Most people realize that there are what is known as "sins of commission". Although, it seems, few are aware of the fact that there are also "sins of omission". Which is of course NOT doing something when we witness evil being done. Granted, that sins of omission are judged less harshly than sins of commission - when those guilty of the sin of omission are unaware that they are doing wrong. But when one is aware that what is being done is wrong. And they stand by and let the evil continue on unabated--then they are just as guilty as those perpetrating the sin of commission.
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."--Edmund BurkeOur forebears used to STAND UP when our hired servants committed evil in our name. And they did so all the way up into the early 1900's. Our hired servants were AFRAID of us, as was INTENDED by the men that formed our government. Just take a look at us now . . . We have become, as Jeffrey R. Snyder put it back in 1993, "A Nation of Cowards". . . .