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"Rule of Law" a Corrupt and Bankrupt Western System   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-6-16 10:01:51 |Display all floors
This post was edited by timbatu at 2012-6-16 22:26

1. The US has too many laws. The laws are cumbersome and convoluted. Even the lawyers are not familiar with it.

2. The US legal decisions are overwhelmingly political decisions. The rulings mostly disregard the facts and the facts of laws.

3. The US lawyers charge expensively and they do not promote positive result to the society. This creates unfair rich lawyers who are not deserving. The lawyers are social scientists. Their training lacks factual way to verify correctness. As a result, they prone to severe bias, corruption and errors.

Conclusion, Western Rule of Law is a useless, corrupt and bankrupt system, that China MUST avoid. The Western Rule of Law can bankrupt the US, it will also bankrupt any country who dare to use the system.

Solutions:

1. Laws must be concise, precise, minimal and well organized.

2. Laws should be maintained in easily searchable database for all people.

3. Lawyers are not needed if people want rule of law. Perhaps, robots who respect facts and logic are needed. Natural scientists, of Li Ke 理科, are much suitable to be judges or lawyers.

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Post time 2012-6-16 10:05:08 |Display all floors

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Post time 2012-6-16 11:36:29 |Display all floors
Your solutions missed a rather important point...
Laws are to be obeyed and enforced, rots of ruck with that in the PRC.
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Post time 2012-6-16 22:27:04 |Display all floors
jay_dee Post time: 2012-6-16 11:36
Your solutions missed a rather important point...
Laws are to be obeyed and enforced, rots of ruck w ...

I am talking about a higher level, above your daily struggle in the street.

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Post time 2012-6-16 23:19:57 |Display all floors
I'm pro-China but in favour of the so-called "Western" rule of law. Yes, it is imperfect; but it can be improved. I am also certain that the PRC is moving in that direction. Considerable patience is required. Wild emotions and impractical suggestions do not help. Common sense is not "Western"- it is human. East - West: all human. If you were a true Marxist you'd understand that. As for the crazy "Christian", he is the OPPOSITE of Jesus!
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Post time 2012-6-16 23:23:56 |Display all floors
Ted180 Post time: 2012-6-16 23:19
I'm pro-China but in favour of the so-called "Western" rule of law. Yes, it is imperfect; but it can ...
Common sense is not "Western"- it is human. East - West: all human. If you were a true Marxist you'd understand that.


Right on!

  
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Post time 2012-6-16 23:26:40 |Display all floors
I kind of agree with you on this one.

We do have too many laws and I agree with you about the lawyers.

Justice should not be about who has the most money to hire the best attorney.

Right or wrong, it comes down to money.  

If you're rich, you can be above the law as anything can be dealt with by signing a check.

That's not justice to me.
   
  
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