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The Law, Government, Truth & Spiritual violence

The Law, Government, Truth & Spiritual Violence






… It is not straightforward or easy for someone who is a deprived citizen in a Christian society to institute a lawsuit in case of alleged injustice in order to be put in the right or to claim justice.

… In the absence of money for the expenses that come with a lawsuit, the less fortunate are as good as lost.


.. And when a citizen in his right to redress can not freely appeal to legal aid where every time a piece of cake goes off or is cut back by the government, the poor man is at the mercy of the whimpers of the sharks in human form.

These are the interested natural persons and the legal entities.


…… Yet the government still dares to speak about equal rights in a democracy in this hypocritical religious society, which in reality is still far to be found here.

… In fact, this amounts to “false rights.” And sham rights include laws and regulations, which the government has devised to mislead citizens legally.


… Furthermore, a pro-deo regulation or addition does not cover all litigation costs, so only people with money often have the most chance of succeeding in obtaining their right in this rightful society.


… And then there is the question of whether for someone who is in his right also right is spoken to satisfaction because “right” is usually just as “crooked” as the Bible, the Koran, and other holy books from which one learns to be a bad person, rather than the opposite.


… And as the image expresses of Lady Justice, she is as blind as a mole and as deaf as a quail, and thus, in reality, can never speak justice, let alone listen carefully to the point of a case for a fair judgment.


And the legal inequality that emerges everywhere in a legitimate society is called Christian justice.


… Well, Christian equality in the representation of human rights violations in a legality system within the framework of the laws and regulations of the religious countries is also not to be found with a lamp.


… And under “justice” is understood as “lawfulness” in a constitutional state, but these two concepts are diverse in legal power.


The legal aid law that currently still applies does not cover costs for the minimums, but now the Dutch government threatens to cut back even more, while the less fortunate people must be protected in their rights.

… When the aforementioned austerity measures continue, it means that there is more injustice for the underprivileged Dutch people.

… This is from the crazy !?


In other words, the Dutch government intends to afford even more injustice to its citizens than it has and always has done.

For this, look at the working methods of the rich civilized countries with a democratically elected government, where “playing your own judge and taking the law into your own hands” is the order of the day.


… In the Netherlands, for example, socially vulnerable people are the first to be cut financially by austerity measures in which law and injustice go together rigorously.

… In this way, the poor civilian people are ruthlessly pushed deeper and deeper into the misery that they were already, and their social or personal situation is not taken into account at all.


The government, which should be for the bourgeoisie, actually gives a bad example to the population, because in crucial government negotiations it takes the law into its own hands in advance.

… In doing so, the self-taken decisions are carried out unilaterally, so without having properly consulted its subjects in accordance with the democratic legal system.

… The government clearly perpetuates mental violence against the bourgeoisie and legally deals with what belongs to another according to the proposition “Honesty is the best policy, but stealing is faster!”


Sometimes the government tries to be honest by ordering a referendum in general dissatisfaction to compensate for their biased decision.

… But if in spite of all the precautionary measures the result of the referendum in favor of the opposing party has taken place, then the relevant result was often not taken into account in the final decision by the ruling elite class.

… So hypocrisy and popular deception are at the top.


… So it happens that national laws and regulations are applied randomly to the civilian population according to the changing standards of the government.

… And the elite class almost always emanates the measures of governance of policymakers, as a result of which the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.


Justice and Hypocrisy


When an ordinary citizen calls on justice for urgent legal assistance or for personal protection, protection is often made impossible by all kinds of law articles.
… As a standard, the needy citizen only experiences protection when he or she is already wronged or after she has been bled to death.


… So, only after everything has been escalated, legal measures are taken and the Christian judicial system, so hypocritical as it is, is rushing into action while avoiding cost and effort to track down and try the wrongdoers. And this help comes as usual far too late for the victims.


It is largely unavoidable in the modern Christian society that “prevention is better than cure”, except when an interesting situation suits justice or if an influential or well-known person screams for help, it seems that people can be eligible for emergency aid by operation of law.


