Rookh Kshatriya is the creator of the Anglobitch blog, The Anglobitch Thesis and the author of Havok: How Anglo-American Feminism Ruined Society. All the major institutions of the Anglosphere are encoded with puritanical repression, which in turn nurtures misandrist Anglo-American feminism. Yet many other countries and cultural blocs share a repressive heritage, yet do not […]
Excellent blog post that details the negative aspects of the common law which include the law of precedents which means that cases which were wrongfully decided, and there are many, become legal precedent for future cases.
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