27th April 00:31
US JUDGE FINED FOR DISPLAYING THE 10 COMMANDMENTS !
The following, from one of our US correspondents, describes how
the combined forces of the Zionazis and the closet Marxist "liberal
elite" are also undermining that state. It is sickening and utterly
unacceptable that whilst these criminals have insinuated utterly
laws making it a criminal offence to criticise perverts or to say
"Paki", they have at the same time made the public display of the
10 Commandments, on which Western society is founded, illegal
as well !
The attempt to undermine and destroy western society and its Anglo
Saxon people is utterly blatant - and is going to have to be addressed
very sternly indeed - with draconian deterrent measures and
exemplary punishments, including deportation and long term prison
sentences for subversion and conspiracy to destroy the nation
And that will not be the first time in history that such measures have
become unavoidable - not by a very long way ....
It is clear that we too live under a fascist dictatorship. You Brits
certainly not alone. The queers have taken over your country, and the
commies are trying to take over ours. May the Vast Right Wing
prevail, for the sake of all mankind.
So much for "In God We Trust". If I were God, I would send a couple
dozen 10m bolides straight for this ****ed up planet and end this
misery we all have to endure.
I leave you with the immortal words of an Englishman:
"The natural liberty of man is to be free from any superior power on
and not to be under the will or legislative authority of man, but to
only the law of Nature for his rule. The liberty of man in society is
under no other legislative power but that established by consent in
commonwealth, nor under the dominion of any will, or restraint of any
but what that legislative shall enact according to the trust put in
Freedom, then, is not what Sir Robert Filmer tells us: "A liberty for
one to do what he lists, to live as he pleases, and not to be tied by
laws"; but freedom of men under government is to have a standing rule
live by, common to every one of that society, and made by the
power erected in it. A liberty to follow my own will in all things
that rule prescribes not, not to be subject to the inconstant,
unknown, arbitrary will of another man, as freedom of nature is to be
no other restraint but the law of Nature."
--John Locke - Second Treatise on Government
How many people in Britain even know who John Locke is? LOL
Copyright 2003 CNN.
Judge suspended over Ten Commandments
MONTGOMERY, Alabama (CNN) --
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore
was suspended Friday pending the
outcome of an ethics complaint for
defying a federal court order to
move a Ten Commandments
monument from the rotunda of the
Alabama Supreme Court building.
The plaintiffs who sought the
monument's removal -- Stephen
Glassroth and Melinda Maddox -- filed
the complaint with the state judicial
board of inquiry, arguing that Moore is
guilty of judicial misconduct for failing to
carry out a court order.
The board referred the case to Alabama
judicial court, which will hold a trial-like
proceeding where evidence of alleged
wrongdoing will be presented and Moore
will have a chance to defend his actions.
Should they find him guilty, that court has
the power to punish Moore -- and even
remove him from the bench.
During his suspension, Moore will
continue to receive his salary, but will be
prohibited from carrying out his duties as
Moore's supporters prayed outside the
state judicial building Friday evening.
Meanwhile, Alabama state officials have
made plans to remove the 5,300-pound
monument from the building, attorneys
for those demanding the removal told
U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson,
who ordered the monument to be taken
out, held a conference call Friday
morning with both sides in the case that
led to his ruling.
According to attorneys for the plaintiffs,
State Attorney General Billy Pryor said
during the call that removal plans are
under way, but he gave no specifics.
The plaintiffs' attorneys said they were
satisfied and planned another phone
conference in a week.
They said they hope the monument will
be removed by then. And if it isn't, they
will revisit the possibility of pursuing
contempt charges against the state --
which could trigger $5,000-a-day fines
until the monument is removed.
On Friday, Moore stood near the
monument as he talked to Judicial
Building manager Graham George, who
was instructed Thursday by the rest of
the justices on the state's high court to
carry out the removal, according to a
report from The Associated Press. It
wasn't known what was said.
In an interview Friday with CNN, Moore
made it clear he would not back down.
"The issue is: can the state acknowledge
God?" he said. "If this state can't
acknowledge God, then other states
can't. ... And eventually, the United States
of America ... will not be able to
acknowledge the very source of our
rights and liberties and the very source of
our law. ...
"When a court order departs from the law and tells you what you can
you can believe in," he said, the judge issuing that order is "telling
to violate your
oath. And he can't do that. Judges simply don't have that power."
Thompson, in his ruling, agreed with the
plaintiffs that the massive monument,
prominently displayed in the rotunda,
violates the constitutional ban on
government promotion of religion.
A federal appeals court refused to overturn
the ruling. Moore has filed an appeal with
the U.S. Supreme Court.
After the deadline to remove the
monument expired at midnight
Wednesday, the Alabama Supreme
Court's eight associate justices ordered
that the monument be removed "as soon
"The refusal of officers of this court to obey a binding order of a
competent jurisdiction would impair the authority and ability of all
courts of this
state to enforce their judgments," the justices ruled.
Pryor, Moore's fellow Republican who has been nominated for a federal
applauded the justices' order. "The rule of law means that no person,
chief justice of Alabama, is above the law," he said.
Asked on CNN whether he would support an Islamic monument to the Koran
rotunda of the federal building, Moore replied, "This nation was
laws of God, not upon the Koran. That's clear in the Declaration (of
so it wouldn't fit history and it wouldn't fit law."
Moore installed the monument in August 2001 without consulting other
lawsuit was filed shortly afterward.
"To understand political power aright, and derive it from its
we must consider what estate all men are naturally in, and that is,
a state of perfect freedom to order their actions, and dispose of
possessions and persons as they think fit, within the bounds of the
of Nature, without asking leave or depending upon the will of any
--John Locke, "Second Treatise on Government"
27th April 00:31
US JUDGE FINED FOR DISPLAYING THE 10 COMMANDMENTS !
Yes, but _when_ are these 'draconian deterrent measures' etc going to be
in place? Do you have any kind of timescale for these momentous events
Steven X Brown