Posted: Mar 03, 2020 6:58 am
by Cito di Pense
gobshite wrote:
Cito di Pense wrote:
I asked you what condition excuses you from even establishing your position, let alone justifying it. I think what we'll find is that you assume your position has already been established by others, and that you're just standing on the sidelines waving your pompoms and your megaphone.

I reasoned out my opinion here

Looks like you need to work on your reading skills.


gobshite wrote:When you look at the broader picture of a protest action, you can see how an act of disruption can actually lead to greater awareness and support for the protest cause.

* Interestingly, as safe as milk would know if he'd ever been to a protest, not everyone who is disrupted is pissed off about the disruption. It's very common to find supporters amongst the disrupted.

That consists of further ex recto assertions on your part, combined with pure speculation about the effectiveness of disruption. Of course it happens that supporters are among those disrupted, since such disruption cannot be selective. All you have left is speculation about whose opinions will change as a result, and how those changes will only be favorable to your cause.

I think the contrary feedback you've gotten is related to the ratio between those who are simply pissed off by it and those whose opinions will be favorably changed. Carry on splendidly and speculatively, then, and be a true believer in the righteousness of your cause.