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Support the rule of law, Constitution

October 20, 2020 | pelzfibj | No Comments

first_imgThere is an old adage that happens to be biblical that states: “You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free.” This statement is predominant in our very First Amendment to the Constitution; freedom of religion and freedom of the press. Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Consider this fact: If truth sets us free, how can there be a “free” press that is full of lies and innuendo? How can “religion” be free if also filled with lies? To go further, how can our country be free if liars rule us? The truth must be upheld by the rule of law and the willing hearts of those involved in it. It was written, near our founding as a nation, that the Constitution was written for a God-fearing people who would “regulate” themselves — not for those who would not. How can that be?  If truth is not adhered to by the heart of the people, we get the chaos and law breaking that we see predominant in the Unites States today. Men are falling just by accusation and you have wicked women, unmarried but “living with a man” (or even another woman), passing judgment on sexual improprieties of others causing their fall without even a trial. “People are to be considered innocent until proven guilty” is another bedrock of our Constitution. The truth is being trampled just as it was in the time of the crucifixion of Christ who, before Pilate, was found not guilty. But the mob mentality called for his death and was appeased. There are evil people who are destroying the foundation of our nation by disavowing the rule of law (our leaders here in New York amongst them). Do not be as they are. Support the police, and I can vouch especially for the Schenectady Police Department, and support the rule of law.Barry GroatSchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationSchenectady police reform sessions pivot to onlineEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Schenectady man dies following Cutler Street dirt bike crashlast_img read more

first_imgCarlo Ancelotti was relieved of his coaching duties at German giants Bayern Munich, in the aftermath of an historic 3-0 loss to Paris Saint-Germain. The defeat by the Bavarian to the Nouveau-Riche of European football was the heaviest suffered in 21 years on Europe’s biggest stage.Affectionately nicknamed Carletto, the latest dismissal represents the third (Chelsea-2011, Real Madrid-2015 and Bayern Munich-2017) of such in the last six years of his managerial career. Just how badly have things turned out to be for a manager who was voted IFFHS World’s best coach-2007, 2014?Upon the departure of Pep Guardiola in 2016, at the expiration of his three year managerial contract at Bayern Munich, the club announced the immediate acquisition of Ancelotti as the replacement for the Spaniard. Here, was a manager that had won domestic titles in every country he had coached in and remains the only coach to have won the UEFA Champions League title three times(AC Milan-2003, 2007 and Real Madrid-2014).He was a winner by all standards, but was he necessarily going to fit into Bayern’s somewhat unusual tradition and language barrier? First, he employed his son Davide, who had a good mastery and understanding of the German language as an assistant. The season kicked-off, Bayern were winning, but not with that swagger, dominance and almost invincibility associated with the team under Guardiola’s rein.There were rumours that senior players Philip Lahm and Xabi Alonso complained to the club hierarchy, led by President Uli Hoeness and Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge concerning the training methods of the Italian tactician. After voicing out their discontent, were, there any surprises the duo both retired at the end of the season and equally turned down the chance at different times of request to become Carletto’s right hand man. Coincidental right?The current season hasn’t gone according to plan for Bayern Munich and there are rumours that five players, chief among them Arjen Robben, had complained about Ancelotti’s methods. The result was a sack issued to the highly successful Italian manager.Despite the latest misadventure which has led to Ancelotti coming out to publicly state he wants to take a 10-month break from coaching, we simply cannot take anything away from the achievements of a man who has coached and won domestic titles in Italy, England, Spain, France and Germany, failing to win a league title in just the Spanish La Liga.As the 58-year-old nomadic manager embarks on yet another sabbatical, what is almost certain, is Ancelotti will favour a fresh challenge in a new environment when he returns and you can count on him winning a league title in his first full season in-charge of the ‘chosen’ club.Relatedlast_img read more