Elie Mystal: Make No Mistake, The Supreme Court Will Kill Affirmative Action

Affirmative action is about to go down.

The Nation:

“The Supreme Court started the process of officially dismantling affirmative action in college admissions on Monday as it heard two cases attacking the policy. The cases were brought by the Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA), a group that claims to represent the interests of Asian American and Pacific Islander students who claim they were discriminated against by race-conscious admissions policies at the University of North Carolina and Harvard University. …

The eventual ruling, which will come down sometime before the end of June, will be a victory for white conservatives who have worked tirelessly to make college admissions a little easier for mediocre white children, but it won’t actually help the AAPI students who claim they are discriminated against in college admissions. I know that because the specific concerns of that community hardly even came up during the marathon five hours of Supreme Court oral argument. …”

It will be a big win.

The bigger win though is that people like this have lost their halo. Jumping up and down and stomping their feet and spilling tears about “racism” and “white supremacy” is becoming less and less effective.


    • Elie is all of 44 years old. That he has taken such poor care of himself speaks poorly of him. Being gainfully employed as a Wal-Mart greeter or counter person at McDonald’s would do wonders toward his dropping a couple hundred pounds.

  1. “It’s not like they (The Supreme Court) actually disagreed with the arguments in favor of affirmative action, they simply pretended the arguments didn’t exist.”

    Affirmative Action is emblematic of a host of edicts and laws which, correllary to the rise of Jewish power in this country in the middle of the previous century, fly in the face of this country’s founding.

    As such, there exists no argument that can be made on their behalf, except that they exist for those of The Ruling Elite who wish to perpetuate them so as to have justification to interfere with our society at it’s most minute levels.

  2. I’m not as optimistic.

    For two reasons:

    (1) I don’t think Clarence Thomas is going to want to pull up from behind him the same ladder on which he himself climbed to the top

    (2) Harvard is principally involved, so many Federal judges are Harvard Law alumni, and the general truth that Harvard always seems to get what it wants

  3. Very little will change. They’ll all just have a meeting and give the program a new name and a new gimmick. Constructive effect will remain the same.

  4. If I were black I would be against affirmative action because it means you’re too stupid to keep up with Whites in academia and in the work force so we have to lower the standards so you can keep up.

  5. When you discriminate in favour of one group you are discriminating against another.

    The very idea of preventing highly intelligent people from attending a top flight university, in favour of low IQ types who would ordinarily never make the cut, must be regarded as societal suicide. No wonder the jews pushed this.

    Death to ZOG

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