When an aphid confronts Goliath.
I’d encourage you to read yesterday’s post before this one.
Currently, our leaders claim to protect the weak. First of all, from whom are they protecting them? Who are the villains who wish to contaminate our elders and thus risk their lives? If I make a comparison such as a walk in the dark, I think it would be normal for parents to want to prevent their child from going out alone for fear of misfortune. Is this misfortune possible? Yes, is it likely, the question could arise. Could a partner, man or woman, prevent their spouse from going out alone at night? They could try and dissuade the other one, share their fears, but the decision is ultimately up to the person. This person isn’t putting anyone else’s life in danger. So the question is, if we’re talking about adults, is it anyone’s responsibility to make sure that people don’t put their own life at risk, or just that people don’t put others’ lives at risk?
If we look at food, we must protect consumers from the mistakes made by producers, but must we protect consumers from themselves? Tobacco, for example, can a state choose not to allow citizens to smoke even if it is known that it puts their lives at risk?
To be continued…
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Last Updated on May 12, 2021 by Coach Danny