With Release of Race-Mixing Film, Jews Celebrate Responsibility for Legalizing Race-Mixing
report from the Daily Stormer
With the release of the film “Loving,” Jew lawyer Bernard Cohen is touring and doing interviews about his great victory legalizing mixed-race marriages in Virginia.
A new film is coming out celebrating the legalization of interracial marriage in Virginia. The Jews are running around celebrating the fact that they made this possible.
From the Jew website Tablet:
In 1958, Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter traveled from their home in Central Point, Virginia, to Washington, D.C to get married. Upon their return, Loving, who was white, and Jeter, who was black, were arrested because interracial marriage was still illegal in the state of Virginia (as it was in all Southern states at the time).
The couple was sentenced to a year in prison, a sentence that would be suspended under the condition that they leave the state. They reluctantly complied, but by 1964, they were tired of being unable to visit their families in Virginia, and tired of judges upholding the state’s decision. Mildred wrote a letter of protest to Robert Kennedy, then the Attorney General, who directed them towards the D.C.-area chapter of the ACLU and a young lawyer named Bernard Cohen.
Now, their story will hit the big screen.
Loving, a new film from director Jeff Nichols that premiered at Cannes in May, tells the story of Loving and Jeter’s fight for legitimacy, argued in front of the Supreme Court by Bernard “Bernie” Cohen, who was a co-founder of the D.C. chapter of the ACLU. The Brooklyn-born Cohen will be portrayed by Nick Kroll, a first for the actor known for his comedic chops. The trailer for the film, which will premiere in November, was released this week. It stars Joel Edgerton, a frequent Nichols collaborator, as Richard Loving, and Ruth Negga as Mildred Jeter.
For Cohen, who met with Nichols and producer Sarah Green prior to the making of the film, arguing a case in front of the Supreme Court was a quantum leap from what he was used to. He told me on the phone that, prior to Loving v. Virginia, he was involved in cases that required “usually a matter of giving 5 or 10 minutes of time.”
Before Cohen left the Loving’s home to speak on their behalf, he asked Richard if there was anything he’d like to say to the court, and his words were relayed by Cohen: “Tell the Court I love my wife.”
Cohen still has the original papers of the Loving case, and said that “it’s amazing…that nearly 50 years later, it’s still a topic of great concern.”
As for the legacy of the case, Cohen summed it up by saying, “Any good civil rights decision is inspiring, as far as I’m concerned.”
Translation: “anything that harms goyim society is good for the Jews, as far as I’m concerned.”
Jews are responsible for everything bad that happens in Western society.
There is really no exception to this rule.
The rat-faced kike Nick Kroll is playing Cohen in the film.
He has Twitter.
see also –
hitler on race-mixing and see here
why jews promote race-mixing – (video) and here