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What you talk of sounds kind of like a revolution Lord Snow - 29/01/2003 06:06:07 PM

Complaining does nothing. N O T H I N G. If someone really wants to change it, the real way to go about it would be to start doing something about it and then rallying people to the cause. Eventually enough pro-active people will accumulate that things will change. What makes our country great is not that people are free to whine, but that they are free to change it themselves.

Complaining does something. I've complained and had things fixed. If many complain about a policy etc. than it (in a perfect system) is also addressed.

This, of course, is assuming the complaint is reasonable. If it isn't then few people will echo the complaint. But what does it matter that these uninformed whinings are made? If one good point is made it should be worth your trouble. Or, if you refuse to listen, someone else.

It's when complaints of the masses are ignored that common people should have to force the change. When the government they elected stop serving the people's will. Lots of people do have personal matters to attend to before they decide to organise a coup or a rally. Those who wish to be 'hands on' can be, but those who simply wish to voice concerns (however stupid) should be allowed to do so.


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What you talk of sounds kind of like a revolution - 29/01/2003 06:06:07 PM 11 Views
Re: What you talk of sounds kind of like a revolution - 30/01/2003 05:58:12 PM 6 Views
Brilliant! *NM* - 29/01/2003 03:54:02 PM 4 Views
One down for the freedom of speech! *NM* - 29/01/2003 04:37:32 PM 7 Views
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