"Non-cooperation with evil
is as much a duty as is
cooperation with good."
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 -- Anonymous      
Each true lover of liberty serves self best when 'non-cooperation' is applied to the de facto democratic oligarchy's (socialist and/or fascist) compelled compliance, license, theft of the noble labor's fruit, forced charity - ID - insurance, etc.
 -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    And yet we fail to see the difference...
     -- Robert, Sarasota     
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    In this world of moral equivalences, shades of gray, and lack of judgment, it is no wonder that people fail to either cooperate with good or oppose evil. Few even know what they are anymore.
     -- Ken, Allyn, WA     
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    LOL, Gandhi's words are wonderful... makes me wonder how Mike can twist them so as to justify turning one's back on those in need... but it says so much about the self-rightious right that they see the world in this light.
     -- Anonymous, Reston, VA US     
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    "Non-cooperation with evil is as much a duty as is cooperation with good." ■ This is the only way "We the People" will ever truly rid the world of all forms of injustice once and for all. Thank you sir for sharing this ultimate truth with us. Thank you for bringing a bit of peaceful sanity to this morally schizophrenic world. Think peace, go vegan! That is, veganism, being the ultimate form of non-cooperation with evil should be at the very core of the peace movement.
     -- Randy, San Jose, California USA     
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     -- Anonymous      
    I love Gandhi!
     -- Anonymous     
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     -- Mary - MI      
     -- jim k, Austin      
    Mike is hardly one to turn his back on those in need  he volunteers his time and money personally.  The self-righteous one is YOU, Reston, and your post says so much about how you see people who give personally than demand such from the State.  Talk about self-righteous.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    Knowing which is which takes time and attention.  You can bet that whatever you have been 'sold' is what 'they' want you to believe is 'good' or 'evil.'  The search for the truth about anything is to find the good or evil about it as well.  To abstain from evil is to do nothing  that alone will not be enough, one must do good as well.  Truth = good, Lies = bad.  Love = good, Hate = bad.  Kindness = good, violence = bad.  It's not hard if you start with the fundamentals. ;-)
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    The "A" from Reston, you know I'm smiling audibly while shaking my lowered head. And Archer, thank you for the words  I do help the needy, both financially and by labor. The here Gandhi quote defines the "A" from Reston perfectly. A's religious belief and call to action is to cooperate with the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land's evil second plank of the communist manifesto while, calling the enslavement and other evil done with the stolen booty, good.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Mr. Mahatma Gandhi deserved a fair and fully examined  trial, and not the vigilante, vindictive, mob  "justice" that was meted out to him.  The same procedure should have been practiced for Dr. King, the Kennedys and Mr Abraham Lincoln.
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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    Sorry Editor, I feel I should deliver an additional post, for to not be called a sexist I should mention the same primitive mentalities that assassinated Indira Gandhi was the same as Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. King, President Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Mr Abraham Lincoln. She also deserved a fair and fully examined trial. Maybe I should say WE the People deserved these individual's put in front of a fair trial jury. It is time we address the troubles of the world as adults and end this mob vigilante murdering. Socialism is the vision of social abilities to create.
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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    Bizarre.  They deserved to be put on trial?  Sheesh.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    Yes, trial, Mr Archer, and the verdict looks like it would not have gone in any of these individual's favor.  They would have been found guilty of abusive treatment of their own children.
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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    Additionally Mr Archer, I believe, because I'm operating on the facilities of reason and intuition that all the  "trigger women" of the males mentioned of this circumstances were in fact females claiming "revolution." This was in fact what was being really being billed in the nineteen-sixties as the "sexual revolution."
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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    Correction: Mr Archer: What was being billed as the "American sexual revolution" of the sixties both 18 hundreds as well as 19 hundreds was the murder of President Lincoln, MLK, President Kennedy, Robert Kennedy by their wives.
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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    Correction 2: I believe Gandhi's wife death proceeded his own so 
    I don't know a lot  about that case unfolded. I'll keep you posted as that case slowly present's itself. 
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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    Hmm, they were all killed by their wives, but rather should have been put on trial and executed via tribunal instead?  Wow that's a new take.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    Mr Archer: Indeed, my very post mentioned putting the whole system on trial. We need to internalize the fact that anyone of us, among other issues, could have been in Lee Harvey Oswald's position, November 1963 if born in the era. Sirhan Sirhan knew immediately what strategy to take from Oswald's fate. I didn't speak gangster language back then, so I know what was going on, and still don't know much about it but you trying to teach me to incriminate me. You're are a bunch evil hoodlum degenerates who need to change.

     


     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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    I would like to state for the record that I had no knowledge of any plans to assassinate any of our presidents, presidential candidates, civil rights representatives, or anyone else for that matter. 
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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