Why is it Gods? And why do you assume that because we live in a Causal Universe that everyone is innocent?
Cause is caused by cause and if God is the creator, then he caused all original causes. We don’t make the causes and situations we find ourselves in = are innocent [irrespective of ignorance]. being innocent is not the same as being ignorant; a killer has the genes to be a killer because we all do [nature], they could know what they are doing but the situation and the reasons are the causes which make them act that way.
guilty until proven innocent
I agree Napoleonic politics occurs, even though British justice is supposed to be the opposite. I don’t think they know what else to do with things, so rather than understand causality they just throw people in jail. It is more expedient to just do that, but if we want to actually improve the situation, surely we need to find ways of dealing with situation [prevention] and its causes where blame achieves nothing. For example, if a guys dad beats the crap out him during childhood, and that guy becomes violent, then that’s causality with no blame for that individual. What we need to do and women too, is find ways to prevent such causes and not put half the planet in jail.
Do we want to live on a prison planet?
If God is the creator, how did he create; how do we create? I know the answer, I can explain it and then expect you to understand it and know it to be true based on evidence and logic, but that's being overly idealistic in my expectations. To blame it all on God is still faulty and I could prove it and have and still, here we are, so what's the point. I'm continually disappointed and disgusted with the rate of progress of others in understanding the concepts that I wrap my head around so easily; too easy to get pissed off at how long it's taking them to actually show better. It's not that I'm impatient or intolerant, but it has everything to do with the facts of the matter and being an emotional being.
I think, technically, we already do live on a prison planet. We can't get off of it. And, we might as well be in prisons for where each person is behind the eyes and outwardly. I think that outwardly, we express our 'truths' as what we want society to be, a shining ideal; we don't intentionally lie, it's what we actually think it is at times, more than we should for what it truly is and where we truly are. What we actually are isn't too far removed from the idealistic version, and yet very far from it all the same. It is what we want, that we are innocent until proven guilty, but the truth is that it isn't that and while it can be at times, we're often disappointed when we let that guard down for what moves in in the process of letting it down. We d the best we can for what it is, how things are and, in truth, do better than the appearance of things, but we're cracking at the seams, and breaking down behind the scenes and all I did was catch it all when it began to fell; broke a few reality barriers a few years back, tossed it all up in the air and learned how to juggle the hard way and still it all falls down around me like so many falling plates breaking, balls bouncing off me and around me and so much glass shattering and like shrapnel impaling and shredding all around and there was nothing any of us could do; caught up in the motion of events from ages past, from the future and all around us, in motion before we had a chance to find our feet and finding out that things were too little and too late.
What we fight for in our youths, all around, isn't what we continue to fight for as our years pass by, regardless of face-value, regardless of what goes on on the surface of our interactions, but those surface distractions and the emotions that fly mixed with the under the surface interactions and the extreme shit storms that fly there...
All I speak are simple truths, I don't mean to disillusion, but know that I do, don't mean to impale others on the truths I've come to know, non-pessimistically and even sometimes optimistically, but I know that I do. I would still rather have it be what it all claims itself to be and under the surface; scratch; and see that it still is as much as it can be; but all I do is embrace the truth to figure out the best way to proceed and to some extent, I am grudgingly still having to admit that some things were right that I really wish hadn't been, and yet they still aren't as right as they claimed to be and I'm tired of assuming that they're upset by it, because what they see in what is called negativity isn't what many of them want and we're all suffering here.
So, when I look at it objectively and subjectively, even self-righteously and righteously, with myself as God incarnate in the flesh and then from the outside viewing the greater God-being, all I see is that any creator is only partially responsible for their creations and those creations must at some point take some responsibility for themselves because none of us had a choice but to exist once we were on the scene and once we started fucking and giving birth and creating our own creations, how could we blame God for our creations if God can't even be fully blamed for his own? And when I look at it as such, do I blame myself? Of course I do, to take personal responsibility is to accept blame, to accept fault and such acceptance isn't stupid when the fault and the blame is there, where it becomes stupid is when we take more than our fair share, of that we can all be agreed that it is stupid to be greedy.
And when I do look at it as such, then God, no matter how powerful of a creator, no matter how great, is still just another equal that has been accredited and faulted and blamed for far too much that it did not do.