Monday, September 21, 2020

Integrity and impartiality

How to write a screenplay:  "The War on Populism: the Final Act" (Hopkins).

You'd think imprisoning somebody for life for journalism would be of interest to journalists, but the Clintonistas think Assange is the devil and want him punished regardless of consequences, and 99.9999999% of Assholian 'journalists' have no worries that they would ever uncover anything that would garner government attention:  "Glenn Greenwald Shocks With Explanation On Why Mainstream Media Is Ignoring Assange Trial" (Durden).

"Canadian Judicial Council urged to investigate judge accused of blocking senior U of T appointment" (Fine).  The Canadian Tax Court doesn't look to be a hotbed of blood-pouring-from-the-fangers (I'm guessing Khazar tax lawyers don't want to give up the big bucks to serve somebody else's country), but there must be one.
"Leslie Green, a law professor at Queen’s University, wrote a letter of complaint to the judicial council on Thursday. He said it is irrelevant whether external influence caused the school to change course. What matters, he said in his letter to the council, is whether a judge attempted to influence a university appointment. It would be “very troubling,” he said, if the attempted influence were related to Dr. Azarova’s research on Israeli occupation.

“It would put the integrity and impartiality of the Court in jeopardy,” he wrote. “Any party or lawyer before it who is Palestinian, Arab, or Muslim could reasonably fear bias.” 
The judicial council told The Globe it cannot undertake an investigation into a complaint unless it has the name of the judge in question. Prof. Green did not name the Tax Court judge, but said in an e-mail to The Globe and Mail that it would astonish him if the CJC felt it had no obligation to investigate allegations that impugn the integrity of a judge, when the court has been named."
I'm afraid there is nothing astonishing about the depths of Khazar Evil and privilege.

David E. Spiro (just saying, it might be somebody else).

American capitalism drifts firmly into the protection racket:  "TikTok, Sing a Song of Sixpence, A pocket Full of Rye, Four and Twenty Blackbirds Baked in an American Pie" (Bhadrakumar).
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