The Justice Departments goes Socialist
By Ronin, 10 April, 2011
Thanks to a very special woman for sending this in.
The (I will not lie and say U.S.) Justice Department has gone Socialist.
Take a quick look at the quote at the top of their website (http://www.justice.gov/) it explains everything. This information is not new, these changes go back awhile but I figure since they never changed, we should let them know that we are still watching them.
“The common law is the will of mankind, issuing from the life of the people.”
Department of Justice employees say the quote originates from British lawyer, C. Wilfred Jenks. Jenks was a leading proponent for international law in the 1930’s. He advocated for global rights and was a member of the United Nation’s International Labor Organization (ILO). He wrote essays to support the progressive agenda of a global common law. In short he was a progressive POS.
The ILO lead by Jenks is credited with putting in place the first Soviet senior member of the UN organization. He also created an environment that allowed the ILO to give “observer status” to the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and to issue anti-Israeli statements. We all know what friends of humanity the pukeestainians are.
The ILO statements precipitated efforts by the U.S. Congress to withdraw U.S. membership from the ILO in the mid-1970s due to the organization’s leftist leanings.
“It was Jenks’s efforts that helped make the ILO a tool of the socialist and communist movement,” says one of the DOJ lawyers. “We used to joke about how fitting it was that this was Janet Reno’s favorite quote to use in speeches, and now the Obama folks think it encapsulates out department’s mission.”
Suggestions to highlight quotes from the U.S. Constitution or Bill of Rights or quotes from the Founders, the Federalist Papers or prominent American jurists were quickly shot down by the Department of Justice’s media and new media teams, according to DOJ sources familiar with the design process, and the White House communications shop was given input to the overall design as well. Is anyone surprised by that?
The danger of an American justice organization following an international justice organization is simple; they are not bound to our constitution. If for example, a national emergency caused the 2012 elections to be suspended, I would expect problems might make living in certain parts of the US hazardous. Naturally, our friends in the U.N. would help restore order. Those forces would follow international (U.N.) laws, and values, not ours. What could go wrong?
Wow Ronin, from a simple quote you jump right to foreigners operating inside the US. You might ask that and I would have to say, that is where I jumped. Why, what evidence do I have?
Let me break it down, a global movement needs global rules, that requires global help to help with the annoying rule enforcement. The groundwork is being made. To control a populace you need a few things: you have to control money, shelter, fuel and food.
We do not have to worry until we are faced with a collapsed economy, a collapsed housing market, high energy costs and climbing food costs, uh, oh. A full collapse of the American dollar and every currency will fall faster than obama can lie.
An outside military force operating in the USA would cause a few of us to pick sides. Be ready, is all I am saying.