Kritarchy: Soros-Funded Prosecutors Letting Criminals Go Free

Article author: 
Chris Menahan
Article publisher: 
Information Liberation
Article date: 
19 September 2019
Article category: 
National News
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CAIRCO Note: Democracy is rule by the people. Kritarchy is rule by judges.


Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday showed how billionaire George Soros effectively bought a bunch of District Attorney seats for far-left Democrats who are outright refusing to prosecute criminals for serious crimes. 


CARLSON: One of the left's big causes in the past several years has been so-called Criminal Justice Reform. What does that mean exactly? It sounds like something you'd be for.
Over the past few years, left-wing billionaire George Soros has spent about $13.4 million on District Attorney races across the country in 17 states. He spent that money because it's an effective use of money.
Without passing a single law, without the democratic process really working itself out, a single DA can completely remake or unmake a city's Criminal Justice System. It's happened across the country.
One of the Soro's biggest wins in recent years was the election of Larry Krasner as the District Attorney in Philadelphia. So we went to Philadelphia to investigate the effect of crashers win on the city and this is what we found.



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Congressman Ken Buck is a Republican from Colorado. He introduced an amendment that would apply a Red Flag to those gang members on databases, but the Democrats voted it down. Interesting.
Here's Tucker's excellent interview with Rep. Buck:



A Reader Can't Make Wikipedia See Reason On Kritarchs, VDare, September 2, 2019:

As I expected (see my previous note) the Wikipedia page that was the source of the suggestion that "Kritarchy" was "reverted" by some dude who seems to get automatic alerts whenever someone uses an "untrustworthy source."...

... there are, or have been, functioning kritarchies in Somalia, Ireland, Iceland, and, arguably, the present-day United States....

Wikipedia—worth what you pay for it....

The unrelenting falsification of Wikipedia, Fred Elbel, CAIRCO, September 13, 2019.