Sunday, March 1, 2020

The Perversion and Corruption of Power

“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely” Lord Acton 

Below are some links where people can decide for themselves whether perversion and corruption have become acceptable. 
This is What Happens: 
When a country is ruled by the corrupt and perverted 
Then its citizens to all kinds of filth are subjected                              
What once was abnormal now becomes “normal” 
And ethics and morals are treated as criminal... 
An Ultimatum: 
Kill them or else is a perverted government decree 
Hospice patients must be terminated, so the hospice must agree 
The “health authority” might cut the hospice funding if the killing is not done 
Therefore, if the hospice wants its funding, nobody must be immune 

Is this government blackmail, to force an obscene and murderous act? 
On a hospice that is caring for the sick: and that is an ethical fact 
Is this “health authority” perverting its mandate of supposedly “caring”? 
When it issues an ultimatum to kill, instead of healthy life saving?... 
The Past Becomes the Present: 
The Evidence: 
They Want Your Vote: 
They want your vote and your money 
Those that are running to lead a party 
They sneer at your morals, ethics, and principles too 
They call you “bigots” and other filthy names they spew... 
It’s All “Family Friendly” They Say: 
The parades are “family friendly” say the media propagandists 
Are people marching naked, law breakers and exhibitionists? 
It appears that there are no rules for those that break the law 
And politicians and the police march with them: are they all scofflaws?... 
“Disturbingly, more and more parents are bringing young children to watch the parade, exposing them to provocative displays of sexuality that no child should witness. If a politician believes in family values, why would he or she want to be associated with such debauchery?” 
Josh Dehaas, June 12, 2018, National Post. 
The Rule of Law: 
Can a government be arrested in its totality? 
If there is evidence of its criminality 
If it tried to subvert the course of justice 
Could the rule of law be in danger of prejudice?... 
Has the rule of law been brought into disrepute? 
If there is no attempt to try and prosecute 
Can bribery, corruption, and fraud, be given immunity? 
Can a government be arrested if there is criminality?... 

“To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism.” 
 G. Edward Griffin 

Stephen J. Gray 
March 1, 2020.