[PLUG] Why I'm a Pirate!
pravi.a at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 03:07:47 PST 2012
2012/1/31 म.हा.सा.ग.र <o.s.h.o at guruvision.com>:
> Perhaps you have not met a old thinking type shop owner (or a
> producer) who think he is going to keep doing the same thing till
> death becomes him/her. And then there are usual marketting
> adventurers who keep using that as their main interest is to stoke or
> keep the fire from being extinguished... which I am pointing again as
> a perspective and there may be more...
But can you allow him to close down new shops using threats and intimidation?
>> from another comprehensive write up on this topic
>>> true path is somewhere in the middle... the self reasonsing and being
>>> sensible is usually the correct approach.
> I have not traversed the link you provided simply because it is not my
> focus area, usually being considerate about other humans (or **human
> machines**, please note!) gives us enough insight for our own
> self-development and that is THE angle which probably "Why I am a
> Pirate" kind of mentality propoganda may miss...
Its your choice not to read it, but if you comment on it without
reading it shows you have a prejudice and not interested in changing
your perspective based on any logical argument.
>> പ്രവീണ് അരിമ്പ്രത്തൊടിയില്
>> You have to keep reminding your government that you don't get your
>> rights from them; you give them permission to rule, only so long as
>> they follow the rules: laws and constitution.
> There is also a case to keep reminding that **self**, that you are
> still bound to follow the laws that were created by obtaining or by
> abstinance of your covetted VOTE!
> Nobody gives you any right to just start throwing tantrums just
> because you have a valid and logical case for improvement, it still
> needs to be brought up before the people in a manner that is provided
> by the statutory framework drafted by your and everybody's ancestors
> who designed current system of governance!
Bringing up the issues for debate is a legitimate step in that
direction. May be you forgot about the fourth pillar of democracy.
People have to first understand their interests and then demand it
from their representatives. Many of rights we enjoy has been won over
by people like us fighting and even breaking laws, remember civil
disobedience? Making Salt was illegal then and breaking the law was a
bold step in throwing it away.
You have to keep reminding your government that you don't get your
rights from them; you give them permission to rule, only so long as
they follow the rules: laws and constitution.
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