Three views on “Social Justice”: Alexander Hamilton, John Stuart Mill, and some zionist shill

1. “[W]e reasonably infer that, in similar cases, under other circumstances, a war, not of parchment but of the sword, would chastise such atrocious breaches of moral obligation and social justice.”

-Alexander Hamilton, Federalist Paper 7.

2. “[S]ociety should treat all equally well who have deserved equally well of it, that is, who have deserved equally well absolutely. This is the highest abstract standard of social and distributive justice; towards which all institutions, and the efforts of all virtuous citizens, should be made in the utmost possible degree to converge.”

-John Stuart Mill, Utilitarianism, chapter 5

3. “The concept of Social Justice is not only wrong — it’s evil, okay? When you put ‘social’ in front of ‘justice’ — that ruins the justice part, okay folks? Let me jew you an example, okay? So my wife’s a doctor, okay? She went to medical school for that. That’s what you do to become a doctor, ok: you go to medical school, and you study medicine. It’s not that hard, ok folks? This is basic common sense stuff, folks. So my wife’s a doctor. And no matter how much someone needs medical help from my greedy Jewess doctor wife — they don’t get to tell the government to put a gun to my wife’s Jew doctor head and force her to give them her magic Jew potions, ok folks? That would not be ‘Social Justice,’ people — that would be pure evil.”

-Ben Shapiro, a greedy Orthodox Jew who only accepts Social Justice when it involves letting Orthodox Jews mutilate and molest (and sometimes kill) babies, through the Jewish torture ritual known as Metzitzah B’peh.

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