Questioning the Credibility of Corrupt Governments, and the RICO Act.

If we have a neighbour, who we know deals in goods from stolen homes, in my experience those people are ostracised and always eventually sent to prison for a long time.Who would deal with such unscrupulous characters and expect to keep a good reputation in the community? Bringing the ideas of corrupt governments home, home truths, to understand them at the grass roots level, then suddenly we have names to faces, faces to ideologies and political factions to contributors. If we did not have the beauty of communicating via this internet that we have, then the same corruption within governments will continue.

As sitting ducks it appears there’s no actual way out from under this scenario, but there is. People, in general, have been kept out of the loop of what exactly Courts do in society, under corrupt governments. The Courts are there for the use of the People, this is the arm of government that clarifies on the law in everyday business. – “In truth the study of law, is in fact, the study of human history.” ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.

We all love history don’t we? I mean consider, at least the parts of history that you do love. Maybe it’s musical history, art history, war history or history in general, there are surely some elements of it that you love. At the moment anyone and everyone who picks up a pen, uses the internet, reads a newspaper, etc, is engaged in creating the history of literature. We are in the age of communication right now, and this is a growing age, unprecedented in known history and the political history together with the literal history are combining to record that the voices of the People are now triggering something of a fashion. Link.  Obviously some are more fashioned just yet, but it’s always easier to play catch up, and no one needs to be some sort of drug enhanced athlete to cheat the rules here, the truth, as they say, will out.

What is all of this jibber jabber on the web, newspapers, magazines, tv etc, for exactly. I think in any society there’s always re-enactments played out over and over again as part of the traditions. Now, obviously the modern tradition of working beyond your means and spending it all on stimulants to make you feel good, because the infrastructure is wayward. Pile on top of this the influx of unwanted refugees, and I say unwanted, because no one wants to see war in their own countries, except for corrupt governments. Before for the West, giving money to the East of Europe was the major concern, link, now that major concern has drifted to the countries of Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, anywhere that isn’t Western.

We have our privilege, even though we don’t, and the corrupt governments have the open cheque books, the secret nods and hand shakes, the Police, the armies, the banks funding it all, do we see the game for what it is yet? I wonder if I owned the banks and I was funding all of this corrupt practice in government how I would get on? Would I get blamed? Would I care? There’s obviously a bit to be taken into consideration, but the principles of the idea are very simple to understand, as is the counter idea to it. It is true that the youth of the millenia, the millenials, have known nothing but ardent corrupt governments, with an ever growing wave of communications systems springing up all around them. From their eyes they can see much easier than maybe people who have not been brought up on the technology before.

This considerable portion of society who by choice so far have chosen not to take up using the tech are finding that more and more the tech is reaching them, and it’s a wave that isn’t going to stop any time soon. For me the tech has given me great knowledge. This knowledge has mostly been in the areas or Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law/Contract Law and somewhat Constitutional Law, which is a combination of Trust Law and Contract Law.Link. Without these strict forms of law to govern over the Public and Private matters, then we have, largely what we’re getting more of now, Chaos! Link. Link.

So when people who steal X gazillion £’s or $’s using the banking industry and get caught to be given sentences like 15 hours community service and a job at the BBC, versus someone who finds a £20 note and gains a conviction. link. The case of the one finding the £20 note sure highlights the ineptitude of the lawyers, who, and I mean lawyers at large, are taught how to raise controversy rather than how to use actual law. This is why the law is kept in house, between the lawyers and the judges, the police and the jails, the security firms and the MP’s.

The Judiciary are largely to blame here, they are the ones who are paid so highly and given the most privilege above any, yet falter by never speaking their minds, because they’re not allowed to. Link. Imagine teams of judges making themselves known, standing for truth, fair distribution of wealth, protection of local industry, education and actual social justice. You can imagine the support and encouragement they would get. Sadly, this is not the case, and worse, the Judges have no idea how to run law, because they’re involved in a corrupted version of it. Why do I say this? Well, since 1970 the RICO Act, which touches any and all jurisdictions, was created by then President of the U.S. President Nixon. The history as to why it came about is very interesting, yet it has basically halted it’s thrust and where are the judges who could be bringing these actions against the corruptors of society? And don’t tell me there are none… there is millions and millions of them. Link.

I remember watching a documentary about Bollywood movies, and a director, who’s name I wouldn’t in a million years, said, “To view movies are to view the culture of the time.”. I think he has hit the nail on the head, how many movies now are demonstrating how to bring down the mafioasii behind corrupt governments? How many are following tredns in tech to demonstrate it’s use for the good? Link. Entertainment is supposed to be for the purpose of helping. Link. I’m sure people are getting the sense of the momentum that the corrupt officials are in the throes of, and that the more you look the further down the line the momentum is than it first appeared. Do people think it’s going to stop by itself, this culture, that it is something even that one is allowed to get off from, without going living as hermits in the mountainous valleys… somewhere??? Link.

Can the gravy train be stopped before it collapses everything around us by bringing in an unlimited amount of refugees from countries that are suffering war as funded by those that are stealing it from our countries? Link. My question is, how can safe haven be offered to refugees in countries that have ever increasing problems. Problems caused by the usual suspects who are on the take, and think it funny that they have easy to prey to thrive off of in their criminality. Elastic bands have ways of snapping back, or breaking and with all the rubber cheques being thrown around, that’s a heck of a lot of stretched elasticity to keep at bay. This is before even saying how a cheque is money of itself, and that the money used in circulation is not more than counterfeit in that it is as good as any other rubber cheque, but some have privilege, others not. It depends on the Synagogue that you associate with, either by proxy or other. But either way, what is criminal is criminal, and what is not is not. Link.

Ever wonder how some people don’t go to jail? Link. The jails that just happened to be filled with men, and not women.

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