Judges are empowered to sit in judgement on all of us
All of us, meaning all persons. Their jurisdiction is not universal, regardless of the convictions of the faithful.
Deeming someone to be mentally ill is a technique used by the system to maintain the appearance of lawful process.
There is case law for the issue of registration of vehicles which show that while ordinary use of a public resource is a right, commercial use is not a right and is subject to licence.
Hobson lying about Maori sovereignty is only a small part of the problem.
It's about Judge Richard Russell's admission of fraud from a September 2011 hearing in Nelson. The topic can be confusing because of the ambiguity of legalese and the legal fictions that are employed in the civil process. It's more of a constitutional issue than a case of a rogue judge.
Or should we be worried about the pressure on judges – who, after all, are required to follow the sentencing guidelines they are given?
Is the purpose if the requirements to serve justice or to serve democracy?
When a judge openly commits fraud due to the "rules", then does that not show that the pursuit of democracy at all costs is dishonourable?