"All May Park. All Must Pay."
Another way of saying this is like at the dry cleaners, "No tickee, no shirtee!"
This reminded me of a conversation that I was having with some colleagues about whether individuals or organizations can be evil?
(Note: True story, but I've embellished for the sake of demonstration.)
One colleague said, "Individuals are not bad, but people in groups definitely [often] turn bad!"
Another said, "No individuals can be bad, really bad--think of Hitler and so many others who have murdered, tortured, raped, enslaved, and impoverished--it's the individuals that can and do turn an organizational culture bad."
A third person replied that, "Indeed, it can be the other way around as well, where bad organizations make or encourage it's people to do the wrong things--whether for profits, power, or punishment."
Then someone blurted out, "Well, business is business, right?" In other words, it's okay to do something wrong because everyone does it in business--that's the name of the game and what you have to do to compete and survive!
Then I said sort of annoyed at what the last person said, "Business is not business--that is our test to be G-dly, moral, and ethical in all our dealings [in our personal and professional lives]!"
Of course, we don't always succeed--no one does/we are not angels--but we have to try every time, learn and grow and become better people.
If you do wrong, you will pay--whether in this world or the next. ;-)