|'Limp-wrist' liberals, fearful of administering justice to those breeding disorder, have lorded over a system far more oppressive than James Crow could have ever hoped to be|
Let's just allow a monologue by the eponymous character tell the story:
Where do I stand?The above material, a monologue from The Best of Judge Dredd story 'America', is probably too much for your contemporary conservative or libertarian, who listens to Alex Jones and believes Ron and Rand Paul will save the day.
I'll tell you where I stand
I stand four-square for justice. I stand for discipline, good order and the rigid application of the law -- and Grud (PK Note: 'swear word' in the fictional future society Dredd lives in) help any limp-wrist liberals who say different.
The people, they know where I stand. They need rules to live by -- I provide them. They break the rules, I break them. That's the way it works.
The people like it that way. They need to know where they stand.
Sure. I'm all for rights. But not at the expense of order.
That's why I like to see that Statue of Judgement standing there. Towering over liberty (PK note: yes, in this future society, a statue of 'justice' is erected on Ellis Island, towering over the Statue of Liberty).
Kind of a symbol.
Justice has a price.
The price is freedom.
Justice. Discipline. Order.
Concepts anathema in what we've labeled Black-Run American (BRA), a ruling ideology that thrives on anarcho-tyranny, chaos, and destruction.
|'Justice has a price. That price is freedom.' -- Judge Dredd|
Freedom has a price; that price is the civilization white people birthed, cultivated, and ultimately surrendered when the fires were still burning in the black rebellion/riots/insurrection of the 1960s.
Think about it.
SBPDL stands for justice.
Freedom, you whine?
You must stand for 2013 Detroit...