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Tariq88 December 4th, 2017 3:14am

Do you believe not going to or believing in protests makes you responsible of the thing being protested?

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iceberg124
12/08/17 7:23 am

No because the issue may just not bother you enough to stop or support it

Zod Above Pugetropolis
12/04/17 6:56 am

Tacitly complicit.
"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
-Edmund Burke

abusara i drink and i know things
12/04/17 6:39 am

If your not with us, you're with the terrorists!

MrsCrayonWax
12/04/17 6:03 am

The old “silence is acceptance” theory. No. There are a lot of issues I disagree with and yet I don’t go to protests. My silence isn’t acceptance. I choose to protest in other ways. That’s a way for people to assign blame everywhere than where it should be:

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lostriver Oregon
12/03/17 11:59 pm

I would hope that if a person protest, that they should know what the hell they are protesting about. And not be a antagonist or try to riot.

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catpillow Florida West Coast
12/03/17 10:05 pm

In my case, it means that I can’t handle walking or standing for a long time and that I have people I need to take care of.

Tariq88 Utah
12/03/17 10:22 pm

Same here. I think there are others ways besides protesting. I have nothing against protests but they just really not my thing. I am not completely opposed to going to one but I don't personally think it means a person stands for what they are protesting for if they don't go.