When Injustice Becomes Law

when injustice becomes law

When injustice becomes law, nothing is sacred.¬†When injustice becomes law, Thomas Jefferson’s famous written letter” Declaration of Independence” must be read again! It is the perfect words to wake our nation up from a century of slavery to put it in its proper place as the greatest nation ever created in the history of humanity. Truth and conscience are no longer protected under any act of Congress. Free speech is no longer protected under the first amendment.

A lot of good has come out of the civil rights movement. Many people have gone on to make significant contributions to the world. But in this day and age, when injustice becomes law, we see some of the most creative minds being locked up without trial and treated like animals. The same thing happens with those who try to give us freedom and justice. We see our once the greatest nation and civilization being torn apart right before our very eyes.

This must stop when injustice becomes law. All Americans who value their freedoms and the rule of law should join together now in support of one of our last great institutions here in America – the United States. You see when injustice becomes law; there can be only two results. The first is the immediate restoration of the rights of the people deprived of by that injustice. The second is that the State restores the rights that were violated.

Now then, when injustice becomes law, everyone must defend the Constitution of the United States. That is why the Federalist Paper was written. Because if we allow the Federal government to become judge, jury, and executioner, our government will become nothing more than a constitutional monarchy, ruled by an iron hand. It is up to each of us to protect our Constitution so that our government remains genuinely representative of the people and not of a hereditary elite that believes only power should be defended. Remember, the Constitution was designed to give the people a free choice, not the option of protecting their rights.

You may think that the best way to defend your freedoms is to throw stones back at those who have taken them from you. But throwing rocks is the very definition of what makes you an abuser. If you have ever felt sorry for someone because they have been hurt, then you have become lawless. It is a shame that you live in a world where people mistreat each other.

What better way to make amends for past wrongdoings than to start with yourself. No one is perfect, and no one is infallible, but when you take personal responsibility for your actions, then you will begin to feel justice for your soul and your own body. When justice becomes law, you will not need to fight the injustices of life; you will find a way to forgive those who have wronged you. You will become law-abiding, and that is something that no one can take away from you.

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