Something new to think about, nearly every day.
If you’re going to start prosecuting
financial crime, you have to start with Congress. Congress legalized
counterfeiting for the so-called private entity known as the Federal Reserve.
Using modern American standards of so-called criminal justice, this
branch of government must be jailed, having flagrantly violated its
duties of care.
The legalized crimes are far more serious than any de jure
lawbreaking. Prosecuting SVB officers is like jailing drug pushers; the
mafia dons are still there. Jailed drug pushers constitutes nothing but an additional expense for the crime syndicate, which it will pass on to drug addicts.
Naturally there are serious treacheries in the Executive and the
Senate as well, so the first step must be to exact criminal justice on
the criminal justice system. Once the jail system is in jail, you can start prosecuting the lawmakers.
Unless the lawmakers are outlawed, crime will remain legal.
There are reasons the lawmakers are criminals, having to do with,
frankly obvious, flaws in the design. Nobody would make a government
like the American government unless they intended to criminally
parasitize on the associated country. The problem isn't corrupt congresscritters, the problem is that Congress is an inherently Communist structure that you have to violently pervert if you want it not to persecute the innocent.
They get away with it because it’s
designed to let Officials get away with things.
Technically this is an improvement. The previous design, Rome, had
that whole [crossing the Rubicon] incident, presaging the year of five emperors. If you prosecute Republican
government Officials when they break the law, they tend to mount
military revolts rather than submit to prosecution.
Republican Officials are inherently criminal. Legislation is inherently a crime. The rules made this way will inherently protect trespass and reinforce violation.
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