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Letter from a Birmingham Jail by Dr Martin Luther King Jr Perfection Thats something that can never be achieved fully To say that a law is perfect is as saying that humans are flawless We all know that humans are far from flawless Humans had made many mistakes in its times Some have started as early as Adam and Eve eating the forbidden apple Others such as the holocaust Japanese rape camps and the attack on the world center are only done recently This shows how far off humans are from perfection If humans write laws yet they themselves arent perfect then therefore their laws arent perfect either That means that there will be many laws that are flaw full and unjust I believe that those laws should and MUST be broken For every action there is a consequence that follows after If theres no consequence then that action will continue as if there were no problems with it The same theory applies to laws as well If an unjust law is made then some one had made a mistake First of all we should never follow through on a mistake and keep repeating it But more importantly if that issue isnt raised and demanded for change then the law will continue and many like it will follow We must take care of unjust laws as they come up to prevent more of being made Laws that are just protect us and set order in our society We need such just laws and must always follow Yet laws that are unjust has to be dealt with immediately to prevent more of the same kind To clarify my point if a law comes out that says that citizens cant wear a white T-shirt on Monday morning from 3-330AM Many will think that its useless and unimportant Many will say that since it doesnt affect them directly then they dont have to worry about it
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