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Erhart Falckener, 1510
Kirche St. Valentin, Kiedrich, Hessen

 


 

Recht ist nicht gleich Gerechtigkeit.

Frage: Glauben Sie, dass es keine Verbrechen mehr gäbe, wenn das Denken in den Kategorien von Gut und Böse, Schuldig und Unschuldig, aufhören würde? Gibt es nicht immer Menschen, die verführbar sind?


Fassadendetail Iustitia am ehem. Karmeliterkloster /
Gebäude des Landgerichts, Marienplatz in Ravensburg
Antwort: Manche Menschen stehlen, manche töten. Manchmal tun Menschen Dinge, die überhaupt nicht im Einklang mit den Bedürfnissen anderer stehen. Deshalb brauchen wir in der Tat ein Rechtssystem, das uns schützt.

 

Frage: Wie kann man das machen, ohne Menschen zu bestrafen?
Antwort: Walter Wink beschreibt in seinem Buch1 ein Naturvolk, die Negrito. Bei denen sieht das zum Beispiel so aus:

Wenn jemand dort einem anderen Schaden zufügt, seine Hühner stiehlt oder das Haus des Nachbarn anzündet oder was auch immer, dann wird die Person, die das getan hat, in der Mitte eines Kreises gestellt, umringt von den Menschen, die diese Person kennen. Und sie verbringen einen ganzen Tag damit, dass jeder Einzelne aus der Gruppe dieser Person erzählt, durch welche wundervollen Dinge, die sie getan hat, sein Leben bereichert wurde.
Das müssen Sie sich mal vorstellen. Es geht hier um einen Verbrecher, und die erzählen ihm, was er an Schönheit in das Leben eines Mitmenschen gebracht hat. Diese Rechtspraxis hat ein Menschenbild vor Augen, das aus der Vorstellung entstanden ist, dass es unserer menschlichen Natur entspricht, dass wir, wenn wir mit uns verbunden sind, nichts lieber tun als zum Wohlergehen anderer beizutragen.

 

Quelle: ► Marshall B. Rosenberg (1934-2015) US-amerikanischer Psychologe, Psychotherapeut, Entwickler der Gewaltfreie Kommunikation, im Gespräch mit Gabriele Seils, Hörbuch Konflikte lösen durch gewaltfreie Kommunikation, Kapitel "Recht ist
nicht gleich Gerechtigkeit", 4 CDs, Verlag Steinbach Sprechende Bücher; ungekürzte Lesung, 22. März 2007

Recht haben ⇔ recht sein

An dem Ort, an dem wir Recht haben,
werden niemals Blumen wachsen im Frühjahr.

Der Ort, an dem wir Recht haben,
ist zertrampelt und hart wie ein Hof.

Zweifel und Liebe aber lockern die Welt auf
wie ein Maulwurf, wie ein Pflug.
Und ein Flüstern wird hörbar an dem Ort,
wo das Haus stand, das zerstört wurde.

 

Quelle: ► Jehuda Amichai (1924-2000) bedeutender deutsch-israelischer Lyriker,
Zeit. Gedichte, Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1998

Zitate zum Thema Recht und Gerechtigkeit / Law and justice

Zitate allgemein

Selig sind, die um der Gerechtigkeit willen verfolgt werden, denn ihrer ist das Himmelreich. Selig seid ihr, wenn euch die Menschen um meinetwillen schmähen und verfolgen und reden allerlei Übles gegen euch, wenn sie damit lügen. Jesus Christus (2-7 v. Chr.-30/31 n. Chr.) galiläisch-jüdischer Avatar, Bergpredigt, Matthäus 5, 10-11(NT)

 

Darum sage ich euch: Wenn eure Gerechtigkeit [Rechtschaffenheit] nicht weit größer ist als die der Schriftgelehrten und der Pharisäer, werdet ihr nicht in das Himmelreich kommen. Matthäus 5, 20 (NT)

 

Jesus: Richtet nicht nach dem Anschein, sondern richtet ein rechtes Gericht. Johannes 7, 24 (NT)

 

Jesus: Ihr richtet nach dem Fleisch; ich richte niemand.
So ich aber richte, so ist mein Gericht recht; denn ich bin nicht allein,
sondern ich und der Vater, der mich gesandt hat.
Johannes 8, 15-16 (NT)

 

Persönliche Bekenntnisse

 

 

Empfehlung

  • Lass dein Leben zum Reibungswiderstand gegen Ungerechtigkeit werden! Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) US-amerikanischer führender Transzendentalist, Historiker, Philosoph, Naturalist, Sklavereigegner, Steuergegner, Dichter, Schriftsteller

 

Empörung


Fraktale Form des Romanesco Brokkoli
  • […] eine [innere] Stimme […], welche […] mir von etwas abredet, was ich tun will […] Das ist es, was sich mir widersetzt, dass ich nicht soll Staatsgeschäfte betreiben. […] wenn ich [es] schon vor langer Zeit unternommen hätte, Staatsgeschäfte zu betreiben, so wäre ich auch schon längst umgekommen und hätte weder euch etwas genutzt noch auch mir selbst. Werdet mir nur nicht böse, wenn ich die Wahrheit rede! Denn kein Mensch kann sich erhalten, der sich – sei es nun euch oder einer anderen Volksmenge – tapfer widersetzt und viel Ungerechtes und Gesetzwidriges im Staate zu verhindern sucht, sondern notwendig muss, wer in der Tat für die Gerechtigkeit streiten will, […] wenn er sich nur kurze Zeit erhalten soll, ein zurückgezogenes Leben führen, kein öffentliches. Sokrates (469-399 v. Chr.) altgriechischer vorchristlicher Philosoph, nach Platon (427-347 v. Chr.) vorchristlicher griechischer Philosoph, Begründer der abendländischen Philosophie, Apologie des Sokrates, Reclam, Philipp, jun. GmbH, Verlag, 1986

 

  • Wo Gericht, da ist auch Ungerechtigkeit. Leo Tolstoi (1828-1910) russischer Schriftsteller, Krieg und Frieden, 1868/69, übersetzt von Werner Bergengruen, 1953

 

  • Die privatrechtlichen Strukturen sind jetzt nicht mehr relevant. […] Wir stehen vor den Grundlagen eines absolut neuen Rechtssystems. Video-Diskussion, "Antworten auf Fragen" von Dr. Franz Hörmann (*1960) österreichischer visionärer Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, außerordentlicher Universitätsprofessor für Unternehmensrechnung, Institut für Revisions-, Treuhand- und Rechnungswesen, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Vortragender, Autor, Das Endes des Geldes – Was kommt danach?, veranstaltet von Verein Die Vorarlberger, YouTube Film, Minute 1:11:52, 1:16:38 Dauer, eingestellt 23. September 2013

