He's not talking about some novelty case brought by a white guy saying that the system is anti-white (which credible lawyers are too smart to bring and federal judges are too cucked to grant). He's talking about a good old fashioned black-guy-claiming-racism case.
Exhibit 1: Plaintiff Speta's 801(d) Written Public Admission of Racism
Date: September 2nd, 2020 12:03 AM Author: Spectacular saffron house ape
Everyone is a little bit racist. We know this because there is a song called “Everyone’s A Little Bit Racist” and it is very cute. Also because most people score poorly on implicit association tests, because a lot of white people will get anxious if they see a black man on a deserted street late at night, and because if you prime people with traditionally white versus traditionally black names they will answer questions differently in psychology experiments. It is no shame to be racist as long as you admit that you are racist and you try your best to resist your racism. Everyone knows this.
Donald Sterling is racist. We know this because he made a racist comment in the privacy of his own home. As a result, he was fined $2.5 million, banned for life from an industry he’s been in for thirty-five years, banned from ever going to basketball games, forced to sell his property against his will, publicly condemned by everyone from the President of the United States on down, denounced in every media outlet from the national news to the Podunk Herald-Tribune, and got people all over the Internet gloating about how pleased they are that he will die soon. We know he deserved this, because people who argue he didn’t deserve this were also fired from their jobs. He deserved it because he was racist. Everyone knows this.
Everybody is racist.
And racist people deserve to lose everything they have and be hated by everyone.
This seems like it might present a problem. Unless of course you plan to be the person who gets to decide which racists lose everything and get hated by everyone, and which racists are okay for now as long as they never cross you in any way.
Sorry, there’s that paranoia again.
Someone will argue I am equivocating between two different uses of “racist”. To which I would respond that this is exactly the point. I don’t know if racism school dot tumblr dot com has a Rosetta Stone with Donald Sterling on the top and somebody taking the Implicit Association Test on the bottom. But I think there is a strain of the social justice movement which is very much about abusing this ability to tar people with extremely dangerous labels that they are not allowed to deny, in order to further their political goals.
Date: September 2nd, 2020 12:39 PM Author: purple theater stage
I actually just went through something like this. We had to take a survey about various racist and xenophobic beliefs, and then had a large Zoom therapy session about why the things we believed were so terrible. Then there was a "self identification exercise" where they forced people on video to either out themselves as Trump supporters or show everyone they agreed with BLM, antiracism, feminism, environmentalism etc.
Felt kind of like Scientology. The whole thing was recorded. Going to write up in another thread.
Date: September 2nd, 2020 5:51 PM Author: duck-like police squad
This makes complete sense, especially in a law school, as there is considerable precedent in the form of trial by ordeal. For example, in trial by fire the accused was made to walk 9 feet over red hot plow shares while carrying a red hot iron. If innocent, God would prevent the accused from being burned. Near 100% conviction rate, though in the liberal 9th Circuit of Coventry they would suspend judgement for 3 days to see if the wounds miraculously healed or festered. If the latter, execution followed.