There is no such thing as fairness. It's a liberal myth. Justice is what it is. If a starving man steals bread from a rich man; it's still theft.
You answer me, what's fair?
It's fair if the rich men get together and make laws, so that they can tax the poor man, and build very large palaces.
It's a liberal myth that the rich and powerful should be killed in the proletariat uprising.
Yes, by definition, if a poor man steals, it's still 'theft', but it's the rich who made the law, to protect themselves, not because non-theft is a proven godly virtue. It's then the rich who enforce the law, and scourge the poor man, not God.
God never made any property laws, lawyers did.
In the modern age, it's men who attempt fairness and justice, because the perception of it is what keeps society healthy.
It's God who does the earthquakes, HIV, malaria, painful childbirth. All the struggle and shit comes from God. It's a tough love.
Soft love and justice come as an ideal from left wing humans and Christians.
But, deep down, we know it wont work. Humans really need wars, syphilis, starvation, work-camp exploitation, arthritis. If we don't get our measure of pain and exploitation, we go all soft and soggy, and claim more welfare benefits.