Contrary to the noise of those who would rather ignore treason out of party pride, fighting for Human Rights does not make one difficult. It is the voice of the absurd and prideful who have no argument, but to twist and spin the truth. If it is only bad if the other team is doing it, but not yours, then you are most absurd. You are apart of the problem.

  • Fighting for Human Rights does not make you a difficult person.
  • Standing against tyranny does not make you a difficult person.
  • Having the strength of character and core integrity to take a stand against terror does not make you a difficult person.
  • Protecting the innocent does not make you a difficult person.
  • Not wanting to be abused does not make you a difficult person.
  • Not wanting to be harassed does not make you a difficult person.
  • Not wanting to be murdered does not make you a difficult person.
  • Not wanting to be hunted and held in harms way does not make you a difficult person.
  • Wanting justice does not make you a difficult person.
  • Saying, “enough”, in the face of mistreatment and arbitrary abuse and punishment does not make you a difficult person.
  • Intercepting terror does not make you a difficult person.
  • Saving lives does not make you a difficult person.
  • Exercising your rights to free speech does not make you a difficult person.
  • Asking for help does not make you a difficult person.
  • Fighting for freedom and against gross human rights violations and the suffering and murder of others does not make you a difficult person.

A difficult person is one who refuses to listen to the voice of reason. You are the ones that are difficult. And not only difficult, but ignorant and so absurd to choose illusion over the rights of all. You would rather live a lie than allow the truth to reveal the horror. You would rather the terror and injustice that harms so many, than look at what is real. You would rather the horror than act on irrefutable evidence. You are prideful. You are difficult. You are ignorant. You are apart of the problem.

Standing up for what is right does not make you a difficult person.

I will bend over backwards for people. I care about doing a good job. I care about people. I feel a need to care about people. I want to be helpful. I want to be useful. I want to be kind to my ex-husband. I want to be kind to my ex-mother in law. I want to go the extra mile for those at work. I care about things. I want to be patient with others though I’ve been hard pressed and abused for 7 years and that was on top of more abusive situations. And you know what, being relentlessly provoked and abused, gaslighted and harassed until you can’t take it anymore, that reaction that says “enough”, does not make you a difficult person.

Saying, “Don’t hit me”, does not make you a difficult person.

Refusing to be accountable makes you a difficult person. Trivializing and minimizing suffering and murder makes you a difficult person. Turning a blind eye to corruption, treason, murder, and abuse out of party pride makes you a difficult person.

You are absurd.