Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Administering a Form of Justice (32)

The illusion of rights compels humanity into servitude and abominable gratitude. When violation of freedom occurs on a level concerning justice, a circle of begging, pleading and expectation is created, allowing the perpetrators time to consolidate their position of power. The distance between the social classes becomes irreparable as people in power revel on their pedestals and conjure up new strategies to prevent the unity of society.

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