“Rex est lex, animata et loquens” and more people who don’t speak English

That’s a quote from King Charles 1st of England. What it means is “The King IS the Law, living and speaking”. Not just that the King is ABOVE all Law, but that he IS that law. James 1st, who authorized a translation of the Bible, put it a it more “humbly” (if you can consider Royalistic Hubris like this crap “humility”) “A Deo rex, a rege lex” meaning that the Law comes from the King, and the King, (of course) comes from God.
My brother mentioned to me that a Tarrant County, Texas District Attorney quizzed him at Jury Selection and asked if any of his family had ever been “in trouble with the Law”. In the Common and Incorrect usage of the English Language that is assumed to mean “been targeted by the Police”. Meaning, the Police or in this case their Never-wavering Advocate the DA consider themselves to Be The Law, in their own persons, Living and Speaking. What a load of Lying Self-Delusional Crap.

Any Pigs reading this, you are NOT “The Law”. You never were and never will be. You are officers of the courts but that doesn’t make you “The Law” and you really ought to get off your God-Damned High Horse about it.

James 1st and Charles 1st, just like Every Other Literal Son-of-a-whore King of England were un-Godly men, the worst and most vicious murderers to ever bear the title “English”. They were as blasphemous as they were bloodthirsty, just like Modern Cops. Their murders, thefts and whorings were all sanctified by the “holy” Church as being the privileges of Monarchy. Even the two who are poised to take the throne today, (Charles and his equally Inbred Bastard-get William, it’s a toss-up..) once Charles’ Wrinkled Regal Bitch Momma croaks…

Even they aren’t unstained by their Family Legacy of Murder and Sexual Degradation. The only requirement to being King in England, though, is that you have to be the eldest surviving heir (which means, if you had an unfortunate hunting accident where your elder brother was shot by your arrows, three times, accidentally, of course, and you attempted to stave the grievous head wound by amputation, and your poor, poor brother, alas, did not survive the emergency medical procedure….thus, with a heavy heart, you have to take up the crown when dear old Dad and Mum croak accidentally choking on the poison wine… it’s a harsh life and much responsibility, and all the servants, money, castles, servants, especially women or if you prefer boys manservants aren’t nearly enough to compensate….)

My brother, by the way, answered “Yes” and the DA promptly excluded him from the Jury Pool. Mustn’t have somebody whose life-experience has been tainted by Evidence that “The Policeman is Always Right and Never Lies” bullshit propaganda is false, now must we?

Especially in a “fair and impartial” trial where all the evidence is provided by the Rex est Lex PIGS.

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Recovering Texan. Christian while and at the same time Anarchist. (like Tolstoy only without the beard, for now) Constantly on the lookout for things which have relevance to things I already know. Autistic. Proud to be Ex- air force. Out of the killing machine for 27 years 4 months and 5 days woohoo!
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2 Responses to “Rex est lex, animata et loquens” and more people who don’t speak English

  1. My brother mentioned to me that a Tarrant County, Texas District Attorney quizzed him at Jury Selection and asked if any of his family had ever been “in trouble with the Law”. In the Common and Incorrect usage of the English Language that is assumed to mean “been targeted by the Police”. Meaning, the Police or in this case their Never-wavering Advocate the DA consider themselves to Be The Law, in their own persons, Living and Speaking. What a load of Lying Self-Delusional Crap.

    Interesting.

    I always assumed “in trouble with the law” meant “broken any laws”, and I always assumed that was the questioner’s assumption in asking that question (and my answer to that would be “no”; yes, I was ticketed for a moving violation once, but I fought the ticket and won, so as far as the law is concerned, my record is clean).

    Your brother thought that meant “offended any policeman”? Who is here assuming that the police is the law?

  2. Avatar Brother Jonah says:

    The Police assume they’re the Law. It has become such common usage in American English that many non-police have taken the same position.

    We are taught from childhood, from kindergarten and even in Day Care now, that The Policeman Does No Wrong.

    You could try to tell that to Oscar Grant or Alyanna Jones or Etta Collins. Except they’re dead. Not convicted of anything but executed anyway. By “the law” in the person of the police officers who murdered them.

    There’s a phrase “Blue Wall” where, whenever a police officer is accused of any crime every PIG in America leaps to the defense of their comrade. Etta Collins was shot through a wooden door and the PIG who slaughtered her got away with saying that he “saw” a gun in her hand.

    Every PIG in Dallas and the rest of America jumped to his defense. The really Stupid “Back the Badge” MORONS accepted what their Pig Masters told them.
    Blue Wall SUCCESS! Miss Etta was in her 80s, couldn’t see without her glasses and at night couldn’t see regardless.
    Alyanna Jones was 6 years old, sleeping in her grandma’s living room and shot through the outside wall.
    Oscar Grant was held down and shot in the back on the pavement.

    There’s a long list of such incidents, so many that there’s no way I can adopt the “Back the Badge, the Policeman is Always Right” Blue Wall mentality nor can I passively sit back and accept it in subservient silence.

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