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Conflicted Judical Appointments does not a Democracy Make

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Apr 27, 2021 at 17:14

Like it is demonstrated in America, before the takeover of leftist ideologies, the base legal system required subjugation of the Justice network to undergird the subversion of that very system in order to depose the position of the PM (the eighteen month version) while the government was in its most vulnerable condition in a very long time. The current mode of government is oligarchic and democratically challenged; the schisms are definitively working against the current mode of democracy, as it is Scripturally mentioned. Add to that the coming pressures from the revamped American Administrative Chief Executive's team of Iranian Islamic Regime allies and the EU trying to force 'Palestinian' elections for even greater pressure, everything is ready to implode; and they have no clue what they've done.
Now do they?

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