Reader comment on: Canada: Parliament Condemns Free Speech
Submitted by Frank J. Verderber, Nov 10, 2016 10:10
The Canadian parliamentary motion condemning anti-Islam in any form is another example of International pseudo-law, which attaches no definition to it premise, but instead, floats an ideology of convenience. Comparatively, common law and constitutional law demand a definition.
We've seen this before with family courts that now allow divorce through "no-fault" or "irretrievable breakdown." This is illogical, of course, because if no one is at fault, there is no reason to make a plea and separate. Conversely, if there is a breakdown, then someone or something is in error and therefore at fault. We have also seen this type of subjective and intuitional response in with child welfare cases concerning Home-Schoolers and faith based religions. The welfare agent has a hunch – a feeling – things are deemed not right, and so this activates the arm of subjective and totalitarian injustice upon perfectly happy and well-adjusted families.
International Law is no law at all, and has become the watch-word for Lawlessness. We saw it develop in Africa by the witless indulgence of British sociologists and anthropologists who tried to induce common law on African tribes. When definitions for theft varied from tribe to tribe, the British lords of acumen found solace in teaching each local judge to make his own decision, as what the penalties should be.
This stupidity of maintaining society through ideological whimsy is no more than the total breakdown of civil society into anarchy – because we know; with each collapse of logical and rational precept, some form of selfish and totalitarian force takes its place. The end thereof will be the destruction of civil society and the emergence of the animal kingdom – each man will do what is justifiable in his own eyes. Have we not seen that with the Muslim young men who rape women and children in Europe, because as they saw it, they needed to relieve their urge for sex!
This is exactly what the New Testament teaches in 2Thess.2:1-3. It is of course rightly called in the Greek, "the Rebellion" or the "Grand Apostasy."
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