reply to post by SkepticOverlord
Being a conspiracy theorist now since 1979 I have to say I disagree with Anonymous
Not the idea of the group but their behavior, tending to lead towards criminal action, and terrorism.
I most certainly want people to have rights but I do not condone criminal negligence to attain it.
We as a society can keep our rights if we fight for them legally and non-violently.
Without absurd behavior because the law, funding, and perspective is on societies side.
Not on those who cannot stand up for their beliefs legally, non-violently, and without criminality.
For those who decry not voting due to fixed voting, elite power structures, or Secret Societies
There is an easy fix to bypass the criminality of those within power.
It is called getting involved, personally, and actually forcing the change, legally and non-violently.
Volunteer to work in your voting precinct.
Lobbyist and special interest groups tying up your local politician?
Form a non-profit, a think-tank, and put your own politician in office.
Find a public organization which counters it and join it.
Simply said, no matter what, your whining, complaining,and bitching will do little.
And criminal, terrorist, and or illegal activities will do nothing but tighten the noose around you neck.
Rhetoric without actions behind it is but a hollow gesture especially with no legs to stand upon.
Make an honorable decision to do something about the problems you see.
Without allowing those laws you want changed to be the ones that hang you upon a gibbet.
edit on 7/13/11 by SpartanKingLeonidas because: Adding
Depth and Insight Into the Post.