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There's a huge difference between striving as one towards the ideal of Justice for all (a truly civilized, yet potentially unattainable moral goal where failures to achieve the highest standards would result in a deeply sincere examination of those failures, coupled with absolute contrition) and the blatant, despicable, multi-tier, arbitration-by-force system in place around the world today.

What is morality? It is simply behaving in a way that attempts to cause the least harm possible to others.  Absurdly different from either the casual lack of concern for consequence or active pursuit of harm against others exhibited by those with the most influence.

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