimate career choice, and consider armed citizens to be an OSHA violation.
subjectivistic egoism + ends justify the means = might makes right
Who agitated to get Barry in all those colleges???
So now she teaches law at University of Pennsylvania? Not for nothing is Penn called "the bottom of the Ivy League."
A perfect fit for Obama's and Rev. Wright's Black Liberation Theology. The founder of BLT, James H. Cone - who has cited Wright's church as the best example of a church founded on the vision of BLT - has written the following:
"All white men are responsible for white oppression."[ First 2 from Black Theology and Black Power by James H. Cone (1969) ]
"Violence may be the black mans expression, sometimes the only possible expression, of Christian love to the white oppressor."
"The goal of black theology is the destruction of everything white."
"It must stay in the black community and get down to the real issues at hand (cutting throats to use LeRoi Joness phrase)."
"The black experience is the feeling one has when attacking the enemy of black humanity by throwing a Molotov cocktail into a white-owned building and watching it go up in flames."
"The free person in America is the one who does not tolerate whiteness but fights against it, knowing that it is the source of human misery."
"To be a disciple of the black Christ is to become black with him. Looting, burning, or the destruction of white property are not primary concerns. Such matters can only be decided by the oppressed themselves who are seeking to develop their images of the black Christ. "
The more you read about Critical Race Theory, the more you understand why this is, indeed, a bomb shell. It explains why “Holder’s people” are excused for their crimes.
snip-”The Bell-Crenshaw effect began to snowball during the 1980s and 1990s as more and more African-American law professors saw a proven path to career security. Write about the Man, vet your articles to Bell, Crenshaw and company, and pay homage to the futility of it all. To their credit, some African-American law professors rejected the siren call of the pied pipers at Harvard and UCLA.”
Who else would hire a racist but a university?
This has me really upset. In the sense that, as I try to go about my daily activities, I can’t stop thinking about this woman and the effect of her ideas and policies. So much of this I already “knew,” in the sense that I was aware it happened, but had never seen it laid out so starkly, so unapologetically. Does she have any direct connection to Holder? (It explains all his actions and non-actions.) In the black community, the #1 “moral” value is “don’t snitch.” That seems to go along with her teachings, too. Almost everything that seems crazy, or unexplainable today, becomes crystal clear when viewed through the prism of Regina Austin.
So extreme is Professor Austin's insistence on the primacy of culture over law that she claims minority communities require an "alternative source of [legal] authority." [p.28]
Professor Austin's solution is to ensure that the privatization of wealth is "unraveled in a way that produces privatization or quasi-privatization for people who are the least well off." [p.28]
If Blacks are the center of the universe, then why do almost all Black political spokesmen base their beliefs on Voltaire, Rousseau, Hegel, Comte, and Marx?