 

  • Die Beseitigung der Armut ist kein Akt der Barmherzigkeit, sondern ein Akt der Gerechtigkeit. Wie Sklaverei und Apartheid ist Armut nicht naturgegeben. Sie ist das Werk von Menschen und sie kann überwunden und aufgehoben werden durch den Einsatz von Menschen. Manchmal fällt es einer Generation zu, Großes zu vollbringen. Ihr könntet diese Generation sein. Rede vor über 20.000 Zuhörern von Nelson Mandela Vater der Regenbogen-Nation  (1918-2013) führender südafrikanischer Anti-Apartheid-Kämpfer, 27 Jahre politisch Gefangener, erster schwarzer Präsident Südafrikas (1994-1999), Start der "Make Poverty History"-Kampagne [Deine Stimme gegen Armut], Trafalgar Square, London, 3. Februar 2005

 

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Südafrikanische Wahrheitskommission

Der südafrikanische Präsident Nelson Mandela hatte in seiner Amtszeit die Wahrheits- und Versöhnungskommission eingesetzt hat, um rassistisch motivierten Verbrechen während der Zeit der Apartheid aus freiem Willen aufzudecken und zu sühnen. Die Professorin für Psychologie Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela an der Universität von Kapstadt moderierte als Mitglied der Kommission den Austausch von Opfern und Tätern des Rassismus nach dem Ende der Apartheid im Jahr 1994.

  • Gerichte ermutigen Menschen, ihre Schuld zu bestreiten.
Die Wahrheitskommission lädt sie ein, die Wahrheit zu sagen.
Vor Gericht werden Schuldige bestraft,
in der Wahrheitskommission werden Reuige belohnt.
Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela (*1955) südafrikanische Professorin für Psychologie, Universität von Kapstadt, Autorin von Das Erbe der Apartheid. Trauma, Erinnerung, Versöhnung, Verlag Barbara Budrich, zitiert in: Artikel Angst vor dem Geruch von Blut, präsentiert von dem deutschen Nachrichtenmagazin Der Spiegel, Katja Thimm und Johann Grolle, 8. Mai 2006

 

Die 205 Befragten der deutschen Studie "Alter: Leben und Arbeit" in 2012
teilten sich auf in vier unvereinbar unterschiedliche Alterstypen.
GruppeProzentAlterstypBewertung der ArbeitsweltTrend
1.22%LeistungsorientiertPositivWahrung des Status quo
2.14%WertkonservativNegativSozialer Wandel
3.30% HedonistischNegativSozialer Wandel
4.34% SolidarischNegativSozialer Wandel

 

  • Es geht heute nicht mehr um die Erhöhung individueller Motivation, sondern es geht um mehr soziale Gerechtigkeit. Wir stehen vor der Frage nach grundsätzlich neuen [sozialen] Modellen. Die gemeinschaftliche Leistung in Richtung Solidarität wird unsere zentrale Aufgabe in den nächsten Jahren sein. Audiovortrag von Prof. Dr. Peter Kruse (1955-2015) deutscher Honorarprofessor für Allgemeine und Organisationspsychologie, Universität Bremen, Psychologe, Netzwerkforscher zur Komplexitätsverarbeitung in intelligenten Netzwerken und kohärenter Musterbildung, Geschäftsführer von Nextpractice, Unternehmensberater, Wie legt man eine Kultur auf die Coach? – "Alter: Leben und Arbeit", veranstaltet von Körber-Stiftung, Symposium "Potenziale des Alters", KörberForum, Hamburg, 15. November 2012, Fazit: Minute 34:57, 35:22 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 15. November 2012

 

 

  • Das Recht muss nie der Politik, wohl aber die Politik jederzeit dem Recht angepasst werden. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) deutscher Philosoph der Aufklärung

 

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Sinngemäße Bedeutung:

Vor Gericht bekommt man nicht Recht [Gerechtigkeit], sondern nur ein Urteil.

  • Vor Gericht und auf hoher See sind wir in Gottes Hand. Römische Juristenweisheit
    [Lat.: Coram iudice et in alto mare in manu dei soli sumus.]

     

  • Solange es keine Gerechtigkeit gibt, müssen wir mit der Justiz vorlieb nehmen. Dr.  Rüdiger Bagger, ehemaliger deutscher Oberstaatsanwalt in Hamburg, zitiert in: TV-Talkrunde Der Fall Kachelmann – ein Justizskandal?, präsentiert von TV-Sender ZDF, Sendung ''Maybrit Illner, Gastgeberin Maybrit Illner (*1965) deutsche Journalistin, Fernsehmoderatorin, Autorin, 5 Teile-YouTube Film, Minute 34:05, 64:44 Minuten Dauer, Sendetermin 26. Mai 2011, eingestellt 27. Mai 2011

Literaturzitate

  • Noch sitzt ihr da oben, ihr feigen Gestalten,
    vom Feinde bezahlt und dem Volke zum Spott.
    Doch einst wird wieder Gerechtigkeit walten,
    dann richtet das Volk und es gnade euch Gott!
    Zugeschrieben Carl Theodor Körner (1791-1813) deutsche patriotische Identifikationsfigur, Dichter, Dramatiker, Quelle unbekannt

General quotes

Judge not, that you may not be judged. For with the same judgment that you judge, you will be judged, and with the same measure with which you measure, it will be measured to you. Sermon on the Mount, Matthew 7, 1-2 (NT) Lamsa Bible

 

For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 5, 20 (NT)

 

Woe to you lawyers! For you have taken away the key of knowledge. You did not enter yourselves, and you hindered those who were entering. Luke 11, 52 (NT) English Standard Version

 

Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment. John 7, 24 (NT) New American Standard Bible, 1995

 

All the believers were together and had everything in common. All the believers were together and had everything in common. Acts 2, 44 (NT)

 

Personal avowals

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Compassion for those blinded by poverty

When the blind-deaf visionary Helen Keller learned that poor people were more likely to be blind than others, she set off down a pacifist, socialist path.

