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The Jurisprudence of Floydism, part 2

The justices of the Washington state Supreme Court

by Douglas Mercer

MANY WILL RECALL THE lament that there are more Blacks in prison than college. But when the Black man knocks off a liquor store at gunpoint, what’s the store clerk going to do — hand the tar monster a Harvard application?

“Race and racial bias continue to matter in ways that are not fair, that do not advance legitimate public safety objectives, that produce disparities in the criminal justice system, and that undermine public confidence in our legal system,” the report said.

This is their one (false) idea and they grab on to it like Jew film producers grab starlets and page boys.

Chief Justice Steven González said “the court is not going out of its way to write about institutional racism, but rather is approaching cases cognizant of the role race has played and continues to play in the legal system and in America.”

González is a half-Jew masquerading as a White Mexican (who hates Whites, of course.) But instead of rounding up the chickens on Baja dirt farm (how degrading for someone of his chosen, “holy” blood that would be!), now he’s going to lecture us. And lie, of course — they are going out of their way to write about “racism.”

“We are not intentionally saying we’re going to write about race now,” González said. “We’re not color blind. We are not pretending that race doesn’t exist. I don’t believe that ignoring it is the right approach. I don’t think it’s going to make it better. I don’t think it’s an equitable way.”

Justices cite the court’s decades-old commissions on gender justice, racial minorities, and providing interpreters. They point to a court-created task force on race and justice from 2010, in the wake of comments from two former justices who said Black people have a crime problem.

“Former” being the operative word. These were two old White guys with their heads reasonably screwed on right, who told the truth. If their pictures still hang somewhere, you can be sure some ape-like Congoid will tear them down, douse them with gas and burn them as they chant unintelligible voodoo incantations.

Thursday’s ruling concludes that “we formally recognize what has always been true: In interactions with law enforcement, race and ethnicity matter. Therefore, courts must consider the race and ethnicity of the allegedly seized person as part of the totality of the circumstances,” the court opinion reads.

Must!

“For purposes of this analysis, an objective observer is aware that implicit, institutional, and unconscious biases, in addition to purposeful discrimination, have resulted in disproportionate police contacts, investigative seizures, and uses of force against Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC) in Washington,” the court opinion continues.

This is the writing on the wall. It’s scrawled in cholo graffiti and illiterate Ebonics, and with rainbow colors.

But it’s the writing on the wall.

The Washington State Supreme Court has ruled that one of the factors is your race and ethnicity — and the way people of certain racial or ethnic groups have historically been treated by law enforcement.

The only factor henceforth.

[T]he court’s decision has to do with how non-white people are scrutinized by police — and how that may make them feel as though they are not free to leave a conversation with a cop even if the officer hasn’t explicitly told them they’re detained.

Seems more likely that said Negroes did indeed do something criminal and heinous. and they know it — and so therefore they feel like they are detained. Whereas the vast majority of White people know they did nothing, and so have a free and guiltless mind.

Both sides in the case — The State of Washington and Pierce County prosecutors on one, and Sum and his attorney on the other — already agreed that race and ethnicity could be relevant to a seizure.

And that, sirs, was the ballgame. Even the state conceded the predicate, so the game was lost right then. Everything after that was footnotes.

In explaining that ruling, Yu referenced The Talk, a conversation that many parents of color have had with their kids about police for generations: Keep your hands where officers can see them. Don’t make sudden moves. Be polite, don’t argue and follow the officer’s order.

Oh yes, that famous “Talk.” Not the talk about how Blacks as a race have a huge crime and immoral behavior problem — a problem they must work to overcome. Really, it’s the talk wherein the Negro parents who haven’t abandoned their offspring tell them that the White man is evil and they should get revenge.

That talk.

“Heightened police scrutiny of the BIPOC community is certainly common enough to establish that race and ethnicity have at least some relevance to the question of whether a person was seized,” Yu wrote.

Doctors scrutinize pathogens, too. Because they know that pathogens need to be taken care of in order to protect our children and loved ones. The same goes for crime-stoppers and high-crime-rate “BIPOCs.” Damn right they should be scrutinized. Before he got on his Jew knees and apologized, Mike Bloomberg said the way to solve crime was to take a photo of a generic Black teen male, photocopy it, and send it out to the precincts.

“I would say first that police, legal advisors, city attorneys, county prosecutors, they’re going to be absorbing this ruling and thinking about how they advise their clients on changes they need to make in the field,” Pierce County Prosecutor spokesman Adam Faber said in an interview. “That will likely lead to changes in training at the academy and in departments.”

