Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg arrives for the luncheon in Statuary Hall during President Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony on Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)
Compiled by Lisa Phillips of OpDeepState.com
May 4, 2018
by Frederick C. Blackburn of Blackbird9’s Breakfast Club
Tonight we will look at the career of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
In the First Hour Host we will be covering the recent chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission has always been to establish a Greater Israel ruled by globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other nations to surrender their independent sovereignty.
In the Second Hour, Ginsburg Moralizes A Ruthless Treason, we will look at the career of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. From the earliest Throwing-The-Bones Chance based systems of our T4-Silver Era (16,000 – 10,000 B.C.), to the Fate based systems of our T3-Copper Era (10,000 – 4000 B.C.), to the earliest Law Of The Land systems of Hammurabi and Moses of our T2-Iron Era (4000 B.C. – 2000 A.D), to the Magna Carta of 1215 A.D. , to The Great Experiment of Self Rule of 1776, to the appointment of Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton in 1993 the host examines the fundamental conflict between U.S. Constitutional Law and Jewish Talmudic Noahide Law that is personified in the legal manipulations of (((Ruth Bader Ginsburg))).
No one can serve two Masters . . . Whom does Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg serve?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Writings Show her to be Radical:
SC Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ~ to Egypt: “I would not look to the US constitution”
Video (mirrored) published on February 3, 2012 courtesy of RuBegonia
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On gay marriage: “I think the court will not do what they did in the old days when they continually ducked the issue of miscegenation,” Ginsburg said. “If a case is properly before the court, they will take it.” – Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Political Theater with Jason Dick writes……
“RBG,” the documentary about the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, opens in theaters Friday, May 4, 2018)
If the thought of a nonfiction film about a quiet, 5-foot-1-inch constitutional scholar seems like it has the potential to be dry, don’t worry. Even before Ginsburg became only the second woman to serve on the high court, her place in American history was secure as an advocate for striking down gender discrimination, a rich topic filmmakers Betsy West and Julie Cohen explore.
There is also priceless footage of her workout routine, a very meta scene of her watching Kate McKinnon portray her on “Saturday Night Live,” revealing interviews with her family and explanations of her famous friendship with her late conservative Supreme Court colleague, Antonin Scalia, as well as her own reflections, and delight, about becoming a pop culture meme.
Asked about the “Notorious RBG” iconography that links her to Biggie Smalls, the late hip-hop artist also known as “The Notorious B.I.G.,” Ginsburg replies dryly: “People ask me, don’t you feel uncomfortable, being with a name like Notorious B.I.G.? Why should I feel uncomfortable? We have a lot in common,” she said, noting they are both Brooklyn born and bred.
It’s not the only post-modern moment West and Cohen experienced as they made their movie. They discussed what it was like to put the project together, as well as watch Ginsburg’s reaction to it at the Sundance Film Festival, in the latest Political Theater Podcast
Force of Nature
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., right, shows a view of the Supreme Court from her Capitol office to Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, left, Sonia Sotomayor, in white, and Elena Kagan before a reception, March 18, 2015. The Justices were in the Capitol to be honored at Pelosi’s annual Women’s History Month reception in Statuary Hall. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)
The documentary, and an upcoming biopic by Mimi Leder, “On the Basis of Sex,” starring Felicity Jones as Ginsburg and Armie Hammer as her husband Marty, may help cement the justice’s icon status.
In Washington, she’s been part of the social fabric for decades, having first argued before the Supreme Court in the 1970s and then been appointed by President Jimmy Carter to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in 1980. President Bill Clinton in 1993 appointed her to the high court, where she’s been ever since, in between speaking to students, attending the opera, and traveling the world with family and friends.
Her status as show-stopper was put on display during the 2016 State of the Union, as the justices made their way through Statuary Hall.
It was quiet as Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justices Anthony M. Kennedy, Elena Kagan and Stephen G. Breyer passed through. That changed when Ginsburg appeared.
“There she is!” someone from the crowd said as she entered the hall, followed by Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
This happened to be the year after another head-turning, or head-bobbing, moment at the president’s annual joint address to Congress.
In 2015, she nodded off, admitting later on that she’d had a couple of glasses of wine with dinner. In “RBG,” she expands on that moment, saying the speeches can be a little dull, and the justices, unlike members of Congress, don’t clap and stand up and down during the speech, which can help one stay awake.
What else? For a film just a little over 90 minutes, there’s a lot of history covered, both personal and public, including that kerfuffle between her and President Donald Trump during the campaign.
“She is a performer,” longtime Supreme Court reporter Nina Totenberg of NPR says in the film. Yep.
Jewish Talmudic Quotes
When a Jew has a Gentile in his clutches, another Jew may go to the same Gentile, lend him money and in turn deceive him, so that the Gentile shall be ruined. For the property of a Gentile, according to our law, belongs to no one, and the first Jew that passes has full right to seize it.
The Kol Nidre
“All vows, obligations, oaths or anathemas, pledges of all names, which we have vowed, sworn, devoted, or bound ourselves to, from this day of atonement, until the next day of atonement (whose arrival we hope for in happiness) we repent, aforehand, of them all, they shall all be deemed absolved, forgiven, annulled, void and made of no effect; they shall not be binding, nor have any power; the vows shall not be reckoned as vows, the obligations shall not be obligatory, nor the oaths considered as oaths.” The Kol Nidre
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