Saturday, February 27, 2010

Administering a Form of Justice (24)

Justice and bureaucracy are inseparable companions. Prosecutors are enamoured of the prestige that comes with their positions and narrators are obliged to exercise caution and patience to avoid unwarranted accusations. In systems that parade the proclamation of innocence until guilt is proven, the administration of justice gorges itself on the self-satisfaction that the majority of the population embraces the parody and alienates itself with documents that demonstrate the seal of higher authorities.

Administering a Form of Justice (23)

There are occasions when the malevolent form of justice teams up with diplomacy and incarcerating borders to create another realm of melancholy. Unity needs to transcend the barriers of ownership and seek refuge within the confines of philosophies that battle extreme desolation with the flaming beacon of resistance.

Distances (8)

In the emptiness created by circumstance, the invisible narrator and the foundations that constitute the parody of freedom meet to share the lament created by an erring justice system. In their cloistered existence, the narrator and the parody of freedom reveal their identity, with the realisation that not even freedom is safe from annihilation. Justice continues to smile patronisingly, allowing prosecutors to assert their position over innocence. Distances allude participants with the notion of protection and observers are guaranteed the pretence that ethics are an extension of impeccable judgement.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Resistance (2)

Resistance is the form of logic that transcends hatred. The oppressed that move from hatred to resistance defy the core of oppression that waits for people to ensnare themselves into exploiting their own fears, thus submitting incessantly to need. Resistance defies the concept of need as freedom ceases to depend on acquiescence, and blends itself with revolutionary philosophy.

"I have said all along that vengeance holds no place in a revolutionary's heart." Fidel Castro

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Need (2)

Leaders of democratic politics are effective censors. They coerce society into submission by creating the necessity to conform. The dependent society looks up to its leaders and fails to articulate its discontent, because participation in elections mutes the natural freedom of thought.

Society has to realise that the misrepresenting leaders it elects are bound by need, and they gain their strength from exploiting the natural freedom of people to nurture their own philosophy.

In a democratic society, thought appears to be just as treacherous as it is considered to be in other forms of political approach.

Distances (7)

The distance imposed on the exiled narrator would not be a testimony in history. Anonymous faces who suffer turmoil in the hands of treacherous justice are silenced within the vast confines of time. The anonymous face has no flourishing signature to add to the biography, but an incessant ability that thrives on instinct and survival - characteristics that are the opposite of the merciless laws that uphold fabrication as truth. The exiled narrator holds a firm faith that the entity of time will unravel to betray its metaphoric mystery.