Wednesday, March 16, 2005

"Social Justice" - Lawless Judges

George Neumayr sounds especially angry in his column today. He's right to be.

What if the people thought, "the law is just the will of the strongest," and marched on courthouses and threw lawless judges out on the street? What appeal could these judges make to them -- "You must follow the laws that we don't"?

There's more "social justice" fer ya: forcing others to obey laws that the elite do not.

The column is good; but I especially enjoyed for the moment the fantasy of tossing these "social justice" judges and lawyers out on their ear! It was a sweet moment, quite a delicious and satisfying little visual moment.

Call it a hunch; but I detect in the People an awakening hunger to enact a genuine revolution on the "social justice'ers" all across this fair land. What is happening is that the truly law abiding have to get beyond their uber respect for the law, in order to do something like this. Not to become conspicuously lawless, but to CLEARLY comprehend that those who enact "social justice" are not LAWFUL.

It's a buggaboo, so to speak. And the "tossing" part has gotten to be got at incrementally, so keen is the inner psyche rage at those who continue to enact "social justice" - as there's a lot of rage packed away in the psyche gunny sacks of the American soul.

Democrats hope to capitalize on that rage. So, constructive very clever incremental steps must be devised. Sort of a black ops methodology, IMHO.

Are Americans up for this? I think so.

I think, a good first step has already begun. Since "identity theft" is already out in the open, no doubts it will be quite easy to find out what motivates and ambulates the "social justice" types. I'm tellin ya, it doesn't take much and because those of the social justice nature are always paranoid to begin with.

The most fun would be to help them with their general "conspiracy-laden" psyches. Here's my vote for this type of action.

I've already taken a page for use out of the "I'm Okay, You are Not" book of liberal theology. :)

Dems are not for "social justice" - they are for "socialIST justice". They are members of that small left wing group I called "Socialist Justicens". I've already experimented -- it doesn't grow the socialist wing membership. It shocks.

And those who are already (workers' party) members -- OH MY! They begin SPEWING with their embrace and adoration of Socialist Policies and Socialism! Head spinnings and spittums are included. Sure beats "American Idol" to witness as a live production.

Appears, unwittingly, the NYTimes is already helping us with encouraging the nascent paranoidism of the Justicens:

From Frontpagemag:

In a stunning about-face, the New York Times reported Sunday that when the U.S. attacked Iraq in March 2003, Saddam Hussein possessed "stockpiles of monitored chemicals and materials," as well as sophisticated equipment to manufacture nuclear and biological weapons, which was removed to "a neighboring state" before the U.S. could secure the weapons sites. The U.N.'s Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission [UNMOVIC] "has filed regular reports to the Security Council since last May," the paper said, "about the dismantlement of important weapons installations and the export of dangerous materials to foreign states." "Officials of the commission and the [International] Atomic Energy Agency have repeatedly called on the Iraqi government to report on what it knows of the fate of the thousands of pieces of monitored equipment and stockpiles of monitored chemicals and materials." Last fall, IAEA director Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei confirmed that "nuclear-related materials" had gone missing from monitored sites, calling on Iraqi officials to start the process of accounting for the missing stockpiles still ostensibly under the agency's supervision.


And during that time of WMD removal pre-Iraq WOT? What were the Dems doing but focusing our attention elsewhere. Oh my. Who'd a guessed. And when did they know it.

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