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A Basic Introduction for Understanding Humanitarian Justice

By

Ultra Savage


Part 1


In order to understand Humanitarian Justice, the nature of existence must first be understood. The nature of existence is to maintain existence. This means that the nature of anything which exists is to maintain its existence. This is a fact because if the nature of any single thing which exists is not to maintain its existence, then such a thing would not exist because it would not have maintained its existence. Considering this fact and the fact that things do exist, thus the universal nature of all things which exist is to maintain existence.


Now, since the nature of anything which exists is to maintain existence, therefore a state of order must be brought about. Thus order is a state of beings which maintains existence. Now, the opposite of order is chaos. Considering this fact, thus chaos is a state of being which does not maintain existence. Since chaos does not maintain existence, then chaos brings about nonexistence. Considering the fact that the nature of anything which exists is to maintain existence, then the nature of all things which exist is to avoid chaos by remaining under a state of order.


Taking into account that the nature of anything which exists is to remain under a state of order, thus laws must be established because order can only be brought about by the application of laws. Considering this fact, thus laws are formats of behavior by which a thing should behave accordingly in order to maintain existence. Thus behavior by law is the way a thing should behave in order to maintain existence.


Now, acts of behavior contrary to law are called acts of injustice. Since it is a fact that behavior according to law maintains order which maintains existence, and injustice is acts of behavior which are contrary to law, thus injustice is the act of disrupting order which give rise to chaos which leads to nonexistence. Whenever injustice occurs problems are created which means that all problems are caused by injustice.


Considering the fact that injustice causes problems with maintaining existence, therefore whenever injustice does occur, action must be taken to neutralize the destructive effects of injustice. Such action is called law enforcement consistent with the application and dynamics of the nature of justice. Thus justice, even law enforcement, is simply the act of maintaining existence by eradicating an act of injustice, and this is accomplished by means of applying an opposite and equal force against injustice. Considering this, thus the secret to maintaining existence is justice, and as long as justice is adequately applied, existence would be maintained for infinity as a result of the effects, nature, and state of order.


Part 2


Considering the fact that humanity is a thing or phenomenon which exists, therefore the nature of humanity is to maintain existence, and in order to do this, order must be established by the application of humanitarian laws by which humans should behave accordingly in order for humanity to maintain existence. Now, when it comes to establishing humanitarian laws, two factors are involved. These two factors are the individual and the social establishment. The individual is each separate member of a social establishment. A social establishment is a mass of individuals living together as a functioning group. Considering the fact that injustice is destructive to maintaining existence, thus the basic principle for maintaining the existence of humanity is that it is forbidden for the individual to commit an act of injustice upon the social establishment, and that it is forbidden for the social establishment to commit an act of injustice upon the individual. This basic law of humanity is called the Supreme Law of Humanity because under no circumstance should this law be broken. This law is also called the Parental Law of Humanity because all other humanitarian laws are based upon this principle and regulated by this legal concept.


The establishing of humanitarian laws begins with the individual. As stated by the Supreme Law of Humanity, it is forbidden for the individual to commit an act of injustice upon the social establishment. Considering the fact that injustice is that which is destructive to order and thus existence, thus it is unlawful for an individual to commit any act which is physically destructive or disruptive to the peaceful orderly function and the physical existence of the social establishment.


Now, injustice perpetrated by an individual upon the social order is called crime. Thus a crime is simply any act of physical destruction perpetrated by an individual against another individual of a social establishment, or any act of physical disruption against an orderly functional system which is just, fair, and equal, without hypocrisy, unto all of its citizens. Considering this and based upon rational intellectual observation, it will be observed to be true, even self-evident, that there are generally seven categories of crime which are classified as violence, vandalism, theft, harassment, negligence, fraud, and public violations. There are perhaps more categories, but for the sake of debate unto the truth and to keep a long story as short as possible and straight to the point, we will consider these seven categories for starters knowing the complex issue of legal dynamics or legality.


Violence is the act of one individual directly causing or threatening immediate physical harm to another individual, without provocation. Such examples of acts of violence are acts of murder, physical assault, sexual assault (including child molestation), and robbery.


Vandalism is the act of one individual causing direct physical destruction or intruding upon the property of another individual. Such examples of acts of vandalism are acts of trespassing, breaking and entering, burglary, and arson.


