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Posted on 05/29/2019 7:55:54 AM PDT by Heartlander
Justice Clarence Thomas made history this week. He used a routine Supreme Court decision not to review an abortion law to force us to face the truth. An ugly truth, which our elites dont want to face. A stark truth, attested by documents and facts. An inconvenient truth, which belongs in the Memory Hole.
Margaret Sanger was a violent, passionate racist. Her whole crusade for birth control was fueled by racist contempt. Thats how it succeeded. That same sick passion drove her successors at Planned Parenthood in their fight for legal abortion.
Oh yes, and one of the reasons a white majority on the Supreme Court decided to legalize abortion was eugenic panic. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg admitted that, in a lucid moment:
Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we dont want to have too many of.
Abortion now kills black Americans at a much higher rate than white. More black kids get aborted than born in New York City, which proudly named a Square after Margaret Sanger, on the site of her old headquarters. Sanger called non-whites, and whites who werent from northern Europe, and others she considered inferior, human weeds. And what do we do with weeds, boys and girls?
We kill them.
In a passionate, detailed legal opinion studded with shocking quotes and appalling facts, Justice Thomas burned these facts forever into Americas public record. No longer do you have to look on lurid or angry pro-life websites to find this documentation. Its now on Westlaw, and part of Americas public legal history.
We should all be glad of that. Its not surprising that Thomas’s opinion outraged Justice Ginsburg. It ought to shame her. If she had a fully operational conscience.
Thomas’s opinion should wake up non-white Americans to the crass hypocrisy of their so-called allies. Of people who agonize about cultural appropriation on Cinco de Mayo, but smile when another abortion clinic opens its doors in the barrio. Of elites that claim to hate white privilege, but venerate Margaret Sanger, an old friend to Nazis and other vicious race cranks. A speaker at Ku Klux Klan rallies, who never repented her scorn for the poor, the weak, the defenseless.
Thomas also ventured a bold legal strategy. Its risky one, too. It would surprise me, in fact, if he even means it sincerely. Instead, I think we see him here being strategic, mischievous, even a bit Machiavellian in the most worthy of causes. Justice Thomas asked in his opinion whether legal abortion can really be constitutional, since it has racist origins and exerts a disparate impact on non-white Americans.
Roe pretends that science doesnt know and can never find out whether unborn children are human. Planned Parenthood v. Casey claims that morality itself is a murky, insoluble muddle, which American liberty deals with by shrugging, and asking each citizen to make it up as he goes along.
In asking that, Justice Thomas pulled what we might call a Gomez Addams. Remember how that half-mad, lovable aristocrat used to rev up his model trains to full steam, then crash them into each other?
Addams Family Video
Well, thats what the brilliant and principled Justice Thomas just set up with this opinion. (Go read it.) He has taken two leftist perversions of our Constitution, and set them up on a collision course.
The first is the blind obscurantism of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. Roe pretends that science doesnt know and can never find out whether unborn children are human. Planned Parenthood claims that morality itself is a murky, insoluble muddle, which American liberty deals with by shrugging, and asking each citizen to make it up as he goes along.
The second perversion is the Supreme Courts decades-long embrace of disparate impact as proof of discrimination. As the law stands, if a employer, or landlord, or other owner of a public accommodation imposes a standard thats objectively neutral, courts can order him to give it up if its outcome turns out to disadvantage members of protected classes. So if an accountancy firm had an IQ test where white people scored better its racist and illegal. Likewise physical tests for firefighters or soldiers that disadvantage women. This legal principle, too, is bankrupt. It makes nonsense of freedom of contract and association, penalizing people for actions where no discriminatory intent was even present. This is identity politics, masquerading as constitutional law.
Thanks to “disparate impact,” an opponent of Roe wouldn’t even need to prove that the justices who decided it intended to disproportionately cull the crop of black kids. Just the fact that the decision had that impact would render it … what’s the au courant word? Ah yes, “problematic.”
Both the obscurantism of Roe and the collectivism of disparate impact violate the natural law, which Thomas has always held as the foundation of American liberty. Both deserve to explode. Justice Thomas has connected the tracks and set them up to smash together at top speed. I like to think of him smiling, like Gomez, holding the detonator.
John Zmirak is a Senior Editor at The Stream, and author of numerous books, including The Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration.
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“Clarence Thomas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Margaret Sanger Walk Into a Segregated Bar ”
Bartender says...Get the **** out of here!
by the look of her bust, sanger was a black woman.
I’ve always been impressed by Clarence Thomas.
I was hoping for a direct punchline.
They walk into a bar, where Margaret cautions Ruth against having Clarence’s baby?
I don’t think Ruth is walking anywhere....
The Danger of Taking Back Repentance
The Prophet Jeremiah had many moments to speak to a people who had many, many issues ... to put it mildly.
One of these concerns a covenant that Zedekiah and the people had made concerning their Hebrew slaves that they’d been keeping and never letting them go in the proper season as they had been commanded to in Scripture.
