UNITED STATES JUSTICE IS NOW BASED ON ARBITRARY LAW AND NOT RULE OF LAWRead Now
Our Department of Justice has been corrupted. It no longer is a means to serve justice, but it is a means to use the courts to bring about the ends desired by the Communist Party of the United States which is the Democrat Party. We now have a legal system that is based on arbitrary law and not rule of law. Arbitrary law is used by all tyrants and simply means that the law can be whatever is necessary to bring about the desired ends. Rule of law requires that the law be applied as written and be applied equally to all regardless of political affiliation or desires of those in power.
If we look at a summary of the manner in which the law was applied in the Soviet Union, we will learn that it has a striking resemblance to the way the Obama and Biden Department’s of Justice apply the law. It is authoritarian law.
The Soviets treated the criminal law in a clearly instrumental way, as a political resource that did not require the consent of the public or officials charged with implementation of the law. At the same time, the work of investigators, procurators, and judges was subordinate to political leaders at all levels of the administrative hierarchy and subject to their direction. The basic traits of Soviet criminal justice were already present under Lenin before Stalin and Stalinist politics had left their mark. Bolshevik leaders fashioned Soviet criminal law to suit their vision and adapted it to reflect their immediate needs. To administer the law, these leaders relied on political trustees, ordinary members of the Communist Party, and effectively subordinated them to local party officials. The strength and utility of criminal law as an instrument of rule, however, was weakened and partially obscured by novelties in the Bolshevik approach to law. Revolutionary fervor also contributed to the popularity of anti-law views. Nonetheless, over time, Stalin addressed most of the contradictions and deficiencies in Soviet criminal justice and succeeded by the end of his life in making criminal law a reliable tool for Soviet rulers. At the core of Stalin's quest to enhance the utility of criminal law was the centralization of power in the justice realm.
Obama and Holder used the Bolshevik approach as they transformed the Department of Justice to operate in the same manner as the Soviets. The Department of Justice operates the same today.
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