This is a follow-up to my blog of yesterday about property vs. personal rights.
If I’m not allowed to use a video to tape what’s happening to me, then the property manager is responsible for anything that happens to me. If someone breaks into my apartment and rapes me, or beats me up, or kills me, he’s responsible.
I got up this morning and found my lock partly unlocked. It wasn’t open all the way. I put so much tape around my door knob that they couldn’t unlock it all the way. Plus, I had a ton of things keeping someone from opening my door.
I’m not allowed to video tape someone trying to open my door, but some creep in the middle of the night can try to get into my apartment and do to me whatever he feels like doing.
Really, is it right that because someone owns an apartment building, he can put my life in danger?
I don’t think it’s right.
My right to protect myself is stronger than someone’s property rights in my opinion. He has a right to do with his property whatever he wants, but not at the expense of my life.
And I feel my life is in danger.
Why reason does someone have to open my door unless he’s planning to do harm to me?
These creeps get away with so much. They can do whatever they feel like doing, rape, kill, etc.
And where’s our right to protect ourselves from these creeps? We can’t get help from the police, management office, government, no one.
We’re at the mercy of these scumbags.
Whatever happened to our constitutional rights to protect ourselves?
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