  • So long as I confine my activities to social service and the blind, they compliment me extravagantly, calling me 'arch priestess of the sightless,' 'wonder woman,' and a 'modern miracle.' But when it comes to a discussion of poverty, and I maintain that it is the result of wrong economics – that the industrial system under which we live is at the root of much of the physical deafness and blindness in the world – that is a different matter! It is laudable to give aid to the handicapped. Superficial charities make smooth the way of the prosperous; but to advocate that all human beings should have leisure and comfort, the decencies and refinements of life, is a Utopian dream, and one who seriously contemplates its realization indeed must be deaf, dumb, and blind. Helen Keller (1880-1968) US American deafblind member of the Socialist Party of America, political activist for women's suffrage, labor rights, socialism, lecturer, author, letter to Senator Robert La Follette, 1924, cited in: US American Yes Magazine, The Radical Dissent of Helen Keller, Peter Dreier, 12. July 2012

 

 

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Predicting the inevitable success of the abolitionist cause

  • I do not pretend to understand the moral universe; the arc is a long one, my eye reaches but little ways; I cannot calculate the curve and complete the figure by the experience of sight; I can divine it by conscience. And from what I see I am sure it bends towards justice. Theodore Parker (1810-1860) US American Transcendentalist, reforming minister of the Unitarian church, abolitionist reformer, cited in: Susan Manker-Seale, The Moral Arc of the Universe: Bending Toward Justice, 15. January 2006, retrieved 29. February 2008

 

  • We should never forget that everything Adolf Hitler did in Germany was "legal" and everything the Hungarian freedom fighters did in Hungary was "illegal." It was "illegal" to aid and comfort a Jew in Hitler's Germany. Even so, I am sure that, had I lived in Germany at the time, I would have aided and comforted my Jewish brothers. If today I lived in a Communist country where certain principles dear to the Christian faith are suppressed, I would openly advocate disobeying that country's antireligious laws. Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader in the African American civil rights movement, Letter from Birmingham Jail Letter_Birmingham.html, 16. April 1963

 

  • As long as there is no justice, we have to make do with the judiciary. Dr.  Rüdiger Bagger, former German senior public prosecutor in Hamburg, quoted in: Televised talk show Der Fall Kachelmann – ein Justizskandal? [The case Kachelmann – a justice scandal], presented by German public-service television broadcaster ZDF, program ''Maybrit Illner, host Maybrit Illner (*1965) German television journalist, TV anchor, author, 5 part YouTube film, minute 34:05, 64:44 minutes duration, aired 26. Mai 2011, posted 27. May 2011

 

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Accountable leaders present profit data as well as social data every quarterly.

  • Every 90 days you have to tell people about your numbers. Not just the profit data, but also the social data. That is what I did at Timberland. Jeffrey Swartz (1961) Israelian president and CEO of Timberland Company (1998-2011), pioneer in social responsiblity, cited in: Article Meet the Jewish billionaire who studies Torah every morning, presented by Israel newspaper Hareetz, Asher Schechter, 16. March 2012

 

  • My company's primary mission is "Make the world a better place." Jeffrey Swartz (1961) Israelian president and CEO of Timberland Company (1998-2011), pioneer in social responsiblity, source unknown

 

Political outlook

  • I am not an advocate for frequent changes in laws and Constitutions. But laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind. As that becomes more developed, more enlightened, as new discoveries are made, new truths discovered and manners and opinions change, with the change of circumstances, institutions must advance also to keep pace with the times. We might as well require a man to wear still the coat which fitted him when a boy as civilized society to remain ever under the regimen of their barbarous ancestors. Thomas Jefferson ['US Founding Father'] (1743-1826) third US president (1801-1809), principal author of the Declaration of Independence, 4. July 1776, redacted and excerpted from letter addressed to Samuel Kercheval, 12. July 1816

 

Appeals

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Anger for justice

  • He who is not angry when there is just cause for anger is immoral. Why? Because anger looks to the good of justice. And if you can live amid injustice without anger, you are immoral as well as unjust. Saint Thomas Aquinas [Doctor Universalis] (1225-1274) Italian Catholic saint, Dominican priest, highly influential philosopher, theologian in the tradition of scholasticism, source unknown

 

  • If the machine of government is of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law. Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) US American historian, philosopher, leading transcendentalist, naturalist, abolitionist, surveyor, tax resister, development critic, poet, author, Civil Disobedience and Other Essays, Dover Publications, 20. May 1993

 

 

Problematic issues

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Mere factual innocence is no reason not to carry out a death sentence properly reached.

 

Insights

  • No one ever heard of the truth being enforced by law.
    Whenever the secular arm is called in to sustain an idea, whether new or old, it is always a bad idea, and not

infrequently it is downright idiotic.

H. L. Mencken (1880-1956) US American critic of American life and culture, satirist, journalist, magazine editor, essayist, author, source unknown
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Regulations of wealth and social justice

  • Strictly speaking, all amassing or hoarding of wealth above and beyond one's legitimate requirements is theft. There would be no occasion for theft, and therefore no thieves, if there were wise regulations of wealth and absolute social justice. Mohandas Karamchand Mahatma Gandhi(1869-1948) Indian Hindu sage, spiritual activist leader, humanitarian, lawyer, nonviolent freedom fighter, source unknown

 

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Issuing more laws does not reduce criminality.

  • The more laws and order are made prominent, the more thieves and robbers there will be. Lao Tzu (604-531 BC) Chinese sage, philosopher, founder of Daoism, cited in: Wing-tsit Chan (1901-1994) Chinese professor of philosophy and religion, active in the United States, The Way of Lao Tzu, Prentice Hall, 11. January 1963

 

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36 Righteous people

Notion of the mystical Judaism

  • It is said that at all times there are 36 special people in the world, and that were it not for them, all of them, if even one of them was missing, the world would come to an end. The two Hebrew letters for 36 are the lamed, which is 30, and the vav, which is 6. Therefore, these 36 are referred to as the Lamed-Vav Tzadikim. This widely-held belief, this most unusual Jewish concept is based on a Talmudic statement to the effect that in every generation 36 righteous "greet the Shechinah," the Divine Presence. 36 Righteous people, Talmud, central scripture of mainstream Judaism, Tractate Sanhedrin 97b; Tractate Sukkah 45b

 

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Prerequisite for social justice: Feeling responsible for the welfare of others

  • Until the great mass of the people shall be filled with the sense of responsibility for each other's welfare, social justice can never be attained. Helen Keller (1880-1968) US American deafblind member of the Socialist Party of America, political activist for women's suffrage, labor rights, socialism, lecturer, author, source unknown

 

