The greater part of Jurisprudence is about natural justice, fairness and equality for mankind.
But now I had to wonder and ponder. The words: fairness, justice and equality are evolving and most of all, devolving into a new vocabulary, or at times, much more of a vocabulary of the time immemorial.
It seems now that the word "Fairness" must mean "What I say is fair, is fair"; similarly, "what I said is unfair, is unfair." Or, has it begin to mean, what the majority said is fair to them, even though unfair to all others, is thus fair, irrespective, because this is what the jurists called Utilitarianism.
So, if someone says I am doing an act because it is my religion or my race, and this someone has the numbers and might, then might is right? Surely we observed empirically and avidly the bold behaviorism of the mighty.
This is what Aniza Damis has to conclude:
The greatest proof of democracy at work that day was this: Might is right. Unlike in other countries where Muslims are the minority and have to patiently engage with the non-Muslims and convince them Islam is a peaceful religion and our God is merciful and just, over here, the Muslim majority can just tell people to shut up.
Source: The Malaysian Bar: Despite the protests, democracy wins the day and NST: ANIZA DAMIS: Despite the protests, democracy wins the day