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Organizational Civil Life

To avoid violence and keep society civil, government is to be a referee. Folks coming to play in the game of life, playing by the same rules. Our government is supposed to be the independent referees who call the game. Our laws are the rules of the game.

We have our representatives to create the rules and to speak for us the ensure the rules are evenly applied to all.

We have a single leader, the president, who is suppose to make sure the system of government runs smoothly and according to the rules, the CEO of the organization so to speak. And if needs be over see the strong arm (Army) and protect us.

We can appeal when we think we the rules have been applied unfairly (the courts).

How long do we, as a nation, as a people, continue to allow a minority, any minority, a subset,  by the very definition a deviation from the norm, of folks play by different rules? Allow them just because they are loud determine the direction of our nation, our values, our social interaction, our family values?

No one is really normal. We all have our specific differences and preferences. None the less when individuals and groups of people come together to form communities, organizations or even nations there are necessarily guidelines  agreed upon by all upon which we govern behavior.

It does not matter if subsets of our society have inbred differences of which they have no control, it does not matter if those deviations are choices, it matters not the intentions. What matter is the actions and behaviors. When those actions occur, then the powers (the referees) that be must determine the import of intention, action and results then make a ruling based upon just rules that apply to all evenly.

When these systems no longer function even handedly, but are allow bias and preference for whatever reason, there is no longer recourse except force.

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