knapplc wrote:I don't know if there's ever a good time to wreck the environment in which you live. You tear up your town - great! Now you've got a guy dead and a torn up town. Rioting is not the best method of conveying dissatisfaction. It's probably the most counterproductive method of doing that.
No I mostly agree, I meant to put a
at the end of my last statement.
I do think in some situations minor rioting serves a purpose in getting a message across, but those situations have to be extreme....civil rights riots come to mind. Of course it'd be better if the rocks and bottles being thrown were directed at the right windows....say the police station or courthouse and not Bills Barbershop or Johns Deli. I'm not advocating violence toward others but sometimes things need to be turned up a notch, sadly most people take it too far.
Yeah I guess really "rioting" is not good, what I am advocating is aggressive protest.