Friday, November 11, 2016

Federalist Paper No 15 and Justice

Alexander Hamilton writes: "Why has government been instituted at all? Because the passion of men will not conform to the dictates of reason and justice, without constraint."

SO it is with the current left. Their insistence on unbridled illegal immigration from certain areas of the globe in order to overpower the demographics of the electorate, their insistence on redistribution strategies to power their constituents. Lately we've even heard that they want the complaints of sexual assaults, almost exclusively women, to be believed without due process. And now this takes us into the election process.

We see the effects of such a policy of accusation without due process, an army of women, descending on parachutes of publicity supplied by the main stream media on the Trump campaign with a barrage of unproven accusations after an unsavory recorded conversation appears from the depths of time.

This is about abusing a vacuum in justice for power, nothing more.

And as soon as the election is over, the army and accusations evaporate, like a dawn mist. Surely they or their cousins in crime will reappear during the reelection campaign in four years,

In Roman law, the false accuser is punished with the same sentence that they would have imposed on the accused. Pity we can't bring this back. Now we're hearing from the main stream media how horrible Trump would be if he sued these individuals and the publications that power them, how monstrous! Nary a word about the despicable acts of false accusation, so politically expedient after the shrill question from Anderson Cooper towards the candidate during the debate about sexual assault. The question itself was almost rhetorical in nature, and became so soon after. Not one suspicion was raised in the press about the timing of the question and subsequent barrage of accusations.

Very suspicious timing indeed, Anderson Cooper. There's a few more emails or communiques between CNN and other interested parties that I'd like to see.

While we shouldn't infringe on the freedom of the press, we can, and should, make it known through economic and legal means that such members of the press will be penalized financially for defecating where they consume sustenance. Such defecation should be fed back to them by routing it through their sponsors, or the courts as the defecation journals known as the Rolling Stone and Gawker recently discovered.

We shouldn't shout them out. But we can starve them out.

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