Good Ideas Don’t Require Force

There are now 3.81 billion social media users around the world, representing 49 percent of the world’s total population, and yet no one is forced to use any platform. Social media like all things before it of equal magnitude of adoption were voluntarily supported.

If your idea is so grand, then lead by example and let the “monkey see monkey do” theory that’s biologically embedded in all social animals do it’s thing.

If your idea is better than someone else’s based solely on your superior intelligence, then understand people have the right to be ignorant (measured with you being par) and that you aren’t authorized to use force nor violence.

If your idea is indeed so great, I’m sure you won’t have a problem convincing others as those who oppose you naturally begin to suffer the consequences of their choice.

To bring this home, if you want to wear a mask, then do it. If you don’t, then don’t. Don’t buy into the sheep’s guilt “well you can give it to others” bc in the court of law, that argument will have a hard time holding water given the element of intent plays a huge role. If you are a carrier and someone gets sick while in public with you, it will be difficult in a courtroom to prove malicious criminal intent.

Whether you see this as a get out of jail free card or whether you see it as a gap in our govt’s authority, the point is clear that individual freedom reigns supreme.

If in light of this you voluntarily choose to stay in your grandmother’s basement or whether you choose to engage in public orgies (consenting adults), the choice is yours and you are free to make it. Do not bow down and toss your convictions (to each their own) out the window simply bc someone claims authority.

In God I trust. All others must bring the right data.

If someone’s data isn’t right for you, then so be it… carry on. There’s plenty of people in this world to meet and engage with that the opinion of one who disagrees with you is infinitesimal at best.

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