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1.The Volks Königreich of KinofopiaCivil Rights Lovefest“Gott mit uns.”
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Post by Snifkowoland suppressed by Paul Marks.

The Allied States of July 1st wrote:Snifkowoland - I do not accept "congratulations" from people who do not understand the concept of the Rule of Law

why the punctuation marks?
Are you unhappy that UK tries to leave the EU?

Oh, I understand how Rule of Law is supposed to work. Few understand it, even fewer actually believe, because obviously the activist judges do not.

Snifowland - it was me (not you) who pointed out that the Nazis pretended that everything they did was lawful.

The Nazis, and their judges, were "Legal Positivists" - they, like Thomas Hobbes before them, rejected the traditional understanding of the "rule of law". To the Nazis (as to Thomas Hobbes before them) whatever the state commanded was "law" by definition. They rejected all "higher law" (which ALL the American Founding Fathers, including even Hamilton) held to.

It is time you left now Sir.

I support the independence of the United Kingdom - especially from the Nazis. Both in the 1940s - and now.

can we get back to current affairs please? U 2 with your angst! it is like you're married! (please excuse my lame attempt at humour.)
Brexit and the EU. What of the future? My initial thoughts, from stuff, are the follows: markets seemed to have steadied today, which was expected. The 2nd referendum is no longer on the to do list. So will a Conservative leader step up and leave? I don't know. I dont think anyone does. But! If someone does, given that about (roughly)300 billion USD of imports are going into the UK per year, that is a hard amount to give up. hence, most likely a free trade deal.

The Council of FJK Rants wrote:can we get back to current affairs please? U 2 with your angst! it is like you're married! (please excuse my lame attempt at humour.)
Brexit and the EU. What of the future? My initial thoughts, from stuff, are the follows: markets seemed to have steadied today, which was expected. The 2nd referendum is no longer on the to do list. So will a Conservative leader step up and leave? I don't know. I dont think anyone does. But! If someone does, given that about (roughly)300 billion USD of imports are going into the UK per year, that is a hard amount to give up. hence, most likely a free trade deal.


Sadly the Nazis are current affairs - as the ex member of this region sadly showed.

For decades the left have claimed that American conservatism is a front for racism and Fascism (the desire for a Strong Ruler who would ignore the principles of law) and people such as myself have DENIED all that. Then the Trump Campaign comes along and large numbers of utter vermin (real Nazis) crawl out from under their stones. It is like watching the last series of the television show "Banshee" - which I would rather was totally fictional.

I really did not believe there were many such people - I was wrong. And they have corrupted some people who might have been decent - had the Trump campaign been crushed at the start as it should have been. It has appealed to the worst in people - corrupting them.

Still back to British Independence - there was a a Nazi element here, but it was very small and the "Vote Leave" organisation dealt with it (froze them out).

The European Union is a means where a unelected group (the Commission) can impose any regulations they like controlling most aspects of life.

The United Kingdom is well rid of it - and all other European nations should free themselves of this additional layer of government.

If people feel the need for an European trade organisation - there is EFTA (the European Free Trade Association).

Defence is a NATO responsibility - it is nothing to do with the E.U.

As for who the next Conservative Party leader will be - I do not know.

It really is all to play for at this point.

To all it may concern - the name of this Region is "Libertarian" not "Nazi".

Nazis are not welcome here.

FJK Rants

Those who wish to understand the principles of the Rule of Law in a Common Law tradition context should study such things as the judgements (against both King - and Parliament) of Chief Justice Sir Edward Coke and Chief Justice Sir John Holt (of 1688 and all that).

As Edmund Burke would point out - this is nothing to do with "activist judges", as the judges themselves are bound by the principles of the Rule of Law (of natural justice).

Whether one is a Republican such as Cicero or a monarch such as Marcus Aurelius (see his "Meditations" - the first few pages) the principles are the same.

Perhaps the best short statement of the basic principle of natural justice is "The Law" by Frederick Bastiat.

In a specifically American context study the judgements of the "Four Horsemen" on the Supreme Court of the 1930s - they maintained (sometimes successfully sometimes unsuccessfully) the traditions of the Founders.

Of the "Four Horsemen" perhaps Justice Pierce Butler was best because of his courage in "Buck V Bell" in the 1920s.

The "liberal" Justices rejected the idea of limits on the ECONOMIC powers of government, but they certainly did not reject the idea of Civil Liberties limits on the power of government (this was especially clear from 1938 onwards).

Mr Donald Trump (and even more his supporters) reject any limits on the power of government - either economic or civil liberties restrictions.

Mr Trump is trying to be the Juan Peron of the United States.

This will not happen.

Just to be be clear: Did you just call me Nazi?
Care to explain what you seem to think that I believe that wouldn't mean you'd have to qualify everyone like Louis XIV, Tsar Alexander III, Metaxas, Churchill, Franco, Pinochet or virtually any pre-Nixon right-winger a "Nazi"?
Because placing someone in category that implies you believe he has secret desire to gas Jews and murder Slavs is accusation that requires rather high burden of proof.

Question is for both July 1st and Paul Marks.

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