Author: MOS Information team – 6zero4

On his GTV/GETTR live broadcast of January 14, 2022, Mr. Miles Guo discussed the essential difference between an executive order and law. The topic came up when fellow fighters were talking about the latest bombshell news that the SCOTUS ruled to block the Biden Administration’s OSHA vaccine mandate.

Mr. Guo pointed out that “you have not realized how significant the SCOTUS’s ruling is” – while President Biden’s order is an executive order, the SCOTUS’s ruling means a decision made based on the law. He explained that the word “law” originated from the Spanish word of the Spanish Empire era, and “law” basically means “straight”, or, “straight rules” that most people recognize. That is, the contracts between the government and civilians or social entities are under the “people’s ruling”, and any protrusions or offsides of the privilege would be cut off. 

Based on the American Bar Association’s definition, an executive order means “a signed, written, and published directive from the President of the United States that manages operations of the federal government.” One of the most common “presidential” documents in our modern government is an executive order. The United States is built on the foundation of “Separation of Powers”, a doctrine of constitutional law under which the three branches of government (executive, legislative, and judicial) are kept separate. This is also known as the system of checks and balances. Each branch has separate powers, and generally each branch is not allowed to exercise the powers of the other branches. The Legislative Branch exercises congressional power, the Executive Branch exercises executive power, and the Judicial Branch exercises judicial review.

President Biden may have the power of issuing an executive power, but if the SCOTUS has ruled to block it, it means it will set off a series of processes under the legal system. All the evidences will be presented, all experts and scientists will be called on to testify, all the way leading to the investigations into big Pharma, related medical field individuals and organizations, and government officials.

In America, the rule of law is still being advocated and upheld. The mission of law is to deter or to eradicate greed, hatred, evil and malevolence, and it’s the cornerstone of the rule of law and the talisman of democracy & freedom. 

On the other hand, in Communist China or any other authoritarian regimes for that matter, a dictator could impose any unjust orders in the name of executive orders in order to exert his/her will onto the people; as a consequence, any non-conformists or any behaviors that are deemed out of the line will be persecuted, and no legal procedures need to be followed.

Law is of the highest order in democratic countries, while an executive order can be powerful, its scope and intensity of its implementation can be widely questioned and constrained, and its execution duration can be limited or eventually can be negated or abolished by law. 

Author’s note:
Before the CCP took over power in 1949, they seemingly claimed that protests, publishing newspapers, freedom of speech were righteous democratic activities. However, after it came into power in 1949, the CCP made a U turn and announced that all these activities are deemed anti-party, anti-society, and anti-national, and all these were done via the seemingly righteous way of “executive orders”. The CCP is good at using its so-called constitutions to deprive the people of human rights while evading criticism from the world. This just shows how hypocritical the CCP is, and how fearful it is of the rule of law.

References:
Mr. Miles Guo GTV/GETTR live broadcast on January 14, 2022

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