Friday, October 21, 2016

Measures too often decided, The Federalist Papers No 10.

James Madison writes:

"...measures are too often decided, not according to the rules of justice, and the rights of the minor party, but by the superior force of an interested and overbearing majority. However anxiously we may wish that these complaints had no foundation, the evidence of known facts will not permit us to deny that they are in some degree true."

Such are the challenges that are brought to bear against us from the modern social justice warrior/ Marxist. A perceived gap in pay, a perceived increase in police-involved racial shootings, or the so-called campus rape culture. All of these arguments have been disproved analytically, yet the perception remains like a bad smell after a Democrat-lead Trump rally ambush . And in that respect, they are in some degree true, police sometimes shoot black criminals, women who get sick more often, are less aggressive in the workplace, and who shy away from the STEM fields are less likely to make as much money as their male counterparts, and women do get raped on campus, albeit in numbers far less than in the general population.

But there are legal remedies to all of these issues, it is illegal for police to shoot anyone who isn't a danger to them. It's illegal for companies to pay women less than men for the same job and amount of work. Rape is illegal. Yet, for the modern social justice warrior, a legal remedy is not enough.

They want the power. Just like rape is about power, the modern causes of the social justice warrior are about power. And in their minds, the power must be taken from the white patriarchy. There is nothing stopping a woman from building her own company, if she feels like she isn't earning her worth. There's nothing stopping a woman from arming herself against rape on campus. I take that back, the other Marxist have made that impossible for a law-abiding citizen to arm themselves on campus. There is an extensive legal system to prevent racially-motivated discrimination and unnecessary violence by police, so extensive it has effectively immobilized law enforcement and we're seeing the results of that as upticks in violent urban crime across America.

No, as Madison foretold in Number 10, these groups will try and restrict our rights (read power) in building our own businesses, letting police do their jobs, and cower men on campuses. And the only way they can do so is by subverting the Constitution. They will increase business regulation via federal mandate, where the federal government has no Constitutional authority. They will force police departments to bend to their will by withholding federal funding and passing unconstitutional laws on local law enforcement, and they will continue to pass laws like Title IX which attempt to circumvent due process on campuses.

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