This is Essay Twenty-Three in the series Lighten the Load, a back-to-basics re-think of government. What should a government be and do? What should it definitely NOT be and do? What are the underlying basic principles upon which we can all agree? Is government even necessary at all? If so, how much and why? How do we decide, against what criteria?
by Steve Cook
Efforts to inhibit justice
We must ask ourselves this question: what kind of person will actively and dedicatedly negate or inhibit justice and do anything but the basic actions of justice, which is after all but an attempt to establish truth?
What kind of person, for example, will answer the killing of thousands of innocent people with the killing of thousands more innocent people?
The answer is simple: someone who is himself a criminal.
When someone has crimes, when he is pursuing agenda that include the perpetration of counter-survival acts he does not want others to know about, the very last thing he wants the human community to do is to establish a fair and workable justice system.
Any new world order that is not built squarely upon the bedrock of justice will be a turbulent, globalized disorder, a theater of massive crime and an absolute nightmare for decent men.
Were such a system of true, as opposed to pretended, justice ever erected, governments would also have to submit themselves to such an impartial body.
That is why, while criminals infest her governance and dictate her policies, a government will not truly support and assist the creation of a true justice system for the regulation of international and other relations.
A look at most nations reveals that their own internal justice systems are in the process of being undermined, crippled and suborned.
There are those among their elites who know that, should justice become the routine right of all nations and all people, they themselves would be answerable to it for their own acts.
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