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Tag Archives: justice
Initial review or thoughts on the documentary Hoaxed.
Arrogant, resentful people believe deception works. –Jordan Peterson, minute 94, Hoaxed (2019). Know thyself. –Delphic Oracle “There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” … Continue reading
Posted in justice, philosophy, statesmanship Tagged Allegory of the Cave, hoaxed, justice, movie, Philosophy, Plato, review Comments Off on Initial review or thoughts on the documentary Hoaxed.
Trump, supremacism and political extremism
“As I would not be a slave, so I would not be a master. This expresses my idea of democracy. Whatever differs from this, to the extent of the difference, is no democracy.”– Abraham Lincoln Donald Trump has made America … Continue reading
Posted in education, justice, philosophy, republicanism, statesmanship, Uncategorized Tagged Abraham Lincoln, Donald Trump, equality, justice, President of the United States Comments Off on Trump, supremacism and political extremism
To whom is the UK government accountable?
The question seems simple and the answer seems obvious. Yes, the UK government is accountable. If we understand being accountable as fitting one of the four types that Lord Sharman recommended, then it appears accountable. giving an explanation providing further … Continue reading
Posted in corruption, justice, philosophy Tagged accountability, assassination, drone, justice, self-defence Comments Off on To whom is the UK government accountable?
Does the United Kingdom have the rule of law?
‘Wherever law ends, tyranny begins’. –John Locke The question seems odd, almost quixotic. In a country that prides itself on Magna Carta with a long history of common law, it seems a question that need not be asked. this seems … Continue reading
Posted in corruption, Government, justice, public opinion, republicanism Tagged justice, Monarchy, phone hacking, Rule of law 2 Comments
Lord Bramell’s apology: A response to Matthew Scott
On his blog, Mr Scott asks and answers two questions. Should the Metropolitan Police now apologise to Lord Bramall? What will happen to the main witness, “Nick”, if the police come to regard his evidence as unbelievable? The questions show … Continue reading
Posted in justice, privacy, public opinion Tagged Bar council, Barrister, exaro, justice, Op Midland, Rule of law 7 Comments
Daniel Morgan’s Murder, police corruption, and the health of the UK regime
Daniel Morgan was brutally murdered with an axe. In the days before his murder, he had claimed to have information about a network of corrupt police officers. Despite, 6 investigations and two failed prosecutions, his killers have never been brought … Continue reading
Posted in corruption, justice Tagged corruption, justice, Police, UK Met 1 Comment
Greenwald and the problem of legitimate political violence
In his essay for The Intercept, Glenn Greenwald comments on the terrorist attack in Canada in which two soldiers were struck by a car driven by an Islamic convert. He makes a particular point about the use of the word … Continue reading
Posted in justice, philosophy, statesmanship, Uncategorized, war Tagged canada, Glenn Greenwald, Greenwald, justice, political violence, Terrorism, the intercept, war Comments Off on Greenwald and the problem of legitimate political violence