In addition, in a host of cases, criminals are protected against trial in accordance with all sorts of legal avenues by human rights huggers, advocates, and by bribery of justice.

… That is why, in most cases, the perpetrators are practically free or come off with a milder punishment than the intention should be.

… In many cases, it is usually a matter of negotiating with the Justice Department in the upper room at the round table in which way and for how much money the debt or crime can be bought off.


… So the judiciary and justice are just a bad mess. And those gulls are sitting there on the top floor, all with a smoothed Christian face, to condone the crime. Of course, “Lady Justice sees nothing, after all, she is blind.”


… But when the poor criminal has done something wrong with the rule of law, he is arrested at the least and slightest, impatiently handcuffed, legally stripped, and set as an example for other poor criminals, because society was seriously shocked by so much badness.

… Suddenly, Lady Justice drains her blindfold and comes rushing like a wild bull to try the unfortunate criminal.

… Subsequently, Lady Justice, with a nonchalant gesture, resolutely resigns her scales when her diligent staff members come up with all sorts of law books, which were first hidden in the negotiations with the white-collar criminals, in order to encumber the criminal.

… And with a straight face, and without showing any emotion, she unscrupulously imposes the harshest punishment on the poor criminal that can be found in the Penal Code.

… So, when it comes to the common man, does Lady Justice get her sight back as if by magic? Otherwise not?! Is this not a legal inequality and should the citizen still have confidence in the legal process and the government?
… The correct answer is “No, nada, never!”


… And as if this is not enough, Lady Justice also continues to profile herself as an experienced fortune-teller.

… Because justice and the Public Prosecution Service know everything much better than the perpetrators in criminal cases as if they were standing next to it and experienced the crime in smells and colors.
… But that they have not intervened to prevent this crime only explains how criminal, unjust, inhuman, and sadistic they are themselves! Or, they did not help to keep their jobs.


However, the victims of the villain who are still alive do not usually experience the desired satisfaction but are often blamed by the good breasts in society for the origin of their problem or they are ignored by the judiciary.

… Protesting usually does not help, as far as this is still possible, and the dead have no choice anyway and have to make the decision of Justice.


And bribery is a medieval custom that is currently in vogue. In the Middle Ages, however, poor wretches were buried outside the cemetery, but wealthy people were buried inside the church under the floor.

… For this, the rich people had to pay a lot of money because in this way they thought they would generate a priority position and be closer to their God. And the churches also made greedy abuse of that …


… This aforementioned behavior of bribery is not a secret in today’s society because whoever has money and wants to be exempt from criminal prosecution has the opportunity to buy off his debt or loot from the judiciary, and whoever wants to keep his luxury must also pay for it.


As mentioned earlier, crumb-thieves who do not have money cannot escape judicial prosecution and are irrevocably deprived.


The money Monsters in the service of the state!


That injustice triumphs many do not want to acknowledge, but what do you want?

… We know us because in cases where a victim is finally acknowledged, rewarded, or rehabilitated by justice, this is due to the righteous eye of public opinion, and not because the judiciary would like to do so.


… Admitting mistakes made by the jurisdiction costs the state a lot of money.

… And in order to prevent this uninvited expense to the detriment of the rule of law, the jurisdiction of God and all saints swears in one way or another, by law and regulations, to impregnate the innocent man lawfully in guilt.


In addition, this democratic legal system unabashedly frees itself with the reference to the disadvantaged Third World countries in which injustice, oppression, and corruption form a unity and where legal errors and abuses in those countries are regarded as the most normal things in the world.


… With this defense the Christian power tries to obscure its faults, saying that its mistakes made in comparison with the abuses in these countries do not represent anything, thus of no significance, for judicial shortcomings can take place in every legal system!


… Okay, absolutely right in that respect, that mistakes can occur in every legal system, but the judiciary does not mention in this case any word about the fait accompli, that in itself is the debit of these legal errors which occur frequently and that they, out of self-interest, knowingly made mistakes and applied to the democratic bourgeoisie.

