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I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

Update: per @CamilStaps's@Keelan's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be reported.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

Update: per @CamilStaps's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be reported.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

Update: per @Keelan's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be reported.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

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I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

Update: per @CamilStaps's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be betrayedreported.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

Update: per @CamilStaps's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be betrayed.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

Update: per @CamilStaps's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be reported.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

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I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

EditUpdate: per @CamilStaps's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be betrayed.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

Edit: per @CamilStaps's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be betrayed.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

I don't know how other people think, but to me, I usually follow the rule: it is not ethical if you do something to somebody, and you wish that thing is not done to you.

Update: per @CamilStaps's statement, this is the philiosophy 己所不欲,勿施於人, from the book Analects of Confucius. It means "(if) self not wanting it, don't apply it to another person."

In terms of doing the "right" thing or betrayal. I think "right" or "wrong" is not very absolute, as in fact I see many people's "right" is merely because it is to their benefits. Also, note that some place actually wants to "open one eye and close one eye" when it is illegal immigrant situation, as the place will want cheap labor, so at the same time they say it is illegal, but they will let the person stay and even want to collect tax from that person. So I think "right" or "wrong" may be somewhat subjective, while "betrayal" is quite real, and not so subjective -- although, some people may say that's subjective, because he is reporting something and "it is right" and it is not betrayal -- although he himself doesn't want to be betrayed.

I know we can say, we don't want to be punished, so does that mean we should not punish people? But what if some people stole or rob other people, then should the people be punished? I think yes, but right now he is not doing that. He is staying here and according to some immigration law, he should not be staying here. But nobody is really God to say he shouldn't stay here. Law is created by people and I see it adjusted to suit people's purpose, just like I said some place will say it is illegal to stay, but let them stay, and find a way to tax them.

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