May 10, 2019
I really don’t understand why we put people like this behind bars.
At some point, does nobody in the jury just lean back in their seat and say to themselves, “wow, this is some legit shit. This is too cool to send someone to jail over.”
You’d think that it would happen, but it never seems to.
I weep for humanity.
Fake German heiress Anna Sorokin has been sentenced to four to 12 years in prison for swindling tens of thousands of dollars from banks and hotels that she used to bankroll her lavish New York lifestyle.
Naturally, she’s a Russian.
The 28-year-old con artist was sentenced in a Manhattan court on Thursday following her conviction last month on multiple counts of grand larceny and theft of services.
Sorokin, who played with her own tabloid image during the trial with different fashion choices, pressed her hand to her face, squeezed her eyes shut and sobbed after her sentenced was handed down.
Judge Diane Kiesel said Sorokin had been ‘blinded by the glitter and glamour of New York City’ as she turned to fraud to finance a life she could never afford.
‘I am stunned by the depth of the defendant’s deception,’ Kiesel said. ‘Ms Sorokin didn’t have big money. All she had was a big scam.’
She had a dream too. A dream that you people shattered. For shame.
You know, Ms. Sorokin wouldn’t be sent to jail in the ethnostate, and I’ll tell you why.
There will be an exception written in the law for “White Pypol Crimes.”
These will be defined by the defendant pulling off anything that is legitimately impressive or funny or inspiring and being White while doing it.
This will encourage a new, better class of criminals.
No more boring hiring of n-words to do a B and E at the local loan shark’s office. No. As a society, we need to encourage creativity in all spheres and walks of life. If you pull a scam where you role-play as a wealthy German heiress, then you get a nod from Judge Roy and you get to keep half the money you stole in exchange for getting your cover blown so that you can never con again.
A much fairer deal than what she got.
In addition to the prison sentence, Sorokin was ordered to pay nearly $200,000 in restitution and $24,000 in fines.
Her defense attorney Todd Spodek wouldn’t comment on how Sorokin was paying his legal fees. He also declined to answer questions on whether Sorokin is receiving any money from the Netflix or HBO deals currently in the works.
As the system is structured now, clever people keep even cleverer people in check using vast state resources and a powerful spying apparatus that is dedicated solely to keeping dumb people safe… for no discernible reason.
And we all know that dumb people are naturally predisposed towards getting rich and then getting robbed.
This is the natural circle of life and we, as a society, should not interfere with it. Toadies and clever idiots are always favored by society and find advancement, even though it is detrimental to the group as a whole if their kind is allowed to consistently get ahead.
The Robin Hood or the con artist is a valuable counterweight to the destructive influence of, say, the trust fund kid or the corrupt bureaucrat or the bumbling Boomer.
There’s so much to unpack here, but it’s really simple when you think about it step by step.
Basically, if a society allows fools to have money, that society is not long for this world. Fools must be parted from their money by cleverer people because they cannot be trusted with that wealth.
Wealth concentrated in unworthy hands leads to evil.
In a very real sense, con men are just like vultures. Scary and dark, but also a valuable part of the ecosystem, doing the hard work of clearing out the dead weight.
And a society that allows dumb people to have access to vast amounts of wealth is shooting itself in the foot.
Look at what happened to America with the Boomer experiment.
Mentally retarded man-children ran this civilization into the ground because the American con man was hunted down to the verge of extinction, and now the fodder is stacking up and stinking up the place!
Basically, what I’m saying is that this chick needs to be sprung from jail.
She performed a valuable service for society and no one appreciates her but me. If we lived in a sane society, she’d be asked to lose a few pounds and then have a few state-sponsored rounds of plastic surgery, so that she could play herself on a True Crime special.
I keep hearing that Trump did good reforming the judicial system, but stories like this make me wonder just how much further we have to go.