Tuesday, 30 June 2009

SCOTUS sacks racial preference law

Black activists are hailing a US Supreme Court decision of which the likes of Pita Sharples and Willie Jackson should take note.  While these two morons were calling for preferential entry to university for unqualified Maori entrants, a group of black activists was taking to the Supreme Court a case that opposed all such race-based foolishness.

Speaking to the Supreme Court’s decision in Ricci v. DeStefano, which cascv, the members of the Project 21 black leadership network praised the result as “a step toward removing the racial trappings of a by-gone era and putting all Americans on equal footing.”

    ”It was clear to this Court that barring people from promotion because of the color of their skin is wrong. . .” said Project 21 chairman Mychal Massie. "True equality allows people to rise and fall on their merits. That's what this decision protects. How can one oppose such fairness?"

Beats me.  Try asking those two professional Maoris, Messrs Sharples and Jackson. 


  1. The obvious problem is, of course, that they are mixing up cause and effect with correlation, as always. They think that because people with a university education have better outcomes, then all they have to do is give people a university education and all will magically be ok. In reality, smart people tend to go to university and smart people tend to do well.

    You may as well say that because so many high income people live in nice houses, all you have to do is give low income people nice houses and their income will magically increase.

  2. And now I await the NZ news media to carry this story ...

    Altogether now, kids: Yeah, right.

  3. "Try asking those two professional Maoris, Messrs Sharples and Jackson."

    Try asking the racist current Supreme Court nominee who let the damn thing get as far as it did, or the damn cowardly officials who invalidated the test results because they didn't comport with their idiotic PC goals. Try asking the Progressives who have been pushing this nonsense at every major university over the past 40 years.

    The answer in each case will be the same.


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