Perfect justice does not exist. In a world that can no longer believe in an omniscient deity, justice does not exist at all. There is no longer a referee, real or illusory, only players ever more aware that they can do almost anything in their desire to win, positively unconcerned for the wider consequences. There is only escalation. The vestigial remains of religion and its constructs linger. There is the struggle to “find a way back”. There is even a vestigial belief in the word “justice” as a power-word (thus a word emptied of meaning) available for a while longer as a tactic to support various factions engaged in a vicious struggle to have the one thing that remains possible: power.