To put an end to the victimization of cyclists.

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victimization
vɪktɪmʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
the action of singling someone out for cruel or unjust treatment.
"we should be able to speak up without fear of victimization"

It is time to stand up. The hate against cyclists contravenes basic human rights. Our law-makers fail us while an anti-cycling campaign rages un-monitored across all forms of media. Cyclists, on the whole, are subjected to bullying, insult and marginalization. We feel that our lives are at risk when when we ride and we deserve better. The law is clear, as are our rights and freedoms and in this we have every right to be on the road. Why must we endure hatred, threats and bigotry pursuing a healthy lifestyle choice? We note we are not perfect, but nor is the motorist, politician or police officer. We are all human and should feel that we have the same respect and consideration, free from insidious bullying and vilification that is based on false or unfounded pretenses. We deserve to be treated with respect and dignity across all levels of society and deserve our basic human rights to be granted, upheld and defended by our community leaders. Narrow minded, thoughtless journalism only inflames a debate that should not even exist. We should not need to defend our rights, nor explain, the law grants us this already. Our leaders need to act, as we deserve so much better and it time to unite and fight this incursion on what is a basic right.



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