Saturday, September 4, 2010
Administering a Form of Justice (28)
Wherever justice lurks, there lies the murder of a voice. The incompetence of malfunctioning justice is beheld in the theory that advocates an imposed estrangement. With a penchant for appearing supreme and fair, justice feeds on calculated oppression to retain its prestige. On the fictitious island, justice conceals itself and applauds when its spectre looms over invisible narrators, congratulating itself on the fortune of reigning over a society that is all too willing to become an accomplice in conspiracy.