The answer of the question, “What calls for JUSTICE?” is contained in this historical fact. The historical fact that says that the way justice is done and expressed historically (that has been either by laws that on purpose supported the powerful or by the sword of the strongest barbarian that chopped human bodies and cut their heads) has been wrong or unjust.
And therefore the idea of justice historically has been equal to the idea of injustice.
That’s why the oppressed historically rebelled when the pain of injustice hit them so hard that they couldn’t endure their existence on earth anymore. And so the oppressed threw themselves under the feet of the horses of the powerful or fell on their swords or were blown away by their gunpowder.
But why did the oppressed die and turn into nothing just like that by the powerful oppressors? Because they liked to die young? No. The answer is that the oppressed rebelled with a cause and died fighting for a better expression of the IDEAL of justice.
“The highest level of injustice is also the deepest and most profound human pain.”
Everything in life is made of levels. So it is in all forms of art and thinking. And the highest level of injustice is also the deepest and most profound human pain. But why?
It is so because “The JUSTICE SYSTEM of each time or Justice ideal” attacks the oppressed on their basic rights. Like the human basic right to exist and work with dignity. To be free. And be able to care for what is more important on earth.
Here the states decide for everything and the oppressed get hurt.
So the deepest cry that calls for justice also is the most profound pain. So what calls for Justice is the deepest of all pain on earth. And that is the highest level of injustice.
So then, here we ask, “What form has the highest level of injustice?
The highest level of injustice is but the loss of the….