The loudest person in the room? The commoners? The popular people? The underdogs? Those who finally stands up for themselves? Who?!
We like to think that everyone has a voice. So we can be heard no matter the odds. But the odds are against us if they don’t agree with what we are saying then our voice is stripped away as if it’s nothing. As if it doesn’t matter.
We think that if the government has total control then no one has a voice. However, in many Western countries, if the people do nothing then the government is slowly taking our voice. Unlike China and United States, people in China have strong beliefs of the Chinese values whether they disagree with their government. In United States, people have the option to speak up but if someone says something that do not agree with the common values then they are ridiculed or pretend they are not there.
All of us have the voice. Sometimes we don’t use it wisely. Sometimes we do. Sometimes we forget. Sometimes we don’t want to use it because we are scared of social rejection. Just sometimes.