Is Standing Up For Your Rights Intimidating? You Bet! What’s The Alternative?


If you stand up for your rights, you may find that there are some people who are not only not happy about that, but they might even try to intimidate you into not doing that.  That intimidation could manifest itself in ways like the above photo when you participate in street action, and the cops beat you up.  That’s not the only way though; you could have your property confiscated by the police or the I.R.S. and other bureaucratic elements.  You might have your phone tapped, your email read, your tweets scrutinized, your television viewing monitored etc.  Like Michael Hasting, you might even be followed or murdered by remote control of your car while you’re driving.

If you stand for your rights, then you are an iconoclast, a non-conformist, a rebel, a fringe element etc.  The only exception to that is if you are standing up for the politically correct right du jour.  That is, to say, if you are standing up for your right to a job, your right to an income, your right to have food, your right to medical care, then those are politically correct because they further the cause of socialism and totalitarianism  Those are the government forms that the entrenched politicians and their puppet masters, the central bankers, want for you.

If you really want to stand up for yourself, then join with and stand up for the one man who abhors all of this fraud, lying, stealing, cheating, oppression, wars etc.  Stand up for Jesus Christ and Christian Biblical morality as it has been historically understood – not the way it is explained by a bunch of perfidious, pusillanimous “fake” Christians that get all of the press, and who distort the Bible and historic Christianity.


Pensamiento Peligroso writes the truth as he sees it, and if it upsets you, then it makes you think!

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