At what level does the cost of justice become injustice. – An Idea before the inevitable Question to come, in another conversation.
I am looking to hear from commenters' who accept Zimbardo’s hypotheses on Evil; imagine it a pre-requisite to getting a thumbs-up.
There is a lesson to be learned from this topic; will you be a “hero” or continue the evil by being “passive” about it?
Big-Businesses, shipping world wide are subject to outside-quality-control. Our industry of courts are a value-adding-chain-of-operations [With no outside-quality-control] with many players. The operators are the lawyers, judges and hundreds of specialists and other court officials; the whole being “very big business.” They all must be paid; but with whose money? And then of course there is a value-added-tax that goes to our government. What is the cost of a divorce; for many in the middle class it is their entire wealth. Do you find this immoral?
Can you imagine this value-adding-chain being like a Train that you get on for the ride; and can’t get off until the final destination?
Do you have the courage to say this is an evil business train; not unlike another “story of trains” we know in history? Is that much evil, a function of a few bad apples, or a function of the business organization itself? People lose their homes by tiny-fraudulent-steps which are sold by Realtors. Deed-Notaries allow for fraudulent conveyances! And plaintiff’s lie “a-little.” And Judges hastily grant unconscionable court orders. At every stage of the chain, “just a little bit of evil” is added; the total delivers death; death by a thousand cuts.When will we be able to bring the criminals to justice in the criminal courts?
When are we going to overturn the money changers tables? Will you just say there is nothing you can about it.
Closing Statement from Don Wesley
It has provided us with the names of commentors who are seeking the right path to justice.
They must be honored.
They are to be trusted.
I am truly a better person, having talked to them.
Don [From The Silent Generation - the 30's]