Thursday, February 09, 2017

When you're not that serious about a solution

If you claim to be aware of a problem, and say you want to solve it, but you won't do the minimum necessary, then you must not really believe the problem is very important after all.

Bullying is a prime example.

"Public schools", those socialist indoctrination prisons, are a primary cause of bullying. Ignorant prohibitions on self defense provide the rest of the cause.

So, if you aren't willing to abolish kinderprisons and to stop allowing self defense to be penalized, you obviously don't believe bullying is much of a problem, no matter how many words you expend on the subject. Any protests to the contrary fall on deaf ears-- what you do means more than what you say.


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