Yes indeed, this will send shockwaves into the bowels of the law, deep down into the interstitial space of law enforcement. It will have a chilling effect like we’ve never seen before. And the message will be: Don’t arrest a Negro.

In a statement, King County Department of Public Defense Director Anita Khandelwal lauded the court’s decision and said that “only reckoning with the realities of racialized policing can help society move toward a world where non-white people don’t need to fear police encounters.”

This Anita Khandelwal is an “Indian-American” (dot, not feather). She’s one of the wogs who have flooded into Washington State, but she decided not to code. Instead she wages war on the White man directly.

“Disproportionate policing, investigative seizures, and the use of force against BIPOC individuals have deeply harmed BIPOC communities,” Khandelwal said. “What’s noteworthy is the Court’s recognition of this reality. It’s not often that our clients have their truths lifted up in this way.”

What’s noteworthy is that we have Jew-empowered aliens running roughshod over Whites in the country the Whites built up from nothing.

Everything else is just footnotes.

(And if you want to talk about disproportionate policing, consider how law enforcement treats racially conscious Whites these days.)

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And so the Rubicon (or the Zambezi, really) has been crossed. It’s now black letter law all the way down. It’s no justice for White men. Soon, no country for White men.

Not too long ago, at something preposterously called the American Freedom Tour, they had the religiously-minded conservative speakers belch their words in front of a big sign reading “Time to Win Back America.” Which begs the question: How was it lost?

Answer:

  1. From 1890 to 1924 millions of Ostjuden migrated to America
  2. 1964 Civil Rights Act
  3. 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act.

Everything else is just footnotes.

“Today, we formally recognize what has always been true: In interactions with law enforcement, race and ethnicity matter,” Justice Mary Yu wrote for the unanimous court. “Therefore courts must consider the race and ethnicity of the allegedly seized person as part of the totality of the circumstances when deciding whether there was a seizure.”

Lock your doors, gentlemen. Lock up your daughters. And lock and load. This is Road Warrior coming your way.

“Centuries of violence and dehumanizing treatment of people of color have required BIPOC communities to develop survival strategies that demand over-compliance with law enforcement. For courts to continue to blind themselves to that reality when evaluating the freedom an individual would feel to unilaterally terminate a law enforcement contact is to further enshrine existing racial disparities into the legal system.”

Tortuous prose, but a death-dealing effect: Black people are now above the law.

“We have never stated that race and ethnicity cannot be relevant circumstances,” Justice Mary Yu wrote on behalf of the court in their ruling. “However, we have not explicitly held that in interactions with law enforcement, race and ethnicity matter. We do so today.”

This is not beating around the bush (behind which a Negro lurks), and they are not hedging their bets; and this is not “implicit Blackness.” No, this is a straight-up in-your-face assault.

This is a witches brew, and in this churning cauldron the bones of White men, women, and children boil.

This is the jurisprudence of Floydism.

“And that ruling in Sum’s case now sets precedent for all other cases in Washington State.”

All other cases. Black letter law, indeed.

Robert Chang, a law professor and director of the Korematsu Center for Law and Equality at Seattle University, pointed to the longer trajectory of the court, in citing significant changes toward racial equity, even if they happened before the court’s 2020 letter.

That Korematsu fellow, a sneaky Japanese invader, has a Court case named after him too. He lost the first round in 1944, but four decades later when America had gone soft in the head he finally won. That war was evil, but rounding up enemy aliens is never a bad idea.

It’s letting them loose in our society that is the problem.

The court’s ruling didn’t include any specifics from Sum’s case demonstrating how his race actually factored into the stop. Instead, the court found, Sum’s race was relevant by default due to legal precedent and the history of discrimination in the United States toward people of color.

Read that paragraph one more time. It will repay re-reading. They say there was no evidence whatsoever that Sum was detained due to race — none whatsoever. But America was “racist” in the past (Hell, yeah we were!) so Sum gets off. That’s the sum and substance of it. The fact that in the past the White man still had balls of steel will now be brandished as a weapon against us.

“America was racist in the past, so the Black perpetrator must go free.” That is their legal argument. It is not more complicated than that. These aren’t great legal minds; these are soldiers in a race war. And if you’re wondering how we lost our country, it’s simple: The Jews stole it while were sleeping.

Any questions?

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