Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (11)

There is a barren island in a smothering sea, which prides itself on upholding righteousness to safeguard the freedom of its gullible citizens.

On this island, justice deviates in many ways, and one of the most conniving methods to keep minds incarcerated by flawed laws is that of slander.

Story tellers are appreciated by justice and they are rewarded for their warped, imaginative plots. They are considered honest citizens for complying with legislation, and justice bestows its honour on the unworthy.

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