by Wayne Jett, Classical Capital:
Equal Justice Under Law. Those four words are emblazoned above the entry of the Supreme Court of the United States. A worthy goal in civil society – fair and impartial treatment of every individual according to the same reasonable standards – but one on which U. S. government has fallen far short. Today even its assertion as a goal seems more ruse than reality. Indeed, America in recent years nearly re-proved the maxim that a society which fails to provide equal justice under law will not survive.
Only a brief 18 months ago, the much heralded American republic stood at the abyss – awaiting total destruction at the hands of ruthless elitist operatives bent on achieving a “new world order.” The intended new world order actually amounted to a return of the two-class society of the Dark Ages – rulers and slaves – augmented and made more horrific by technology, no remaining vestiges of a self-sufficient middle class, and no national boundaries.