US Elections: Injustice anywhere is threat to justice everywhere.

5 01 2021
US elections

Just a few odds years ago, election fraud used to be a federal crime in the US, punishable by long jail sentences, but come January 6, 2021, the world would hear of election crimes as brazen as they come. They would hear about dead people voting in Michigan, they would watch footage of fake ballots pulled out of under the table in the middle of the night in Georgia, and voter intimidation, deception and fraud in Pennsylvania and so many more, all in the recent November 3rd US general elections. The only problem is that they would hear and watch these frauds knowing that the perpetrators aren’t hidden, but sitting right there in congress and nothing was going to be done about them and no arrest would be made. So what has changed in just a few odd years in America to make such travesty possible? The simple answer is n the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “Injustice anywhere is threat to justice everywhere.”

For years, the American people accepted injustices more egregious then racism and slavery, and did nothing about it. American congressmen and legislators have become accomplices in the violators of human life. Judges and politicians have grown old defending indefensible acts and passed judgments that violated tenants of law and justice. Law enforcements and intelligence communities have enforced unjust laws and Americans rolled over and moved on getting on with their lives.

Record has it that perhaps more than 1 million infants are killed each year in the US and more than 40 million since Reo v Wade in 1973 that legalized abortion in all three trimesters of pregnancy. Susan E. Wills, associate director of education for the Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities, USCCB, argues that “Roe is a symptom of and catalyst for a continuing decline in American culture and institutions.”  It represents a tragic failure of the government, an abdication of its duty to defend the vulnerable and innocent.”

With Roe, Americans ditched nobility and valor for cowardice and foolishness. Susan Will claims that “the judicially-created regime permitting abortion on request throughout pregnancy has eroded principles on which this nation was founded – the sanctity of life, the equal dignity of all, and impartial justice. Even the fundamental principle of self-government is shaken when seven unelected judges can overturn the will of the people expressed in the laws of 50 states.”

These judges usurped the right and duties of congress and legislature and fabricated a “right of privacy” that is not in the constitution and foisted it on the constitution and used it to strike down legitimate laws in all 50 states against abortion.

Their newly minted right gave women rights to terminate their unborn children in the womb without consequences. These judges also falsified history, claiming that abortion was a celebrated medical practice in the past that was interrupted by 19th century Christian prudes, a claim abhorrent to the Hippocratic Oath which has guided medical practice for 2000 years: “I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked, nor suggest any such counsel; and in like manner I will not give to a woman a pessary to produce abortion.”

Furthermore, these perjuring judges also falsified “personhood,” claiming that the unborn child is not a person because he cannot vote, a claim that Susan refutes as absurd  arguing that, “one does not have to be a “person” in the full constitutional sense, however, for a state to validly protect one’s life. Dogs can be protected from killing although they are not “persons.”13 And under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), people are prosecuted, fined and jailed for acts that may harm creatures, such as sea turtles, that are not “persons” in the full constitutional sense. Sea turtles are protected not only after they are hatched, but even while in the egg. In fact, each sea turtle egg removed from its nest constitutes a separate violation under the ESA, regardless of whether the sea turtle egg contained an embryo that was alive or “quick” or “viable” or even already deceased at the time of the taking.”

She concludes that Roe must be reversed to restore integrity to the Court, meaning to the Constitution, political rights to the people and their elected representatives, and most importantly, the right to life to children in the womb.

In conclusion,  Americans have not forgotten what election integrity is, they have only lost the moral authority to defend their most cherish values by failing to defend the most fundamental one on which the others rest, that is the  “right to life”.  You can read Susan Wills Ten Legal Reasons to Reject Roe





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