Friday, September 21, 2012

HBL-A0040 - The Moral Imperative it resolved that:

As a Prisoner of War has the duty to try to escape, as a man whose life or the welfare of those in his charge has the duty to defend them, so too a man may not morally permit himself to submit to the whim or will of a government whose actions cannot be shown to be logical and just.

Therefore, it is our strongest duty as a governing body to make ourselves a group operating under the strictest checks and with the most severe scrutiny so that the common man may look at us and see, with no extraordinary amount of intellect or insight, that we are both.

If we do not, we may expect to be ignored and reviled and it is their duty to do so.