  • It is pleasing to human vanity to believe that one suffers because of one's virtue; but not until a man has extirpated every sickly, bitter, and impure thought from his soul, can he be in a position to know and declare that his sufferings are the result of his good, and not of his bad qualities; and on the way to, yet long before he has reached that supreme perfection, he will have found, working in his mind and life, the great law which is absolutely just, and which cannot, therefore, give good for evil, evil for good. Possessed of such knowledge, he will then know, looking back upon his past ignorance and blindness, that his life is, and always was, justly ordered, and that all his past experiences, good and bad, were the equitable outworking of his evolving, yet unevolved self. James Allen (1864-1912) English genius, pioneer of the self-help movement, inspirational poet, author, As a Man Thinketh, 1902

 

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Dependence ⇒ independence ⇒ interdependence

  • It is as if we had natural stages of
    1. dependence as children,
    2. independence as young people,
    3. interdependence as we grow wiser.
And I think that happens to social justice movements, too. So perhaps we can begin to see the ways that we are, in fact, not ranked but linked.
Yes, we've been through dependence. Yes, we've been through independence. But now we can hope for interdependence. Video presentation by Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writer, An Evening with Gloria Steinem – Prevailing barriers to equality, sponsored by Vassar Chapel, Poughkeepsie, New York, 19. September 2012, YouTube film, minute 13:03 and 43:52, 44:51 minutes duration, posted 28. September 2012

 


Young Minerva on a marble throne; sword to chastise the guilty,
palm branch to reward the meritorious, manufactured in Venice, Italy, 1896
Artist of this mosaic: Frederick Dielman (1847-1935)
  • The arc of the moral universe is long but it bends towards justice. Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader in the African American civil rights movement, Baccalaureate sermon at the commencement exercises for Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1964

 

  • Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader in the African American civil rights movement

 

 

  • Philanthropy is commendable, but it must not cause the philanthropist to overlook the circumstances of economic injustice which make philanthropy necessary. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader of the African American civil rights movement

 

  • Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice. Justice at its best is love correcting everything that stands against love. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader of the African American civil rights movement, Where Do We Go From Here?, 1967

 

 

  • The French revolutionary slogan "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity" overlooks the sine qua non of social harmony: dignity. A persistent lack of dignity breeds indignation. […] Rankism is the residue of predation. Humanity's next step is to build dignitarian societies by overcoming rankism. Knowing that the moral arc of history bends toward justice gives reason to hope that the religious intuition of universal dignity is achievable.
    If science and religion cooperate to uphold and extend dignity, and left and right remove the inequities that thwart fair competition, we can build a global society that's as close to heaven as we have need for, and realize the brotherhood of man not merely in our dreams, but here on Earth, not in the indefinite future, but before this century is out. Blog article by Robert Fuller, Ph.D., US American physicist, president of Oberlin College, rankism and dignity researcher, The Brotherhood of Man and the Politics of Dignity, presented by the US American liberal-oriented online newspaper The Huffington Post, 31. May 2013

 

  • [P]hilanthropy combines genuine pity with the display of power and that the latter element explains why the powerful are more inclined to be generous than to grant social justice. Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971) US American professor of theology, Union Theological Seminary, ethicist, public intellectual, commentator on politics and public affairs, Moral Man and Immoral Society. A Study in Ethics and Politics , Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932, S. 235, Westminster John Knox Press, 2002, 2nd edition 18. January 2013

 

 

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Women's rights

  • The suppression of women's rights began with the suppression of women's rites. Merlin Stone (1931-2011) US American professor of art and art history, sculptor, author, The Paradise Papers. Suppression of Women's Rites, Virago Press Ltd., November 1979

 

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"Civil disobedience

 

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Passion-free law

  • The law is reason unaffected by desire.
    Variant: The Law is reason free from passion.
Aristotle [(384-322 BC) classical Greek pre-Christian philosopher, physician, scientist, misogynist, Nicomachean Ethics, book III, 1287.a32, 1566

 

  • Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime. Aristotle [(384-322 BC) classical Greek pre-Christian philosopher, physician, scientist, misogynist, Benjamin Jowett, translator, Politics, book 2, part IV, 350 BC

 

  • Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life. Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. Sometimes it falls on a generation to be great. YOU can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom. Poverty speech by Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) leading South African anti-apartheid activist, prisoner for 27 years during apartheid, first black president of South Africa (1994-1999), "Make Poverty History" Speech in Trafalgar Square, addressing over 20,000 people, Trafalgar Square, London, 3. February 2005

 

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"Civil disobedience vs. civil obedience

  • Civil disobedience is not our problem. ... Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is that people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of leaders […] and millions have been killed because of this obedience. […] Our problem is that people are obedient all over the world in the face of poverty and starvation and stupidity, and war, and cruelty. Our problem is that people are obedient while the jails are full of petty thieves […] (and) the grand thieves are running the country. That’s our problem. Howard Zinn, Ph.D. (1922-2010) US American professor of political science, Boston University (1964-1988), progressive historian, social activist, playwright, author, Failure to Quit. Reflections of an Optimistic Historian, S. 45, South End Press, 1. September 2002

 

  • Why do the Christian nations, which were so weak in the past compared with Muslim nations begin to dominate so many lands in modern times and even defeat the once victorious Ottoman armies? […]
    Because they have laws and rules invented by reason. Ibrahim Muteferrika (1674-1745) Transylvanian-born Ottoman diplomat, polymath, historian, historiographer, Islamic scholar and theologian, sociologist, economist, courtier, astronomer, printer, publisher, man of letters, Rational Basis for the Politics of Nations, 1731

 

Due to imprisonment 34% of the black male population in Alabama, United States, has lost the right to vote.

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Racial imbalance:

A third of the black male population in the United States has been incarcerated once in their lifetime.
1 out of 9 people put on Death Row was found not guilty, exonerated and released.

  • We have a system of justice in this country that treats you much better if you're rich and guilty than if you're poor and innocent. Wealth not culpability shapes outcomes. [...]
    The opposite [antidote] of poverty is not wealth. […] In too many places, the opposite [antidote] of poverty is justice. […] We will ultimately be jugded by […] how we treat the poor, the condemned, the incarcerated. Video presentation by Bryan Stevenson (*1959) US American human rights lawyer, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, fighting poverty and racial discrimination in the criminal justice system, We need to talk about an injustice, presented by TED Talks 2012, minutes 6:44 and 16:21, 23:41 minutes duration, filmed March 2012, posted March 2012

 

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Fairness study on altruism, empathy and ethics of chimpanzees, dogs, and elephants

Empathy is expressed via
a) the body channel: as the ability to understand and share the feelings of another and
b) the cognitive channel: as the ability to take the perspective of another.

