Justice

When people see situations running the gamut from the Hildabeast getting a pass from someone who believed she was going to be his boss soon to the current situation involving Mr. Floyd and others, both published and un published, it’s not hard to believe why people believe there is a two tier justice system where who you know gets you better treatment then the common person.

Look at the statue of Lady Justice. There are five symbols, three of which are supposed to reflect the three things most important in our system of justice, yet they are being completely ignored.

The serpent being trampled underfoot represents evil and lies.

The book represents the laws made by men which are part of the bedrock of civilization.

The sword symbolizes final justice swiftly administered.

The scales depict the weighing of evidence and how evidence should stand on its own.

Finally there is the blindfold she wears. This represents impartiality, the ideal that justice should be applied without regard to wealth, power, or other status. Let me say that again. It represents impartiality, the ideal that justice should be applied without regard to wealth, power, or other status. For the most part this has been the case…for us commoners. But for other people, those in positions of power at all levels, those of wealth, those symbols mean nothing because they feel they are above all that. Because of who or what they are they have a different set rules that they get to write as it suits them or their lackeys.

The other thing is they couldn’t get away with this unless the people who were given the sacred duty, who took an oath before man and God, to administer those rules and laws equally to all no matter who or what they are. And has always been my mantra, the finger of blame needs to be pointed at everyone who sits back, complains somebody needs to do something, then goes back to their Netflix and online shopping saying they don’t have time to participate or don’t want to rock the boat or whine their one vote won’t count for anything. In other words sheeple who passively and willingly line up to be sheared regularly.

Just keep in mind there is only so much we sheepdogs can do on our own. Put down the remote and the mouse and step up.

Alan Marshall

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