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Political action and excuses for avoiding it





JoryRFerrell
If someone protested an issue/issues for awhile, and then appeared to "fall-off" for awhile, and other people around that person claimed that this was why they "couldn't" do it themselves, would those same people look like jackasses if the person got back up and continued protesting after having a breather? Basically, what if MLK had hypothetically had Caucasians telling him that they couldn't do anything about his being discriminated against because it was too big an issue. And what if MLK himself took a break from protesting, with Caucasians sneering that he had "failed" and proved why they themselves could not do something? What if MLK then took back up the issue? Wouldn't the group excuse, having pointed out his "failure", as a justification for not doing anything, be worthless in that light?
If they claimed he was being ignorant and had no idea what he was talking about, that he was running his mouth, and would eventually get tired enough to drop the subject, thereby excusing them of any responsibility, what would it mean if he got back up for more after a break??

Would it mean anything?
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