The most important fact in a situation
The bottom line is that we need another ten thousand dollars to complete the project.
“The greatness of humanity is not being human, but is being humane.”
Being humane, being truly human.
A small human gesture.
The bottom line
Being able to discuss something, in a difficult situation, tell his story is part of being human.
It is necessary to be able to understand what is going on and if possible to be understanding, to show sympathy or empathy or compassion. We can still talk, can’t we?
Ethics = the science that develops critical reasoning methods to ascertain what is good and bad, just and unjust, responsible and irresponsible, humane and demeaning.
In short: everything that belongs to human responsibility.
With the aim of seeking the most humane solution.
1 Honesty is sometimes one of the weakest links in our society,
as emphasized in Jonathan Roberts’ Harvard Commencement in 2017.
A few line from his Harvard address:
THE AUTHENTICITY OF OTHERS PAIN,
- in economics we learned to quantify and dehumanize suffering,
- we learn that poverty, inequality, unemployment are unavoidable,
- that so long as we reach equilibrium people who live on pennies a day are somehow better off,
- in social studies and sociology we learn to treat others suffering as an academic exercise to ponder their pain from a distance,
- we critique structural inequality and oppression.
2 The darker side of justice
It is inherent to justice that aberrations can and do occur, such as Diederik Stapel’s ‘Science Fraud’ (part 2 of the website).
Diederik Stapel’s ‘Science Fraud’ is outstandingly described in the New York Times article The Mind of a Con Man.
The example of Bernie Madoff is a variant of Diederik Stapel’s conman, a 65 billion dollar fraud.
It is hard to believe that this is possible.
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One cannot imagine it.
In a simple black and white situation, one can create an image on paper that is the exact opposite of the reality known by everyone.
In other words, you can lie to your face and deliberately destroy a person’s life.
Patented deception sometimes becomes the norm.
The Liam Allan case is a good example.
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One cannot imagine that there are people who are so alienated from the reality of life.
They behave in such a way that one can say they are hardly human anymore.
Sometimes you can say they are people without conscience.
As already mentioned on the first web page.
They belong to the entities of justice but do nothing but fool people.
They shamelessly drag the profession and the trade through the mud, making fools of themselves and dragging others into their wrong practices.
Patented nutcases. It is a justice paradox.
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It is essential to dwell on such a observation. In such a situation, it is necessary to have a human conversation and to do what is necessary.
You have to do what you have to do. You cannot fool someone in order to ruin their life.
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The bottom line is that it is open to discussion that there is something wrong with the justice system itself.
The integrity of the justice system. That there is a transparent attitude. An honest attitude, a conscience, where people can be quite natural. Justice is not an island, it is part of society. A dossier cannot be a façade for reality, but a reflection of reality.
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Sometimes you have a situation where you notice that you are dealing with nonsense data, which cannot be used.
Sometimes you think for a moment and notice that you’re dealing with a strange twist, and so on.
What do you achieve when you encapsulate yourself in strange notions like:
I’m only a cog and Pilate washes his hands with the result that everything ends badly?
It’s about a normally functioning justice system in the first place, making it clear what’s really going on.
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If something happens like: whose bread one eats, whose word you speak, with the result that someone’s life becomes a mess.
You cannot just look the other way and do nothing when someone of good character gets into trouble for no reason, cause or motive.
The Samaritan of the day, in the quiet and in the shadows a little humanity is only natural.
What 24 horses could not do was the gentle hand of the diplomat (The Magdeburg hemispheres).
When you belong to the establishment, you have to have the guts to tell people what to do. The soft core of human values is important. The virtue in society. The model must not become a mess. That we keep talking to each other. A sincere commitment to the people around us. Fighting harder that we can keep this beautiful place here on earth. Go the extra mile.
When you see the reality of life and are confronted with it, you are touched by what is happening and you share in the pain and do not lapse into foolishness and unworldly behaviour.
When you are dealing with a faulty justice system,
which commits abject errors,
you can expect this to be resolved correctly.
Against this background it is necessary to be able to speak to an honest person.
You have to do what you have to do,
because it happens that you are dealing with people with bad intentions,
Even for the very simple black and withe case of Liam Allan,
it is not normal what happened.
5 Do not make a mistake evil does exist in this world
“Few are those who see with their own eyes and feel with their own hearts.”
This, explains why there are so many people chewing on and spitting trendy narratives!
You have to do what you have to do
Said of any task or obligation that one must undertake or go through with, especially when it is difficult, unpleasant, undesirable, inconvenient, etc.
6 Cooperation with evil
In the case of The Central Park Firve, we have a justice system that lends itself to doing blatantly wrong things to young teenagers!
Please listen thoughtfully to video 1 – Wrong destination to understand how mistakes are made.
Similarly, mistakes are made in the legal system…
It is like in the candid camera below, a single action somewhere by a single entity in the system is enough.
Someone asks for help and, in the end, gets the shock of his life!
The expression “The bottom line” typically refers to the most important or crucial points or outcomes of a situation or issue. It is often used in business or financial contexts, but can also be used more broadly in other areas of life. The key points associated with the expression “The bottom line” include:
The final result or conclusion: “The bottom line is that we need to increase sales to meet our targets.”
The essential or most significant aspects: “Let’s focus on the bottom line and address the key issues affecting our project.”
The financial or monetary outcome: “The bottom line of our quarterly report shows a decrease in profits compared to last year.”
The ultimate or decisive factor: “When making decisions, the bottom line is whether it’s profitable for the company.”
The overall summary or conclusion: “After evaluating all the factors, the bottom line is that we need to change our marketing strategy.”
The ultimate goal or objective: “The bottom line of our organization is to provide high-quality service to our customers.”
In general, “The bottom line” is a figurative expression that conveys the most important or fundamental aspects of a situation, often with a focus on financial outcomes or key results.
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