Nominating a Black Nationalist

White supremacy is endemic to the U.S. Supreme Court.  Virtually all white justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, at the very least, have been white nationalists or, at worst, white supremacists.  The former included Chief Justice John Marshall. The latter included Chief Justice Roger Tan       ey.  First and foremost, they were philosophers.

Since virtually all leading blacks are unaware of legal history, no black-oriented organization has ever demanded that a black nationalist should sit on the U.S. Supreme Court even though a justice, under Article III of the Constitution, does not have to be an attorney.  What you don’t know can kill you.  Ignorance of the law is no excuse for blacks in 2016.

Every racially-identifiable group should have a litmus test for the selection of justices to the U.S. Supreme Court.  For descendants of enslaved Africans, there should be a “needs test.” Blacks have had to dwell in perdition eternally. In the case of selecting a replacement for Justice Antonin Scalia, Presidential Barack Obama should reason by analogy and employ the “doctrine of stare decisis.”

The misuse of the Second Amendment is important to maintaining white supremacy.  Its “Bible” can be found in Scott v. Sandford, 19 How. (60 U.S.) 393 (1857).  Black, Asian and Latino police officers who use the Second Amendment are not automatically immune from criminal prosecutions.  They are members of historically-oppressed groups.  Only whites benefit from a timocracy.

Chief Justice Roger Taney not only penned Dred Scott but he also penned Lord v. Veazie, 49 U.S. 251 (1850) which carved out the use of a “test case.”  This device was employed in Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537 (1896) which affirmed that there was no exception or loophole to the “one drop rule.”

After Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. 98 (2000), leading professors of law, history and political science were asked to evaluate justices of the Supreme Court. Taney fell within the “great” category. Other “greats” of the U.S. Supreme Court included Oliver Wendell Holmes, John Marshall and Louis D. Brandeis.

No black selected official nor a leading black should be considered as qualified to lead blacks without a thorough and profound knowledge of HELP (History Ethics Logic Philosophy).  HELP constitutes the four corners of white supremacy.  HELP is synonymous with “original intent.”  Justice Scalia was an anchor.

Blacks who oppose repatriation can ill-afford not to advocate for a black nationalist on the U.S. Supreme Court.  White supremacists are seeking to reverse the destination of the United States. For them, this country is now a “nation of immigrants.”  President Lyndon B. Johnson put a “poison pill” in the Voting Rights Act of 1965.  It was the Immigration Act of 1965.

This lack of resistance is our fault.  The white man is bilingual.  He only speaks “legalese” and “military science.”  In each instance, a demand must be accompanied by an “or else” pursuant to the teachings of Frederick Douglass; To give a plain meaning to his directive, I added “or else.”  Blacks must say what they mean and mean what they say.  This is the only way to get the white man’s attention.

After watching the struggle for justice in New York, after1973, which was led by Rev. Herbert Daughtry, attorneys Louis Clayton Jones and Michael Warren asked me to assist them in representing the estate of Michael Stewart.  Michael Stewart, a purported graffiti artist, who was confused about geography.  He died in Manhattan.  New York City was “up South.”

Transit police officers observed Stewart kissing a white woman.  This was a racial taboo even in Manhattan in 1984.  The word was derived from Captain James Cook.  Stewart had trespassed on the “color line.”  He had to pay for it with his life.  See Emmett Till.  It was the first time that police officers in Manhattan had been indicted and prosecuted for  murdering a black person.  Blacks refused to intervene as a “class.”

This racial taboo was still in effect in the Central Park jogger case in 1987.  A “black knight” had to square off against a “white knight.”  The black knight won despite the lack of black, financial support.  Justice Scalia sided with Donald Trump in Stanford v Kentucky, 492 U.S. 361 (1989).

People v. Anthony Davis would define my legal career.  Davis was the first student in the history of New York City to be charged with “murdering” his high school teacher.  The UFT was a special interest group.  Concerned ministers from Brooklyn wanted justice but they had no war chest.  They were also unaware of “legalese” and “military science.”  After two prosecutions, Davis was exonerated.

