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    "radicals" are the ones that actually get things done.

    Of course most people don't like ISIS decapitating innocent men and women, or burying Yazidi alive because of their religion, but this is one of many.

    The civil rights movement, slavery, women's rights, gay rights, and thorough governmental reform of many countries could not be achieved without someone acting in a way that would be considered "radical".

    Until someone cares enough to change the status quo, it will remain the same.

    Anyone daring to change the status quo will be labeled a radical.

    While the actions and desires of radicals can be terrible, this doesn't mean the concept is all together bad.

  • They do good things.

    They overturn governments by killing people so we don't have to and we can pretend like we don't support it and be all high and mighty over them. Also radicals just look awesome when they set things on fire or blow stuff up that isn't in the United States of America.

  • They are rude.

    I do not like radicals, because they do not accept the opposition. It is good to talk with the opposition about any subjects. Say no to radicals. They do not want to listen the speech of the opposition. We should listen the opposition. Sometimes the opposition could be more intelligent compared to us. Therefore... We should say no for rude radicals. What did you think about the radicals? Everybody should talk to everybody. To criminals, other skinned, to prostitutes, etc.

    Posted by: anzo
  • Other ways to get things done.

    Radicals are the individuals who act too abruptly and make selfishly rash decisions it seems. Those in the Civil Rights movements who "got things done" were not radicals, a prime example is Dr. Martin Luther King JR. There is a difference between sticking up for what is right in an acceptable manner and acting like a nut about it.
    This is the same for women's rights and gay rights, it is common sense that everyone is equal and it is hardly a radical standpoint to believe it to be true.
    Yes, reform and change is more than necessary concerning certain aspects, but there are ways to go about it that are more acceptable and correct(for lack of a better word) than others. And being a radical just is not one of them.

  • Like it or not

    "radicals" are the ones that actually get things done.

    Of course most people don't like ISIS decapitating innocent men and women, or burying Yazidi alive because of their religion, but this is one of many.

    The civil rights movement, slavery, women's rights, gay rights, and thorough governmental reform of many countries could not be achieved without someone acting in a way that would be considered "radical".

    Until someone cares enough to change the status quo, it will remain the same.

    Anyone daring to change the status quo will be labeled a radical.

    While the actions and desires of radicals can be terrible, this doesn't mean the concept is all together bad.


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