Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor says “minorities can change the dialogue in this country.” They sure can! Just maybe not the way she expects

Sonia Sotomayor does not realize that the power she has now is only a result of tens of millions of Whites passively accepting Jewish, leftist, and non-white dominance. It is not her exercise of power, but our failure to exercise power out of inertia.

But Justice Sotomayor calls for more aggressive predation and parasitization of the hapless Whites. She doesn’t realize that it will reach a limit where Whites fanatically turn against her; the seed of White backlash has already sprouted and thriving, as a matter of fact. She is blind to it.

Justice Sotomayor: “I´m Very Optimistic About the Power of Minorities”—Is This Appropriate Public Talk for a Supreme Court Justice?
By Allan Wall on March 12, 2014 at 2:12am

I recall that—in my one and only visit to Washington, D.C., with a group of 4-H Club high schoolers visiting from Oklahoma — I was impressed with the Supreme Court building. There was something special about it. It had a certain dignity about it.

It would certainly be reassuring to think of the Supreme Court and its justices, in that building, as operating above the hurly-burly of rough and tumble politics while calmly reasoning their cases, basing their decisions on the U.S. Constitution and the Anglo-American legal tradition.

I know, dream on.

The current court, though, seems to have reached a new low. Listen to “Wise Latina” Sonia Sotomayor publicly gloat over minorities gaining power:

On Monday[March 10th), Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor stated that she believed that women and minorities had to crash the halls of power in order to “change the dialogue in this country.” She said that “money” was the obstacle to women and minorities having a say in government, adding, “we’re going to have to work the political system at the highest level.”

Sotomayor was speaking at the University of Washington, pushing her book, My Beloved Life. A student questioned if she was optimistic about the future of the country. She stated, “I’m very optimistic about the power of minorities to change the dialogue in this country.”

Before 1,200 students, Sotomayor also characterized the Supreme Court as “the most moral institution” in government. “The work you do the best is the work you love,” she explained. “The greatest contribution you can make is figuring out what you think is important to you, what kind of work will satisfy you, what kind of work will make you feel meaningful, what kind of work will make a contribution to improving something that you think is significant.”
It’s a merger of agressive identity politics with pop psychology.

Sotomayor then wandered into the crowd, where students took selfies with her.
That’s real dignified -“Here’s my selfie with a Supreme Court Justice.”

Sotomayor has routinely stated in speeches over the past 20 years, “I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would, more often than not, reach a better conclusion.”
Sotomayor: ‘I’m Very Optimistic About The Power of Minorities…’ Truth Revolt, March 11, 2014

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11 Responses to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor says “minorities can change the dialogue in this country.” They sure can! Just maybe not the way she expects

  1. PA says:

    The better to make the average person understand that America is something beautiful that died twenty-plus years ago. Kubler-Ross’s ‘acceptance’ stage means exactly that: letting go of the past and accepting a new reality we live in, and thinking/acting accordingly.

  2. Mr. Rational says:

    The “Wise Latina” doesn’t seem to realize that she can never be part of the peaceful, prosperous America-that-was, because she doesn’t have the attributes that created and maintained it.  All she has to offer is racial and sexual identity politics, which are antithetical to it.

    She’ll happily join in the looting spree, though.

  3. New England Millennial says:

    The JWO eats itself…

    http://www.infowars.com/obamacares-too-expensive-for-ya-cancel-your-cable-peasant/

    On March 6, 2014, President Obama conducted a town hall meeting with Spanish-language media regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. He was asked about the concerns of many Latinos that the law is simply too expensive. He suggested that some families may be spending too much on cable television or cell phones, and not enough on health insurance.

    People cutting their cable to pay for obamacare is only going help our message spread even faster.

  4. MrWhite says:

    White Power!

  5. Denise says:

    Will Whites wake up? Is so, will most of us every DO anything, in time?

  6. Europa Rex says:

    So really what she means here is that whitey will be overthrown by virtue of being less populous — changing the dialog is code for them dictating to us.

  7. Europa Rex says:

    By the way, Sotomayor needs to realize Whites have always been a minority on this planet, yet just 100 years ago Whites ruled nearly the entire world. This is one minority group, Justice Sotomayor, you don’t want to piss off.

  8. Johnny says:

    The Jwo may eat itself but that’s not slowing them down one bit rather to them it’s full steam ahead…next stop white genociede!

  9. Minorities can change the dialogue? What a laugher. Minorities care not a bit for “intellectual” things, like chess, history, the Constitution, etc. They’re incapable of real dialogue. Changing the dialogue is a code term for “you whites shut up and give us everything.” Screw them.

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