Sunday, October 19, 2008

TZ doctrine tenet #7: No more false legislation or accusation

America has been saddled with a ton of bad laws. A bad law is defined as a law based on lies, false allegations, junk science, or dishonest statistics. A good law is defined as a law based on truth, true allegations, sound science, or honest statistics. Good laws are catered to the common people. Bad laws are catered to special interests. Bad laws are the bane of freedom. Bad legislation means tough time for freedom of speech.

Good laws should be obeyed, but bad laws should be challenged. Laws derived from the Rockefeller-based elite are bad laws paved with good intentions. Good intentions do not necessarily make good laws. Most good legislation comes from liberals. Most bad legislation paved with good intentions comes from conservatives. One-sided feminist laws are bad laws. Racial equality laws are good laws, while Jim Crow laws were bad laws. Laws against drugs are bad laws. The government should not intervene against people's actions unless they impede upon the rights of others. Bad laws cost America billions of dollars and led to incarceration of millions of otherwise law-abiding people.

Bad cases make bad laws, and celebrity cases often reinforce age-old myths. The biggest myth is that the high-profile O.J. Simpson case is likely to reinforce the myth that domestic violence is a one-way street (male against female) and its corollary that male-perpetrated domestic violence is an outgrowth of masculinity. This myth is a big distortion. The truth is that domestic violence is a two-way street, not a one-way street. Like church and state, gender politics must be separated from the domestic violence issue. Female-perpetrated domestic violence is more rampant than people think.

Part of the dark side of feminism is that feminist laws, which can be bad laws, can erode freedom of speech. You must not put gender equality ahead of freedom of speech. The right to portray women in whatever way the media industry wants should hold precedence over the right to object to it. Gender politics must be separated from media controversy. Remember the words of Milton Friedman:
A society that puts equality—in the sense of equality outcome—ahead of freedom will end up with neither equality, nor freedom. The use of force to achieve equality will destroy freedom, and the force, introduced for good purposes, will end up in the hands of the people who use it to promote their own interests. On the other hand, a scoiety that puts freedom first will, as a happy by-product, end up with both greater freedom and greater equality.
Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, stated that the object of good government is the care of human life and happiness, not their destruction. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, stated that mercy bears better results than strict justice. The Tedius Zanarukando Doctrine makes more sense than the doctrine of the mainstream, despite what as those feminists believe.

Legislation based on false premises or fabricated statistics or such laws that cops enforce will not solve society's problems. Such laws hurt people in many ways, and clog up the courts and prisons with otherwise law-abiding citizens. Laws based on false premises cost millions of dollars a year in taxpayer money, and they divide and destroy families and perpetuate lies and encourage crime.

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