Wednesday, November 21, 2018

What Rule Of Law?



Putin Is About To Gain Control Of The World’s Main Law Enforcement Organization

Turns out Lady Justice Themis CAN see underneath her blindfold and she has her favorites.

20 comments:

Comedy Plus said...

When did everything get so corrupt? Good grief.

Have a fabulous day. ♥

cube said...

Comedy Plus: It's been an ongoing process. The dem/progs are nothing if not patient. We dropped the ball. You know the rest.

LL said...

The whole Russia collusion scam, with the corrupt, elite media beating the drum for the donkeys has been an embarrassment of Biblical proportions to America. But that is our modern age. The Russians have apparently been helping the donkeys find tens of thousands of ballots make for other donkeys days after the election. That's an intelligence coup showing some real talent coming out of the Urals.

cube said...

LL: Seriosly?

Jan said...

I keep finding reasons to encourage Putin.

Ed Bonderenka said...

Why is it a Putin win if a S.Korean now heads Interpol?

Kid said...

LL: Apparently, 67% of polled democrats believe the Russia Collusion thing. How did people get so blinding stupid ? Maybe have always been.

cube said...

Jan: I think there should be a satire emoji. Or are you serious?

cube said...

Ed Bonderenka: Thankfully, the vote didn't fall the way it was predicted in the press (sorta like Trump's victory in 2016). It's something that we should all be thankful for.

cube said...

Kid: When the idiots overrun the sensible, we'll be in deep doo doo. Tick tock.

Kid said...

It's gonna happen Cube. The kids won't learn the easy way.

cube said...

Kid: I think you're right. I'm not sorry I had my beautiful girls, but I worry for the world I have unleashed upon them.

Kid said...

You didn't unleash it.
Every generation has their own reality and really don't know the difference.

cube said...

Ed Bonerenka: Thank you for your post. I mean it.

cube said...

Kid: We have allowed years of anti-American public school education, we have allowed years of anti-American education in our universities. How is that that not complicit in the insanity that we're seeing today?

Kid said...

I think the only thing we could have done is home schooling. I hear about a lot of it going on now, but it will never be enough to make a difference on America. The commies will still largely infiltrate the pubic offices.

cube said...

Kid: The thing about needing home schooling is awful, but it doesn't look into the the core issue, i.e., we have a HUGE problem with our educational system!!!! That having a few people with enough money to home school doesn't fix the problems with our education system. That's the real problem and please don't put libs in charge.

Kid said...

Parental lack of interest and pussification of same along with teachers unions are the main problems imo.

Teachers unions gotta go. Federal control has to go and schooling needs to be locally controlled and monitored by enough concerned parents so that the indoctrinating teachers get fired in a nano-second of trying to preach liberal politics. Problem being that not enough parents will cause it to happen. The little pukes freak out every time there is a tax hike on the ballot that threatens a stoppage of school bus service. "Oh My GOd, I'm Going to have to drive my kid to school?"

So this is what they get.

Back around 2009 and the money problem a local school district (6 schools [Lakota]) let 90 administrators and 100 teachers go and called it good. Feeling raped by local public unions yet? NINETY administrators for 6 schools, no doubt all drawing 6 figures a year and 100 useless teachers.

Eye opening.

Public unions are places where someone's (many someone's useless dumbass nephew gets hired because they can't find a job anywhere else.) It ain't gettin better. It's getting worse.

Kid said...

What did those 'administrators' do beside bring the donuts..... Seriously. I have personal knowledge here.

messymimi said...

It’s so complicated, and the solutions require people to know logic and how to think, which is not going to happen. Sad.