Sunday, September 10, 2006

The Relevance of Jurisprudence

The study of jurisprudence not only gives a renewed sense of meaning to the term ‘law’, but it also guides the student in understanding the intricacies of life. To the learned reader, the word ‘Jurisprudence’ results in an explosion of thoughts…

What we can safely hope to learn:

• The Definition of Law

The understanding and application of law, as it will be observed, is not a simple process of learning and regurgitating legal norms and rules. “He who cannot draw on three thousand years is living from hand to mouth” said the Goethe, the philosopher. Similarly without knowing the history and present of evolution of law, one will never be able to claim to understand it and attempt to direct its course properly.

• Law and Morality

What are the origins of law? Should law be based on moral principles? If yes, where do these moral values emanate from? Is there a universal concept of morality/goodness that can form the basis of these laws? Is there a need for homogenization of morality in the world? The variety of cultures existing in this world make it very difficult to maintain a common standard of good and evil, moral and immoral. If law should not be made dependent on morality, does this legitimize for example, a rule that all blue eyed babies should be murdered? Should this law be followed and respected?

• The Scope of Law

What is Law’s social engineering potential? Does it guide people’s behaviour or do certain groups of persons get together at various points in time and mould the laws depending on other factors such as the economic situation? Karl Marx for example, explains in Das Capita how factory legislation was purposely tampered with to suit the needs of the bourgeois capitalists in order to further their economic aims.

• Law & Ideology

Is law based on ideologies such as equality, justice, freedom, fraternity etc? Are these ideologies important for the success of peace and order and respect for the law? Are these ideologies existent to suit the needs of certain people at any point in time?

• Natural law & Positivism

The popular Latin adage is “Lex injusta non est lex” ( an unjust law is not a law). Hence if law is not based on natural law, that is norms of a moral nature, then are we obliged to follow them? What about the army men under the tyrannical rule of the Nazis Reichstaag? Should they have obeyed the rule knowing it is unjust? (ref Nazi grudge informer cases)

• Teleological & Deontological approach to Law

Should law be directly influenced by the practical realities of life and the policies(teleological approach) of the government or should it be a ‘higher’ form of law by reflecting principles(deontological approach). Eg putting life of a person in a vegetative stage on life support systems to an end? Flood gates argument


1. Freeman, M D A., Lloyd’s Introduction to Jurisprudence, 7th ed. Sweet and Maxwell: UK
2. The dialogues of Plato
3. Sophie’s World by Jostein Gaarder


Blogger Ghyslaine ROC said...

Since I became repeatedly a victim of the non-democratic established Laws (a heritage and product of monarchism, imperialism, colonialism, racism, Atheism, capitalism, and an absolutely immoral world order) and their corrupt Judges and Courts, I have always hated most man-made laws. Even if the Laws were established ‘democratically’, I would still be just an ‘Anarchist’ although not the like of Pr Noam Chomsky or many other Jewish/Atheist/Communist revolutionaries. Three Magistrates of Mauritius threatened to throw me in jail as well as three magistrates/judges in the UK. Jews and Zionists are running the judiciary in the UK and France as well as in many European countries including Germany.
Western laws are completely flawed because they were and are still established under the rule of tyrannical kings, dictators (so-called democratically elected Presidents and Prime Ministers). The Law was/is always right under Stalin, Mao, Hitler, Major, Kennedy, Nixon, Clinton, Bush, Blair, Putin, Sharon and all war-mongering dictators and tyrants as long as they stay the victors militarily, but as soon as they are vanquished by a superior force their laws are deemed bad by the victors when that suits them.

Currently all Islamic laws are deemed archaic, barbaric, cruel, and not at all suited for the “modern” world, meaning the world ruled by western military powers. Why? Because the Muslim armies have been defeated by every non Muslim army that they faced.

“Lex injusta non est lex”. Justice, like the term « democracy », exists only in theory. Today, unjust (including racist) laws are passed everyday by those in power. For example, the European Union regularly passes laws against Muslims or in favour of homosexuals, Jews and Zionists. People are prosecuted, fined and imprisoned for committing the “crime” of thinking, speaking, writing, researching, questioning, or even practicing their religion. Both Islam and Christianity are targeted by the Zionist-controlled judiciary!

Those in power are all puppets of corporations: Government, Police, Army, Judiciary. The balance of powers exists only on paper. All “democracies” are in fact dictatorships. All corporations are financed by usurious bankers. At the end of the day, USURIOUS BANKERS MAKE LAWS IN THE INTEREST OF THEIR SHAREHOLDERS AND RULE (AGAINST) THE PEOPLE AND THE WHOLE WORLD!

Where is the evidence? Amongst others, all the evidence are contained in the following few video documentaries:

The US Annual Financial Report
Monopoly Men
Money Masters
The power of the Corporate Media
David Icke in Revelations of a Mother Goddess (Arizona Wilder)

Mass murderer Bush said he was above the Law! Mass murderer Blair did not give a dam about International Law! A US Judge said:


In occupied Arabia, and some African/Asian countries, Islamic Law is used only against the poor or by Western agents in order to discredit Islam and the Muslims!

Ghyslaine ROC
Sunday 8th of April 6007

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