… Are deliberate errors also subject to legal accidents, or is this only a case of class justice?


It is almost certain that the legislators and/ or the judiciary, at their own discretion, ignore most laws.

… This, while the law books state, that “a constitutional state is a state in which freedom, legal certainty, and legal equality are very important to the citizen, in which the citizen also enjoys the protection of his rights and freedoms, against fellow citizens and against the government.


… The judge determines whether someone has complied with the law or not, and if someone has violated the law, the judge can impose punishment and/ or a ban.”


But if a constitutional state including the judiciary does not justify justice, but applies lawfulness according to the provisions in the law books, which can be applied to the citizen and at will, the citizen can still whistle for his rights.

… This legal defect is also regularly the case.


Not everyone is lucky when it comes to the arbitrary application of the law, because when justice is done on the basis of legality, the person whose right is being served may undoubtedly speak of happiness, but whoever has not experienced this happiness will, in any case, have a trauma of this legal system.


In its search for justice, in everyday life, the citizen is legally unscrupulously disadvantaged by the legal system.

… This, while the ruler should dedicate himself to law enforcement and truth-finding for a just solution for everyone, instead of bullying citizens with all kinds of restrictive measures.


It often appears in practice that when justice can find nothing to harm someone, it pretends it does not mean anything, because “Right” is often as crooked as their law books from which they learn to be unjust and ruthless towards fellow human beings, compared to the opposite, because justice is nowhere to be found!


For example, look at the way in which the Dutch Justice assesses a criminal case.

… When an ex-offender is linked to a criminal offense, for which he or she has previously undergone detention for a similar offense, the ex-detainee is confronted almost directly with the recent offense and is automatically eligible for arrest and imprisonment.


It occurs in 99% of all cases that the judiciary almost always judges an ex-delinquent out of laziness on the basis of his or her past, even though the accused person has proven his innocence with a conclusive alibi.


It is generally very easy to accuse someone without proof because abuse of power is legally permissible in today’s society by a detour.


… Remember that Police and Justice depend on so-called right-wing citizens who think they know everything better while these citizens are just traitors, usually as a result of treacherous blood.

… After the Second World War, Dutch NSB members were shaved and publicly watched, but afterward, they were able to continue their lives in peace and produce children who had children again, so that the blood strain of treason was preserved. 

… And if one looks at the background of a European in general, then his betrayal refers to his ancestral past.

… The state also encourages betrayal by encouraging people to report so-called suspicious situations that regularly humiliate innocent civilians.

… This, is because the rule of law as a whole was a hotbed of betrayal in favor of the enemy.

… Mayors, civil servants, high-ranking people, the middle class as well as a large part of the Dutch bourgeoisie were happy to collaborate with the enemy at the time to take a higher place in society while the poor civilian population was heavily burdened by the tyranny of the enemy.

… But after the enemy lost, the present insidious guests translated their collaboration into “as if they supposedly only cooperated with the enemy to protect the bourgeoisie against far-reaching evil and inhumanity.” Yes … that is possible again.

… And witnesses who smell money or sense benefits can lie like the Bhagavad-Gita and the Bible together.

… It is regrettable, legally permissible, that someone in their own interests may lie behind the scenes with impunity to blame or plead a suspect in favor of this, and furthermore, without any evidence, be allowed to express his allegations and false confessions against the other.


… And the judiciary, in turn, distorts the truth to lie or vice versa, as long as it fits into their lane and-or with which the victim can be criminally encumbered and persecuted.


So witnesses can lie as in the Torah and humiliate another as in the Talmud, but Police and Justice are often champions of lying and cheating.

… A large part of the police is a pathological liar and the most unreliable witnesses.

… They usually fantasize about a lie for their own good in order to emphasize their so-called anxiety and sense of justice.
… They are ready to force a conviction instead of being independent in their research.

… They prefer to give you a kick and come up with all kinds of accusations that someone could not have done. Thus they know how to tactically shift their own missteps into someone else’s shoes. And I can all know this because I worked for police and justice for years.


