Being anti- for the sake of being anti- is bad.
Currently, yes, I am against these things - but I’d rather change the system from within, not just immediately dismiss it.
I understand that.
But what if you believed that the system cannot be changed? And even if you could change it, you’d have to weigh out whether or not you’d rather continue to torment yourself and potentially perpetuate a system cannot be fixed and that is insistent on hurting you and your family, or eradicate the system and start from scratch. Either way, it’s gonna hurt. The question is, which way is the fastest way to prosperity? I think we need both perspectives in the equation. They’re equally important.
If you’re of the belief that the system can be fixed within, then I support your optimism, but I can’t help but recognize your naivety. If you believe that it must be destroyed and rebuilt, I still support you but I can’t help but recognize how immature and unlikely that is. Yet, I find myself fighting within the system. Ignorance is bliss, they say.
Side note: I think the government needs to see what it feels like to be threatened with eradication and oppression. Personally, I think we should vote on who in government goes to prison. Fuck’em
But I do agree that being anti- for the sake of being anti- is bad.