Kangaroos, Bananas and the Rule of Law


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    There has always been two books of law…

    One for the poor,,

    One for the wealthy,,

    But its only now that its become blatant,obvious,and sickening..What I fear,and what “May” come about,is,when the screw turns,and the system breaks…the “protection”enjoyed by the banksters and wallst shills will evaporate when the economy does.People are getting hungry now…all hope is not lost…yet…but if the big wheel breaks,the foodstamps end,and gas is 20$a gallon[when you can find it,]and it gets to be like a good chunk of the rest of the world..I expect to see things out of the old west.Lots of people know who the bad ones are.When its time for scapegoats,I am sure the administration will provide some…or risk the wrath of the mob itself.

    Bee good,or
    Bee careful


    [strike]A new tool bar[/strike]!!!

    ( it seems to work.)

    Isn’t great to have the web to share what is happening.

    Common sense

    The main difference between us and the Pussy Riot girls is we’re more refined in our debating points because we can appreciate the importance of private property to all humans on Earth.

    Basseterre Kitona

    Free Pussy Riot!


    jal post=4828 wrote: Hummmm!
    [strike]A new tool bar[/strike]!!!

    ( it seems to work.)

    Isn’t great to have the web to share what is happening.

    Profiles and avatars are now functional as well.


    My avatar has gone back in time!!!!


    So, WHO are these people that are ripping off society and WHAT is their modus operandi to ripping us off?

    It seems those are the two foundational questions that comprise the big elephant in the room nobody wants to acknowledge.

    One caveat, though – if you don’t root out the root cause, the problem will never go away.

    Ignoring the root cause is to establish the root.


    Hi Illargi,

    The concept of kangaroo court dates to the early nineteenth century. Scholars trace its origin to the historical practice of itinerant judges on the U.S. frontier. These roving judges were paid on the basis of how many trials they conducted, and in some instances their salary depended on the fines from the defendants they convicted. The term kangaroo court comes from the image of these judges hopping from place to place, guided less by concern for justice than by the desire to wrap up as many trials as the day allowed.

    Judge Dredd eat yerr heart out!




    Pussy Riot girls going to jail is nothing compared to what Clint just did to Obama at the Rep. convention.


    The cherrie on the cake is S.A. arresting 270 demonstrating miners and holding them responsible for the cops shooting miners.

    My looking glass is not working properly.

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