But afterwards when they thought that they’d relief from the army of Babylon the leaders took back their former slaves, and took back their show of repentance, and so the Lord sent Jeremiah to them again, saying:
This is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: I made a covenant with your ancestors when I brought them out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery. I said, ‘Every seventh year each of you must free any fellow Hebrews who have sold themselves to you. After they have served you six years, you must let them go free. Your ancestors, however, did not listen to me or pay attention to me. Recently you repented and did what is right in my sight: Each of you proclaimed freedom to your own people. You even made a covenant before me in the house that bears my Name. But now you have turned around and profaned my name; each of you has taken back the male and female slaves you had set free to go where they wished. You have forced them to become your slaves again.
“Therefore this is what the Lord says: You have not obeyed me; you have not proclaimed freedom to your own people. So I now proclaim freedom for you, declares the Lordfreedom to fall by the sword, plague and famine. I will make you abhorrent to all the kingdoms of the earth. Those who have violated my covenant and have not fulfilled the terms of the covenant they made before me, I will treat like the calf they cut in two and then walked between its pieces. The leaders of Judah and Jerusalem, the court officials, the priests and all the people of the land who walked between the pieces of the calf, I will deliver into the hands of their enemies who want to kill them. Their dead bodies will become food for the birds and the wild animals.
“I will deliver Zedekiah king of Judah and his officials into the hands of their enemies who want to kill them, to the army of the king of Babylon, which has withdrawn from you. I am going to give the order, declares the Lord, and I will bring them back to this city. They will fight against it, take it and burn it down. And I will lay waste the towns of Judah so no one can live there.
This is what came to pass.
Make no mistake about it, like Jonah the leaders of the people understood that the Lord is gracious, forgiving ... and their actions show that they understood this principal and also that they abused it.
So why am I bringing this up?
Because our nation too is now playing around with repentance even as the Left for which there is no far Left too extreme for them mobilizes to basically prevent said repentance: abortion.
Can a bloody nation not expect to receive blood in turn from the Lord if their leaders, or at least the evil minded among them who rush to defend the murder of innocents, will not repent but continue in their lust to kill every child they can proverbially lay their hand on, if those leaders prevail?
Jeremiah proclaimed the “freedom” the leaders of Jerusalem had purchased with their treacherous behavior. Not just them but the people that they led too, they suffered as well.
Can some pro-abortion Left Wing judge’s hand be all that separates us from the same?
Repenting must be carried through.
If we, having started, do not press on to end abortion then the Lord may end the U.S.
It is not people who never knew about the Lord or his Gospel who are in danger of being turned over to reprobate minds per Romans 1:18-32 ... and we are seemingly seeing just that — something I would have thought of as an historical rarity just a decade ago exploding around us in our so-called culture. With so many acting just like you would expect reprobate people to act I’ve found myself wondering if this isn’t Romans 1:18-32 going on then WHAT will it look like when it finally is?
The bar must have been a lesbian bar which is way the demonic RBG and the demonic Marwhoret Sanger were admitted but the saintly Clarence Thomas was bounced.
Sanger was underhanded in her approach or maybe benignly stupid in her ideals but what I have noticed in my readings through the course of many years of trying to understand how abortion came to be in this country I have noted and...
I point out that Sanger did not Advocate destroying the youth in a public school system rife with revisionist history and the dumbing down a future generations.
It does not make sense on one hand that Sanger would advocate Thoroughbred children rather than a back lot Full Of Weeds and then turn around and Advocate the destruction of children’s minds during their formative years so that they are complete non functioning adults in a society which requires functioning adult participants.
The Marxist have appropriated the Sanger dialogue and tailored it to their needs in order to meet their Marxist goal of world domination.
Sanger will roast in hell for what she brought about, but her thoughts were extended beyond her grotesque fantasy and global societies have become a sad commentary to this push towards the abyss of humanity’s undoing.
> I was hoping for a direct punchline.
“Clarence Thomas, because Ginsburg and Sanger are dead.”
No, they are all kicked out.
That is the joke, whoever it is immediately gets kicked out.
Clarence Thomas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Margaret Sanger Walk Into a Segregated Bar... ..
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Too bad it was spoiled for me because Judge Smails told it after hearing it from the bishop (in an outtake not seen on screen). Just kidding.
About 25,000 people would demand I show them the link unless I said kidding. Whew.
I can say it involved a duck, a donkey and a crate load of watermelons in the back room of the bar, though. That much I can give you.
Did the article include his opinion or only talk about it. I read what I thought was most of it...disjointed screed that it was.
“Remember how that half-mad, lovable aristocrat used to rev up his model trains to full steam, then crash them into each other?”
To be honest, Gomez would blow up the trestle just before the trains collided, thus avoiding a collision.
Thomas, Ginsberg, and Sanger walk into a bar, Thomas tells the bartender “I’ll have a whisky - straight. Ginsberg says “pink lady, please.” Sanger says’ give me a Bloody Mary.”
An absolutely brilliant tactic on Justice Thomas’s part. I think I might use the “disparate impact” argument with liberals, if only to watch their heads explode.
I tried to post it to the insane FB world, as it deserves to be seen by the inmates. It was rejected immediately as offensive hate speech. Truth is rejected, lies are lapped up like cream in the crazy ladies cat farm.
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