The Browning of America
by Ben Vinyard
12 May 2004
This is the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education. White Revolution will be sponsoring a demonstration on May 15th near the Monroe Elementary School National Historic Site in Topeka, Kansas. Brown v. Board of Education was the key to the Civil Rights movement and the core to the apple of our dissatisfaction. To allow this event to pass by and not to protest, to allow it to proceed without voicing our dissent, to separate the Supreme Court's decision from the devastating effect it has had on our youth, on our culture and on our educational system would be like trying to separate the apple from the core without breaking the skin. The Brown decision overturned the separate but equal doctrine set down in Plessy v. Ferguson. In Plessy Justice Billings Brown delivered the opinion of the court:
"We consider the underlying fallacy of the plaintiff's argument to consist in the assumption that the enforced separation of the two races stamps the colored race with a badge of inferiority. If this be so, it is not by reason of anything found in the act, but solely because the colored race chooses to put that construction upon it. The argument necessarily assumes that if, as has been more than once the case, and is not unlikely to be so again, the colored race should become the dominant power in the state legislature, and should enact a law in precisely similar terms, it would thereby relegate the white race to an inferior position. We imagine that the white race, at least, would not acquiesce in this assumption. The argument also assumes that social prejudices may be overcome by legislation, and that equal rights cannot be secured to the negro except by an enforced commingling of the two races. We cannot accept this proposition. If the two races are to meet upon terms of social equality, it must be the result of natural affinities, a mutual appreciation of each other's merits and a voluntary consent of individuals.
"Legislation is powerless to eradicate racial instincts or to abolish distinctions based upon physical differences, and the attempt to do so can only result in accentuating the difficulties of the present situation. If the civil and political rights of both races be equal one cannot be inferior to the other civilly or politically. If one race be inferior to the other socially, the Constitution of the United States cannot put them upon the same plane."
There were eleven court cases in Kansas that served as a prelude to the historic Brown decision, from the 1881 Tinnon v. Board of Education of Ottawa to the most significant, the 1949 Webb v. School District No. 90. It is interesting to note that the plaintiffs Harvey Lewis Webb and Alfonso Eugene Webb, Jr., by their parents Alfonso Eugene Webb and Mary J. Webb, did not initiate the Webb case. Jewish grassroots organizer, fund-raiser and agitator Esther Swirk Brown was the person responsible for initiating the Webb case. However Webb v. School District No. 90 wasn't expressly about segregation, it was about equal facilities. What jewish agitator Swirk Brown was looking for was a legal challenge that would compel what Justice Billings Brown referred to as "an enforced commingling of the two races."
In the late 1940's Swirk Brown, along with the local NAACP chapter president, McKinley Burnett, and the local NAACP legal counsel laid out the framework for what would become the Brown case. The plan would be simple; all they needed were plaintiffs. The plaintiffs didn't seek out Swirk Brown. Swirk Brown sought out the plaintiffs for the purpose of a lawsuit. She worked with jewish groups to survey the Topeka schools for any instance that might be considered unequal. She persuaded the reluctant Reverend Oliver Brown, whose name appears in the court case, to allow the black lawyers Elisha Scott and his sons John and Charles Scott to file suit on his behalf; the same legal team Swirk Brown had gathered to take on Webb v. School District No. 90. The relentless Mrs. Brown even made hotel arrangements for the out-of-town NAACP attorneys. Ms. Constance Sawyer, whose father played a key role in the NAACP's plan to challenge segregation in the schools, remembers Esther Swirk Brown coming to Topeka to raise money for the challenge. Swirk Brown recruited members of the jewish community, such as Dr. Hugh Speer, to testify as expert witnesses. Speer, with a doctorate in education, became involved with the Brown v. Board of Education case through his contact with Esther Swirk Brown and the Kansas City Jewish Community Center. Speer was good friends with Sid Lawrence, the director of the Kansas City Jewish Community Center and the Kansas City Jewish Community Center helped to recruit other expert jewish witnesses.
