Archive for the 'race-mixing laws' Category

23 April, 2017

Posted by Socrates in Diversity, diversity is hate, Fourteenth Amendment, jewed culture, jewed media, miscegenation, miscegenation's monsters, mixed-race people/mystery meat, mulattoes, multiculturalism, nation-building/nation-wrecking, race, race and health, race-mixing, race-mixing laws, Socrates at 2:02 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: the late mixed-race singer Bob Marley; he was bullied as a child due to his odd ethnicity). It’s portrayed in the media and Hollywood as being really hip and cool: being of mixed race (very often White/Black, but sometimes White/other or even White/other/other) [1]. But the truth is quite the opposite. People of mixed […]

18 March, 2010

Posted by Socrates in double standards, Israel, Israel - the facts, Jewish 'experts', Jewish 'science', miscegenation, race, Race Denial, race-mixing, race-mixing laws, Socrates at 5:55 pm | Permanent Link

Census Worker: “We need to know your race.” Citizen: “I thought ‘race doesn’t matter.’” [1] Census Worker: “It doesn’t!” Citizen: “Then why do you have race questions on the census form?” [Article]. [1] a leader in the “race doesn’t matter” movement was the Jewish “race expert” Otto Klineberg, who wrote: ‚ÄúThere is no race but […]

17 October, 2009

Posted by Socrates in ACLU, General Decline, genocide by jew, genocide of White culture, jewed culture, jewed law, miscegenation, race, race-mixing, race-mixing laws, Socrates, Supreme Court at 1:21 am | Permanent Link

How not surprising that the ACLU got involved. This matter is directly related to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1967 Loving v. Virginia ruling: [Article]. More: [Here].

6 May, 2008

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", egalitarianism, Fourteenth Amendment, jewed culture, jewed law, race, race-mixing laws, Socrates at 7:15 pm | Permanent Link

The infamous U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Loving v. Virginia, banned laws that prohibited interracial marriage. Of significance is that two Jewish lawyers aided the Lovings in their legal fight [1]. Also of significance is that the Loving ruling was based on the 14th Amendment, which wasn’t ratified properly, therefore, the court’s ruling is legally invalid: […]