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The Eroding Character of the American People

from Paul Craig Roberts:

Attorney John W. Whitehead opens a recent posting (see below) on his Rutherford Institute website with these words from a song by Bob Dylan. Why don’t all of us feel ashamed? Why only Bob Dylan?

I wonder how many of Bob Dylan’s fans understand what he is telling them. American justice has nothing to do with innocence or guilt. It only has to do with the prosecutor’s conviction rate, which builds his political career. Considering the gullibility of the American people, American jurors are the last people to whom an innocent defendant should trust his fate. The jury will betray the innocent almost every time.

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1 comment to The Eroding Character of the American People

  • Ludwig

    This article is solid gold ringing like silver.

    “Americans with good character are being maneuvered into a position of helplessness.”

    Amen—a most crucial concept regarding…tomorrows.

    And how’s this for pure future poison:

    “Those humans with a moral conscience are gradually being positioned by Washington and London as “domestic extremists” who might have to be rounded up and placed in detention centers.”

    Many important ideas in this article….

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