Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Administering a Form of Justice (31)
Exile within a democracy is sanctioned by justice and carefully altered to blend in the atmosphere of alienation surrounding the people. Victims are created out of a fabricated conspiracy and the solution of exile soothes a frayed conscience that beholds justice as a chore. Meanwhile, the silent autobiography seeks to conquer an illusion of justice presiding over fabricated borders, and the cry from the island of contradictory landscapes wafts closer to expose the fiction created on a fictitious island.