This is the weirdest conversation I have read, I just started reading all the posts and this conversation is weird lol.
Anyways, there are a couple things I can tell you, original poster guy:
1. Corruption is pretty standard to an extent, but those who are corrupt in courts are usually taking risks. If you work hard to talk to the right people for legal info and advice, you may be able to catch an untenable decision of the judge, or a adverse lawyer who violated the Rules of Professional Conduct.
2. The law is a dirty game, look up "Bad Man" theory in Black's Law Dictionary. Also read John Grisham books, that really helped me realize that I was not the only one noticing corruption - it's as old as courts themselves.
3. Courts tend to take advantage, and/or screw over, Pro Se people. You will notice that as a recurring theme in all jurisdictions in this country.
Overall, for better or worse, you seem very alarmed that a judge is screwing a Pro Se person over in a case, but that is more common than you might think. But I assure you, he who breaks a rule, takes a risk. Even just one obviously unfair decision of a judge, creates an appeal that creates court records showing what went on, then lawyers do research and find out, and law students read records and research and find out - and that is kind of justice in itself. The same goes for State Bar proceedings against attorneys; if you can catch the other guy or gal breaking a specific Rule of Professional Conduct for State Bar Attorneys, then report them and Cite the rule specifically. Issue - Rule - Argument - Conclusion - IRAC !!