Statism's Assembly Line



Woe Unto You Lawyers (Originally posted at

Woe Unto You Lawyers, Rodell quotes, biblically,

exposing myriads of lies that the law purports to be:

The lie that you’re a person, instead of just a man;

The person birthed is DOA, a corporate fiction-scam.

The lie that you have money, when credit’s all there is;

The lie that you can pay a debt with crackle, pop, fizz-fizz

The lie that you are citizen, then forced to swear the same;

for it is by admission that your subjugation damns;

The lie that law is honorable, when lawyers but distract

convincing you that what you see must be a solid fact

The lie that judges show, somehow, impartiality,

when their job wholly rests with perpetuity

The lie that judges, lawyers can fairly rule themselves;

while acting with impunity, above reproach they’re found.

The lie that lawyers garner a measure of respect,

when all of them are lying whores, their own job to protect.

The lie that "law" exists, when factually, there’s none -

The judge re-writes it all the time, sic: "interpretation"

The lie that there is truth in what’s called government;

I have a finger straight and true, with pointed, clear, intent.

If one but questions what the rules presented forth are meant to be,

they’ll soon discover that the "law" is but hypocrisy.


See, if someone disagrees with "government," "government's" reaction is to start name calling, labeling, and/or vilifying the dissenter. This is because THERE ARE NO FACTS TO SUPPORT THEIR CLAIMS...

(Extending my finger in the Govna's direction.)

Suverans2's picture

Enjoying the poetry on your website very much. Thank you.

"...catch them at their game, and ask them to "present"
the clear and static meaning of what each word has meant.
They’ll stutter, and they’ll distract, they’ll beat upon the desk
But if you watch them closely, you’ll see their game’s a mess." ~ Excerpted from Represent by Counter Thespianage

Suverans2's picture

"When I was mulling over the notion of writing this book, I outlined my ideas about the book, and about the law, to a lawyer who is not only able but also extraordinarily frank and perceptive about his profession. “Sure,” he said, “but why give the show away?” That clinched it." ~ F.R.

Woe Unto You Lawyers by Fred Rodell, Professor of Law, Yale University (Written in 1939)

Thank you, again, Counter Thespianage!