People are not happy to accept her “help”.
The incredible story of a young man in Afghanistan and his escape to Europe.
Young Qadir grows up in a small village in Afghanistan with his mother’s tales of dreams and his father’s iron determination.
All he owns are eight marbles.
War is all around them, killing many loved ones. Qadir survives by working for the international troops who come to liberate his country, until he too has to flee from the violence with his wife and children, with the Taliban hot on their heels.
They cross mountains and seas, finally reaching Europe after three months. But the Great Gatekeeper refuses to let them in. One by one, Qadir loses the jingling marbles of his life. And yet there is hope.
In the first years of life, life is natural and spontaneous.
A child is joy, joyful, discovering, a child makes happy.
A child creates life, the naturalness of life, a basis where people can be normal.
To be blamed for something that you obviously have nothing to do with, where by definition it is clear – neither part nor share – this is not the reality of life.
It is extremely worrying when the previous sentence is a foregone conclusion for everyone, an established fact, because everyone knows you through and through – it is not in the nature of the person to do what you are blamed for.
They are wrong questions, when they are incongruous, a search for nails on low water.
Do we not realise what the impact can be of an internal justice issue – a justice paradox, i.e. using a person as a scapegoat without cause, reason or motive?
This does not correspond to what one may expect from the judiciary. To look for something bordering on the impossible and then put the person in a situation where he has to create insight from the absurd about something that is not there. It is strange.
This is not the professionalism that should be a basis for justice.
When everything is so biased and conditioned, contrary to evidence or images, as the extreme example, the jury verdict in Rodney King’s case to acquit the four Los Angeles cops of guilt, four cops who beat him in group continuously, as recorded on repulsive video footage.
A verdict that resulted in $1 billion in damages if the verdict became known.
Justice is degraded to a stupid joke, ‘a bad joke’, which the magistrate in the Candid Camera below also falls for, although he knows this is impossible.