U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE ANTONIN SCALIA EXPRESSES HIS OWN ‘WHITE SUPREMACIST’ OPINION IN A U.S. SUPREME COURT HEARING

Today I’m reading, “Justice Scalia Thinks Black Students Belong In ‘Slower-Track’ Schools”: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/antonin-scalia-black-students_5668804ae4b009377b236c70

In oral argument in the case “Fisher v. University of Texas, a contentious affirmative action case,” Justice Scalia made the following 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,” Scalia said, “as opposed to having them go to a less-advanced school … a slower-track school where they do well.”

“They (African American Students) come from lesser schools where they do not feel that … they’re being pushed ahead­­ in classes that are too fast for them,” Scalia said.

Personally, as a school teacher for almost all of my life, and having taught kids of every race, religion, and national heritage, I find Justice Scalia’s remarks ludicrous and outrageous.

JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS AND SCALIA

I’m wondering if Justice Scalia feels the same about his colleague on the court, African American U. S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, a graduate of Holy Cross University and Yale Law School; and make a note, I am not a fan of Justice Thomas. (Justice Thomas is no Justice Thurgood Marshal whom he replaced.)

For all of my life as a student as well as a teacher, I have felt that our White Supremacist Caucasian American Society has through discrimination, prevented ‘most’ African American students of great potential, the opportunity and education needed so that they could study and contribute to the well-being and improvement of our American society and humanity.

Needless to say, I have been a witness to this injustice; and I can say unequivocally that academic potential is not limited to White Supremacist Caucasian students.

Furthermore, I use the term “White Supremacist Caucasian” because it is a valid term, based upon my lifetime experience as a professional educator, in American Education.

And, I can only express my total disappointment in my American democratic Republic; I weep for America.

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