personal rights

The Right To Revenge

All who seek to dwell within the light of Truth must embrace an intrinsic, inalienable, and reflective right to seek and claim personal vengeance. Revenge and personal vengeance must be understood as reflections of personal trauma. The desire and need for personal vengeance accurately expresses the True Reality that you are a created torture victim. Our right to vengeance is exactly that: A right. It is not an obligation that anyone can impose upon you, or that you should impose upon Yourself.
All external judgment as to the legality, morality, or righteousness of any act of personal vengeance, is invalid on its face and upon philosophical/ideological analysis. All revenge occurs as a response to traumatic injustice. No act of vengeance can ever occur in a vacuum, and no act of vengeance exists as the initiation of a cycle of injustice. It is always a response to existing injustice. As such, the only judgment that can possess any validity, would be a judgment directed at the creators and maintainers of the cycle of injustice itself, never on any individual trauma victim who seeks and claims reflective catharsis.
Revenge has nothing to do with good or bad, morality or immorality, legality or illegality. Revenge simply expresses the Truth: I have a right to harm, traumatize, victimize others, because I have been hatmed, traumatized, victimized by others.  Those who decree that everyone suffers, that suffering is a part of life, and that seeking revenge solves nothing, are wrong, and betray the most fundamental of obligations to Self and to Truth. Everyone suffers because everyone is being forced to suffer. Suffering is a part of life because humans choose to destroy themselves and all children, in response to the traumas they have been subjected to. And the only reason why revenge solves nothing, is because you humans have the audacious hypocrisy to judge and condemn other seekers of personal vengeance, even as you yourselves seek and claim the same vengeance for the same reasons, only in ways that your society and government encourages and legitimizes, and never finding the courage to consciously face up to what you are doing, and why you are doing it.
Revenge does not have to be violent, but it can be. Revenge does not have to directly harm others, but it can. Revenge cannot legitimately have any external barriers applied to it. The only valid right of society or government to judge any act of personal vengeance, would require the proactive prevention of all injustice, including the specific injustices which inspire each and every individual act of vengeance.
When you reject your own right to claim personal vengeance, or place specific limitations upon this right based upon laws, social doctrine, or perceived illusions of morality and justice, you legitimize the abuse and victimization that you have been subjected to. You are decreeing as philosophical precept that others had a right to harm you, in ways that you do not have a right to harm others. This is highly destructive to mental health, ego, and Self-love. You can choose when, where, how, and whether to seek personal vengeance, but you may not deny the validity of your entitlement to do so.
I celebrate the claiming of personal vengeance, by Myself and by others, via deed, fantasy, dream, plot, and storyline of mind. I do not pretend to be good, or better than any other living thing. I know exactly what I am, and why I am what I am.
Somebody once said, “Living well is the best revenge“. Well, the best revenge is up to each of us to uniquely determine, and the best way to do so, free of censorship of your own reflective rights, is to find the courage to dissect exactly what has been done to you, why it was done, who sponsored it, and the cumulative impact of all trauma and injustice you have been subjected to, with the understanding of how your experience of existence has been forever altered.
Here is a simple but passionate song that resonates to My personal core, as a stirring tribute to the individual right to reflect, via unconditional embrace of the right to revenge: