Skip to comments.Lynch-Mob Justice (Leftist ideology is replacing the rule of law in Britain and America)
Posted on 07/07/2010 2:56:35 PM PDT by Stultis
In both Britain and America, ideological prejudices are coming to undermine the rule of law. In a number of incidents, people who have committed criminal acts have been acquitted or had their cases dismissed purely because they represent a politically correct cause or belong to a "powerless" victim group.
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The “rule of law” is an ideology. The problem is not that the law is becoming ideological; it is that the ideology of ordered liberty underlying our law is being changed to suit the totalitarian left and Mohammadans.
“... “the facts and the law” did not support proceeding with the indictment...”
This statement is showing up frequently of late.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
People (and corporations) need to shooting back. Maybe the can hire someone like Xe to break these scumbags legs?
“it is that the ideology of ordered liberty underlying our law is being changed to suit the totalitarian left and Mohammadans.”
Excellent observation. Liberty can only be preserved by owning more firepower than the totalitarian trying to enslave you. I think our ancestors proved that a number of times.
Keep buying ammo...or know where to get it.
It is my humble opinion that ALL political and most social questions can be answered by referring to Kipling’s poems.
Did we own more firepower than the redcoats???
Good point. It’s not what you have but knowing when it’s time to use it.
What is the difference
Between us and the Hottentot?
We have the Maxim,
And they have not.
Yep, it’s our ideology against theirs, and they are very willing to fight for theirs. They have marched through our institutions and it is bearing fruit for them.
I sure someone in The Admistration carries a incryped form of a Wananssee Protocall on a flash drive. In order to activate it they plug it into the proper computer, fill in the blanks and presto.
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