Friday, June 1, 2012

Rough, tough, I've had enough justice

The law-courts of the world should be dismantled and anarchy should rule!

There is an excellent argument for anarchy ruling since the legal institutions of the world are there simply to protect the interests of one section of society - the super-rich, neo-con, Zionist elite. Good people are in western prisons because of this injudicious system of law.

Bradley Manning, who allegedly leaked the footage of US military operatives opening fire on and killing  unarmed civilians, is in prison for allegedly revealing the truth to the world. Babar Ahmed, beaten up by British police, has been in prison for 8 years and now faces extradition to the most corrupt country on God's earth. Julian Assange, to whom the whole world should be thankful for his Wikileaks - the only source of accurate information - is now in danger of being extradited to Sweden on trumped-up charges. Sweden will sell him to their Yankee masters to try and plug the leak in Wikileaks and gag Assange himself.

We pay these overfed judges huge amounts of taxpayers money to make it as difficult as possible for honest people. Take the Assange case just heard in a British court. In the laugh-a-minute report from this case, Assange versus the Swedish Prosecution Authority, which finds in favour of the latter, there is the following paragraph:

“Everyone arrested or detained in accordance with the provisions of
paragraph 1(c) of this article shall be brought promptly before a
judge or other officer authorised by law to exercise judicial power
and shall be entitled to trial within a reasonable time…”

So how has this kind of justice been applied to Babar Ahmed in this country, and Bradley Manning in the US?


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  2. I think Christian anarchy could work

  3. Unknown, Jesus was an anarchist as far as earthly government was concerned. In a way I'm too conventional to be a real anarchist. But when I look at the law-courts and the bad verdicts delivered in them, it makes my blood boil.