Feb 2013 AD
The Crime of Slavery
The legal premise of Affirmative Action is that reverse-discrimination is an acceptable form of judicial punishment for the crime of discrimination.
But how can you punish people for a crime who never committed the crime?
If I die and owe a huge debt, my children are not legally required to pay the debt.
No one in this country argues that the children enjoyed the benefits their parent gave them in spending all that money; therefore, the children should be forced for the rest of their lives to pay money, in order to recoup the expense of those Disney World vacations they were indulged with by their parents.
Sure, if I have money left in my estate when I die, then my estate is obliged to pay the debt, BEFORE my children get any inheritance, but the children cannot be directly required to pull money out of their own pockets to pay the legal or illegal debt incurred by their parents.
Same goes for crimes like murder. In Roman times, if you committed treason against Rome, your entire family was executed right alongside you, but in America, only the ones directly responsible for the crime can be executed.
Bill of Attainder law
Constitution walked over
Bill of Attainder is defined as a legislative act that singles out an individual or group for punishment without a trial.
Our Constitution absolutely prohibits such a thing in Article I, Section 9, paragraph 3 provides that: "No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law will be passed."
Surely white men have been singled out for punishment, and not a single one of them have had a trial.
Ex Post Facto Laws
is prohibited from passing ex post facto laws by clause 3 of Article I, Section 9 of the United States Constitution.
are prohibited from passing ex post facto laws by clause 1 of Article I, Section 10.
Meaning that no authority in the United States, Federal or State, can punish you for crimes which were legal when the action happened.
An ex post facto law, also called a retroactive law, is a law that retroactively changes the legal consequences (or status) of actions that were committed, or relationships that existed, before the enactment of the law.
Surely the Jim Crow Laws were States laws which legally allowed "Separate but Equal" facilities for blacks and whites.
Before that, slavery was legal at both the State and Federal level before the 13th Amendment.
The teenager applying to college today or the college graduate looking for his first job were all born long after the Jim Crow days ended and certainly was born after slavery became illegal.
Yet they are still the subject of the retroactive punishment in Affirmative Action laws.
So why has no lawyer in this country ever warned us that whites were being illegally punished for the LEGAL institution of slavery from generations past?
Yes, as repugnant as slavery was, our white ancestors NEVER did the CRIME of SLAVERY, because it was legal. So, why are we being punished with Affirmative Action today?
The arguments are that whites are enjoying the benefits of past discrimination, while blacks are still suffering now due to past discrimination.
But blacks are enjoying the benefits of centuries of European enlightenment and European discoveries and innovations, which they have not earned.
Have our blacks, now enjoying an unearned Affirmative Action ever paid out any benefits, to their white counterparts, for the modern society past white civilizations have given them?
Of course not!
Stanislav Mishin of joemiller.us
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