Monday, December 27

*** It is very tough to live being a victim. It is not a matter of choice.

December 27, 2010.
I started the blog to do something about getting some justice.
Homeless - From Home to Rags.
  • From living at Home,
  • And being put out,
  • And being told to stay put,
  • In the cold,
  • And you dressed like Polar Bear?
  • Yes!
  • And too pee?
  • Right?
  • No !
  • I slept in my Auto ...
  • What !
Who would do such thing to you?
  • The 15 percent of the Population who don't Care !
How many Care ?
  • 85 %
  • What did they do for you ?
  • What did they say?
  • Oh, "sad story the world so bad"
  • 10
10 percent is wonderful!
  • I said only Ten.
  • Oh
  • !!!!!!!

  • All the Polar Bears took me in!

December 13, 2013.
I found the Family Court but No justice.


I Need Justice Now ~ INNJUSTICE !

Injustice is the lack of or opposition to justice, either in reference to a particular event or act, or as a larger status quo. The term generally refers to misuse, abuse, neglect, or malfeasance that is uncorrected or else sanctioned by a legal system. Misuse and abuse with regard to a particular case or context may represents a systemic failure to serve the cause of justice. Injustice means "unfairness." Injustice may be classified as a different system in comparison to different countries concept of justice and injustice. According to Plato, he doesn't know what justice is but he knows what justice is not.

From Wikipedia
Integrity is a concept of consistency of actions, values, methods, measures, principles, expectations, and outcomes. In ethics, integrity is regarded as the quality of having an intuitive sense of honesty and truthfulness in regard to the motivations for one's actions.[citation needed] Integrity can be regarded as the opposite of hypocrisy,[1] in that it regards internal consistency as a virtue, and suggests that parties holding apparently conflicting values should account for the discrepancy or alter their beliefs.
Persons who have "low integrity" ...  report more dishonest behaviour
Persons who have "low integrity" ... try to find reasons in order to justify such behaviour
Persons who have "low integrity" ... think others more likely to commit crimes
Persons who have "low integrity"  ... exhibit impulsive behaviour
Persons who have "low integrity"  ... tend to think that society should severely punish deviant behaviour
Persons who have "High integrity"  ... ...are without devious motives