posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 03:21 PM
reply to post by Tsu322
The best place to tell people about this kind of thinking is in your community. I'm sure most of us on ATS would probably be a little more hesitant
towards an unwise action provoked by civil unrest, but there are people in your neighborhood that may not excercise as much temperance.
You know how when you witness a crime, you can press charges on the assailant, even as a witness? Well, let us assume the assailant is a piece of
legislation or action taken by an agent/agency that treats another unjustly. It is your right, and perhaps your duty, to file a complaint on what
you've witnessed, on behalf of your community.
I say this because, we can all blame lazy people, but you can also blame yourself for being lazy about not fighting for the lazy people. That's almost
a socialist mindset, I know, take care of the lazy people. Then again, those who let evil prevail, might as well be in cahoots with them.
All you need to do is be assertive in your, and your communities rights. It may take a bit of your time and some money, but its a bottom up approach
to fixing the government. If you are one that is unable to afford certain filling fees for a civil action against an agency of the government (or
anyone else), you may file an action in forma pauperis, meaning your fee is waived if you can show you are not able to afford them.
edit on 15-10-2013 by Rychwebo because: Spell check must have taken a nap.