Do unto as you do with others?
No! Do unto others as you would want done unto you. It refers to when we have done something very stupid or harmful or socially or morally evil we would want understanding, grace and hopefully, if we were truly sorry and did not mean to ever do it again, we could be forgiven and pardoned from penalty... You should not kill because you yourself would not want to be killed... Do not swear falsely getting another into trouble because you would not want this... And so on
The saying should read "Do unto others as ye would have them do unto you" It is taken from the Sermon on the Mount found in the book of Matthew. However the phrase "Do unto others before they do unto you" does appear in Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. "Do unto others before they do unto you" is also from the movie Van Helsing. IGor said it. Actually, the saying was also…
It is actually do onto others as you would like them to do unto you. It means that you should treat people how you want them to treat you. The Golden Rule is generally and deliberately misunderstood in Christendom. It is one of the keys to happiness, and it means "Do not do to other people what you don't like done to yourself."