Thursday, August 13, 2015

"Oddly enough I support the skinheads in this one."

Some Canadian Prof. left a bunch of coins and whatnot to a violent Virginia Neo-Nazi group. Canadian Courts stopped the bequest as against public policy. I don't know US probate law about giving to criminal organizations, but I suspect it's similar. Freepers seem surprised they come down on the side of the white supremacists. I don't think they read the site like I do - once you start allowing posts about sheboons and pavement monkeys, it would be shocking if you didn't side with skinheads.

Jewbacca gives us the title:
Oddly enough I support the skinheads in this one.
lentulusgracchus seems to have elided the 'violent' detail.
what, we now have (in Canada) a new class of rightless persons legally described as "and we don't like you either"?

Depriving people of property rights is pretty serious business (just ask former AJ Souter). You just don't up and strip people of property rights because their discourse is a) wrong and b) distasteful.

Who are these Canadian jurists -- Beings of Jupiter that can see beyond mere mortal concerns?
Pollster1 explains that it's all about property rights:
I despise skinheads, but it takes a whole lot to overturn a will legitimately, and this greedy sister doesn’t have anywhere near sufficient justification. The money is private property and morally belongs to the racists. I miss the days when the rule of law had less connection to who you knew and how much they liked you and depended primarily on written law.
shibumi acknowledges the violence, but doesn't care because Obama loves Muslims:
"What if it went to, say, ISIS...?"

In that case, The Usurper would have one of his Moslem Brotherhood cronies (you know - the real Cabinet) go to Canada, collet the loot and deliver it personally.

(Or he might cut them a deal and give them a Billion worth of MANPADS and MRAPs in trade for the coins.)
shibumi further explains how Obama is so evil that violent racists should get their money:
Ironic, isn't it?

Folks getting all worked up over $250K in old coins while the US is giving (taxpayer/public funds) a Billion or so to Iran to fund it terror network and openly admitting that the same fort of funding has gone to Al Quaeda and ISIS to crucify Christians and Jews in te Levant. (And probably a few recalcitrant Moslems as well.)

9 comments:

  1. and all is forgiven ... (aka it's ok if you're a christian)

    Anitius Severinus Boethius: "The most effective witnesses for the goodness of Christ's grace seems to be those who sank as far into sin as possible. "

    via "Ben Carson Once Did Fetal Tissue Research (here come the Carson attacks)"

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    1. *(it's ok if you agree with us)

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    2. It's the process by which we get such amazing things as: Bristol Palin, abstinence advocate

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  2. "I miss the days when the rule of law had less connection to who you knew and how much they liked you and depended primarily on written law."

    So, then, for example, marriage equality is OK because it's written law and not about who you like. Right?

    Oh, who am I kidding.

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  3. Sheboons? I had to look that one up. You know, my health is not good, I could keel over any minute. It isn't the porn in my user history that I worry about, but what if I die and the open page on my laptop is something about sheboons? The family would be horrified!

    Thanks, Freeper Madness.

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    1. I read your post yesterday, and I am still chuckling today!

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  4. guilty until proven innocent ...

    Buckeye McFrog:

    (quoting erick erickson) "I just don’t want someone on stage who gets a hostile question from a lady and his first inclination is to imply it was hormonal. It just was wrong."

    and Erickson knows that it was NOT hormonal?

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    1. miss marmelstein races into left field and somehow ends up in lalalalaicanthearyou land ...

      "Seriously, do men ever think about women’s periods? In all the years I was at work - in several different fields - I don’t think one man ever suspected I was dropping dead from extremely bad pains. I’d practically be in a fetal position on the floor and the boss would still ask me questions and give me orders and then step over my prone body. That’s the funny thing about men - they never think of women in a hormone-y way; it actually the opposite. That idiot Fiorina has just said that men thought she was hormonal when she got upset. I say her pants are on fire."

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  5. You just don't up and strip people of property rights because their discourse is a) wrong and b) distasteful.

    No, you do it because The Donald said it's okay! TOTALLY DIFFERENT.

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