Justice?

Our legal system is the greatest juxtaposition ever known:
Claims it seeks/enforces justice which is seldom the outcome …

innocent people goaled, beaten or killed

rape victims crucified while rapists go free

refugees drown or dumped in abusive camps

overlooked abuse in families inflame 

wages and women continuously oppressed

taxes rigged for the wealthy, poor pay more

wars started using false propaganda

paramedics beaten for doing their job

children returned to abusive homes

elder abuse by greedy relatives/carers

tenants abused by wealthy landlords

criminals get off on technical glitches

underpaid employees treated as slaves

white collar crimes seldom addressed

scammers continue to feather their nest

bullying overlooked perpetuates violence

politicians amass great wealth

animal factories fed hormones

live exports die en-route

… please feel free to add your own?
there is NO Justice in our Legal system!

 

DP: Juxtapose

21 comments

  1. We’ve quite a bit of volunteer firefighters in our family, and also a police officer.
    I worry about them as well as the relative that are soldiers abroad equally.

    To add…
    Elder as well as youth abuse.

    Which is why I try and start my day with some bit of good news first.
    Like ‘Boy uses lemon-aide stand to help pay his younger brother’s medial bills’
    The nine year old made $6,000. Sold the drink and t-shirts and got help with a go-fund-me page.

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  2. Hi Kate,

    It’s good to find such passion on the right side of politics these days. I myself try to keep my own political posts to a minimum, but I might change that. For some reason, if I get into writing about politics, everything else dries up. I don’t know why. But these are such bad times, I might try again.

    Most people grow more conservative as they grow older, I hear. I’ve gone the opposite. The more I learn, the further I go.

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    • oh you will see them peppered throughout my blog but most get filed in archives … for me it’s a healthy outlet when I feel passionate or moved about something … blogging allows people to read or move on with no obligations.

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