Should Human Rights Be Sacrificed For Peace?
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Everyone does indeed have their own definition of peace. Here is the objective definition of peace, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary:
- a state in which there is no war or fighting
- an agreement to end a war
- a period of time when there is no war or fighting
That sounds nice, doesn't it? A little bit of freedom is a small price to pay for peace.
Let's give an example: penitentiaries. Inmates are given free protection, as well as other things including free food, free sleeping arrangements, free clothes, free reading material/education, free exercise equipment, free intramurals, free jobs, and a daily routine with no surprises. All they lose is their freedom. It would be nice to have everything free like that. If it were me, I would be relaxing with a good book or perhaps playing sports outside in the fresh air during my free time. Not having to worry about groceries would help people's individual lives be more peaceful too.
I now hand over the virtual podium to Con. Thank you.
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Vote Placed by lannan13 1 year ago
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