The website ‘Justice versus conscience’ is about the reality of life.
A thorny pain point of justice becomes clear in ‘the Case Liam Allan’, namely the impossibility of Liam Allan getting caught up in Justice as a 19-year-old criminology student and only getting out of it, one minute to 12, by chance through the intervention of the prosecutor Jerry Hayes.
Among other things, BBC videos on the website make you think about what is not possible!
The other side of justice.
The box of tricks.
The phenomenon of man.
A three-part website, preceded by an introduction and a preface.
Part 1: Liam Allan: the unimaginable completely fabricated story.
Part 2: Science fraud in the Netherlands: Diederik Stapel, invented scientific research
Part 3: An endless series of unimaginable miscarriages of justice.
Humanity is inseparable from the life of a human being.
Conscience determines the place and function of justice in society.
Particularly surprising in the margins: Michelle and Barack Obama, Sir David Attenborough, Prof. Dr. Dirk De Wachter, The life story of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, No Limits with Nick Vujicic, Susan Boyle, Greta Thunberg, Rosa Parks, Mahatma Gandhi, Harriet Tubman, JK. Rowling Speaks at Harvard Commencement, Harvard professor Michael Sandel: Justice: What’s the right thing to do? Television broadcasts: looking into the soul of the judge, the lawyer, Barry Scheck Innocence Project, Bryan Stevenson, Toby the Devil, The compelling TED talk Monica Lewinsky, Cristiano Ronaldo grew up in extreme poverty, Yuval Noah Harari, see Table of content, search function: Search
The website in a nutshell: in the footer of each web page and in the web page ‘In a nutshell’, at the bottom of the last menu item, there are hyperlinks to the main features of the website
The website makes use of examples
A society paradox: Jimmy Savile, Jeffrey Epstein, Prince Andrew, Bill Cosby and similar blood-curdling cases including The Rotherham scandal. The enigma Madeleine McCann, Donald Trump.
Ricky Jackson, Anthony Ray Hinton, Ryan Ferguson, Michael Morton, The Birmingham Six, The Guildford Four, Robert Jones Locked up for 23 years – when the real killer had already been jailed, Jimmy Dennis and countless others who have such things happen to them.
This underlines the seriousness of the object of the website Liam Allan.
The Brexit paradox, John Bercow. Super hero Mamoudou Gassama. Manuel Mauro. Teacher Mr. Bonner. Donovan Livingston : Speech on Race and Education. Michael Sandel e.g. on Immigration. The Little Prince.
A true view of justice
There is a divide between society and reality:
the gap between justice and reality.
Purpose of the website
The website is a reflection exercise
about what really happens in the justice system versus the public perception.
1 When They See Us | The Criminal System of Injustice Featurette | Netflix
31 mei 2019
2 THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS | an inspirational journey | short motivational video
The secret of happiness….is a spoon??!
Some spend their entire lives seeking happiness.
But really…what actually is happiness??!!
Do you need to have something, be something, do something in order to be happy?
In the book, The Alchemist, there is a simple story of a young boy in search of this very thing.
The story begins with the boy heading off into the desert, wanting to learn the secret of happiness from the ‘wisest man in world’. He travels for many a day until finally….he reaches a beautiful castle, the home of the wise man.
As the boy enters the magnificent castle, he is surrounded by hundreds of people, every group from tradespeople and guests to musicians. After the boy has waited patiently, the wise man finally speaks to him. He asks the young boy who is in search of himself, why he has come to him.
The wise man advises that he is unable to discuss the boy’s quest at this very moment. Instead, he tells the boy to take a walk around his beautiful palace and come back to him a few hours. Before the boy left, the wise man handed him a spoon that held two drops of oil, “As you wander around, carry this spoon with you without allowing the oil to spill,’ the wise man instructs.
After two hours, the boy returns to the wise man. “Well,” asked the wise man, “did you see the Persian tapestries that are hanging in my dining hall? Did you see the garden that took the master gardener ten years to create? Did you notice the beautiful parchments in my library?’
The boy was embarrassed and confessed he had observed nothing as he was only focused on not spilling the oil the wise man had given him.
“Then go back and observe the marvels of my world,” said the wise man. Relieved, the boy picked up the spoon and began exploring this palace once more, this time observing everything, from the garden to the amazing art work and the breathtaking views of the mountains all around the castle. The boy once again returned to the wise man, this time relating everything he had seen in great detail.
“But where are the drops of oil I entrusted to you?” asked the wise man. Looking down at the spoon he held, the boy saw that the oil was gone.
“Well there is only one piece of advice I can give you,” said the wise man.
“The secret of happiness is to see all the marvels of the world, and never forget the drops of oil on the spoon.”
From this simple story, we learn the key to happiness could be summed up as having balance. As the saying goes:
We should take time to ‘smell the roses’ and enjoy all the wonderful things that life has to offer — from spending with our children to going on morning walks and watching the sun rise.
But what is also being said is that we must not forget the other piece of the puzzle: the drops of oil on our spoon.
Every one of us carries our purpose. It is our purpose that drives us and also gives us joy and a sense of accomplishment.
5 The Foolish Donkey – A short story | Morals
17 feb. 2020
Our page “Morals” have only one goal to entertain and amuse people by hardworking and conscientious.
The story has a moral in order to concern with the principles of right and wrong behaviour and for holding or manifesting high principles for proper conduct.
Morals are the prevailing standards of behavior that enable people to live cooperatively in groups. Moral refers to what societies sanction as right and acceptable.
Most people tend to act morally and follow societal guidelines. Morality often requires that people sacrifice their own short-term interests for the benefit of society. People or entities that are indifferent to right and wrong are considered amoral, while those who do evil acts are considered immoral.
Our mission is to convey and usher you the about good and bad morals.
I plea you to assist or do a favour to us and share the following short videos having lessons for creating a better environment in our country.
Here is what video is about:-
The story is about a donkey known as foolish donkey on basis of his act. The salt seller is the master of foolish donkey. The donkey once used to cheat his master in order to overcome his work. His master, the salt seller, got to know about his act and decided to teach foolish donkey a lesson. Watch the video to get the lesson.
22 apr. 2021
The Foolish Donkey | Short moral stories
A salt seller used to carry the salt bag on his donkey to the market every day.
On the way they had to cross a stream. One day the donkey suddenly tumbled down the stream and the salt bag also fell into the water. The salt dissolved in the water and hence the bag became very light to carry. The donkey was happy.
Then the donkey started to play the same trick every day.
The salt seller came to understand the trick and decided to teach a lesson to it. The next day he loaded a cotton bag on the donkey.
Again it played the same trick hoping that the cotton bag would be still become lighter.
But the dampened cotton became very heavy to carry and the donkey suffered. It learnt a lesson. It didn’t play the trick anymore after that day, and the seller was happy.
Moral of the story: Luck won’t favor always.
6 Two Cops Sharing an Ice Cream Cone Prank
19 apr. 2018
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