Absolute Rights Survivalist Report “The Bill Of Wrongs” Examines Oppression

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Absolute Rights has published the survivalist report “The Bill of Wrongs”, which discusses oppression issues that are rampant in today’s society. “The Bill of Wrongs” explores many of the same concerns that Martin Luther King Jr. was dealing with in the 1960’s.

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A riot is the language of the unheard. The limitation of riots, moral questions aside, is that they cannot win and their participants know it. Hence, rioting is not revolutionary but reactionary because it invites defeat. It involves an emotion....

Born on January 15,1929, Martin Luther King Jr., a civil rights leader that was assassinated on April 4, 1968 fought tirelessly against oppression. In the words of Martin Luther King Jr. himself, “law and order exist for the purpose of establishing justice, and when they fail in this purpose they become the dangerously structured dams that block the flow of social progress”. The survivalist report “The Bill of Wrongs” goes in depth about how Americans that have lost faith in the current government will be able to survive and prosper in this current unstable economic environment.

“The Bill of Wrongs” was published by Absolute Rights, to help people that want to stay current on the issues concerning Americans. Absolute Rights understands Americans are fed up, with riots breaking out, like the recent ones in LA and Cincinnati. People across America are turning to Absolute Rights for information about survival skills, in case they find themselves in a position where they are cut off from society, like the people that lived in New Orleans when hurricane Katrina hit with mass destruction.

Absolute Rights publication “The Bill of Wrongs” realizes that the arc of moral universe is long, it bends towards justice, and that it doesn’t bend on its own. Absolute Rights understands that it bends because all of us are putting our hand on the arc, and we are bending it in that direction. “The Bill of Wrongs” has been developed to help people bend the arc, because it takes time, plus hard work, and provides support when there are frustrations that have to be dealt with. “The Bill of Wrongs” understands that there are Americans that want to bend the arc, because they have a survival mentality, like the people at Absolute Rights.

About Absolute Rights
Absolute Rights is dedicated to publish current information about survival strategies in this unstable economic environment, plus information on liberty, and the The Bill of Rights, along with civil liberties information. Get a free copy of “The Bill of Wrongs” that reports on the great collapse of America’s infrastructure, along with some shocking truths that Americans need to know.

Martin Luther King Jr. put it like this, “Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase.” Absolute Rights is very passionate about their dedication to the proposition that Americans have a personal duty to "take back what is theirs!"


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