  • What is morality based on? These are the two factors that always come out:
    1. One is reciprocity, […] a sense of fairness,
    2. and the other one is empathy and compassion.
Video presentation by Frans de Waal, Ph.D. (*1948) Dutch US-American Candler professor of psychology and primate behavior, director of the Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, biologist, ethologist, speaker, author, Moral behavior in animals, presented by TEDx Talks Peachtree, minute 3:10, 16:52 minutes duration, filmed November 2011, posted April 2012

 

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Engaged vs. enraged

Trias of public, CEOs and government

  • The unit of community is the engaged citizen, not the egocentric citizen. The central atom of the molecule of social justice is the engaged, not the enraged, citizen. I believe that.
    [Paraphrased.] The key to a more just society in the future resides in a three-way conversation between the public, CEOs and government. Jeffrey Swartz (1961) Israelian president and CEO of Timberland Company (1998-2011), pioneer in social responsiblity, cited in: Meet the Jewish billionaire who studies Torah every morning, presented by Haaretz Israel News, Asher Schechter, 16. March 2012

 

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"Fair play" is undermined in patriarchy.

 

 

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Divine justice – theodicy

  • Attempts to answer or ponder whether a just and loving God, who created us, can be all-powerful and all-knowing yet permit terrifying evil and painful suffering. Or, when posed from the human perspective concerning divine justice, we ask, "Why do bad things happen to good people, who know, love, and serve God?" The book of Job wrestles with these questions about divine justice. A "theodicy" consists of attempted answers or explanations, by prophets, priests, and sages, for troublesome questions about divine justice. Anup Shah, British computer scientist, photographer, editor, Asian Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster, Globalissues.org, 5. January 2005

 

Social justice: social justice ⇔ legal justice – inequality gap: rich ⇔ poor

 

  • Social status and respect matter beyond anything, and the psychological damage done by being at the bottom is crippling. […] [S]ocial environment may matter almost as much as asbestos.
    Homicide rates (and other crimes) track a country's level of inequality, not its overall wealth. […]
[S]ocial environment can be more toxic than any pollutant. Low status and lack of control over one's life is a destroyer of human health and happiness. The wealth gap causes few to vote or participate in anything in a world of fear, conflict and hostility.
The fairest countries have the highest levels of trust and social capital. The American states that have the more equal income distribution also have most social trust:
New Hampshire, the most equal, is least likely to agree that "most people would try to take advantage of you if they got the chance". Richard Wilkinson, Ph.D. (*1943) British professor emeritus of social epidemiology, University of Nottingham, economy historian, researcher of inequality data in health and social determinants, The Impact of Inequality. How to Make Sick Societies Healthier, New Press, 1st edition January 2005, cited in: Inequality kills. What counts is not wealth or poverty, says Polly Toynbee after reading Richard G Wilkinson's 'The Impact of Inequality', but your place on the social ladder, presented by the British daily newspaper The Guardian, Polly Toynbee, 30. July 2005

 

  • In a socially just world – as opposed to a legally just world – since we are all pretty much born equally ignorant, we should have roughly equal chances to live our lives. Video presentation by Van Jones (*1968) US American attorney, environmental advocate, civil rights activist, green jobs advisor in the White House (2009), founder of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Definition of Social Justice, sponsored by Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina, 19. January 2011, YouTube film, minute 1:04, 1:56 minutes duration, posted 20. January 2011

 

  • Social justice is justice exercised within a society, particularly as it is exercised by and among the various social classes of that society. A socially just society is based on the principles of equality and solidarity, understands and values human rights, and recognizes the dignity of every human being. Social justice is based on the concepts of human rights and equality and involves a greater degree of economic egalitarianism through progressive taxation, income redistribution, or even property redistribution. These policies aim to achieve what developmental economists refer to as more equality of opportunity than may currently exist in some societies, and to manufacture equality of outcome in cases where incidental inequalities appear in a procedurally just system. Social justice entry on en.Wikipedia, status 2011

 

  • Nº4. – Fight: Your duty is fight for Law, but if someday you find conflict between Law and Justice, just fight for Justice. Eduardo J. Couture (1904-1952) Uruguayan jurist specialized in procedural law, The Lawyer Decalogue, Buenos Aires Bar Association. Bulletin Nº 1-2, 1949

 

  • The mark of your ignorance is the depth of your belief in injustice and tragedy. What the caterpillar calls the end of the world the master calls a butterfly. Richard Bach (*1936) US American Navy pilot, writer, Illusions, Laurel Books, 15. May 1981

 

  • The "trickle-down" theory: The principle that the poor, who must subsist on table scraps dropped by the rich, can best be served by giving the rich bigger meals. Attributed to William Blum (*1933) Jewish-American historian, critic of United States foreign policy, former State Department computer related employee (mid-1960s-1967), opposed to the Vietnam War, journalist, author

 

  • Social justice means left wing equality. It is a substitute for the term equality. There is no social justice if there are rich and poor. Rich and poor is definitonally social injustice. […] Justice has no problem with there being rich and poor. Social justice has a problem with there being rich and poor. Dennis Prager (*1948) US American syndicated conservative radio talk show host and columnist, public speaker, author on Judeo-Christian and American values (E Pluribus Unum, In God We Trust, Liberty), Social Justice, sponsored by David Horowitz Retreat Weekend, Palos Verdes, 1-3 April 2011, YouTube film, minute 1:23, 2:46 minutes duration, posted 26. November 2011

 

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Theodicy

Justification of God


 

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Injustice

Literature / TV series / Movie quotes

  • But there is one way in this country in which all men are created equal – there is one human institution that makes a pauper the equal of a Rockefeller, the stupid man the equal of an Einstein, and the ignorant man the equal of any college president. That institution, gentlemen, is a court. It can be the Supreme Court of the United States or the humblest J.P. court in the land, or this honourable court which you serve. Our courts have their faults, as does any human institution, but in this country our courts are the great levellers, and in our courts all men are created equal. Harper Lee (1926-2016) US American author, To Kill a Mockingbird, part 2, chapter 20, J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1960

Poem

  • The rules break like a thermometer,
    quicksilver spills across the charted systems,
    we're out in a country that has no language
    no laws, we’re chasing the raven and the wren
    through gorges unexplored since dawn
    whatever we do together is pure invention […]
    Adrienne Rich (1929-2012) US American visiting
    professor of creative writing, feminist, poet, essayist,
    Twenty One Love Poems, 1985