The position of the government and the judiciary so far is that “crooks are caught with thieves.”

.. This is actually incorrect and inhumane, but the occasion makes the thief.

… The aforementioned statement by the government that “crooks are caught with thieves” is once more proof that the government offers a clear opportunity for theft and fraud, so that civil servants can be caught, to keep the Judicial apparatus running.

… This means that the government and the judiciary fully acknowledge that civil servants and criminals are standardized villains who, as believers, are the most unreliable type of people to whom thoroughness and trust can in no way be measured.”


… In view of those mentioned above, the worldwide established criminal organization, the church, the Vatican in general, and its followers, offer criminals the possibility of canceling their past and recent crimes.


… A large number of these remitted criminals go to missionary work because they supposedly receive the calling of Jesus and god.

… This makes that evil, which is peculiar to religion, spreads among mankind because religion nourishes and fuels evil so that widespread human rights violations and genocide will never become a thing of the past.


… And the criminals in question, whether or not in a government jacket, make horrific abuses worldwide and condemn their former misdeeds against humanity as the work of God.


This is highly outrageous and criminal, and this happens in the Netherlands, Nigeria, Surinam, China, Philippines, India, Colombia, and Brazil, in short, wherever religion has a finger in it.


… And the government, claiming that church and state are separate, cheerfully engages in this in its own way, using its church law, by interpreting this biblical law according to its own idea and which it has recorded constitutionally in an adapted form.


… See Romans 13: 1-7;


1. Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. God has established the authorities that exist.

2 Consequently, whoever rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves.

3 For rulers hold no terror for those who do right, but for those who do wrong. Do you want to be free from fear of the one in authority? Then do what is right and you will be commended.

4 For the one in authority is God’s servant for your good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for rulers do not bear the sword for no reason. They are God’s servants, agents of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer.

5 Therefore, it is necessary to submit to the authorities, not only because of possible punishment but also as a matter of conscience.

6 This is also why you pay taxes, for the authorities are God’s servants, who give their full time to governing.

7 Give to everyone what you owe them: If you owe taxes, pay taxes; if revenue, then revenue; if respect, then respect; if honor, then honor.



** As far as the aforementioned articles are concerned, I can only fully agree with the last four words after the semicolon of Article 7, on the “tribute to honor.” And tribute only comes to Nature, for Nature is the creator of life, “honor to whom honor is due!”


… Once again, officials are just like criminals and believers the most unreliable kind of people where trust, honesty, and all other human virtues are weighed to regularity, which is a fiction of religious mankind, thus generally speaking injustice.


In order to guarantee the legal safety of fellow human beings in legitimate society, an individual and in-depth investigation must be conducted with a frequency of once a trimester into the ins and outs of every police officer, so that fairness, impartiality, truth-finding, proper behavior towards the bourgeoisie according to justice actually comes into its own.


… The judiciary, like officials of the ministry, the cabinet members, the king’s cabinet or the president and the opposition of the government, must also, from time to time, undergo a similar test of reliability for the proper execution of her social duties to justice for the benefit of everyone.


… And in the event of proven unfitness, the person concerned should be kicked out of the police apparatus or from the judiciary or from the government organization, without any pardon of persons, and ex officio should be released because rabble does not belong there.


For the justification for the fair and correct application of rules and laws to the bourgeoisie, the government apparatus must be completely cleared of religious and other malevolent human influences.


… I have wondered before, where the judiciary is getting the guts away from condemning innocent people?

… This, is despite psychological reports from researchers affiliated with the legal system and court of law, in which it is established that someone is the fact for which he or she is accused is innocent or at least could not have committed it?


Nevertheless, in most cases the court finds it necessary to punish innocent people for a very long time and exclude them from society according to the proposition; “as he is worthy, he trusted his guests.


… This means “that the judiciary sees others as they see themselves.”
In other words, the judiciary basically does not refer to “Judiciary”, but to “crooked speech” and “crooked law.” So Class justice.


It is therefore not unlikely that at least 60% of detainees in prison are convicted innocent on the basis of civil service bullshit and judicial process.


