Critically analyse the relationship between law and justice.

But the trends it studies have a huge impact on the way the police do their jobs, the way society treats its criminals, and the way a given community goes about maintaining law and order.

Thomas Aquinas: An unjust law is a human law that is not rooted in eternal law and natural law.

The legislative branch consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives also known together as Congress is the only branch that has the power to create new laws.


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Justice needs to be served in law enforcement and they have a responsibility to uphold the law and serve the people in the community.

I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust and who willingly accepts the penalty of imprisonment in order to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the highest respect for law.


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Will Poles be satisfied with the PiS government? Quite possibly. That is, if PiS manages to introduce its ultra-conservative, nationalist, and xenophobic changes patiently, without hurried revolutionary zeal. Michel Houellebecq’s recent novel, , though set in near-future Sharia France, shows this mechanism well. In Houellebecq’s fiction, Islamist rule in the French Republic is made possible mainly thanks to the steady flow of funds from rich oil countries in the Middle East. In Poland, the state is largely dependent on money coming from the EU, even if PiS publicly claims otherwise. If people do not see the promised benefits, they may turn away from the now victorious party, as they have from previous governments. Without funding, the new government will have only religious-nationalist laws to offer, and even in the whitewashed PiS-approved version of Poland’s history, if there is something Poles are good at, it is fighting against oppressive rulers.

And along with it all the collective forces of the nation

The facts decisive in the twist in the Polish society’s voting preferences
have been: inequality has reached levels that are outrageous. Arrogance of the
former governments and local administration has led to displeasure and
opposition in greater part of the society. Corruption is omnipresent, effecting in, among others,
unjust and draconian court verdicts, production of unjust and bad laws and regulations in every
discipline of life by tones, arrogance of local and central government, treating terms in office as a Divine empowerment to , on the one hand, mismanage and steal public property and on the other hand show off and maltreat citizens. In Poland quality and availability of public medical services is low and the waiting lists for oncological, cardiological or rheumatological first
consultation (not yet the treatment) run for 9 months, often almost 2 years. Level
of public schools and education is scandalous: only the private, expensive
schools offer satisfactory level of education. System of employment omnipresent
in the Polish economy is based on the temp-type, often oral contract, enabling
employer to sack anybody in an instant without reason or recourse and to
withhold remuneration. The basic pay is a fraction of what it is in the west of
Europe: ordinary basic labour is gratified often at the equivalent of 0,5 Euro
– HALF AN EURO PER HOUR, before tax. The list of major scandals, financial fraud, corruption and misuse of publicunds involving top people form the parliament and government officials is 200-points’ long. Pro-gay/lesbian/transgender propaganda,
attacks not only Catholic church but religion in general, withholding
meaningful international and domestic information of all sorts by the media and, instead, pumping news about sex lives of low class celebs, propaganda of football, kick-boxing,
beer-drinking and sex in every form even the most brutal and inhumane form –
all that produces results quickly. All that and more, topped with stupidity and arrogance of people in power and in media is bringing people to the borderlines of utmost despair. Every day 12 people commit suicide in Poland.
So before you adopt Chmielewska-Szlajfer’s and Chmielewski’s point of
view, give the situation a critical review and think whether there is any point in
reading, and in publicizing such trash as theirs.

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Just as Socrates felt that it was necessary to create a tension in the mind so that individuals could rise from the bondage of myths and half-truths to the unfettered realm of creative analysis and objective appraisal, we must we see the need for nonviolent gadflies to create the kind of tension in society that will help men rise from the dark depths of prejudice and racism to the majestic heights of understanding and brotherhood.