Hindsight: the ability to understand an event or situation only after it has happened:
With (the benefit/wisdom of) hindsight, I should have taken the job.
In hindsight, it would have been better to wait.
The Achilles’ heel of the judiciary is simply stumbling by not paying attention to contradictions.
Failing to immediately identify impossible data, misleading – to disorient – or ignoring available evidence, getting caught up in errors of judgement, one cannot imagine.
It is strange that the judiciary does not take a step back from a false object.
In essence, one cannot come into contact with the justice system if there is no prior sound professional judgement.
It can happen that one falls between the cracks and becomes the object of justice, when it is not applicable.
The extent of unimaginable errors in simple matters, such as Liam Allan – the website’s template – and other issues in the website, make it clear that there is a domain within the judiciary that is deficient in normal independent and fair functioning.
One cannot ignore the monster of appearances versus the harmony of life (cfr Hyacint Boquet the first 2 minutes of the video). It should not be possible that justice can be used as a toy.
It is incompatible that the Justice system damages people and puts them in bad circumstances.
Justice cannot do things that should not be allowed to happen at all.
The court’s decision has to be a victory for common sense.
It can happen that the judiciary gets caught up in a confused picture, has no references, has no knowledge of data and does not realise what really happened. Tunnel vision (the fact that someone considers only one part of a problem or situation, or holds a single opinion rather than having a more general understanding) or the scapegoat phenomenon.
It is as if a judge, a jury or an authority is working in the pitch dark, making a decision, taking a measure, that is not applicable.
It is like the unimaginable event of a plane landing at the wrong destination, because in the procedures to prevent errors, something has been overlooked Wrong destination
So you get stuck in coincidences and confusion, steered by wrong influence, something that does not meet the primary requirements of justice. In such a random event, it is impossible to arrive at an unequivocally correct and inspiring answer.
Justice, a judge, a jury or an authority cannot be rushed and scurrilous.
If you rely on assumptions, you can get completely wrong and get bogged down in a quagmire of mistakes with all its consequences.
- Justice is sometimes clearly in the wrong.
- Senseless justice, as explained in the short piece of text above.
- An uncontrollable event, triggered by chance or accident, getting completely out of hand is not normal justice. It is chaos.
- It is a worldwide phenomenon.
- Awareness of the wrong kind of justice and making it discussable is necessary, because it touches the essence of life.
- It is no longer appropriate to sweep it under the carpet. It is socially wrong.
2 apr. 2011