Stand Your Ground

Stand-Your-Ground-Law

Anything you do is, by its very nature, justified. Stand your ground.

Other people are very scary. Especially if they look, talk, or act differently than you and your people. Stand your ground.

Don’t explore complexity. Don’t let it confuse you. That confused feeling is very uncomfortable. Stand your ground.

Make judgements right away, before you have all the information. It’s so much easier that way. Stand your ground.

Assume authority, even if nobody put you in charge and you did nothing to earn the right to be boss. Stand your ground.

Anything other than being a bully means you’re a weakling, a pushover, a pussy. Stand your ground.

The world is a terrifying place, and you know deep down you have no personal power. Anger is a good substitute. Stand your ground.

A gun is something you need, and something you have an inalienable right to — not just another product a powerful manufacturers’ lobby wants to sell you. Without it you’re defenseless. Stand your ground.

Refuse to believe that your thoughts and actions create your reality right in front of you. Other people need to take responsibility, not you. You’re not the one causing all the problems… it’s all those other people. You’re just reacting to them. Stand your ground.

Be right at all costs. Because it feels so good to be right. Even if somebody else has to die. Stand your ground.

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