posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 12:50 PM
reply to post by ubeenhad
You can't justify the taking of other's rights for the exercise of your own. Its tyranny by the many instead of tyranny from the one (Gov) we have
IF this had been at the bank....or anywhere but a Residential neighborhood with unrelated people, children and in this case...a Church right there as
well (more people right there and unrelated to this) I'd debate the merits of the action itself...not how wrong the method was. I don't think
violating others rights even really comes into it for the vast majority of what Occupy does. Other things can be said, but not taking anyone's
I'm surprised you don't see how this is different though, when you are in and on top of other folks homes. In their yards. There isn't a way to
have that little confrontation otherwise.
Now Occupy has become a confrontation group almost 100%. As much from the Law Enforcement as anything else, granted...but its still a situation
everyone knows by now and ought to be planning as a factor.
Planning...like to avoid risk and danger to people unrelated to the action being taken. I mean, how would Occupy there feel if a rubber bullet from
one of the Orange non-lethal shotguns hit a kid in the yard across the street from this place...on someone in the parking lot of the apartment block
at the end of the street? The cop fired the round, of course....but The cop wouldn't be there TO fire a weapon if Occupy didn't choose that time and
place to schedule the fight.
This is where I just can't see where it's not at least as much the burden of Occupy (If not more..they have the control of time and place) for what
happens and how that goes down in the most general way?