Theft is the act of one individual taking ownership or possession of property, without permission, from another individual who is the true owner of the property in question. Such examples of acts of theft are acts of stealing, shoplifting, and embezzlement.


Harassment is the act of one individual deliberately intending to cause direct psychological discomfort to another individual. Such examples of acts of harassment are the acts of verbal or symbolic threats, insulting gestures, obscene phone calls, lewd gestures, undesired sexual advances and remarks, social slurs, and disturbance of the peace.


Negligence is the act of one individual directly jeopardizing the safety or health of another individual. Such examples acts of negligence are the acts of driving while drunk, being under the influence of hallucinogenic drugs in the public, or any type of out of control or careless behavior, even without the involvement of drugs, of which another individual or property can be harm or damaged.


Fraud is the act of one individual swindling or conning another individual. Such examples of acts of fraud are the acts of lying, (against righteous authorities), cheating (a humanitarian social system of equality), malpractice, falsification of documents that are misleading, illfunctional, or corrupt for public or private use or operations, and adultery.


Public Violation is the act of one individual violating set standards of behavior which are necessary for the orderly functional systems of the social establishment. Such examples acts of public violation are the acts of not paying taxes, traffic violations, and violating zoning laws, breaking building codes, and disorderly conduct or illfunctional conflict with intended use of public facilities.


These are the seven basic categories of crime which are unlawful for an individual to commit. Now, considering the fact that only these criminal acts, which are directly physically destructive to the orderly existence of a social establishment, are unlawful, therefore, individual freedom is simply the right for an individual to commit any act he chooses to as long as such an act is not a humanitarian crime against another individual of the social establishment. Therefore, omnipotent human rights are simply all acts of human behavior which an individual is justified to commit because such acts do not violate other individuals human rights. Based upon this idea, now it can be scientifically or logically advocated without doubt by any and all rational individuals, that human rights are absolutely the right for people to have freedom of expression, freedom of religion, freedom of marriage, freedom of self-defense-such as to bare weapons, freedom of recreation and happiness, freedom of education, freedom of economic prosperity, freedom of public and private assemble, freedom of social mobility-upwards or downwards, freedom for social leadership, freedom of entertainment, freedom of ownership of personal property, freedom of treatment of personal property, freedom of fashion and public presentation, freedom of morality, freedom of social activism, and any and all other forms of freedom not mentioned that do not violate other people’s right to survive in peace without unprovoked physical harm or mental harassment from persecution. In other words all humans should live and let live to survive in peace in spite of the physical and psychological differences that we are all dealing with, and to live and let live is the essential principle of Mutual Assured Survival for all of mankind for generations to come such as an idea that does transcend time and space forever.


Part 3


To complete the establishing of humanitarian laws, now the social establishment must be taken under consideration. Taking the Parental Law of Humanity into consideration, it is forbidden for the social establishment to commit an act of injustice upon the individual. Injustice perpetrated by the social establishment upon the individual is called social oppression. Considering the fact that individual freedom is the right for an individual to commit any act he choose as long as such an act is not a humanitarian crime against the human rights and freedom of others to survive in peace personally or in peace along with any equal, just, and functional social systems, therefore, social oppression is simply any and all acts of a social establishment denying an individual the freedom to exercise his human rights without justification. Social oppression is unjust whether the social establishment commits these acts of oppression against individuals’ human rights by groups of hatemongering, (not just “harmless hatred” such as nonviolent freedom of expression, but real acts of criminal intent and behavior such as harassment, violence, or any form of crime), or by committing social oppression through unjust military and law enforcement. Considering this and based upon rational intellectual observation, it will be observed to be true, even self-evident, that there are generally five categorizes of social oppression which are classified as discrimination, moral tyranny, censorship, preventive injustice, and abuse of authority. There are perhaps more categories, but for the sake of debate unto the truth and to keep a long story as short as possible and straight to the point, we will consider these five categories for starters knowing the complex issue of legal dynamics or legality that can be elaborated from these basic principles later.