… On the other hand, a large number of convicted people roam free in society, have committed one or more offenses, and some for very serious offenses of which there is a fear of recidivism, but for which there is no room in the prison so they can serve their sentence outside.

… And the majority of these crooks then go abroad, and then it is bye-bye, we never see them again.

… The right system is so crooked!


There is nowhere in the world to find a company that lies the most, cheats fellow men, engages in white-collar crime, harasses innocent people, and wrongs the bourgeoisie such as the Justice, Police, and Government.


And keep this in mind, “how braver the spirit the crueler the beast”, so never trust an official, even if he is a beloved relative, because if it is made for a choice, then “one often chooses eggs for his money and you are betrayed where you stand.”


Civil servants are the sworn slave extensions of the government, representing on behalf of this authority a legal form of oppression (legitimacy) and mental violence toward residents.

… And the government knows exactly what people they choose and educate for the execution of their duties.

… These are mostly inexperienced insensitive career-oriented young people and hard-hearted dash fighters with no life experience, who are so conceited to think they have the truth.

… Most of them are ruthless government employees who often make ordinary citizens unbearable with their employer’s regulations.


In addition to this, most civil servants normally permit themselves to be above the law whereby the ignorant are the hare and often do not realize that their rights are structurally taken away from them by these bastards.


… And in the knowledge of their rights, a legion of citizens do not know where to turn, because of the almost impenetrable jungle in the costly regulations that the government has raised in order to make it as difficult as possible for the unfortunate citizen because fetching their rights will cost the government money.


… This means that 80% of the bourgeoisie, the injustice that they regularly undergo, by the civil service and the Christian government, let themselves happen by impotence like in a film. And the government does nothing to prevent this injustice to its citizens.


As already mentioned above, the vast majority of the bourgeoisie in the lower class of society often leave their rights unused because of the time-consuming and burdensome road to be completed that the poorer citizen can not honor due to personal circumstances.


… Ignorance and pride also play a very important role here, but mainly because of the often inhuman long-winded, and tantalous tormenting barrier of rules and laws of the authority, to which the common man, in general, cannot comply because of lack of resources.

… The result is that the deprived citizen lags behind with the stress and profound resentment towards the government and society.

… Then the revenge comes, hidden in civil disobedience, vandalism, and malice against the government and its organs.


And if the policy of the authoritative power is scrutinized, then it is almost impossible for anyone to see that the government has made it very easy for itself in every respect.

… But for the bourgeoisie, this laziness means an insurmountable reality in a maze of government rules and hazy measures of the government, which is in fact characteristic of the Christian democratic society.

… The tax authorities make it very easy for everyone to say, but the opposite is very clear.


An official will always obey the law until he himself becomes the target of his superiors, or as soon as he dares to crawl through the loopholes of the law in order to be better off or inexorably discarded by the system, then he or she is also finally “the dick.”


… And when the demise of a civil servant has taken place, his eyes are automatically opened with the realization that she or he has been dealing with inhumanities for the authoritative third.

… But as long as an official is not deceived, he will experience his government position as one of the elects of the system.


 In a democracy such as is common in the western world, the legal system does not take it too closely with the discovery of truth, because the average citizen is regularly pushed into the shit as much as possible through judicial bias so that no escape is possible for the person concerned.


… It is widely known that bodies can, as a rule, be annoying about a case so that someone is found guilty a priori before a court judgment has been pronounced. And this is highly unjust.

Furthermore, the government regularly advertises through the media that the police are the best friend of the population, but it does not say that this companionship is only when it suits the police and justice.


… Police officials have been so drilled to serve government interests in the first place, but the bourgeoisie is of inferior importance to them.


So the workers’ guild, which is in the service of justice and the government, is, in essence, an awful people, who, together with the government apparatus, is not there for the bourgeoisie as is often thought.

… This is evidenced by the way in which the majority in employment do not deal with their service vis-à-vis the civilian population, humanely.

… So they are as unreliable as the Bible.


