Sunday, December 20, 2015

Justice Anonin Scalia Racist Statements Reviewed by Black Commentator. By Geniusofdespair

A Black Commentator speaks about Scalia's racist remarks at affirmative action trial. This video is very funny at times (3:45) very poignant at others. This guy is great - he calls his Advise Show "Media with the Common Sense Approach". He says to Scalia: Retire go hang out with your grand kids.

Now be sure to watch the damn video. If you are in a rush watch from 5 minutes to end. If you do, I guarantee you will want to watch the rest. I LOVE THIS GUY!

Scalia brings back memories of 1956 Nobel Prize winner William Shockley. He said that people with IQ's below 100 should be sterilized and he thought the Government should pay them a bonus to get sterilized. That might include all the gun toting, tea party members today. Shockley was mostly focused on blacks at the time saying Blacks were genetically inferior. The average IQ in America is about 100.

This is an audio of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's remarks:

"There are those who contend that it does not benefit African-Americans to get them into the University of Texas where they do not do well, as opposed to having them go to a less-advanced school, a less -- a slower-track school where they do well," Scalia said, according to the transcript. "One of the briefs pointed out that most of the black scientists in this country don't come from schools like the University of Texas."


Anonymous said...

Scalia is such an embarrassment. The guy is right. He should retire. I like the commentator too. I had to smile watching him.

Anonymous said...

He actually said if you're a government official or a politician and you were born before 1970, you should go play with your grand kids - meaning if you were born before 1970, you're not progressive enough to cope in society.

Geniusofdespair said...

Heard it. Good to hear what other people are thinking isn't it?

Geniusofdespair said...

Actually he is complaining about stereotyping people and he does the same thing. I think he was mostly referring to people without open minds because younger people are more open to gender and race equality.

Anonymous said...

Well, this is what happens when people speak out of school.
The same argument could have been made in a race and gender neutral way.
Like: A student should enter a "talent and prepared for" level school. And nobody could say Booooo.

Funny how the old thinking persists. I used to believe after WW2 that fascists would eventually die out. Well, we learned different the last decades.

Anonymous said...

You know he was reading from a brief filed with the case, right?

Anonymous said...

I like it when he said a lot of people after the Civil Rights era got their "White Pass" real funny and true.

Anonymous said...

This guy speakiing is either illiterate or pandering to the illiterate.
Scalia's argument is the same one used against social promotions in public schools
If a student is admitted with a lower academic record than his peers (for race sex, Legacy whatever) the student is starting at a disadvantage and statistically speaking, not going to do well.

But let's not confuse the issue with facts.

Zwoman said...

But doesn't this woman bringing the lawsuit understand that higher education for women causes atrophy of the female organs and infertility. Good grief, women in top-tier universities are a travesty to womanhood, they do so much better at home and in the kitchen, cooking and making babies.