Monday, February 6, 2012

ShocK! Bader Ginsburg Supports Eugenics, Collective Rights



Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg #brrr is as close to Adofl Hitler's sister as we're ever going to get. And she's sitting in judgement on the highest US court *shudders* applying a law we now know she detests. Bader Ginsburg was appointed by Bill Clinton, a move motivated by a policor consideration as ever there was one: hormonal secretion. She was the second female ever appointed to that high office.
The broader world got its first insight into the mind of Baden Ginsburg, when in an interview with the New York Times in the summer of 2009, talking about Roe v Wade (the 1973 ruling that legalised abortion), she blurted out:
"Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion."
*¿Qué?* Progressives and eugenics! #NEVER! As the article in the Telegraph is pointing out, as a matter of course the lamestream media didn't pick up on it and "the New York Times is so pompous, prickly, boring, self-regarding (...) and overwhelmingly liberal that it didn't even realise it had a story on its hands". Enter the Arab Spring!
In an Al-Hayat TV interview (above) RBG advises the Egyptians against emulating the US Constitution. She first condemns it as 'old' - the biggest lie ever perpetrated by the Left - as if truth is relative to time. It isn't. And then struggling with the paradox when she maligns her country as 'new' (as opposed to Arab Egypt that has been struggling with dictators ever since their hordes emerged from the Arabian desert).
But the point is, the US Constitution is an instrument that limits the power of the state and the government; it is therefore a nail in the coffin of every true statist. Hence RBG's emphasis on state granted, temporal Human Rights rather than inherent, inalienable Individual Rights.
Look for your constitution to South Africa or Canada, counsels the Wicked Witch of the West the democrat wannabe! Nice! In South Africa racism is endemic, while Canada has no First Amendment (freedom of speech) #MarkSteyn #'expresssion' trials
The Arab Spring has a long way to go before it discovers the recipe for freedom. If it is up to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg they never will! Such is the cynicism that moves the pOmo sub universe!
Update:
Incidentally the Egyptian junta SCAF is now holding 19 Arab Spring agitators hostage. These are operatives working under the cover of various NGOs.