No matter what you think or how you feel about laws, there’s usually a reason why they are there. Maybe they have outgrown their original purpose, or became cumbersome – no matter, they are still part of the social contract.

The right way to behave is to protest against laws you feel are unjust, while abiding by them all the same.

If you live in a place where laws can’t be discussed, even by those who abide by them, then you live in a tyranny. But, if you use that as an excuse to break the law, you’re in the wrong – if you care more about making your point than respecting the social contract, you’re a radical.

And a radical is just a tyrant without a crown.