These concerned ministers needed a pro bono lawyer but a pro bono lawyer was in short supply in New York.  I was obviously the only person, in New York, who knew that the Establishment was waging a “War on Blacks.”  If Maddox had been “deaf, dumb and blind,” he could have become a judicial officer.

Throughout my career as a pro bono lawyer, no one in New York ever gave me a dime.  Blacks were unwilling to finance their liberation. When the IRS came after me for successfully representing Jonah Perry pro bono, I had to secure a substantial loan to defray a tax lien of NCBL.  The notion of quid pro quo was never a part of New York slavery.  New York enshrined Maddox under 22 NYCRR 520.16. This is the “Maddox rule.”

Chief Justice Earl Warren had already launched a rights consciousness movement starting with the landmark case of Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U.S. 483 (1954).  Maddox took his cue from the Warren Court.  It started withStewart and it would continue in Howard Beach.  By Mother’s Day 1987, the Washington Post had named Alton H. Maddox, Jr. “Mr. Civil Rights in the Courtroom.”

His peers in New York had other names for him.  Bob Law of “Night Talk” on WWRL-AM would dub him “attorney at war.”  Utrice Leid of “Leid Story” would refer to him as the “people’s attorney general.”  Maddox, as a “black nationalist” like Malcolm X, had gone too far.  The Appellate Division: Second Judicial Department on May 21, 1990 sentenced him to a civil death.

With all of the turmoil and turbulence in the United States today, “grown children” are unable to retain “social engineers” for black organizations even when tenants are freezing in New York.  These “children” are in need of supervision themselves. They abandon their own children at birth. This is white paternalism.

The U.S. Supreme Court has never been a true friend of descendants of enslaved Africans.  No decision of the “High Court” has ever delivered pure justice to blacks.  Most decisions of the “High Court” have been delivered with “strings.”   Some of these decisions have been delivered with “ropes.” See state-sponsored terrorism in the United States.

An example is Bates v. State Bar of Arizona 433 U.S. 350 (1977).  Associate Justice William H. Rehnquist, as a clerk to Justice Robert H. Jackson, wrote a memorandum favoring the continued enforcement of the “separate but equal” doctrine. President Richard Nixon had appointed him to the “High Court” in 1986.  President Ronald Reagan replaced Rehnquist with Scalia.

Through Bates, Rehnquist ushered in the $ilver Rites Movement.  It would make a mockery out of the Civil Rights Movement and it made civil rights attorneys obsolete.  With blacks refusing to raise funds for a war chest, $ilver rites attorneys have used a victimized class of people to extort “hush money” from deep pockets for personally aggrieved families and subsequently projecting those victims as “leaders.”  The $ilver Rites Movement makes a mockery out of the sacrificial efforts of the Civil Rights Movement.

“Can’t” is not in Maddox’s vocabulary.  The use of “can’t” is equivalent to allowing a biased prosecutor to prosecute a black defendant.  Maddox has always believed that anything and everything was possible.  This was also the basis for his success in the legal profession. In reality, it meant that Maddox had to engage in solo operations against well-organized law firms.

In August 17, 1915, Jews recognized that the United States was a hostile workplace without a “Jewish” seat on the “High Court.”  Afterwards, white supremacists had a hands-off policy in lynching Jews.  On the other hand, the Supreme Court has never acted as a deterrent to state-sponsored terrorism of blacks.  Accordingly, Justice Scalia was a white supremacist.  His writings amounted to obstructions of justice.

White supremacists intend to continue the legacy of elevating states’ rights over federalism by treating President Obama as a “boy.”  White supremacists are unable to embrace the teachings of the “Iroquois Confederacy” whole hog.  “Stolen Legacy” has its limits.  C.L.R. James is a witness in “Stolen Legacy.”  “Our Story” is unable to be sustained without a perennial legacy.

This essay should initiate a resistance movement to the continued legacy of Chief Justice Taney.  The U.S. Supreme Movement has been the pivotal institution in oppressing descendants of enslaved Africans.  The continued legacy of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing should incorporate her teachings on “white supremacy.”  This is “Black History Month.”  This demand should start tonight.  Blacks need an immediate legal and political workshop.

 

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