And even though the government is drowning in that the police and the judiciary are responsible for the safety and protection of the population and the country’s interests, rest assured 100% that the intended safety and protection, as a rule, can only be sought in favor of their bosses, this is the government and justice, and the bourgeoisie must legally pay the bill.


Even now innocent people are resolutely fastened and tried, despite circumstantial evidence, while the Ministry of Justice hypocritically looks the other way.

… And in case of acquittal of their victim, there will again be very briefly sprinkled with taxpayers’ money (compensation) and thus they think they have alleviated the pain of their judicial error.


It has also been found on several occasions that arrested persons who had previously been found innocent were taken prisoner (prisoner of justice) but were later released prematurely.

… But they have never had their freedom owed to the police or the justice department, but to those who have worked hard to provide the exculpatory evidence in which someone’s innocence is certain.


In addition, the Ministry of Justice never initially takes into account the personal pain and immaterial damage it has caused to the environment and personal privacy of its victim as if this were the most normal thing in the world.

… This course of events is still happening today!

But who will then judge the police, the employees of the Public Prosecution Service, the prosecutor, and judges, who have deliberately committed faults, pleaded guilty, and eagerly punished without having taken note of the correctness of the police and the public ministry and the charges, explanations, and information?


If the government wants to get everything right on track in a society where it is claimed to be able to live carefree in a democratic constitutional state, then, in any case, an independent authority must be set up to detect and rigorously punish wrong officials without respect of persons, because nobody is inviolable.


It is of great importance to everyone that the civil service, police, and judges should take into account every human life and not throw it away, but dedicate themselves to the discovery of truth for the benefit of everyone.


There must be laws in which employees of the police and the judiciary do not enjoy immunity, but are punishable when dealing with criminal cases.


… This means that the parties involved must suffer the same amount of punishment as the innocent person who has been punished so that the Justice and their staff will from now on deal less nonchalantly with criminal cases in which the life of the person is central.


So when an innocent person has been innocent from the day of arrest to his release, then all those involved who have been guilty of this by carelessness must also undergo the same punishment, in this case, the judges and the relevant police officers.


…. And with regard to the question of guilt, it makes no difference whether one is guilty or not, because justice often knows how to get her right without proof.

… The judiciary is able to motivate the facts and circumstances of the alleged crime and the involvement of the suspect in such a way and to subordinate them to this motivation so that the innocent arrested person is lawfully found guilty and wrongly tried.

… In addition, in a constitutional state in which one shields itself with equal rights, it certainly asserts that everyone has the right to a second chance.

… But this second possibility is limited only to their Bible and law books.

In other words, a second chance is an illusion, because in this Christian society the one who has made a mistake in the past and has improved his life is not allowed to make a restart and leave the past behind him so that the past does not continue to pursue him or her

… A presumption is legally no proof, but once a thief, always a thief.

… The harsh reality shows that an ex-convict after his detention life is often made very difficult in society. Are this mercy and Christianity? No, but this is the ultimate in barbarism, hypocrisy, and religiosity!


When it comes to facts, I hear annoyingly the cries of a legion of good people around me about “Confucius said this …, Einstein said that … or the famous sage Plato said this … Aristotle said that … or Freud finds that …, or Gandhi has said …, Buddha has told … or according to the Bible and Jesus …, the Koran says …, is in the Torah …, the Vedas describes …, the Tripitaka dissected … etc … etc., but they never say anything about the original truths, which appear in a twisted form in the so-called holy books and were used by former philosophers, must be regarded directly as originating from the ordinary illiterate population of antiquity.


In other words, the so-called smart guys, sages, saints, and other scholars in history, have formulated the knowledge of the common man in their own words and recorded it in writing.


… In fact, experienced scholars have invented the wheel one by one or invented the black yarn after the white yarn was already there.

Nowadays, this ingenuity still follows the planologists and round-the-clockers of this time who time and time again reinvent the wheel and record it according to self-styled formulas.