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013


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Contrasting pairs of emotions, feeling states, and attitudes on the issue of justice In alphabetical order

Positive (strong) response (above 200)Negative (weak) response (below 200)

  1. CandidCalculating
  2. CivilFormal
  3. ConcernedJudgmental
  4. EthicalEquivocal
  5. FairScrupulous
  6. HonestLegal
  7. Impartial[Self]Righteous
  8. JustPunitive
  9. PrincipledExpedient
  10. ResponsibleGuilty
  11. TolerantPrejudiced
  12. VirtuousCelebrated
Dr. David R. Hawkins, Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, chapter 9 Power Patterns in Human Attitudes, S. 146-147, Hay House, February 2002

 

  • It is very immature to expect others to live up to one’s own standards or ideals. Let us not overlook that
    • the majority of people have no reason other than to ‘take what they can get’. Seventy-eight percent of the people on the planet calibrate below the level of Integrity at 200.
    • They are not committed to spiritual truth [LoC 500], which to them is fiction or idealistic nonsense.
    • Fairness, consideration, honesty, and ethics do not prevail at consciousness levels below 200. When they do, it is the exception rather than the rule.

 

 

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Weighing of the scales of justice and salvation

  • On a higher level of consciousness, this drama of the weighing of the scales of justice includes another element, a representative of Divinity who is the intercessor. The privilege of the Presence of an Intercessor or Savior has been earned by spiritual merit, and the intercessor presents the option of accepting God's Grace and Mercy by turning completely to God. Without the presence of the intercessor or Savior, the soul, in its consternation, would not even remember or realize that such an option is always present. The Savior is thus indeed a spiritual Reality at the Gateway to Salvation. Dr. David R. Hawkins, I. Reality and Subjectivity, ~S. 331, 2003

 

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Tenet and lifestyle of criminality

  • Criminality is an established recidivist lifestyle for which no effective therapeutic endeavor has thus far been found. The basic personality is unchanged, and, with experience, the perpetrator does not change the behaviors but becomes more clever in learning how to escape detection.
    To a person with normal psychological makeup, a prison sentence is frightening. The culture is foreign and brings up guilt, fear, and aversion to the prior behaviors. These responses are totally lacking in the psychopathic personality to whom prison life is a very familiar culture; the individual is merely removed from the streets to another location and continues uninterruptedly. The basic tenets and lifestyle of criminality are actually the internal rules of conduct within any prison’s population and are attenuated in their expression merely by the threat of the prison administration. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 11 The Downside of Society, S. 193, 2005

 

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Group karma

  • Inclusion in what seems to be negative karmic consequences occurs as a result of prior concurrence and/or participation. Thus, the cheers at the death of a gladiator are karmically significant as is taking grim satisfaction from pain and suffering or the death of others. To cheer on the implementation of the guillotine is to join with its karmic consequences. To take justice into one's own hands is done at karmic risk for "Justice is mine, sayeth the Lord." Faith that Divinity guarantees absolute justice is difficult to accept in a world of seeming injustices. It is better to trust in the absolute justice of God and "judge not, lest ye be judged." for it is well to remember that "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." Dr. David R. Hawkins, Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 39-40, 2006

 

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Divine justice:

Karma – a means of balancing


 


Erhart Falckener's "Justice Spiral", decorated panel of
late gothic pew in St. Valentin, Kiedrich, Germany, 1510
  • The first big trap for spiritual evolution is right and wrong, and the idea of fairness. This is kindergarten. In kindergarten, on the playground, they talk about "this is fair, that is fair." Sometimes I see something on television that is absolutely absurd. There is a woman whose three children have been killed in an automobile accident or a bus crash, and this woman appears on television and sobs, getting into all kinds of self-pity, and says, "It's not fair." Not fair! It is so absurd to say, under the circumstances, that it is "not fair". Interview with David R. Hawkins, Dialogues on Consciousness and Spirituality, transcript on Advanced States of Consciousness, spiral-bound, Veritas Publishing, Sedona, Arizona, 1. January 1998 Removed from Veritaspub' sale offer mid 2013

 

  • God is infinitely merciful as you surrender you trust in the mercy. Trust in the mercifulness of God rather than the projection of fear. You pay for negative karmic actions because justice is intrinsic to the design of the universe. It is designed in such a way that you set up a karmic debt that has to be paid and God doesn't have anything to do with it. The justice of God and the universe is absolute. Every hair on your head is counted – not because God is an old crank, but everything you do lay down a karmic track and that is what you are answerable for. God forgives you for that, but He lets you live it through because he knows what will come out of it – strength. Therefore, I own the divinity within myself. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Satsang Q&A, 2 CD set, 10. January 2007

 

  • The first thing to develop a peaceful nature is to give up and let go of wanting to change and control other people. […] You can let go wanting to get even if you understand Divine Justice. […] All things have their own karmic pay-off and you don't have to do anything. It's not necessary to bring down your enemies because they will bring themselves down by their own hand. [...] The minute you get even with them or conquer them you now have the karma of that. Video presentation by Dr. David R. Hawkins, Prescott Seminar Peace, lecture 3, 3 DVD set, 8. August 2009 – Let go of wanting to change other people, YouTube film, minute 0:17 and 1:49, 2:57 minutes duration, posted by LftUP 8. May 2011

Englische Texte – English section on Justice and social justice

Definition and history of "social justice" movement

Social justice generally refers to the idea of creating a society or institution that is based on the principles of equality and solidarity, that understands and values human rights, and that recognizes the dignity of every human being.
The term and modern concept of "social justice" was coined by the Jesuit Luigi Taparelli in 1840 based on the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas and given further exposure in 1848 by Antonio Rosmini-Serbati. The idea was elaborated by the moral theologian John A. Ryan, who initiated the concept of a living wage. Father Coughlin also used the term in his publications in the 1930s and the 1940s. It is a part of Catholic social teaching, Social Gospel from Episcopalians and is one of the Four Pillars of the Green Party upheld by green parties worldwide.
Social justice as a secular concept, distinct from religious teachings that emerged mainly in the late twentieth century, influenced primarily by philosopher John Rawls. Some tenets of social justice have been adopted by those on the left of the political spectrum.
According to Kent Van Til, the view that wealth has been taken from the poor by the rich implies that the redistribution of that wealth is more a matter of restitution than of theft.
Source: ► en.Wikipedia entry Christian views on poverty and wealth – Social justice [status 2013]

 

