We Need More Judicial Activism

I would like to develop the considerations made very recently about (really) progressive pro-Life legislation and extend them to rightly intended judicial activism.

Libtards and perverts have libtard, perverted judges remaking the laws of the Country for them; as seen in the matter of so-called “marriage equality”, when a perverted judge in California, and subsequently others, blatantly abused of their power to create a subversive environment in due time picked up by lesbians and cowards sitting in the Supreme Court.

It can work the other way, too. Let a small number of brave judges unhinge abortion laws with lower court decisions, and a climate of challenge to the iniquity of abortion laws will be created in time. This in turn will make it easier for other judges to strike down abortion laws in more states, and the matter will land on the Supreme Court, who will then be under massive pressure to conform to the new – real or perceived, it does not matter – spirit of the time.

Alas, the US seems to be a Country where most conservative judges are extremely respectful of the limits to their role, and many libtards judges completely lack this perspective and use their office to act as substitute legislators.

Let this sword cut from both edges, say I. Let us start to encourage conservative judges to be just as militant as their libtarded counterparts. Let us start to create an environment in which it is good that a judge attacks with the sledgehammer what goes against common sense, Christian decency or basic humanity. If this is not done, we will end up with good people protecting those evils their very evil colleagues have contributed to creating.

I am sick and tired of seeing godless idiots striking under the belt line whilst our own keep playing by the rules. Go for their balls, and strike hard. Very hard.


Posted on May 24, 2016, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on We Need More Judicial Activism.

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