The Civil Rights Constitution By Chris Knight
Recent US supreme court decisions have indicated that the constitution of old has now been replaced by a new civil rights constitution, primarily anti-white and ingrained into law students, who go out in the wide world to sow its seeds of destruction:
“Recent disastrous decisions by our “conservative” U.S. Supreme Court shows that, if Ann Coulter’s Adios America! was the most important book of the 2016 election, Christopher Caldwell’s The Age of Entitlement is the most important book of the 2020 cycle. He argues that the new constitution effectively created by the misnamed Civil Rights Act has displaced the old Constitution that the Framers gave us. Now it appears the “conservative movement” is submitting to this Cultural Marxist revolution. There’s nothing left to “conserve.” Americans need to take a more proactive strategy to safeguard our liberties. Thanks to immigration policy, nonwhites are now the majority of Americans under age 16 [Census shows white decline, nonwhite majority among youngest, by Mike Schneider, Associated Press, June 25, 2020]. The Supreme Court is apparently making decisions establishing the new legal order for this emerging Third World America. “Law is whatever is boldly asserted and plausibly maintained,” said Aaron Burr. It’s hard to believe SCOTUS made its two recent decisions in good faith. It seems far more likely that a majority in each case envisioned the outcome they wanted in advance and then reasoned backwards.
In the first decision, the Main Stream Media is reporting that the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects homosexuals and transsexuals [Supreme Court Delivers Major Victory To LGBTQ Employees, by Nina Totenberg, NPR, June 15, 2020]. This doesn’t quite cover it. The decision, written by President Trump Supreme Court appointee Neil Gorsuch, admitted that those who wrote the Civil Rights Act “might not have anticipated their work would lead to this particular result.” Nonetheless, Gorsuch and the majority decided that “sex” did cover transgenders. “Only the written word is the law,” he thundered, “and all persons are entitled to its benefit.” Yet “sex” has been redefined from a biological reality into a social construct dependent on a person’s feelings and self-determined “identity.” As we know from the constant lawsuits against Christian businesses by liberal activists, this simply opens the door for professional victims to seek out “discrimination” and file lawsuits. A Washington Post hack smirked that the Christian conservatives “still wield an extraordinary degree of power” that “won’t last,” even as he simultaneously pretended that religious groups would be able to win exceptions so they wouldn’t be forced to betray their beliefs [Why the religious right is so freaked out by the Supreme Court’s LGBTQ ruling, by Paul Waldman, June 16, 2020]. However, if the Supreme Court can simply reinterpret the meaning of words based on current context, it means that prior decisions, legislation, and even the Bill of Rights can simply be handwaved away.
This is especially ominous at a time when powerful people make serious claims that property destruction is not violence [In Defense of Destroying Property, by R.H. Lossin, The Nation, June 10, 2020]. In contrast, they declare Politically Incorrect speech is violence [‘Words are violence’ is the slogan of tyranny, by David Harsanyi, New York Post, June 21, 2020]. While American cities are gripped by continuing anarchy, the State Department has actually released a report claiming, on the basis of a few isolated incidents, that “white supremacist terrorism” is a “serious challenge for the global community” [Country Reports on Terrorism 2019, U.S. Department of State, 2019]. It simply remains for speech that the powerful don’t like to be redefined “terrorism” and First Amendment protections will be removed. Nothing can be taken for granted. The very concept of law is swept away if words can just mean whatever Leftists want them to. The second decision had less sweeping constitutional implications but was more directly offensive to immigration patriots. Led by “conservative” Chief Justice John Roberts, the Supreme Court ruled that President Trump could not use an Executive Order to undo Barack Obama’s DACA Executive Order Amnesty. The rationale for this was utterly bizarre. Roberts wrote that the Administration needed to explore other options, such as allowing illegals to remain in the country while not allowing them to receive benefits.
In his decision, Roberts built an elaborate imaginary maze that the Administration failed to travel through. The Acting Secretary of Homeland Security should have “considered a broader renewal period,” or “more accommodating termination dates,” or weighed the “reliance interests” of DACA recipients against “competing policy concerns” [Department of Homeland Security Et Al. v. Regents of the University of California Et. Al., October Term 2019, p. 26]. By not doing this, the Trump Administration violated the “Administrative Procedure Act” and thus could not revoke an Executive Order that the Court itself admitted is illegal. This is anarcho-tyranny in its worst form. The Court simply invents a procedure that an Administration must follow to revoke a possibly illegal Executive Order and then faults the Executive Branch for not following it. It’s demanding the Administration anticipate the Court’s own thought exercises for hypothetical policies before it can make any decision. This essentially means our entire system of government is backwards, because now the Court is claiming that the policy process should start with the justices. The Court didn’t rule DACA was legal, it simply ruled that the Trump Administration’s method for undoing it was illegal. Of course, as the Dissent notes, this means that every president has a motive to assert new and possibly illegal Executive Orders, because future presidents will be tied down in legislation.”
Civil war, or total chaos; we had better hope that civil war, the least dangerous path is taken, and soon.