… It is, therefore, no wonder that natural formulas that have moved formerly gifted civilizations into solidarity and unity, which unfortunately have fallen prey to decadence, are present in twisted forms at the present time.

… And this deformation has resulted in the opposite, as happened with “justice”, which had to be replaced by legitimacy by the interested ruling class.


… And this regularity system is consolidated in the present time and in every form of civilization and also interwoven with its seemingly democratic laws and regulations that the constitutional authorities now use arbitrarily to their own benefit, but to the detriment of the bourgeoisie and the society as a whole.

… They say justice, but they mean regularity that they also eagerly apply to whom they want and wherever they want.




Justice and Lawfulness are concepts that are often confused by arbitrary parties and usually used interchangeably, but there are indeed differences in the meaning of these words and the executive power is diverse.


Legality is a legal term that indicates that activities and practices are in accordance with applicable rules and regulations.

… Legality, and legal validity are covered by established laws and regulations that have been fabricated by the government and other legal bodies for a so-called well-running society.


… The term legitimacy is used in the legal world in the broadest sense of the word, while in a financial and/ or material context, the term legitimacy is used at the government level.


Justice comes from a personal attitude to life and is based on honest action, without regard to persons. The strength of justice is derived from an honest method of thinking and acting.


For example;

… When a tormentor plagues a person at school and the victim reflects on this bullying, which creates a quarrel, the respondent cannot be punished for his part in the quarrel. This is justice.


… But the one who deserves punishment is he or she, who started with the bullying and gave rise to the quarrel, this is justice.


… But if both ruffians are punished uniformly, this is a legitimate act and, apart from that, unjust, and unfair.

… But suppose that as a result of the quarrel the harasser attacks his victim for the purpose of injuring him or causing physical injury, but that the defender then defends himself with a detrimental consequence for the attacker who has a bloody nose, then the attacked person, in that case, is still immune and not punishable.


… The tormentor himself is responsible for his own bloody nose and still deserves punishment if there is a penalty for quarreling at school.

… And this comes under justice because whoever burns his buttocks must sit on his blisters.


… That the harasser or assailant injured by his harassment does not suddenly make him the victim as a result of his own harassing behavior so that the other person gets the blame and is punished?

… If this were the case, it would be unjust and legally lawful. This lawfulness is interwoven into laws and incorporated into the rules of the rule of law and is downright unfair.


… But it will soon be different when the bullied person physically attacks his tormentor in order to teach him ways. No one has the right to physically attack or threaten the other by using force.

… Bullying is also a form of violence, namely mental violence, but it does not create physical pain in that other person.

… When a tormentor bullies another verbal, this verbal is violent and very irritating, but no one gives rise to a physical attack.

… in short; … Anyone who attacks someone else while there is no physical danger to him or her is wrong.


Another example of justice is if I were to witness a brawl where one of the fighters, in this case, the attacker, dies or is severely injured by the other’s blows, I would be on the side of the one, who did not start the fight, but wanted to avoid it.

… The defender was forced into a fight by the agitator, and everyone has the right to self-defense.


… That the fight, unfortunately, went wrong for that attacker, he or she had to blame for himself.

… And when this incident comes to justice and a lawsuit follows, I would immediately sign up as a witness in favor of the victor.

… I would make it clear to the judge who started the fight, and whoever hit the other first is wrong.

… But if this case were to remain unnoticed by the Ministry of Justice, I would also be silent in all directions and not tell anyone what I saw.

… Never tell the government or the judiciary what you alone can know, because the more truth is told, the deeper the honest narrator and the victim will be kicked into the ground.


… I will not tell the judge that the defender has answered the blows of the attacker firmly.

… So I do not lie when I do not tell the judge that the defender has or has not beaten, but I do not tell, and that’s my right. 


… That the attacked fiercely answered the blows of the attacker with setbacks, I will not tell the judge. So I do not lie when I do not tell the judge that the defender has or has not been beaten back.

… I do not tell, and that’s my right.

… This is because it is irrelevant to provide information to the judge whether or not the attacked has been repelled, because “parrying an attack” is self-evident and falls within the category of self-defense, and is therefore not a point of discussion.

