The defense of absolute human rights is only an "extreme" position to those who wish to violate those human rights. Violating absolute human rights always leads to death. When you are called "an extremist", remember who is speaking.
Is your accuser dressed in black bullet-proof clothing; riding in an armored personnel carrier, carrying weapons that he would kill you for possessing?
Is the speaker sitting in an office thinking up new ways to take what belongs to you, while counting on those with the "prohibited-to-you" weapons to enforce the theft?
Is the speaker calling for you and your friends and family to be killed to make way for a new, enlightened world?
Is your accuser wanting to see a river of blood usher in his version of "justice"?
Can you tell the difference between extremism in defense of liberty and extremism in the cause of tyranny? Yeah? So can I.
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