Discrimination is the act of treating an individual unequally in comparison to others based upon certain different qualities of the individual which are irrelevant factors to the functional dynamics of the issue in questioning. Such acts of discrimination are based upon individual qualities such as race, religion, sex, beliefs, age, fashion, and practices of moral opinions. Discrimination is an act of social injustice because by definition of freedom, an individual has a right to be treated equally in comparison to others for any situation in questioning because such an act is not a crime against another individual’s human rights. Also, laws are based upon justice and not the qualities of individuals. Considering the fact that the only justification for denying an individual the freedom to exercise his human rights is only when he has abused his rights by committing a crime, thus there is no justification for enforcing discrimination because it is absolutely impossible for an individual to commit a crime just by being himself or herself.


Moral tyranny is the act of denying an individual the freedom to exercise his human rights based upon the perception that the act which the individual would commit is immoral. Such acts of moral tyranny are the illegalization of so-called sinful behavior such as smoking, fornication, prostitution, gambling, interracial marring, gay marrying, polygamy, recreational drug usage, so-called lewd behavior, euthanasia, and animal sacrifices. Moral tyranny is an act of injustice because by definition of freedom, an individual has a right to behave immorally or so-called immorally because such an act is not a true or humanitarian crime against another individual’s human right to survive in peace. Furthermore, for equality sake, laws should, must, and can only be based upon the functional dynamics of physical human survival, such as humanitarian justice, and not relative moral opinions of human emotions. This is so because if the government outlaw one form of immorality because of some members of community outrage, the government must outlaw all forms immorality because of community outrage, for as the old saying goes ‘what’s good for the goose is good for the gander’, and the government must consider the human rights of the majority and the minority for sometimes democratic vote can be used to legislate social injustice and bigotry against others by means of the military and police. The fact remains that an individual cannot comment a crime by behaving immorally personally or so-called perverted, and if anything, such a person is only hurting himself or herself and not others. Therefore, there is no justification for enforcing moral tyranny for all individuals have the human right to live or die unto his or her own bodies.


Censorship is the act of denying an individual the freedom to exercise his human rights based upon the belief that the act which the individual would commit is inappropriate, obscene, or dangerous to the social order or society. Such acts of censorship are the censoring of words which are considered profane, acts or scenes which are considered obscene, and ideas which are considered dangerous to the social establishment. Censorship is an act of social injustice because by definition of freedom, an individual has a right to be so-called profane, obscene, vulgar, or to express any good positive ideas he or she chooses unto society for glory, enlightenment, social improvement, or mere entertainment. This is so because such acts are not criminal, and laws are based upon the physical functional dynamics of humanitarian justice and not the irrelevant factor or instability of relative human opinion for what is profanity or obscenity. Also, what is considered profane or obscene is not universal, and thus cannot be physically enforced upon all individuals to believe the same. To do so is mind-corrupting or brainwashing which does not consider the principle of justice and equality and balance between majority and minority rights. Censorship from the government also violates all individuals’ freedom of expression. But like the old saying goes, you cannot shout fire in a crowded theater when there is no fire. This is a crime of lying and fraud against others and not true freedom of expression. However, as wisdom and truth dictates, what if there is a fire in a crowded theater? Then one does have the right to shout fire in a crowed theater for the sake of saving lives from death. Or in other words, why would the government censor the truth concerning any subject, whether the truth is perceived to be positive or negative, in reference to feelings, when it is designed to save people from deception and being misled? Truth is truth, therefore we all have a human right to shout fire in a theater when we are telling the truth and not committing the crime of public fraud even psychological harassment with fear. Also, bad jokes are not justified dealing with serious matters such as playing with people’s minds and perceptions of danger concerning life and death issues.


Preventive Injustice is the act of denying an individual the freedom to exercise his human rights in an effort to prevent a crime from occurring, (because others abuse their human rights by committing crime), or to take away people’s freedom for the sake of preventing and to get rid of a social problem. Such acts of preventive injustice are some weapon control laws for preventing crime, outlawing child birth and mandatory sterilization to prevent overpopulation, and outlawing cutting down trees on private property to prevent environmental problems. However, preventive injustice is an act of social injustice because laws are based upon the functional dynamics of justice and not the notion of preventing crime by denying an individual the freedom to exercise his or her human rights. Preventive injustice is a form of prejudice on the behalf of the government for it is like the government is prejudging its citizens to be guilty of a crime but a crime has not actually been committed. Furthermore, the possibility of a crime may never take place at all. It is an oppressive method of law enforcement to violate individual human rights such as the ideological principle to be guilty already of intent to commit crime even when the intend is not proven, which is the complete opposite of the idea of innocent until proven guilty. The only justification for denying an individual the freedom to exercise certain rights is only when he or she has actually committed a crime, and considering the fact that preventive injustice is a form of unjust punishment upon those who have not committed a crime, thus there is no justification for the enforcement of preventive injustice.


