When Henry Thoreau wrote about civil disobedience he didn't mean destruction of other peoples property. And it was Mohandas Gandhi the great one followed him. Both men were peacemakers, not troublemakers.
Today those who hate with violence and aggression by breaking windows and other extremism must be fined heavily with their names and locations published as pariahs. They also must clean up the mess and pay for their thoughtless behavior. This does not mean peaceful protestors.
Helene, World Enlightened News W.E.N.
author of Songbird Angels For International Peace, global musicians with lyrics expressing anti-war thoughts. For more information see helenesmith1.blogspot.com and www.macdonaldsward.com This book essay was donated to the Internet and dedicated to Wounded Warriors and Veterans Against War on this date in honor of Veterans Day