Dear Elizabeth Faraone: Can you make you the weak (in this...

Benoit Batraville - February 24 2010, 11:53 PM

Dear Elizabeth Faraone:
Can you make you the weak (in this case the victims) stronger by making the strong weaker?

It seems that you have great compassion for the earthquake victims who camped out arbitrarily on private properties and you want justice for them.
Would you deny justice for hundreds of students and parents who also have legitimate rights to this campus?

I think that justice and power must be brought together, so that whatever is just may be powerful, and whatever is powerful may be just.
In your claim and accusation, it seems that you seek justice only for the victims who camped out on the campus and seem to ignore the fact that those responsible for these premises have also a DUTY TO PROTECT AND REPAIR theses premises so that it can continue the social mission of educating young men for our society.

Don't you think that the students as well as their parents are also victims of the earthquake?

If you deny justice for them, then you diminish justice everywhere and your cause has no merit.

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