Abuse of Authority is the act of enforcing actions which have no valid purposes. Such acts of abuse of authority are unreasonable or nonfunctional high taxing of the people, police brutality, rigging elections, systematic oppression, and public misappropriations of funds. However, abuse of authority is an act of social injustice because it’s legality is illegal and political corruption of social leadership which is inconsistent with the use of righteous and proper authority based upon what is lawful and physically functional for the orderly functioning of society. Abuse of authority is an act of social injustice because there is simply no justification for abusive use of power. Such acts only cause the members of a society to feel frustrated which leads to undesirable riots, and justifiable revolutions, violent or nonviolent, against unfair and oppressive governments.


These are the five general categories of social oppression. Now, for some societies the leaders of the social establishment may feel that it is best for the whole of society to carry out certain acts of social oppression in an effort to solve certain problems facing society. However, problem or no problem, there is absolutely no justification to commit an act of injustice, and the use of social oppression would be an act of injustice. Considering the fact that all problems are caused by injustice, thus if social oppression is used in an attempt to end a social problem, then such an act is like attempting to put out a fire with the application of more fire, such as trying to solve one problem by using another problem. This happens because of misunderstanding, lack of education, and sometimes deliberate foolishness. Besides, not only from overwhelming stress and unprovoked animosity, but many reasons behind many unjust, discriminatory, and unfair social events is dictated by false-logic and misperceptions of truth. Considering this example of thinking and defective reasoning such as: water is used to put out fire, water is a liquid, gasoline is also a liquid, therefore gasoline can be used to put out fire. This statement which suggests that gasoline can put out fire be is absolutely false and based upon false-logic, for it is an absolute fact that water is a nonflammable liquid and gasoline is a flammable liquid. People should consider the absolute facts and only the functional relevant principles of a subject in order to determine the absolute truth concerning the genuine nature of all subjects. Considering the fact that only the principle of justice can eliminate the principle of injustice, thus the use of social oppression would do nothing to solve a problem, it would only escalate the problem even to cause more problems and injustice.


I, even other good people of a humanitarian nature, have other social ideas for a more perfect union unto the perfect governmental systems for mankind throughout the world. Humanitarian Justice for dealing with human rights and freedom is an issue of top priority for improving society with social change unto human equality, even if some humanitarian ideas seems to be immoral or wrong because of human ignorance not knowing perfect righteous judgment for fair and compassionate treatment of their fellow citizens. Other social priorities to be used against poverty, for example, are free health care, free food care, free utilities care, free educational care, and a taxless economic system as some countries already have these systems in full effect. All nations should establish and maintain the existence of these systems, and it is possible to make such systems economically viable dealing with industrialize societies, to exalt and increase better living for mankind. As far as people wanting cars, TV’s, furniture, stereos, computers, jewelry, business equipment, home remodeling, lawn care service, to go out to restaurants, to enjoy entertainment, or to live out any other form of none essentials needs for basic human survival, then such people would have to work or labor for those goods and services. Social activism and charity are good and functionally necessary for helping the socially needed, but labor is important also for the economy and productive advancement of society as well. For the sake of living in peace and not to pass on social problems unto the next generation, we all as human beings from all walks of life must get out and stay out of the state of mind of emotional animosity, economic greed for crime and oppression, bigotry, and hatred towards others who are innocent of violating human rights. This applies unto all human groups, communities, social parties, and spiritual orders, by all given names, which are supposed to be rooted in righteousness. Unto all who shall consider themselves as simple and humble Righteous Believers to be exalted unto the Almighty Truth, we must work together or independently which ever may be the case to help mankind, which includes helping ourselves personally too, and eventually to save souls from the hypocrisy of being condemned to a literal psychological or spiritual hell forever. Therefore, all should seek good desires and works unto eternal life called salvation forever.