Joined: 12 Apr 2003
Location: I am from everywhere I've ever been and everywhere I've never been
|Posted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 4:15 pm Post subject: Helping or Harming
When it appears you made a mistake on the job and it appears you are going to be harmed because of it always ask state the following:
I was not properly trained to perform that duty. I did not know I was supposed to do what you are saying I should've done.
Follow that statement by asking the following question:
Are you going to help me or harm me because of something I didn't know?
And you can always follow up wit hthe following question:
Is it correct to help or harm someone when they don't know something they should know?
This works better when your supervisor or manager says that you should've known. This usually happens before you get the question out. I have stated this numerous times and it works. You can also ask the following question:
THE LOGIC in using the experiment mentioned below is if your supervisor or manager has helped anyone at anytime when they did not know something they should've known but they do not help you, they are in the process of subverting the United States Constitution. Due process means doing things in the correct way and equal protection of the laws means whatever constructive help they provide someone else they should also provide you.
If someone is attempting to harm you based on something you did not know that is subversion of the United States Constitution's 5th and 14th Amendments due process and equal protection of the laws respectively.
Using The U.S. Constitution as a Tool
This experiment applies because of the definition of due process. It is essential to use the word correctly, remain calm, ask questions, and follow THE LOGIC.
What is the reason YOU were born into a SYSTEM of INJUSTICE if not to replace it with a SYSTEM of JUSTICE?