Anyone who has either personally known or has studied Jews should know that they are typically a hyper-sexual and perverted people.
Records dating to at least the Middle Ages tell us that Jewesses once comprised the majority of the prostitute population (often with their own fathers, brothers, and uncles acting as their pimps), while the men seems to have a penchant for peddling whatever passed as smut back in those days (nothing seems to have changed on that front).
And on the personal level, I can at least testify that Jews act in ways that would seem shocking to the average White man or woman – my old Yid neighbor (he was about 60) loved to show his Lolita porn stash to those he considered acquaintances.
Therefore, this latest exposure doesn’t surprise me in the least – like many of his fellow Tribesmen, Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit Appeals Court is almost certainly a worthy target of the #MeToo trend.
A former clerk for Judge Alex Kozinski said the powerful and well-known jurist, who for many years served as chief judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, called her into his office several times and pulled up pornography on his computer, asking if she thought it was photoshopped or if it aroused her sexually.
Heidi Bond, who clerked for Kozinski from 2006 to 2007, said the porn was not related to any case. One set of images she remembered was of college-age students at a party where “some people were inexplicably naked while everyone else was clothed.” Another was a sort of digital flip book that allowed users to mix and match heads, torsos and legs to create an image of a naked woman.
Bond is one of six women — all former clerks or more junior staffers known as externs in the 9th Circuit — who alleged to The Washington Post in recent weeks that Kozinski, now 67 and still serving as a judge on the court, subjected them to a range of inappropriate sexual conduct or comments. She is one of two former clerks who said Kozinski asked them to view porn in his chambers.
In a statement, Kozinski said: “I have been a judge for 35 years and during that time have had over 500 employees in my chambers. I treat all of my employees as family and work very closely with most of them. I would never intentionally do anything to offend anyone and it is regrettable that a handful have been offended by something I may have said or done.”
Translation for the Goyim:
“These ungrateful Shiksas must just be too absorbed in the social constructs of morality and tradition to realize the liberating nature of my actions.”
But still, Alex, considering the little historical trivia I outlined about Jewish families back in the day, perhaps you’ll want to reword your statements.
When Bond was clerking, Kozinski was on the precipice of becoming chief judge for the 9th Circuit — the largest federal appeals court circuit in the country, handling cases for a large swath of the western United States as well as Hawaii and Alaska. The other people who alleged that Kozinski behaved inappropriately toward them worked in the 9th Circuit both before and after her, up to 2012.
The same quid pro quo thing that goes on in Hollywood, in the regular media, and in other industries dominated by Jews and assorted perverts.
Submit to my demands and you’ll go far, but if you stand up for what is right, expect a ruined career.
In 2008, the Los Angeles Times revealed that the judge had maintained an email list that he used to distribute crude jokes, some of them sexually themed, and that he had a publicly accessible website that contained pornographic images.
A judicial investigation ultimately found that Kozinski did not intend to allow the public to see the material and that, instead, the judge and his son were careless in protecting a private server from being accessible on the Internet.
Yes, Goyim, just ignore the weird private escapades of the Chosen.
Nothing to see here.
Kozinski was appointed to the 9th Circuit by President Ronald Reagan in 1985. He is an atypical federal appeals court judge — authoring irreverent opinions and not shying, as many of his colleagues do, from media appearances.
He styled one opinion in 2012 not as a traditional concurrence or dissent, but instead as “disagreeing with everyone.” He famously wrote during a trademark dispute between the toy company Mattel and the record company that produced the 1997 song “Barbie Girl”: “The parties are advised to chill.”
In more recent years, Kozinski wrote that using lethal injections to impose the death penalty was “a misguided effort to mask the brutality of executions by making them look serene and beautiful — like something any one of us might experience in our final moments,” and he told the Los Angeles Times, “I personally think we should go to the guillotine, but shooting is probably the right way to go.”
My God – I can’t believe I’m agreeing with this Jewish creep.
I suppose we can use his expert judicial opinion one fine and glorious day.