• Paul Andrew Mitchell

    When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Dred Scott v. Sandford that it had no authority to amend the Constitution, that ruling was and still is correct. The U.S. Constitution can only be amended pursuant to the provisions of Article V. Moreover, the Congress is bound by standing decisions of the high Court. In that case, it held that removing apartheid from the Law required a proper constitutional amendment. Nevertheless, Congress attempted to circumvent that holding when it enacted the 1866 Civil Rights Act, effectively creating a second class of “federal citizens” a/k/a “citizens of the United States” (small “c”). The term “United States” in that second class could NOT refer to the several States of the Union without violating the Supreme Court’s holding; therefore, “United States” there must refer to Congress when it is legislating in its capacity as the local Legislature for D.C., Federal Territories and Possessions, and all other enclaves like military bases. Bottom line: Congress raped blacks freed by the Thirteenth Amendment, when it failed to propose the correct amendment, and maneuvered blacks into accepting the status of D.C “subjects” i.e. subject to the MUNICIPAL jurisdiction of the Federal government. The Correct Amendment reads: “The status of Citizen of one of the United States of America shall not be denied or abridged by the United States, or by any State, on account of race. The so-called Fourteenth Amendment is hereby repealed with prejudice.” You can thank the Radical Republicans like Thaddeus Stevens for creating immense confusion and duplicity throughout Federal laws, right up to the present.

  • Vox

    A young black child axes his momma: “Momma watz a dee-mok-crow-see?”. Momma answers “well chile wen da wyt foaks goes ta wirk n getz dae munee sum of dat munee goz tu da blak foaks so blak foak gitz rentz n fud n sell fone n a caw n sheeit.” “Momma watz if da wyt foak dunt wuntz tu giv dae munee” “well chile datz cawed ray-sizm”

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