Brief history of "social justice"
DatePersonality
Catholic·/·Secular
Time frameSocial contributionLiterature
1759-1776Adam Smith
Scottish-American social and moral philosopher
1723-1790Pioneer developer of the classical political economicsThe Wealth of Nations, 1776
1840Luigi Taparelli
Italian Catholic Jesuit
1793-1862Developer of the term and modern concept of "social justice"Based on the teachings of Italian church father St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274)
1848
1849
Antonio Rosmini-Serbati
Italian Roman Catholic priest, philosopher
1797-1855Author further delving into the topicIndexed volume The Constitution of Social Justice, 1849
1906John A. Ryan
American Catholic professor of moral theology
1869-1945Social justice advocate, initiator of the concept of a living wage (minimum income)Doctoral dissertation A Living Wage, 1906
1930s/
1940s
Father Coughlin
Canadian-American Catholic priest
1891-1979Publicist on social justice, host a radio show on the topic, calling for monetary reforms, founder of National Union for Social Justice, 1934, silenced by Vatican, US bishops and FDR, US government
1971
Late 20th century
John Rawls
American political philosopher
1921-2002 Developer of the secular concept of social justice, distinct from religious teachingsA Theory of Justice, 1971
2006sRiane Eisler
Austrian-American macrohistorian, social scientist
*~1937 Caring EconomicsThe Real Wealth of Nations. Creating a Caring Economics, 2007
2010Richard Barrett
British leadership researcher
*1945Conscious CapitalismLove, Fear and the Destiny of Nations. The Impact of the Evolution of Human Consciousness on World Affairs, Fulfilling Books, 4. May 2012
See also: ► Incomplete timetable of paradigmal shifts

Eight statistically confirmed laws of social change

The important reform movements in the United States of America show a strong imprint of Quaker participation.
Abolition [*]
Public education [*]
Penal reform [*]
Women's suffrage [*] [Susan B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Fry, Jane Addams, Alice Paul, Bayard Rustin]
Civil rights [*]
Environmental protection [*]
Nuclear freeze.
[*]The Quakers (Society of Friends) comprise only 0.0008% of the US population.
Still, they were essentially involved in a series of substantial social changes.

 

Differentiating force from essence
Change wrought by violence (force) ⇔ lasting transformation wrought by nonviolent "beingness"
****  Social change requires wisdom, character, patience, and the willingness to forego any personal credit.  ****  
Social justice movements take a span of 4-5 generations (80-100 years) until they reach fruition.
These eight laws of social change were successfully practiced by the Quakers.2
Transformational principlesLegend
Prerequisite
individual choices
Become aware you are making a choice.
Choose the compassionate and life-affirming option as you understand it in the moment.
First lawThe individuals (individually) and the group (collectively) must share a common intention.
Second lawThe individuals and the group may have goals, but they may not reap cherished potential outcomes.
Third lawThe individuals in the group must authentically accept that their goal may not be reached during their lifetimes and be OK with this.
Fourth lawThe individuals in the group must authentically accept that they may not reap either credit or acknowledgment for what they have done and be OK with that.
Fifth lawEach person in the group regardless of gender, religion, race, or culture must enjoy fundamental equality [ dignity ] while the various roles in the hierarchy of the effort must be respected.
Sixth lawThe individuals in the group must forswear violence in word, act or thought.
Seventh lawThe individuals in the group must make their private selves and personal lives consistent with their public postures.
Eigthth lawThe individuals (individually) in the group and the group (collectively) must always act from the beingness of life-affirming integrity.

 

Sources featuring Stephan A. Schwartz, Ph.D., US American futurologist, senior fellow for Brain, Mind and Healing, Samueli Institute, cognitive sciences research associate, Laboratories for Fundamental Research, author
PDF presentation THE POWER – The Eight Laws of Social Change
Audio interview The Eight Laws of Social Change, presented by Blogtalkradio Paranormal Perceptions, host Dee Disparti, aired 17. January 2008
Video presentation Eight Laws of Change, presented by TEDxVail, YouTube film, 12:27 minutes duration, Beaver Creek, Colorado, recorded 8. January 2016, posted 25. January 2016
Sources featuring Susan Sachs Goldman, US American historian, trustee at The Historical Society of Washington, D.C., speaker on Quaker social reforms, author
Book Friends in Deed. The Story of Quaker Social Reform in America, Highmark Press, 8. May 2012
Audio interview The Quakers, Forging America's Identity, presented by the US American web radio station New Dimensions, host Justine Willis-Toms, 57:00 minutes duration, posted 29. May 2013
See also:
Two opposed American dreams – Charles Moore
Transmissions of the nonviolence meme
ViolenceForceEssenceDignityRespectCultureEqualityChoiceCompassion
IntentionAuthenticyGender ConflictLanguageThoughtsBeingIntegrityTransformation

 

Links zum Thema Recht und Gerechtigkeit / Law and justice

Literatur

Über 81% der Steuereinnahmen fließen an die Banken, die nicht dem Gemeinwohl dienen. Siehe auch: Steuerrecht ungültig? Der Ratgeber für den bewussten und mündigen Umgang mit den Finanzbehörden und dem (illegalen) Steuersystem.

Literature (engl.)

Peacemaker justice courts of native Canadian tribes

Externe Weblinks

  • Wikipedia-Einträge Gerechtigkeit, 36 Gerechte Legende der mystischen jüdischen Mythologie (aus dem babylonischen Talmud): Es müssen stets sechsunddreißig Gerechte auf der Erde leben, um derentwillen Gott die sündhafte irdische Welt nicht untergehen lässt. Sobald einer der 36 Gerechten stirbt, wird ein weiterer Gerechter geboren. Siehe: Genesis 18, 26 (OT), Rule of law Regieren auf der Basis von Gesetzen, Recht hat absoluten Vorrang für hoheitliches Handeln vor anderen Maßstäben oder Begründungen, Gerechtigkeitsforschung

  • Aufsatz von Norbert Schlepp, deutscher Richter, Dominik Storr, Die Abhängigkeit unserer Justiz, PDF, präsentiert von Mehr Demokratie – Zeitschrift für direkte Demokratie, Heft Nr. 77, 1/0, 9. Februar 2009

Bundesrepublik = Verwaltung der Alliierten = Verwaltung als eingetragene GmbH HRB 51411 = Kein souveräner Staat = Weisungsgebunden\\ Gerichte, Polizei, Finanzämter, Städte sind keine Ämter, die mit hoheitlichen Rechten ausgestattet sind, sondern allesamt eingetragene Firmen. Siehe Webseite Unique Partner Identification Key (UPIK)! Sie unterstehen der Verwaltung der BRiD oder BRvD und sind weisungsgebunden. Richter, Staatsanwälte, Verwaltungsangestellte sind keine Beamten, sondern Beschäftigte, Bedienstete der jeweiligen Firma.

