A prison is nigh

Psychotherapy bookstore window subject list, H...

Psychotherapy bookstore window subject list, Harbord Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Photo credit: gruntzooki)

Prescription drug intake leads to less privileged dissension. Despite differences in educational background, cultural context and philosophy of life, a twenty something young man will become minority in society if he accepts the psychotherapy and prescription drug intake. The diversity and dynamic in society thereafter discourage this young man, and he probably would devote the whole life to civil rights and social movements. He shall be less privileged, and the cry for equality is more akin to dissension.

Prescription drug intake leads to prison of conscientious objector. A conscientious objector is a person who refuses to join the armed forces because they think that it is morally wrong to do so, for religious beliefs or other philosophies issue. When the young man accepts the psychotherapy and prescription drug intake, evidences show that he behaves like a conscientious objector, de facto rejects the military service.

Speaking out loudly his opinions of civil rights or human rights in social movement publicly, the young man is a dissident to the police and government authority that regularly arrest him and harass him. A casual seizure from home for inquiry by criminal police force, a law court held for the young man to stand trial for a crime without any necessary legal consisting elements, a prison is nigh for the young man to be the prisoner of conscience just for his civil rights beliefs and philosophies.

DB, December 10, 2012

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