His Friend his Enemy Essay Andrew Goracke
Have you ever been forced to do a chore that you really don’t like to do such as mowing the lawn, making your bed, or cleaning your room. Well Imagine being forced by your government to do things against your thoughts and beliefs. There is no saying “5 more minutes mom.” You have to obey. So what would you do? In my opinion I would revolt, and for 3 big reasons. First off people that believe the same way as you will join in and your opinions will be addressed in a more serious fashion. Second of all you as a person will also be taken more seriously for future demands and such they will consider your opinion to keep on your good side. And lastly, It will benefit your children, not only will it help you but it will benefit the future generation to come by revolting and voicing your opinion. This is why these three things show that by revolting against your government you show that you will not be forced into something against your will.
First off People will join you, if people have the same ideas as you they are bound to join you, often in some schools when a teacher asks the class a question it just takes one kid to raise his hand then all of the others will join in with him. So basically, while voicing your opinion not only will you show your opinion but you also will show the opinions of your friends. Now lets say your in a fight with 1 guy and then 3 of his buddies jump in, aren’t you going to be afraid? This goes the same way there is strength in numbers so in this cense the government will most likely hear you out. And on top of all these things not only will you be benefiting yourself but also others around you.
In addition to this, the government will take you more seriously, in other words for the future the government will hear you out lets say they have to do something in your area for landscaping. They are most likely going to ask your thoughts on it in fear that you might revolt again. Also, they...