External web links (engl.)

  • Wikipedia entries Justice, Model Penal Code (MPC) (*1962)3, 36 Righteous people Mystical Jewish tradition (sourced in the Talmud); Whenever one of the 36 righteous individual die another one will be born to substitute him. See: The LORD said, "If at Sodom I find 50 righteous people in the city, I will spare the whole place for their sake." Genesis 18, 26 (OT), Rule of law


Audio- und Videolinks

  • Video TV-Interview mit Dr. Martha Nussbaum (*1947) US-amerikanische Professorin für Philosophie, vergleichende Literaturwissenschaften, Altphilologie, Rechtswissenschaften und Ethik, Universität von Chicago, Aristotelikerin, Feministin, Tierrechtlerin, Autorin, Gerechtigkeit braucht Liebe, präsentiert vom Schweizer TV-Sender SF1 und 3sat, Programm Sternstunde Philosophie, Gastgeberin Barbara Bleisch, Sendetermin 19. Juli 2015, YouTube Film, 57:41 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 21. Juli 2015
  • Video TV-Interview mit Autorenpaar Matthias Pauqué (*1973) deutscher rechtlicher Betreuer, Politiker, Kleinunternehmer, Erfinder, Dr. Thomas Hoffmann, deutscher Mathematiker, Physiker, Ungültiges Steuerrecht?, präsentiert vom deutschen TV-Bildungskanal Bewusst.TV, Gastgeberin Dagmar Neubronner (*1959) deutsche Diplombiologin, Bindungsforschungsassistentin, Verlegerin, Übersetzerin, TV-Moderatorin, 41:44 Minuten Dauer, aufgezeichnet und eingestellt 25. September 2016Minuten Dauer, gesendet März 2011

Über 81% der Steuereinnahmen fließen an die Banken, die nicht dem Gemeinwohl dienen. Siehe auch: Steuerrecht ungültig? Der Ratgeber für den bewussten und mündigen Umgang mit den Finanzbehörden und dem (illegalen) Steuersystem.


Audio and video links (engl.)

Auf dem Weg zu einer Gerechtigkeit von Herzen, German sub titles, präsentiert von restorativecircles.de, 17:03 Minuten Dauer, Ende 2009

  • Video presentation by Van Jones (*1968) US American attorney, environmental advocate, civil rights activist, green jobs advisor in the White House (2009), founder of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Definition of Social Justice, sponsored by Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina, 19. January 2011, YouTube film, 1:56 minutes duration, posted 20. January 2011
    "In a socially just world – as opposed to a legally just world – since we are all pretty much born equally ignorant, we should have roughly equal chances to live their lives." Minute 1:04
  • Video presentation by Dr. David R. Hawkins, Prescott Seminar Peace, lecture 3, 3 DVD set, 8. August 2009 – Let go of wanting to change other people, YouTube film, 2:57 minutes duration, posted 8. May 2011
  • Video presentation by Dennis Prager (*1948) US American syndicated conservative radio talk show host and columnist, public speaker, author on Judeo-Christian and American values (E Pluribus Unum, In God We Trust, Liberty), Social Justice, sponsored by David Horowitz Retreat Weekend, Palos Verdes, 1.-3. April 2011, YouTube film, 2:46 minutes duration, posted 26. November 2011
    "Social justice means left wing equality. It is a substitute for the term equality. There is no social justice if there are rich and poor. Rich and poor is definitonally social injustice. […] Justice has no problem with there being rich and poor. Social justice has a problem with there being rich and poor." Minute 1:23
  • Video presentation by Bryan Stevenson (*1959) US American human rights lawyer, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, fighting poverty and racial discrimination in the criminal justice system, We need to talk about an injustice, presented by TED Talks 2012, 23:41 minutes duration, filmed March 2012, posted March 2012
  • Video DVD presentation by Rupert Ross, retired Canadian crown prosecutor working with First Nations in remote northwestern Ontario, author, Through A Relational Lens with Rupert Ross, keynote speech titled Rethinking Justice: Building Partnerships Between Police And Aboriginal People For Healthy Communities, presented at Rethinking Justice Conference, sponsored by the Pacific Business and Law Institute, Vancouver, B.C., 25.-26. October 2012, YouTube film, 45:32 minutes duration, posted 20. November 2012

Paradigmatic shift from the left-brained object-based Western perspective to the right-brained Native interdependent relational philosophy practicing justice as a healing experience based on a reversed hierarchy

Transforming prisons into a sanctuary for healing and transformation (Puuhonua); community-building approach, trauma informed system of caring partnership formation with a lasting systemic effect on the Criminal Justice System

Audio and video links (engl.) – Jordan Maxwell

Audios and videos on astrotheology, religious symbology and systemic enslavement by Jordan Maxwell (*1940) US American esoteric scholar, radio host, lecturer, author
TypeOfferingHeadingSponsor ♦ Location ♦ P-DateMinutes durationRelease date
YouTube videoPresentationJordan Maxwell on Occult Law PropertyUnknown6:0325. October 2008
YouTube videoInterviewUS Corporation, UCC-Maritime-Admiralty Law, Occult Symbolism, part 1 of 9
part 2 of 9
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COTO Report, host Megan Kargher, Los Angeles9:35
10:05
9:56
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10:01
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8:12
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YouTube videoInterviewUS Corporation, UCC-Maritime-Admiralty LawCOTO Report, host Megan Kargher, Los Angeles, posted by peoplestrust177610:3720. February 2013

Movie links (engl.)

German movie title: "Spiel mir das Lied vom Tod"

 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

Hawkins

 

 

1 Engaging the Powers. Discernment and Resistance in a World of Domination, Fortress Press, 1. January 1992

2 The Quakers (Society of Friends) comprise 0.0008% of the US population.

3 Statutory text developed by the American Law Institute (ALI) (*1923), funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, trivializing/normalizing all sexual crimes, footnoted by Alfred Kinsey, 1962

 

Anhand der Skala des Bewusstseins (Gradeinteilung von 1-1000), erarbeitet von Dr. David R. Hawkins, hat Gerechtigkeit Bewusstseinswerte von Bewusstseinswert 200-380. Dies platziert Gerechtigkeit in den Bereich der gesellschaftlich aufbauenden Integrität.
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