Monday, December 6, 2010

Administering a Form of Justice (35)

The absence of a trickle of blood satisfies a population that has relinquished the power of thought. The travels undertaken by words through the years have enriched the capability of venting contemporary definitions to define a momentary cause. In a malfunctioning democracy, an injustice is veiled behind a cacophony of verbal utterances that serve to widen the ambivalence between the spectators and executioners, conveniently eliminating the necessity of an impartial narrator.

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