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"[T]he only good n[igger] is a dead n[igger] and they should hang you in the town square to prevent any other n[igger] from coming in the area."
-- July 18, 2011 Statement by Oakland Public Schools Police Chief Pete Sarna, referring to an African-American police officer.
John T. Noonan, Jr. is Professor Emeritus at University of California at Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law and senior judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Judge Noonan is a conservative, appointed to the 9th Circuit by President Reagan, largely because of a book he wrote back in the late 1970's criticizing the Supreme Court's abortion decision.
Corrupt Justice Noonan was a Professor of Law at UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law at the time of his appointment to the Federal Court. The Regents have provided Corrupt Justice Noonan an office free of charge since his appointment to the Federal Court.
Beginning with the University of California Board of Regents' decision to abolish "racially balanced" admissions on July 20, 1995, a number of regents and businessmen drafted Prop 209 and won placement on the November 1996 ballot.
On November 27, 2006 Judge Thelton Henderson (USDC Northern Cal.) issued a restraining order prohibiting the enforcement of Prop 209. On April 14, 1997, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (which includes Judge Noonan) ruled that the CCRI (Prop. 209) was constitutional and the injunction had to cease. John T. Noonan and his "esteemed" colleagues upheld proposition 209, sponsored by former UC Regent Ward Connerly (an ardent and nationally known "uncle tom").
The decision to uphold the law excluding African-Americans from the University of California was put forth by Circuit Judges Diarmuid F. O'SCANNLAIN, Edward LEAVY and Andrew J. KLEINFELD. However, this is a common ploy by UC Regent Judges to avoid public scrutiny. There exists more than a casual connnection between these judges and the UC Regents. See Judge Leavy's Connection to U.S. Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Yoo from the Office of Legal Counsel (on leave from University of California, Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law)
Here are the results of Judge Noonan's (and his colleagues) racist actions:
In 1995 the racial composition of UC Berkeley was:
Asian Americans represented 40.9% of the entering class,
Whites represented 32.8%;
Hispanics represented 17.1%;
African Americans represented 7.2% of enrollees; and
American Indians represented 2% of the entering class.
In 1998-1999 the racial composition at UC Berkeley was as follows:
The Asian American population at UC Berkeley rose from 41% of total undergraduate enrollment during the 1998-99 academic year to 45.2% for the 1999-2000 school year, putting it even with UCLA for the title of top Asian American University. Whites are 34.7% of UCB's total undergraduate student population of 22,705. Also enrolled are 8,642 graduate students, bringing UCB's total student population to 31,347. See ASIANS OUTNUMBER WHITES IN ALL UC.
The share of UC-Berkeley freshmen who were Asian American rose from 37.30 percent in 1995 to 43.57 percent in 2000 and to 46.59 percent in 2005, and Asian-American enrollments experienced similarly large jumps at the university's Los Angeles and San Diego campuses.
Compare these facts to the Iraq war casualties:
IRAQ: U.S. DEATHS BY ETHNICITY
Asian - Total Deaths = 64 - Percentage of total U.S. Casualties: 1.55%
Black or African American - Total Deaths = 396 - Percentage of total U.S. Casualties: 9.56%
Hispanic or Latino - Total Deaths = 442 - Percentage of total U.S. Casualties: 10.67%
Multiple races, pending, or unknown - Total Deaths = 59 - Percentage of total U.S. Casualties: 1.42%
White - Total Deaths = 3092 - Percentage of total U.S. Casualties: 74.65%
Last update from the DoD: Thursday, August 28, 2008
Movie Intermission! Loose Change 9/11:
An American Coup! (2009)
An American Coup! (2009)
Description: The American people continue to live in the aftermath of 9/11. This film serves as a fundamental call to action which is fueled by hope that those affected by 9/11 will soon receive the answers that they have sought after for nearly a decade. © 2009 Collective Minds Media Company