Phill typically does not place his speeches on paper as he usually speaks from a few notes, and then rarely refers to the notes. He has, however, written a brief statement about justice and he has referred to this statement in recent speeches. Many of you have asked for a copy of that statement. It is provided below. Please feel free to use but attribute to Phill.
Phill Kline Comments on Justice
Justice should not be blind. For justice must peer into human frailty, into the crevices of brokenness and exploitation; it must see the harm, suffer the loss and hear the cry of the innocent who are exploited by injustice.
Its attire must not be bleached with political correctness, starched into shape by political polls and be ironed to conformity by desire for personal glory or power; rather justice must walk alone the path of truth and soil itself by carrying the helpless; its voice hoarse through giving voice to the voiceless.
Justice is discriminating – for its intolerance for injustice destroys evil. Justice cannot be silenced by politeness or avoidance – for its voice is the clarion call of the human soul. Justice shall prevail – for its origin is found in the author of truth.