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How the justice system and money can say much about government corruption
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Our Justice system is corrupt, our government is corrupt, how should the people react and what is the evidence behind this supposition? If your thinking leaks that Joseph Snowden has submitted to the public showing governments illegal acts towards the United States people is the proof I say your wrong.
The proof is right under your nose, and on the t.v, it lies in homelessness, it lies with those that have had to spend hundreds of dollars for getting minor misdemeanors like "Public Intoxication" for falling asleep at bus stops and being put in jail for it.
How does this show our government system is corrupt you ask? Have you heard of the Ethan Couch case? did you know he did not just commit two severe illegal acts that night.
How does this affect our view upon the justice system?
How does this affect our view on money?
How are those of the lower and social middle class affected by the decisions made and what does this tell and teach our youth?
Should this decision be revoked and a new decision in place that is more equal to the crime that Ethan Couch has committed?
If Couch were to receive a proper punishment would we forget about how money can easily change our justice system?
While ignoring the injustice of the poor, sick, disabled and indebted?
and if somewhere someone of an even higher status title such as president, or governor were to commit these same crimes how would would the justice system punish that?
Or would it be kept under wraps? with enough money.
Why can the rich pay their way out of murder?
Closing Statement from Jess Diaz
My dear brother - as in human brother living on this planet we all need in order to survive on.
Your thinking very much like mine. Despite the technology we have today we have still forgotten the greatest advantage that we have in this resource - the ability to communicate.
I believe that in a sense in order to change all the communities we need to start with our neighbors, those that live next door, and spread the feeling of trust. A trust like one that was discussed in another ted talks.
The barriers that are keeping us from becoming one world one community is that there are too many voices, too many opinions. When what I think we need to do is find the opinion of the fundamental question.
As a people living on this planet what do we as humans need in order to not waste our resources, help each other with so that everyone has access to at least the basic needs of food, life, health. No matter what race, religion, color, we all should desire one thing - the right to life and not feeling alone.
I saw a documentary I'm sure many have seen this "One day on Earth". People from around the world can submit videos of their daily lives then I believe we can submit a video where everyone in the world can voice what they feel the world needs to become a more peace society or have a more successful society for all.
We need to learn to move past the petty issues and try and see the whole picture - If there was food and water for all we could all have a healthy life, if we all had access to education we could learn from our mistakes and create solutions as one. In a perfect world i suppose.
Thank you again for participating.