Early Musings on The Rule of Law

Karl Deinninger https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=231471

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The harassment and bullying of Churches, their leaders and members is a measure of the good faith in which authorities have implemented law. Apologies suffice for the illuminated leaders. For their hypocritical public indiscretions, redoubled devotion is considered suitable penance.

I take as a matter of record that these rules have been applied partially. In the case of Churches, we're seeing a vindictiveness and capriciousness with no natural endpoint.

The messaging has been "Common rules, laid out by authorities in the interest of public safety". It seemed to jibe with grade school civics and there didn’t seem to be an obvious rejoinder.

The Problem of Illegitimate Laws Which Seem Legitimated Under The Doctrine.


The failure of laws to be equally enforced explicitly contravenes the logic of the doctrine as most people understand it. Many people are learning why the hard way.

However, arbitrariness in formulating orders can be just as essential. In extremis, the problem is identical to inconsistent application. Jurisdiction-wide edicts are well within the capability of despots.  Elastic laws which change weekly, with every pretextual contingency,  have the same trait of arbitrariness.

In effect, of course they cannot be applied consistently. For such "laws" to undermine the rule of law, they don't need to fail for lack of equal application.  Yes, even if it applies to everyone in all specified circumstances.  If the circumstances are specified for each new ad-hoc rule, there is no  meaningful difference in effect.

In the guise of "the rule of law" his unfair and unreasonable bullying will continue to be available to anyone cynical and connected enough to deploy the methods. Even if they were not calibrated precisely to deny equal recourse - which they are - the process of forming rules itself is compromising the legitimacy of our rulers.

It's not Churchgoers who have been lawless here, but the regime.

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A fascinating comment from the founder of True the Vote, Catherine Engelbrecht. That the American election was a fraud is unlikely to shock th

At the 4 minute mark, she tells us that To identify the mules, they bought geolocation data from telephone carriers! Cellphone apps launder the data and the phone carriers sell it. True the vote would have access to of thousands of individuals.

The preview for the series drowns this disturbing transaction in the high-tech

I am astonished that it is so simple to obtain. Engelbrecht demonstrates that, minimal supplementary information. It is synoptic and can establish long term patterns of behavior. Such information can have a long useful shelf-life.

Even more alarming is that this information is promiscuous.

As is typical in totalitarian conditions, the enforcement, even the character of the law is enforce horizontally. There is a standard set, and those who do not fall into line are punished. We have recently seen this dry run for totalitarianism. Small and medium organizations fired staff for failing to get jabbed. There was never any reckoning with respect to the lies of two years. The reprieve is lie the public has been vaccinated against mass hypnosis .

Black Rock and Vanguard, along with the S&P500 and others, have bent the knee to the Sustainability agenda. Black Rock and Vanguard appear to be a driving force behind this move. For large organizations, being excluded from obtaining loans is an unacceptable outcome. If the CEO did not prepare a sustainable development plan and begin implementing it, they would be fired.

This is true of other companies. In fact, the assessment of Sustainability goals requires that companies avoid doing business with those perceived to generate externalities.

I have been told that in many cases, compliance is nominal. Will companies continue to skirt the requirements of the assessment organizations?

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