The Law Is Blind
The law is blind to the truth, if you are wrong, you will not be given justice. They often say that justice is only for the rich, isn't it true? When you don't have money, those above will not listen to you. They will be deaf to the poor, and their ears will be open to the wealthy. It is painful and hard to accept the truth, truths that no one will listen to you when you are oppressed.
Because the law only focuses on the rich, and neglects the poor. Let's say that, the law must protect the people. This should be the one that gives peacefulness to something, but what if it is the cause of difficulties? What if this is the reason why someone is oppressed and why some people are tortured? It is not difficult to speak the truth, it is not difficult to speak according to what is really happening.
But there is a problem, what exactly is the problem?
The problem I am referring to is the unfairness of the law. No, it shouldn't be a law. I'm not saying it's people, I'm also not saying it's higher ups. But yes, I am referring to those who have powers at the top who do nothing when they see someone being oppressed by other police, or someone else who is supposed to protect the people. You don't have to react to the truth, if you get hit it's not my fault either.
If I'm conveying something here, it's to be open and honest about everything. The pain is seen by the people who are being treated by the police, or by those in higher ups. The law was once useless, but why does it continue to happen today? Where are the justices for the mercilessly murdered person? Where is the justice for people who are mercilessly abused? Where are the people who are supposed to protect the citizens? Why does it seem like there has been a silence among the people who should be protectors whenever someone tells the truth?
Why is it that when people who are victims of abuse speak, suddenly something bad happens to them? Why when someone asks for protection not to be hurt, there's a reaction but why there's no action? Where is the care that should be given to abused people? Where? Why do things become reasons that shouldn't be? And because you want to silence someone so much that they don't tell the truth, it ended up killing them so that the truth wouldn't come out.