Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Administering a Form of Justice (39)

Silence renders justice a valuable form of servitude. It protects the irregularities sanctioned by law, enabling justice to act as oppressor. Society's lenience with the concept of trust has resulted in the spectre of false comforts to refrain from questioning the role of authority. Society has been corrupted by justice in the pursuit of reducing dignity to the quagmire of terminology to be debated and framed for future reference. Justice continues to assert its role as the greatest immoral entity of social deprivation, persisting in isolating invisible narrators within the confines of imposed acquiescence.

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