To Resist Or To Refuse, That is The Question

We need strong leaders with integrity

To Resist Or To Refuse, That is The Question
We need strong leaders with integrity 
for a peaceful political revolution.
Rosa Parks did not resist, she refused to give up her seat. 
Cesar Chavez & Mahatma Gandhi both refused.

Martin Luther King Jr. “refuse” many times in different ways, actions & brilliantly in words:
“I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality… I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word”

“I refuse to accept the cynical notion that nation after nation must spiral down a militaristic stairway into the hell of thermonuclear destruction.”

For some more examples watch the movie Selma & how MLK refused President Johnson.

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My geeky analogy: A common use for a resistor & it’s resistance in electronics is to limit or control the flow of current. A resistor does not stop the current, in order to stop or refuse the current from damaging a circuit, a common solution is to use a fuse……. get it?

Incrementalism is two steps forward one step back, we’ve been getting duped with fake incrementalism which is two steps forward three or four steps back depending on who’s in office.

Money in politics, wealth disparity, wages, climate change, 4th amendment rights, rigged unfair globalization, continuous wars for the profit of the .01% all this & more have been getting worse no matter what party is in office.

A tepid corralled resistance is not going to get the job done. We need conviction, principled Representatives that will fight for the issues & policies enough that they will refuse to compromise. Compromise is often used by Representatives to give the look of resistance for their constituents, but by not refusing they please their big money donors & sell out their voters.

To quote Bernie Sanders, enough is enough!

To quote Nina Turner, Enough is enough is enough! Nina inspires to bring it up a notch.

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