… Never tell the government or the judiciary the truth, because the more truth is told, the deeper the honest narrator is kicked into the ground.


… In that case, I did not perceive the beating rain of the defender, because the public ministry and the judiciary would like to exaggerate lawfully and misunderstand the defendant’s self-defense and turn it into a criminal offense.


… The attacked person in no way deserves punishment, but the attacker does, even if he is almost beaten to death or is seriously injured in the hospital.

… And if the attacker dies as a result of his injuries, he remains responsible for his own death.

… It is a pity, but then he should not have attacked the other who wanted to avoid a fight.


 The loser of the fight should have known better and this also justifies his death. Own fault!

… I only plead for a fair course of affairs such as in this case, where the attacked person, when he saw that the attacker was on the ground and could no longer defend himself, also stopped his defense and ran away.

… He has thus acted justly and is allowed to go free.


… But it would be different if the defender had attacked his assailant, who was defenseless and bleeding on the ground, but this part of the fight would no longer be just but unjust.

… This, then, I would also indicate with my testimony that legality runs its course and the alleged conqueror can undergo partial injustice.


… Justice also fits in a situation when someone is being attacked by several persons and the victim, therefore, uses an object to repel his assailants.

That is also his right to self-defense against a malicious force, then the defender can go on until the attackers flee or are eliminated.

… And when wounded and dead from it, this is all under the responsibility of the scum. Then they should have stayed away from the other with their claws.


Of course, the police and the judiciary are very different about this, but that is not surprising because they are calibrated to regularity, law, and injustice. 

… Until they are unexpectedly confronted with malice in human form on a dark night or become victims of robbery and physical violence, they will beep differently.

… But this kind of guest is anxiously avoiding the dark because she is well aware of her own dubious career practices where the danger of reprisal by the injured is lurking because one is not the other.

And under justice, a constitutional state generally understands lawfulness, while these two concepts are diverse in legal power.




Bullying, scolding, harassing, or ignoring, makes someone enormously angry or sad, but there is no specific provision in the law that makes bullying punishable. Except in extreme cases, bullying may violate the law on:


The threat, Article 285 of the Criminal Code

Insult, article 266. of the Criminal Code

Slander, Article 262, and Article 261 of the Criminal Code.

Stalking article 285b of the Criminal Code


So, bullying behavior is only punishable if someone acts exactly as described in the article of the Criminal Code where the crime is located.

… And all the so-called recognized anti-bullying programs that meet the legal criteria and with which society is thrown to death are of no value at all, because legitimacy does not stand for justice.

That 90% of the bullies go free is obvious.

… This is because a bully usually knows how far he/she can go to stay within the law.


Therefore, a bully must be tackled at once, because he will often continue to bully out of overconfidence, as a result of which his / her structural bullying behavior can lead to a criminal offense.

… One must prevent the bully victim from being harassed at all costs.


The Vishnuh-Society has traditionally been calibrated for justice, and anyone who harasses one or more of its members is irrevocably bullied back with due observance of the three maxims.

1. Never tell a bully that you are bothered or annoyed by his / her harassment and do not say anything back that may result in criminal charges for you later on, but keep smiling and keep an eye on the bully.

2. Gather all his data, including home address, daily habits, pastimes, etc.

3. When the database on the person concerned is full, give free rein to the darkness, because bullying equals darkness.


Since bullying is calibrated to dark behavior, a Bully must also be fought with darkness!


… We are not seen in the dark, but we are there and will act according to the natural thesis “Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth.

… And just as bullying is not punishable within the loopholes of the law, that is also why the darkness and the punisher that operates in the dark are not. ”


And this tactic will be applied by the Vishnuh-Society wherever necessary without respect for persons according to law and justice to protect its members with a remedy for revenge.


… It must be clear to everyone that there are people who do not like the bullying of another.


… Take this as it is, it’s like it or not.

Sa pienti sat est.


By Gurubesar: Lancar Ida-Bagus