America’s public schools have been corrupted. A generation of white American children has been destroyed, resulting in an inarticulate, functionally illiterate, mumbling youth who is probably on drugs and who is incapable of caring about what is happening to himself or to his nation. In these blackboard jungles, teachers are warned not to wear any jewelry or to carry any funds except lunch money, and never to go into the hall or to the restroom alone. This chaos was deliberately created by the Supreme Court decision of May 17, 1954 in favour of Brown vs. Board of Education, which ordered Federal forced racial integration of every school in the United States.
This decision not only has cost the American taxpayer more than one hundred billion dollars in added education costs but the social and economic chaos resulting from this decision has cast the American Republic down from its position of unchallenged world hegemony which it held in 1954, and in which it has been replaced by the Soviet Union. This, as we shall see, was no accident. Since the decision of Brown vs. Board of Education, Americans have been deluged with official exhortations to “obey the rules of law,” exhortations which have no reference to the increasing crime rate but are addressed solely to efforts by Americans to preserve their schools. Yet no writer has ever made a study of the legal background of Brown vs. Board of Education, excepting a two-volume study, Simple Justice, by Richard Kluger, and published by Knopf in 1975, which rapturously extols the decision as a “milestone of human progress,” and which unintentionally reveals that the legal arguments leading to this decision are so ludicrous that the lawyer for the Board of Education, John W. Davis, dismissed it as “guff.”