Do u think that Justice is Justified!

India
September 15, 2007 8:50am CST
We all know that today in almost every part of the world corruption malaise has spread drastically.....Which has even destroyed the Judiciary and Administrative services in the country.... Any case can be easilly won either by hiring a dishonest lawyer or by bribing the Judge!What do u all have to say!
2 responses
@thefuture (1750)
• Nigeria
15 Sep 07
Yes friend. I absolutely agree with you on this issue. Justice is not being justified because of the greediness of our elders and cos of them having the feeling of godship over the poor. This are not do the way they should be done. The constitution is no longer observed etc. It has no longer become a supprise. Thanks and have a nice day.
@acmepride (1547)
• United States
15 Sep 07
To my mind, that's perhaps quite a legitimate way of assessing things, especially if you have sound evidence to back up or support your observations. To be sure, your perspective on justice may very well be easily justified, if you have seen yourself how truly endemic corruption is in the government--executive, legislative, and judicial branches in your country or anywhere else. Sadly, even in our country, corruption seems to be just a normal practice that is so entrenched and systemic already that easily remedying the situation seems a very tall order. Personally, though, I feel that I should still be very hopeful and consider that justice is, in fact, still justified, especially since, to my mind, the alternative is simply unthinkable. Undeniably perhaps, corruption and other evils exist in society and some, if not most, members of the society consciously and deliberately partake in such condemnable acts. However, no matter how grim the situation is, I feel that I should still be hopeful that "what is" still has a fairly good chance of becoming "what ought to be," since I'm still alive and, thus, I could still do something, however seemingly insignificant it may be as of now, to eventually change what's really wrong in the society. Now, if all those who still have hope that the corruption in their society would substantially be lessened gradually, if not totally be eradicated, would steadfastly cling to their beliefs and constantly do something to address the corruption problem, then the collective positive actions of such hopeful individuals could perhaps effectively contribute in finally addressing the problem of corruption. So, if corruption would be successfully addressed, and the governmental officials engage in such an absolutely dirty practice would be removed from their positions of power, then justice could perhaps be achieved in a manner that is perfectly fair and justified.