We find this information from Wolzek's Terror Timeline, that not only did a jewess, Esther Swirk Brown, launch the landmark case, but that the legal team was made up almost entirely of jews. Wolzek quotes from the book Crusaders in the Courts: How a Dedicated Band of Lawyers Fought for the Civil Rights Revolution, written by jewish attorney Jack Greenberg: "Charles Black likes to point out that of the half-dozen white lawyers who signed the brief in Brown v. Board of Education he was the only non-jew." We also glean from page 127 of Greenberg's book, Crusaders in the Courts, that the writer of the first Brown lawsuit was the author, Jack Greenberg, and that the Brown brief for the Supreme Court appeal was also written by Jack Greenberg, and that "all of the approximately 6 signers of the brief were Jewish except one."
Jewish involvement in the legal proceedings wasn't merely limited to filing the original complaint or the Supreme Court appeal however. The American Jewish Congress and the heavily jewish-infested American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU, filed briefs of amici curiae supporting the appellants. I don't know much about the law and I don't understand legalspeak, so I looked up the term 'amicus curiae' in a legal dictionary. 'Amicus curiae' is Latin for friend of the court. It refers more specifically to persons asking permission to intervene in a case in which they are neither the plaintiff nor the defendant. Besides the American Jewish Congress and the ACLU asking permission to intervene in the case, briefs were also filed by John Ligtenberg and Selma M. Borchardt for the American Federation of Teachers and by Arthur J. Goldberg for the Congress of Industrial Organizations.
Why would a jewish housewife involve herself with the forced integration of blacks into White schools? Why would jewish lawyers become "crusaders in the courts?" Why would the American Jewish Congress ask permission to intervene in the case? Why would jewish lawyers for the ACLU, the American Federation of Teachers and the Congress of Industrial Organizations file briefs of amici curiae? Why would the jewish community use its resources to thrust blacks onto White schoolchildren at gunpoint?
Our critics, whether in the newspapers or on internet message boards, often ridicule us about "the jewish conspiracy." Many times they will use this phrase followed by an emoticon with rolling eyeballs. These enemies of our race attempt to portray us as the lunatic fringe playing an anti-semitic game of connect-the-dots. But it is not the conspiracy that creates the conflict in our society, it is the fact that jewish interests are diametrically opposed to Aryan interests. It's like if you have a rodent in the cupboard. The rodent may not have any intention of biting you or giving you rabies. He may not wish you any ill will or harm. His motivation may be simply to survive and provide sustenance for himself and his pack. Yet that doesn't change the fact that he's eating your breakfast cereal. It doesn't change the fact that he spreads filth and disease. The interests of the rat in the cupboard are diametrically opposed to the interests of the humans that inhabit that house, just as the interests of the jewish race are diametrically opposed to the interests of the Aryan race. The way to get the rats out of the cupboard is with the spring-loaded action of a steel bar breaking their necks. Silly jews, Trix are for kids.
I'll give you an example of how a race acts in the interest of the collective, as it relates to Topeka. After the desegregation ruling and the Civil Rights era there was a massive White flight from the urban centers of America, or the places in cities and towns where interaction between the races was forced. Whites collectively abandoned their churches, their schools, their business districts and their cultural edifices. If you were to ask the Whites who moved you can bet your bottom Euro dollar that almost all of them would deny being racist. In fact they would most likely become irate if you were to suggest that they weren't as tolerant as the next guy. From the White point of view, there were no secret, clandestine meetings; no master plan to attract the blacks into the cities and then abandon them in a great real estate bait-and-switch conspiracy. However, from the black point of view, looking through watermelon-colored glasses, things may appear different. What the blacks witnessed were Whites packing their Gladstone bags in unison. The Whites acted in their own interests with unhesitant solidarity. As the blacks moved into their neighborhoods, Whites witnessed crime rates go up and property values go down. What the blacks witnessed were our asses as we were leaving town.
This White behavior was collective, it was cohesive and it was unified. But more importantly it was instinctive. The same thing can be said for jewish behavior. It is not necessarily so much conspiratorial as it is instinctive. The collective jewish involvement in immigration, desegregation, feminism, abortion, gay rights, the Federal Reserve, pornography, removing prayer from schools and the Ten Commandments from courthouses, gun control, hate-crime laws and everything destructive to our civilization is disproportional and not the result of a smoke-filled back-room master-minded scheme, but rather the result of jews' collective, instinctive, parasitic behavior. It is as it has been throughout time, as it was in Egypt, as it was in Greece, as it was in Rome: Aryans are the great civilization builders; jews are the great nation wreckers.
