If saying something is wrong is not the same as judging, then what is it?
You're driving a car in a country you've never been to before. You don't really know the language, so it's hard to ask for directions. All you really have to get you where you're going is your GPS and the road signs - the ones with pictures.
After the GPS got you lost a couple of times, you used the signs to find your way. The road signs let you know what was there and gave you a chance to do something about it. You paid attention to the signs, and you got there safe and sound.
Saying something is wrong is like a road sign, it lets you know what's there and gives you a chance to do something about it. But a road sign has to be done in a universal language, or it won't be understood. Saying something is wrong is no different - it has to be done in a universal language, or it won't be understood.
More on this tomorrow.