Civil Disobedience Part I
When can we justify to break the law? Our moms would probably say "never" - but taking this bit you will get three different theoretical perspectives from some who say "sometimes"...
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it is of vital importance to not let laws that are oppressive to continue to negatively affect people lives, at a point where the available democratic means have been exhausted then the people should be courageous enough to disobey the government. For sometimes without civil unrest much oppressed...
In order to to attain the change you want in our society today you have to protest as a community but, there are conditions you have to observe.You have to obey the laws and an also keep in mind what you are doing does not break the laws and compromise the whole idea.
If the laws are unfair and oppressive, then there are certainly many instances where people would be justified in breaking those laws. When Black people began refusing to give up their seats for white people on the bus, they were certainly justified in breaking this inhumane law.
No one is allowed to braek the law
ONo activist can't break the low coz no one is above the low We have a right as actitivist to disagree or d with our leaders on issues that are not beneficial to us and elso to ensure public is well represented in the decision makings trough the right chanells not by breaking the law