Itbank December 29, 2012, 16:54
In the UK and many other countries it is aaoimxtic that the judiciary be independent of the legislature. That is clearly not the case in Sweden, which also has what might be politely described as a government with radical feminist yearnings.Rape trials are held in secret before a judge, who is appointed by the government. The judge is accompanied by two politicians, one from each of the two major parties, one of which will therefore be in government. See the , 3:10 3:52. So the judge and one of the politicians will always reflect the view of the government-with-radical-feminist-yearnings. Even if the politician representing the opposition disagrees with the verdict, he or she will always be outvoted by two to one. Such a system obviously could not function as intended if there were a jury, ergo, no jury. How nice and simple.So a fair trial each and every time? Oh, pur-leease!!
mister November 14, 2012, 07:21
Can’t see the video, only audio :(
smdahl October 15, 2012, 07:58
The older interpretations of Sharia law punishments only survive in places like Saudi Arabia (chop chop square is the obvious example) where the colonial powers have established and maintained the rule of dictatorship families. The West has consistently supported these dictators because they are able to control them through bribery etc. A modern Arab bloc would be much more democratic simply because the colonial powers would not be able to control it.
If the huge western blocs were to give up their ridiculous desire for "full spectrum dominance", the persecuted peoples would have no reason to create a "Muslim bloc".
Micheal October 4, 2012, 09:54
Alakazaam-information found, problem solved, thakns!
Jonny October 3, 2012, 00:34
Cretaed the greatest articles, you have.
Mesi October 2, 2012, 04:39
I did a *happy dance* as soon as I heard the news of his extradition going thguorh. He still has one avenue of appeal though, if there is a wider issue of public importance . I don’t think his own self-important opinion of himself really counts, but sure, I think he will try to appeal again.
Our October 1, 2012, 19:31
I liked this episode quite a lot.I haven’t read the books so I’ve got some iuesss with catching up with all the family relations and whatnots and I do agree with the other comments that it is moving super quick it seems like they are preparing to be not renewed for enough seasons to say all they want to say and are trying to fit in as much as possible.The Dothraki storyline seems a bit more boring to me for the time being, but as I haven’t read the books I can’t really say if it’s an accurate depiction or not of their world. I sooo wanna know what the deal is with those dragon eggs I’m just waiting for the moment a baby dragon comes out of it and eats the lunatic brother’s head Thanks for the review. Great to follow you as always!Cheers
Ruleoflawforall June 1, 2012, 02:33
Who will speak about the extradition to Sweeden and the secret proceedings.
Gemma Peter May 31, 2012, 19:41
I think that the way the media pushes the agenda towards show the punishment side of Sharia law is because the regulations side of the law deals with things like economics and some of the ideas with regards to trade may be useful in combating the out of control financial sector.
Choam Nomsky May 29, 2012, 10:49
These two guys want a country where the government and rule of law is based on their preferred bible. Really bad idea. My suggestion is get a library card. Then got to library and start reading about human history. After several months reflect on the fact that no matter what history books who have read, there is a common thread, which is sectarianism, nationalism, racism etc. etc. will all lead to conflict. Still want a religious state? Why are you guys living in Western Europe? WTF?