Skip to comments.Derrick Bell article edited by Elena Kagan in college says U.S. Constitution is the “original sin”
Posted on 03/12/2012 8:02:08 AM PDT by opentalk
So not only is Elena Kagan a conflict of interest in the ObamaCARE SCOTUS case, because she was Solicitor General for Obama while the bill was being past, but she also edited an article by Derrick Bell while at Harvard that makes clear that Critical Race Theory sees the U.S. Constitution as a form of original sin.
So not only is Kagan a conflict of interest in maybe the most important case ever to hit the Supreme Court, she is also anti-constitution that she is supposed to uphold and defend as SCOTUS judge. Great. From Breitbart:
In November 1985, the Harvard Law Review published an article by Derrick Bell that was a classic in the development of Critical Race Theory. The article was edited by then-student Elena Kagan, and was cited by Prof. Charles Ogletree in support of her nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Barack Obama in 2010.
The article makes clear that Critical Race Theory sees the U.S. Constitution as a form of original sina view later embraced by Obama as a state legislator, and reflected in his actions and appointments. The following is an excerpt from the non-fiction portion of the article; much of what follows is a fictional story that Bell intended as a parable of racial fantasy. (99 Harv. L. Rev. 4)
Just kidding. This is textbook behavior for Commies.
Can you hear me screaming? This is another bombshell that should be blasting over the airwaves and on the front page of every newspaper. We’ve lost this country big time to the Communists and Marxists who want to destroy it.
......As articles editor for the Harvard Law Review in 1985 Kagan helped shepherd into print a racially noxious story by a radical law professor and architect of Critical Race Studies, which is essentially "blame whitey" in legal vernacular.
...This was no literary fiction. It was the kind of story that would never get past Tina Brown at the New Yorker. What Derrick Bell, the author, was doing, observes legal scholar Arthur Austin, was "making broadside comments on the tyranny of white people." Austin, in an article, ranked Bell's fable one of the top 10 politically correct law review articles s of all time.
Bell's fiction was a way to circumvent law review standards.
Can you say IMPEACHMENT? This current crop of “Justices” needs to be overhauled wholesale. We have this on Kagan and we have Ginsberg stating that our Constitution is not the one she would use as a pattern for writing a Constitution.
So, does the “Wise Latina” believe this Critical Race Theory manure also?
...Incidentally, Kagan is not the only one of Obama's Supreme Court appointees who is thought to have more than a passing familiarity with Critical Race Theory.
The issue came up in legal circles during debate over the nomination of Justice Sonya Sotomayor, particularly with regard to her comments that a "wise Latina" might reach a "better conclusion" than a white male, and her ruling (later overruled) against white firefighters alleging discrimination in the Ricci case.
Regardless, Critical Race Theory is emerging as an important theme among some of President Obama's most important influences--and most important appointments.
Would this be the SAME Elena Kagan who committed a crime against the US Supreme Court by altering the content of a sworn statement from the AMA regarding partial birth abortion?
can you imagine if it were Clarence Thomas?
As it is...they’re already going after him just because his wife happens to have thoughts of her own.
So, according to Professor Bell, unless white people surrender political power and money to black people, *solely* because they are black, then they are racists.
Likewise, the *only* reason that black people in America are frequently unemployed, frequently incarcerated, frequently uneducated, and frequently live for generations solely on government largesse instead of from their own hard work, is because there is a super-secret agreement among white people, enshrined in the US constitution using racist code words that *appear* to say just the opposite.
Importantly, all of this applies only to black people, as this racism does not extend to Hispanics, Asians or others who seem to be little if at all hindered by such omnipotent perfidy.
Which proves his point completely.
exactly. At first I was less than impressed by the latest strategy from Breitbart.com....but this is unfolding in a very interesting way isn’t it?
Eric Holder told the House Appropriations subcommittee that the New Black Panther voter intimidation case demeans my people.
The Politico reported:
The Attorney General seemed to take personal offense at a comment Culberson read in which former Democratic activist Bartle Bull called the incident the most serious act of voter intimidation he had witnessed in his career.
Think about that, Holder said. When you compare what people endured in the South in the 60s to try to get the right to vote for African Americans, and to compare what people were subjected to there to what happened in Philadelphiawhich was inappropriate, certainly that to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line, who risked all, for my people, said Holder, who is black
Kagan’s racism was brought up during her nomination hearings. Senate republicans rolled over for fear of being called racists by Chris Matthews if they didn’t applaud Obama’s nomination.
We can pussy around with these scumbags till our cuddly little life turns to cinders, but the sooner we stuff the panthers AND Holder in a dumpster the better. You can’t bust a stone with a handful of Kleenex; it takes a big hammer and a mighty swing.
Newt would take this head on. The GOP is in a propaganda war, yet do not fight. Breitbart is giving great information to use in the 2012 election, the candidates should be broadcasting this, they have the airtime right now.
By this point it's pretty clear politicians don't go out on a limb with things like this.
It's up to the grassroots to find stuff like this and bring it to the public's attention until politicians can't avoid confronting it.
Maybe things should be different, but it's pretty clear that they aren't.
I’m sure if someone just faxes this info to ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR, MSNBC and the Home Shopping Network, they will all jump right in this story - unless of course Sarah Palin is giving a speech somewhere.
.. his post this week in the wake of Operation Fast and Furious, bringing the number of U.S. House members pushing for a change in Justice Department leadership to 109
Every day he is allowed to keep his job, he does more damage.
...The very same lawyer who has adamantly defended GITMO detainees, has now been appointed to one of the highest positions within the Department of Justice to oversee GITMO policy
The GOP leadership appears to be the problem
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