The aftermath of Brown v. Board of Education was tumultuous. Governor Orval Faubus of Arkansas sent out a call against tyranny, and tyranny responded by ordering 1,000 paratroopers and 10,000 National Guardsmen to Little Rock, where on September 25th, 1957, Little Rock Central High School was desegregated. Governor George Wallace threw the gauntlet at the feet of tyranny in Birmingham but Deputy Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach picked up the gauntlet by having the Alabama National Guard federalized and forced Governor Wallace to step aside. Today Mr. Katzenbach, retired, resides in a rich, lily-White New Jersey suburb, occasionally giving interviews in which he expresses pride in the destruction he visited on Whites without the means to escape the beast he helped loose.
By 1968, the courts were equating desegregation with the asinine legislation of forced busing. Judges across America began to order busing to integrate urban school systems in the name of racial equality. By the 1970s, every American had a television set in his living room and on an Autumn day in 1975 a shocked White America watched as 400 White Charlestown mothers, clutching rosary beads and reciting the Hail Mary, concerned for the safety, welfare and education of their children, marched up Bunker Street Hill and were tossed to the ground, attacked by police dogs and beaten bloody by police batons. Before desegregation, according to former Secretary of Education William Bennett in his book The Index of Leading Cultural Indicators, teachers listed the biggest problems that interfered with a child's education as talking without raising their hand, chewing gum, running in the halls, cutting in line, dress code infractions and not putting wastepaper in the wastebasket. After desegregation teachers listed the biggest problems as drug abuse, alcohol abuse, teen pregnancy, suicide, rape, robbery and assault.
On May 15th we intend to protest all that; a symbolic gesture for sure. I spoke on the phone with the organizer of the Topeka demonstration, White Revolution Chairman Billy Roper. He said, "You know, my passport expires next month and I thought about renewing it. I once thought that if I had to, if the pressure on me got too heavy, I could always leave the country. You know, there could be a new life for me in South America or Russia or somewhere. I could teach again to White kids, and have a relatively normal life. It was always an out available to me in the back of my mind, even though I've been told I could never go to certain countries such as the UK or Germany because of the free speech I had exercised while in this country. Well, I could go there, but I would probably be arrested as soon as I got off the plane, so why bother? Still, there's southern Brazil, Argentina, the Ukraine; it's a big world. Since then I've thought a lot about the sacrifices our White ancestors made to build this country. How they gave their blood and sweat and tears to carve from a wilderness, inhabited only by scattered bands of stone-age savages, the greatest country in the world. Generations of them are buried where we stand. I think then that we should not be moved. I think that America is worth standing and fighting for. I think I'm going to burn my passport."
A while back someone posted on the VNN Forum something about seeing race traitors in the mall. He wrote that he gave them the frowning of their lives. It was humorous because that describes our situation in a nutshell. Whites have become so impotent, we cower so much from confrontation, we are so afraid to speak out for what is right that the boldest act of courage we can muster is to give someone the frowning of their life. And really I think that most Whites are afraid to do even that. Instead of activism we take our frustration out on soda cans that we kick along the sidewalk. We have abused so many crushed cans of pop that the Pepsi Corporation is going to start filing hate-crime charges. The demonstration in Topeka on May 15th has already received international media coverage, from stories on the AP wire to articles in Newsweek to CNN having embedded photographers to Horizon Films making a documentary of the event. This demonstration has the potential to be the most important demonstration since the Civil Rights era, but only you can make it happen. There are no excuses. Brown v. Board of Education strikes at the very heart of our movement. An opportunity like this doesn't come knocking on our door every day. Your active participation is needed to help us spread our message and voice our dissent against the laws and policies of this government that are suicidal for our race. When Robert Matthews said, "Stand up like men!" he wasn't talking about being an anonymous poster on Internet message boards, and he wasn't talking about giving someone the frowning of their life. Stand up with us, like men, on May 15th. Stand up with us against the angry mob and damn the odds. If not, then you might as well go for a soda.
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