26 March, 2009

Remembering the Brown Court Case

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Brown v. Board of Education, jewed culture, jewed law, Socrates, Supreme Court at 1:22 am | Permanent Link

The horrible Brown v. Board of Education ruling should be studied by all White people. Why? The Brown decision was not based on constitutional law. It was instead based on phony social and psychological arguments made by Jews such as Isador Chein and Otto Klineberg. (It was the latter who recommended Black psychologist Kenneth Clark for the Brown case). They argued that Blacks would suffer psychological harm if they didn’t attend public schools with Whites. Yeah, right – as if Blacks can think beyond fried chicken and sex. Almost every person involved with the Brown case was a Jew, including the woman who originally instigated it, Esther Swirk Brown [1]. In fact, “civil rights” could be called a “Jewish construct”:


[1] not related to the case’s Black lead plaintiff, Oliver Brown

  • 3 Responses to “Remembering the Brown Court Case”

    1. Tom McReen Says:

      Good work, Socrates.

    2. Lee Luttrell Says:

      The one thing that cannot be denied about this case is the lawsuits that it generated. The lawyers were lined-up outside the various state court houses before the ink was dry on the paper. This clearly shows a intent before the merits of the case was even presented. The entire judicial system was a pawn as were the people. This started the great American “social experiment” we now find ourselves living in.

    3. shabbos s. shabazz Says:

      Suers from the sewers.

      What is a jew lawyer’s favorite clothing?

      Law suit.