Why do we need to be granted the right to break the law? Insofar as we have the ability to do something, we have the right to do it.Originally Posted by CypressDahlia
What makes you assume unfair systems are doomed? The Roman Empire lasted over 1,000 years, longer than the whole of Capitalist and Enlightenment ideology, and yet it was massively unfair by modern standards. On the other hand, supposedly 'fair' Soviet Russia lasted less than a century. Fairness does not equal stability, ideologically convenient as that would be for you.You see, you can't simultaneously break and maintain law. That results in legal inequality, which defeats the purpose of distinct, individual rights... I have no doubt a state //would// fall under that system because it is innately unfair. Luckily, our government doesn't work like that.