A more accurate comparison would be from the next movie where Dr. Crane AKA Scarecrow passes sentence on the police in a deliberate mockery of the concept of justice, throwing a tantrum when people don't tell you what you want to hear. There are times I wish your "exile" bore closer similarity to the ones he imposed. That or Ra's Al Ghul, judging humanity irredeemable to justify tyranny and genocide but never addressing his own hypocrisy, casually spouting nonsense about "balance" when all he wanted was revenge for a fight he started when he told Bruce Wayne he planned to wipe Gotham City off the map and wanted to use him to do it. Or Two-Face himself, casting the complexity of morality aside and blaming random chance/God caring only for what he wants in any given moment because at one point in his life things did not go his way. You're basically any other villain from that continuity sans the Heath Ledger Joker. As alien as they were to a rational mind, he stuck to his own principles and was willing to put himself in harm's way for his twisted ideology whereas you're just a spiteful coward trying in vain to assert that everyone's as disgusting as you but not wanting to be judged the same.
You think yourself the only righteous man because you can't stand being alone in your endless sins. You can't stand being the odd man out, the nail that sticks up, the freak. And more than anything you can't stand your own personal accountability. You don't think even God should be allowed to judge you while you sit and slander all of creation.