Have you ever changed a deeply held opinion?

My answer to Have you ever changed a deeply held opinion?

Answer by Desmond Last:

I once held the opinion that the Law was the Law. That no matter who had failed the people the Law would always be there to ensure that those in Positions of Legal Responsibility would be held to account.

Now I realise that the Law is impotent without the trust, respect and guardianship of the People.

The Law can only exist if it is applied equally to all without fear and favour. It is we the People who must ensure the law is enforced and it is we the People who must act as guardians of the Law.

We cannot rely on the Police or our Government to enforce the law equally to all.

We all witnessed the children of Aleppo being murdered. Now their murderers are being asked to form a Government.

I personally will one day use the law to obtain the Justice I have been deprived of by Theresa May and the U.K Government. The same law which they have illegally used against me.

My opinion now is that ‘The Law will only be the Law when we the People ensure that the Law is applied equally to all’. Be it Theresa May or President Donald Trump.

Have you ever changed a deeply held opinion?

Author: Desmond Last

My name is Desmond Last. For the past 15~ years I have been writing and developing my own original new Ideas and Systems for a Better World. I am employed as a full-time Security Officer for the NSW Government at Liverpool Hospital Sydney. I also act as an Engineering Consultant to EarthCruiser Australia.

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