Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Justice for Shaneen Allen!

Read about it here: Justice for Shaneen Allen!

Now, a small quibble. This wasn't justice.

She's being sent to a "rehabilitative" program? There is nothing to "rehabilitate". She wasn't the one in the wrong. It's like letting a rape victim go to "rehabilitation"- so she can see the error of her ways- because she was raped.

The "arresting" cop needs rehabilitation. The prosecutors need rehabilitation. The evil idiots who wrote and passed the rule she ran afoul of need rehabilitation. Shaneen is the only one involved in this whole mess who doesn't need to be rehabilitated.

I'm glad she isn't being caged. I'm glad she wasn't executed. But this isn't justice. Not even close.

What it is is an illustration of what a bad idea "laws" are- especially when they violate Natural Law. It is an illustration that anything short of being ground up and eaten by The State can be seen as a "win" by those who believe- completely without justification- that The State can be somehow legitimate.

I wish Shaneen had gotten justice. All those guilty of molesting her should be forced to pay her for all the wasted time, energy, inconvenience, "mental anguish", and "legal" trouble their molestation caused. Out of their own pockets, of course, even if it means they and their families have nothing to live in but a cardboard box for the rest of their miserable lives. And, obviously, those guilty vermin should never hold any "public" job ever again- and preferably should die hungry and alone, being shunned to death for their evil acts.



  1. "...and preferably should die hungry and alone, being shunned to death for their evil acts."

    Don't hold back on us, Kent. Tell us how you really feel. :-)


  2. You're right, Kent, that's not justice. It's punishment for being a peaceful, honest person. But the U.S. and the several states are hell bent on punishing anyone for violating, as you call them, counterfeit laws. "Mistrust those in whom the urge to punish is strong." (Friedrich Nietzsche) We have good reason to mistrust the government(s). And, as Lysander Spooner pointed out, a crime has the intent of harming others. Ms. Allen had no intent of harming others. I thought that's what judges were for, to make judgments not just follow the law blindly, because, surprise, surprise, the law does not equal justice.

  3. no consequences for evil.
    in govt, evil is rewarded.

    evil will not stop, until it is stopped.
    evil prospers, whenever good men do nothing to stop it.

  4. Anybody expecting "justice" from that group of lunatics who form the ultimate monopoly upon evil and violence is whistling the fine tune of Dixie.

    Monopoly “justice” is never unbiased.

    When that group of psychopaths who form what we know of as “the state”

    • Make the laws,

    • Enforce the laws,

    • Prosecute the laws,

    • Hire the prosecutors,

    • License the “defense” attorneys,

    • Pay the “judges”,

    • Build the jails,

    • Contract jails out to private entities,

    • Employ and pay the wardens,

    • Employ and pay the guards,

    • Employ and pay the parole officers,

    Well, that sort of monopoly “justice” is not an unbiased system.

    It is abject tyranny.

    (Thanks to The Daily Bell) Sam