Dear Friends in Government and those who work for the Government
I have a certain fascination with trying to read the human face behind the facade of those who enforce laws. My attempt to meet all of you on a personal level has nothing to do with hoping to convince you to treat me better or be more lenient towards me. Let’s be clear, I do want to be treated like anyone else, otherwise we would deal with yet another injustice.
Meeting you as equals in a worthwhile dispute requires utmost respect for each other.
Do I think you have more power than I? No. You should be limited because of your duty to make sure that you are not violating basic human rights when you enforce laws. If there is any hint that a law is violating basic human rights and you keep enforcing it, then you are no different than those who enforce laws in Iran, in North Korea or in any other country with a dictator ship. Are you familiar with the human rights we all have? Continue reading