A day prior to Constitution Day, the judge remarked that the Constitution was a charter guiding society on how to live.
He reasoned that owing to two-and-a-half centuries of gross exploitation by the British, the citizens wound up with a false sense of binary of capitalism versus socialism, which could never be answered properly.
“The only question that we need to ask ourselves is about efficiency. What is the most efficient and most economical way to do the most equity, the greatest good? The labels which you attach to this don’t matter. A principle of governance which says that ‘we will take it away because you do not deserve this much’ does not address justice,” the judge said.