The Analogy Of The Unknown
Last updated on Friday 5th August 2016 15:13
The word analogy:
a comparison between one thing and another, typically for the purpose of explanation or clarification.
“an analogy between the workings of nature and those of human societies”
It almost seems like they were taught in school how to offend every moral fiber of rightness kindness justice goodness that is left in humanity, and twist and distort all of our culture into something unfathomably evil that promotes denigration, alienation, disenfranchisement of mothers at every level leaving no stone upturned and no mind unpolluted.
The fact is the family court, criminal courts and civil courts are very quickly being exposed due to technology, in western cultures like United Kingdom, United States of America , Australia, European Union, New Zealand, the justice system has become known as two things:
1 justice system, justice only is given to some often financial or bias.
2 there is no such thing in truth and justice its about a dirty game people play in a court room. Often our worst offenders in society (psychopaths) sit in judgement, you may start to hear the term systems of psychopathy.
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